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Legends

Mervyn Rose and Australia’s golden age
Legends
Mervyn Rose and Australia’s golden age
26.07.2017
Making a notable contribution to an era of Australian dominance of the global tennis scene, Mervyn Rose won two Grand Slams, including the 1958 French Championships.
Guillermo Vilas - "I was tormented by the idea that it was all a dream"
Legends
Guillermo Vilas - "I was tormented by the idea that it was all a dream"
24.07.2017
A sensitive soul despite his regular steamrollering of his opponents, the 49-time clay-court titlist opened up to us about his Roland-Garros triumph and his career in general in this forthright interview.
Top 10 saved matchpoints by future Roland-Garros champs
Legends
Top 10 saved matchpoints by future Roland-Garros champs
08.12.2016
No fewer than ten times in Roland-Garros history, players have saved a matchpoint at some point in the tournament and then gone on to lift the famous trophy, changing their careers and lives in the process.
Filip Dewulf: "Roland-Garros 1997 was where I made a name for myself"
Legends
Filip Dewulf: "Roland-Garros 1997 was where I made a name for myself"
21.05.2017
He is the only man to have won eight matches in one Roland-Garros. From the "qualies" to the semi-finals: 20 years ago, Filip Dewulf earned his place in the legend of the French Open. Interview.
Anastasia Myskina: "Roland-Garros 2004, the happiest moment of my career"
Legends
Anastasia Myskina: "Roland-Garros 2004, the happiest moment of my career"
11.11.2016
Roland-Garros 2004 champion relives her fabulous fortnight, including a matchpoint saved against Kuznetsova and a raucous celebration on the Champs-Elysées with Dementieva.
The liberation of Roland-Garros
Legends
The liberation of Roland-Garros
27.05.2016
In 1946, Roland-Garros became a beacon for the restoration of 'la vie Parisienne' after the Second World War, a special moment for players and fans alike.
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News

Wimbledon 2017 - Federer rewrites the rules
Matches
Wimbledon 2017 - Federer rewrites the rules
17.07.2017
A 19th Grand Slam title, an 8th Wimbledon title and the world No.1 slot within touching distance, all at the age of 36: we look back on a stunning comeback that came after an injury that had the tennis world fearing the worst.
Wimbledon 2017 – Number eight tastes great for fantastic Federer
Matches
Wimbledon 2017 – Number eight tastes great for fantastic Federer
16.07.2017
Roger Federer became the first-ever eight-time Wimbledon singles champion by breezing past Marin Cilic 6-3 6-1 6-4 in Sunday's final. He didn't drop a set along the way to taking his tally of Grand Slam titles to 19.
Wimbledon 2017 - Muguruza reaches the age of maturity
Matches
Wimbledon 2017 - Muguruza reaches the age of maturity
18.07.2017
At the age of 23, Garbiñe Muguruza won her second Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, after Roland-Garros in 2016. Having gained in experience after her first major, she now seems ready to live up to expectations and establish herself as the No.1 on the women’s circuit.
Wimbledon 2017 - Muguruza crowned the new queen of grass
Matches
Wimbledon 2017 - Muguruza crowned the new queen of grass
15.07.2017
A French Open winner last year, Garbiñe Muguruza won her second Grand Slam title at Wimbledon on Saturday, beating Venus Williams 7-5 6-0 in an hour and 17 minutes.
Wimbledon 2017 - Muguruza toughs it out
Matches
Wimbledon 2017 - Muguruza toughs it out
10.07.2017
"I finally managed to replicate what I’ve been doing in training and I get the feeling that I’m playing better with every round."
Wimbledon 2017 - Konta halts Halep and hands Pliskova WTA throne
Matches
Wimbledon 2017 - Konta halts Halep and hands Pliskova WTA throne
12.07.2017
Johanna Konta battled past Simona Halep in a gripping quarter-final clash, in the process thwarting the Romanian’s bid to become the new world No.1. Karolina Pliskova will instead move to the top of the rankings.
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Roland-Garros 2017

International Philippe-Chatrier Cup launched
International Philippe-Chatrier Cup launched
05.06.2017
The French Tennis Federation has launched the International Philippe-Chatrier Cup, a €1 million prize aimed at supporting national tennis federations efforts to develop junior players.
Ivanovic honoured for her part in Roland-Garros history
Legends
Ivanovic honoured for her part in Roland-Garros history
08.06.2017
Ana Ivanovic, the 2007 finalist and 2008 French Open champion, was honoured in a ceremony on Philippe-Chatrier Court.
Stars shine a spotlight on the Roland-Garros trophies
The Spirit
Stars shine a spotlight on the Roland-Garros trophies
09.06.2017
Prior to the women’s and men’s French Open finals on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 June, the Coupe Suzanne-Lenglen and Coupe des Mousquetaires, transported in travel cases designed by Louis Vuitton Malletier, will be presented at two special ceremonies
Space, time and history: decoding the Chatrier effect
Matches
Space, time and history: decoding the Chatrier effect
30.05.2017
Even among the Grand Slam centre stages, Court Philippe-Chatrier has no equal.
The Rendez-vous à Roland-Garros is "magical"
Infos
The Rendez-vous à Roland-Garros is "magical"
31.05.2017
Japan's Anri Nagata and India's Abhimanyu Vannemreddy prevailed in the finals of the 'Rendez-vous à Roland-Garros in partnership with Longines' programme and won wildcards for the main draws of the junior tournaments.
Pawelski: Longines Future Tennis Aces champion
Pawelski: Longines Future Tennis Aces champion
04.06.2017
Polish player Martyn Pawelski defeated Chak Lam Coleman Wong of Hong Kong to win the 2017 edition of the Longines Future Tennis Aces in Paris.