After an action-packed day that included final matches in women's singles, men's doubles and juniors, we take a close look at some of the numbers that defined Day 14 at Roland-Garros.
Stat attack: Day 14 by numbers
Check out the standout statistics from a thrilling Saturday at Roland-Garros.
Sixth seeds Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut are the first all-French pair in the Open Era to capture the Roland-Garros men's doubles title twice, following a dramatic comeback from the brink against unseeded Kazakhstani pair Alexander Bublik and Andrey Golubev.
A first-time Grand Slam women's champion has been crowned in each of the last six editions at Roland-Garros.
Luca Van Assche is the 14th French boys’ singles champion at Roland-Garros and the first since Geoffrey Blancaneaux in 2016.
Barbora Krejcikova will rise to No.15 in the world singles rankings, thanks to her Roland-Garros triumph. She was ranked outside the top 100 when she came to Paris for the tournament eight months ago.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova will return to the top 20 when the new rankings are released on Monday, rising to from 32 to 19 in the world following her runner-up finish in Paris.
With the singles trophy already secured and the doubles final ahead of her on Sunday, Krejcikova has a chance to become the first woman in 21 years to sweep both singles and doubles titles at Roland-Garros. The last woman to achieve that feat was home favourite Mary Pierce in 2000.
Krejcikova hit 34 winners against 31 unforced errors during her three-set win over Pavlyuchenkova in the final.
Krejcikova is the first Czech woman to win the Roland-Garros singles crown since Hana Mandlikova took the title 40 years ago, in 1981.
Linda Noskova is the first Czech player to claim the girls' singles title at Roland-Garros since Hana Mandlikova 43 years ago, in 1978