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RG HIGHLIGHTS
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Rafael Nadal -the King of kings
Rafael Nadal -the King of kings
The ultimate clay player and consummate Roland-Garros champion, with 9 titles between 2005 and 2014. "Vamos Rafa!"
Chris Evert - the American fiancée of Roland-Garros
Chris Evert - the American fiancée of Roland-Garros
To women's tennis what Borg was to men's. What's more, her record of seven titles at Roland-Garros has stood the test of time.
Steffi Graf
Steffi Graf
Records for most matches played and won, with six titles to boot. The German was at home in Paris between 1987 and 1999.
Bjorn Borg
Bjorn Borg
Records plus a dash of panache. Björn Borg revolutionised tennis in the 1970s, with six Paris titles between 1974 and 1981.
Margaret Smith Court
Margaret Smith Court
Singles (5), doubles (4), mixed (4) – all in all, no-one won as many titles in Paris as Margaret Court.
Justine Henin
Justine Henin
Four titles with insolent ease. Who knows just how much Justine Henin could have achieved had she not hung her racquet up at 25?
"Guga" king of hearts at the French
"Guga" king of hearts at the French
Three-time Roland-Garros winner Gustavo Kuerten was *the* emblematic champion at the turn of the millennium.
Henri Cochet
Henri Cochet
One of the Musketeers for whom Roland-Garros stadium was built. Four titles at the French Internationals.
Helen Wills
Helen Wills
Four titles, zero defeats, zero sets lost. An immaculate record at Roland-Garros for one of the first stars in the history of tennis.
Ivan Lendl
Ivan Lendl
Three Paris titles and two unforgettable matches – the 1984 final against McEnroe and Chang’s under-arm service in 1989.
Mats Wilander
Mats Wilander
Co-owner of the Coupe des Mousquetaires in the 80s with Lendl. 3 titles for the man who was more than just a "mini-Borg".
Suzanne-Lenglen
Suzanne-Lenglen
The figurehead of French tennis, winner of the first two French Internationals, finishing with seven Paris titles in total.
René Lacoste
René Lacoste
Successful career, scientific curiosity for tennis, name that has become a brand. René Lacoste, a man and his passions in perfect harmony.
Roger Federer - Roland-Garros 2009, the most precious jewel
Roger Federer - Roland-Garros 2009, the most precious jewel
Roland-Garros'09 takes pride of place in Roger Federer's extensive honours list: the most nail-bitting tournament that he had ever experienced.
Ken Rosewall, precocity and longevity
Ken Rosewall, precocity and longevity
At one point, he was both the youngest and the oldest Roland-Garros winner - no better way of encapsulating his longevity!
Andre Agassi – the phoenix from the ashes
Andre Agassi – the phoenix from the ashes
Rare are the victories as emotional and universally lauded as Andre Agassi’s at Roland-Garros in 1999.
Françoise Dürr: "I didn’t win a lot of prize money, but I’m rich in terms of experiences"
Françoise Dürr: "I didn’t win a lot of prize money, but I’m rich in terms of experiences"
Françoise Dürr won Roland-Garros in 1967, just before being involved in the fight for parity between men’s and women’s tennis.
Juan Carlos Ferrero, the little prince
Juan Carlos Ferrero, the little prince
One of the 4 players to have reached at least the semis in his first 4 attempts, he burst on to the scene but saw his star burn out equally swiftly.
Ana Ivanovic - the star of Belgrade
Ana Ivanovic - the star of Belgrade
Ana Ivanovic put her stamp on the tournament in the noughties, culminating with her triumph in 2008.
Mervyn Rose and Australia’s golden age
Mervyn Rose and Australia’s golden age
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.