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The French Open, which is officially called “Roland Garros”, is one of the four major tournaments in the Tennis Grand Slam. Played in Paris, France, the Roland Garros is a two-week tennis tournament that begins in late May. Book your Roland Garros 2020 Tickets online and don’t miss out on the upcoming games!
About Roland Garros
The Roland Garros is the official tennis tournament and one of four competitions in the Tennis Grand Slam. Also known as the French Open, the Roland Garros is held for around two weeks at the Stade Roland-Garros in Paris, France.
Roland Garros History
In 1891, the first French Open was founded. Its official name was the Championnats Internationaux de France de Tennis (“French International Championships of Tennis”) and Tournoi de Roland-Garros (“Roland Garros Tournament”) in French.
In the beginning, only tennis players who were members of a French club could enter the tournament. This “French club members only” continued until 1924 and used 4 different venues:
Île de Puteaux, in Puteaux, Paris (played on sand laid out on a bed of rubble)
The Racing Club de France
In 1909 only, the Société Athlétique de la Villa Primrose in Bordeaux
Tennis Club de Paris at Auteuil, Paris
Since 1925, the French Open has been a playing field for all international amateur tennis players and considered a place where tennis champions were born.
Throughout WWII, the French Open was held at the Stade Roland Garros. These events weren’t recognized by the French governing body, the Fédération Française de Tennis.
It wasn’t until 1968 before the French Championships became open and allowed both amateurs and professionals to compete. This was the first of the four Grand Slam tournaments to go open.
Today, Roland Garros is considered to be one of the toughest and most physically demanding tennis tournaments in the world. Competitors must play seven rounds on a slow-paced, clay surface. The best-of-five sets used in men’s singles without a tiebreak in the final set is needed to win the title.
Grand Slam Tournaments
The Grand Slam Tournaments, also called the majors, are the four most prominent tennis events of the year. In chronological order, they include the Australian Open, the French Open (Roland Garros), Wimbledon, and the US Open.
These events are considered the best of the best in the world of tennis. They offer top ranking points, substantial prize money, and extensive public and media attention for the title winners. Each tournament is played over a two-week period.
The phrase “Grand Slam” originally refers to the achievement of winning all four titles within a single calendar year within one of its events: men’s and women’s singles; men’s and women’s doubles; and mixed doubles.
Winning all four titles, but not in the same year, is known as a Non-Calendar Year Gand Slam. Tennis athletes who win the Grand Slam and a gold medal in the Summer Olympic Games archives the honorary title of “Golden Slam.” In addition, winning the ATP World Tour Finals and a Grand Slam is known as a “Super Slam.”