When is the French Open?

Answer The French Open is a tennis tournament that is held annually in Paris, France. The tournament takes place over a span of two weeks each year, from late May to early June. In 2010 the French Open wi... Read More »

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Where is the French Open played?

The French Open tennis tournament is played on red clay at Stade Roland Garros in southwest Paris. It is one of the four major tennis tournaments in the world, in addition to the Australian Open, W... Read More »

Who won the French Open in 2000?

Gustavo Kuerten won the men's singles title in the 2000 French Open, defeating Magnus Norman in five sets. Mary Pierce beat Conchita Martinez in two sets to capture the women's singles title.Sourc... Read More »

Who won the most French Open titles?

The French Open takes place in Paris at Stade Roland Garros over a two-week span in late May and early June. As of 2010, Henri Cochet has earned nine overall titles (four singles, three doubles, tw... Read More »

Who won the French Open in 2003?

The men's and women's singles champions at the 2003 French Open were Juan Carlos Ferrero of Spain and Justine Henin of Belgium. The event takes place annually at the Roland Garros tennis complex ou... Read More »