Five of the Best Moments in French Open History
Over the years, there are certainly plenty of amazing moments during the French Open. Some of the best tennis players in the world are preparing to step on the famous red clay of Roland Garros this year. Now, we will now take a look back at some of our favourite moments.
The amazing win of Yannick Noah in 1983 against Mats Wilander that caused Wilander to say of Noah “He is an artist of life”. See the video to relive his winning moment.
The very first of many wins by Rafael Nadal on his 19th birthday.
The oh so classic match between Agassi and Chang. It’s very rare to find footage of this great memorable match. Enjoy the highlight video here.
Gustavo Kuerten drawing a heart in the red clay after defeating Àlex Corretja and receiving a loud ovation as he lay in the centre of it in 2001.
The time Monica Seles outlasted Steffi Graf in an epic match lasting two hours and 43 minutes back in 1992.
Starting Tuesday, 19 May and going until Sunday, 7 June you can expect to catch some awesome tennis matches at the French Open. Founded all the way back in 1891, the French Open has been providing us with memorable moments now for well over a century.