The Roland-Garros tournament, also known as the French Internationals, is one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments. It has taken place every year since 1925 at Roland-Garros stadium in Paris. The tournament takes place on twenty clay courts, the main one being the Philippe-Chatrier court. Matches are played in five sets, with no deciding game in the last set. Qualifiers take place over four days, and then the fortnight-long competition starts. The Musketeers’ Cup is awarded to the winner of the men’s singles, and the Suzanne Lenglen cup to the winner of the ladies’ singles. There are also trophies for the winners of the men’s doubles, ladies’ doubles and mixed doubles.
Rafael Nadal – The King of Kings: The ultimate clay players and consummate Roland-Garros champion, with 9 titles between 2005 and 2014.
Noval Djokovic – captured his seventh Wimbledon title after a masterclass performance, coming back from a set down to beat Nick Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 in Sunday’s championship match at the grass-court major.
Thomas John – high ATP singles ranking of world No. 33 achieved on 11 April 2022 and doubles ranking of No. 139 achieved on 9 May 2022. He won his maiden ATP title at the 2021 Stockholm Open.
Alex Molčan – high ATP singles ranking of World No. 38 achieved on 23 May 2022. He is currently the No. 1 Slovak tennis player in singles. He has reached five career doubles ITF finals, with a record of 2 wins and 3 losses, including a 1–3 result in ATP Challenger finals.