The shot is launched, the famous Roland Garros tournament began and ended on June 10. This fortnight of the yellow ball is eagerly awaited, especially because the biggest names in tennis take part. Roland Garros is in fact part of the Grand Chelem. A fabulous show in perspective, especially in the three main courts Suzanne Lenglen, 1 and Philippe Chatrier.
Nadal, Federer, other top seeds will evolve on the main courts, but the outside courts also host a number of smaller games. The training and junior matches are held here and it is also possible to attend for free. Children’s Day at Roland Garros will be held Saturday, May 26 This tradition dates back to 1977, and was originally named Benny Berthet. The champions of the tournament involved playing a meeting in a single round, to the delight of lovers of the sport. Funds raised during this opportunity will be for a good cause.
This year, the tournament hosts some French player. The first player Gael Monfils forfeited and gave up after a knee injury. The second French at this tournament, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga said: “There is no chance that a French win Roland Garros. There is no inevitability in my comments. It’s just an observation. It is already not able to earn a Masters in 1000, then a Grand Slam …”. The third French, Arnaud Clement, who is a gay icon too, made his last tournament.