The French Open is always held two weeks between mid May and early June in Paris, France, and is the second of the Grand Slam tournaments on the annual tennis calendar. It is the premier clay court tennis tournament in the world. We're sure that tons of fans are looking forward to French Open 2013 betting. For more information on the tournament and to relive past Opens, check out our web guide below.
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Relive Past French Opens
King of Clay: Nadal denies Federer again
For the second time in two years, Rafael Nadal defeats top-ranked Roger Federer on the clay surface of the French Open. The victory marked Nadal's third-straight Open title.
Nadal faces down Federer to defend crown
One is nice, two is better in the case of Rafael Nadal as the Spaniard defeats Roger Federer to win back-to-back French Open titles.
Magnificent Henin-Hardenne wins third title
Belgium’s Justine Henin-Hardenne wins back-to-back French Open titles and her third in four years.
Teen Nadal gives Spain reign over French Open
Two days after celebrating his 19th birthday, Rafael Nadal defeats Roger Federer to win his first-ever French Open championship.
Henin wraps up French Open title
Justine Henin-Hardenne wins her second French Open title in just three years in ‘05.
Gaudio shocked at triumph
From unseeded participant to champion, Gaston Gaudio from Argentina wins the ’04 French Open.
Myskina takes French title
Anastasia Muskina crushes fellow compatriot Elena Dementieva in ’04 to become the first Russian woman to win a Grand Slam title.
King of Clay
One year after losing to Albert Costa in the finals, Juan Carlos Ferrero of Spain wins the ’03 French Open for his first victory in a Grand Slam final.
Henin-Hardenne clobbers Clijsters for French title
Justine Henin-Hardenne wins her first French title in ’03 with a crushing defeat over Kim Clijsters.
Costa dominates Ferrero early
In the biggest victory of his career, Albert Costa defeats Juan Carlos Ferrero in the ’02 French Open.
Serena finally won when it counted
Serena Williams beats a familiar foe in the ’02 French Open.
Gustavo Kuerten wins his second-straight French Open title and his third overall with in ’01.
American Jennifer Capriati defeats Kim Clijsters of Belgium in ’01 for her first French Open title.
Kuerten upsets Norman in men’s final
Gustavo Kuerten notches his second French Open title in ’00, defeating Mangus Norman in an upset.
Pierce tops Martinez in straight sets
Mary Pierce becomes the first Frenchwoman since Francoise Durr in 1967 to win the French Open at Roland Garros.
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