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2 Jun 2019
Nadal and Djokovic easily advance in the French Open while Serena Williams had to roar to find her muster.
11 Jun 2018
Rafael Nadal is champion once again. The Spaniard won the French Open on Sunday, matching a record of 11 titles at a single major.
27 May 2018
On the first day of Roland Garros, French Open tournament director Guy Forget talked to FRANCE 24 about coming changes to the tournament and the next generation of tennis stars.
10 Jun 2017
Rafael Nadal sets his sights on a tenth French Open title after cruising through his semi-final with a straight set victory over Dominic Thiem.

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