This tennis season's major tournament, the French Open, once again has Paris buzzing with excitement at the sound of the little yellow ball. From 22 May to 11 June 2017, title holders Novak Djokovic and Garbiñe Muguruza put their trophies at stake on the legendary clay court of the Roland-Garros Stadium.
Who will win this year? Rafael Nadal, ever as hungry on clay? Rodger Federer, driven by a desire to write history? Djokovic for a second consecutive title? Andy Murray or Stan Wawrinka in search of glory? The floodgates have opened and many a tennis player will be looking to assert himself as part of the new order.
On the women's side, Serena Williams whose rankings rival Federer's, could soon bow out of the circuit, and why not on a win at the French Open? But perhaps the ambitious Angelique Kerber, winner of the US Open and the Australian Open 2016, or the young Simona Halep and Karolina Pliskova, or title holder Garbiñe Muguruza could challenge her supremacy.
This year once again, whether on the Philippe Chatrier or Suzanne Lenglen court, a new chapter in the history of tennis will be written during the International French Open.
Visitors can organize their day as they wish: see star players compete on the two main courts, get closer to the players at the various surrounding courts, or simply stroll around the stadium complex and make the most of the numerous stands and activities.
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