The tennis season's major tournament, the French Open, will once again have Paris buzzing with excitement. From 21 May to 10 June 2018, last year's winners Novak Djokovic and Garbiñe Muguruza will defend their titles on the legendary clay courts of Roland-Garros Stadium.
Who will be this year's champions? In the men's ranks, Rafael Nadal, at home and fiercely-competitive on clay? Djokovic for a second consecutive title? Andy Murray or Stan Wawrinka in search of glory? There are numerous contenders for the coveted title.
And in the women's ranks, Serena Williams, who might soon bow out of the circuit, could be a favourite to take the French Open title. However, the ambitious Angelique Kerber, winner of the US Open and the Australian Open 2016, or the young Simona Halep and Karolina Pliskova, plus of course the title holder Garbiñe Muguruza could all challenge her supremacy.
This year once again, whether it be on the Philippe Chatrier or the Suzanne Lenglen court, a new chapter in tennis history will be written at the French Open
Visitors can plan their day as they wish: see star players compete on the two main courts, get closer to the players at the various surround courts, or simply stroll around the stadium complex and make the most of the numerous stands and attractions.
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