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Roland Garros

Roland Garros or the French Open is a tennis tournament held in the capital of France, Paris. It is the second Grand Slam tournament in the tennis calendar year and takes place in the last week of May and the first week of June. Before it is the Australian Open, which lasts two weeks in January. After Roland Garros comes Wimbledon, held every June or July, and the US Open, the last Grand Slam tournament, played at the end of August and beginning of September.

Roland Garros is the only Grand Slam in the world played on clay. Given that it is played on a unique surface that involves a slower pace, higher bounce, etc., it is considered the most physically demanding tournament in the world. In the men's competition, matches are best of five sets, while in the women's competition, victories are decided in best of three sets.

In 1968, the French Open became the first "open" tournament where amateurs and professionals could compete equally.

MeridianBet sportsbook offers you the chance to bet on all the Roland Garros tennis matches in the upcoming season. Currently, only betting on the tournament winner with the highest offered odds is available, but before the start of this magnificent tennis tournament, MeridianBet will have all the most popular games for Roland Garros in its offer. You can bet on the match winner or the match winner with a handicap, which contestant wins a particular set, how many games will be within a set, and how many sets will be in the match. If you want to bet on who will be in the Roland Garros final that's also possible with us, as we have all the most popular tennis games on offer.

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In addition, if you're watching a particular match and can predict who will win the match or at the end of a certain set, MeridianBet invites you to bet live on all matches, and the odds for Roland Garros will be the highest in the entire territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Roland Garros 2024

Roland Garros 2024 promises to be one of the most exciting tournaments of the season, bringing tennis action at the highest level. As one of the four Grand Slam tournaments, Roland Garros is known for its challenging clay courts that test the endurance and technique of the world's best tennis players. In 2024, all spectators will be required to show their tickets via the Roland-Garros mobile app, marking a complete transition to mobile ticketing. This will bring many advantages in usage, including increased security and ease of access. With qualifications starting from Monday, May 20th, to Friday, May 24th, the opening week of Roland-Garros brings more than just qualifications. It's an opportunity to experience top-tier tennis and become part of the unique atmosphere that accompanies this prestigious event. For tennis enthusiasts and those who love to bet on sporting events, Roland Garros 2024 provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy top matches and potentially profitable bets. Be ready for action and don't miss the chance to be part of tennis history at Roland Garros 2024!

Roland-Garros 2022 Final

The Roland Garros 2022 final represents the last match played in all tennis categories organized for this tournament. Below, find out the winners of the most-watched categories of the French Open.

Roland Garros 2022 Winner

See the winners in the most-watched tennis categories at Roland Garros. Anticipate whether they could defend their titles in 2023 and gradually prepare for betting on your favorite tennis players.

  • Men's Singles - Rafael Nadal
  • Women's Singles - Iga Świątek
  • Men's Doubles - Marcelo Arévalo González and Jean-Julien Rojer
  • Women's Doubles - Caroline Garcia and Kristina Mladenovic
  • Mixed Doubles - Ena Shibahara and Wesley Koolhof

These are the most popular categories of the Roland Garros tennis tournament, but there are many more categories and winners within this prestigious Grand Slam tournament.

Brief History of the Roland Garros Tournament

The Roland Garros tournament was first played in 1891, and a new stadium was opened in 1928. That stadium, along with the entire tournament, is named after Roland Garros, a French World War I hero.

The early days of this prestigious tennis tournament involved only tennis players who were members of French clubs. The first winner of the tournament was H. Briggs, a Briton who was a member of a French club. The first women's tournament was played in 1897, mixed doubles were added in 1902, and women's doubles in 1907. The tournament was not held from 1915 to 1919 due to World War I. Until 1924, it was held at four locations.

In 1925, the tournament was declared a major championship and opened to international participants. From then on, it began to be organized on clay courts until the Roland Garros stadium was finally opened, and all events were moved to this venue. Tennis authorities were offered 3 hectares of land for the construction of the stadium, with the condition that the stadium bears the name of a World War I aviator, thus the agreement was made.

In 1946 and 1947, the French Championships were held after Wimbledon, and in 1968, it became the first Grand Slam tournament where amateurs and professionals could compete.

Since 2006, the tournament starts on Sunday, and since 2007, equal prize money is awarded to both male and female participants.

Popularity of Roland Garros in the 21st Century

The popularity of tennis and the Roland Garros tournament, even in our region, is evident from the number of television broadcasts, and the number of visitors to all four Grand Slam tournaments. All sports enthusiasts love to watch at least some tennis matches and always have their favorite player. People often identify with players, rejoice in their successes, and get frustrated over easily gifted points.

Roland Garros and its competitions, available to viewers worldwide, have allowed the expansion of interest in tennis in the 21st century. More and more young children want to train in tennis, follow tennis matches, the ATP list of tennis players, get informed about players' forms, making this sport ranked among the most popular sports in the world.

The initiative to cover the Roland Garros stadium started back in 2004, but the covering and addition of more seats for the audience was constantly postponed. The renovation of the Roland Garros tennis courts began in 2018, as the popularity of this tennis tournament increased the need to provide maximum enjoyment to the spectators.

The first tournament after the renovation was played at the end of September and the beginning of October 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. In 2021, the tournament was played in its usual period, at the end of May and beginning of June.

Roland Garros Prize Money

The prize fund for the Roland Garros competition changes every year. For 2021, the monetary prize was reduced compared to previous years, likely due to the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

According to 2021 data, the winner in the men's category wins €1,400,000, the same for women, while the monetary prize for winning mixed doubles is €244,294, not to mention the inevitable prestige that encompasses ATP Roland Garros.

Second-place finishers in the tournament, according to the order mentioned, win €750,000, €144,074, and €61,000 respectively. Semi-finalists receive €375,000, €84,749, and €31,000, while quarter-finalists get €255,000, €49,853, and €17,500, along with a better position in the ATP Roland Garros rankings.

It's evident that all the prizes are highly attractive, so it's no wonder that competing in Roland Garros is the dream of every professional tennis player. Besides the large monetary reward, every tennis player would love to lift the trophy and carry the title of winner of this magnificent tournament, as well as fight for a better ranking on the ATP Roland Garros list.

Tennis Finals at Roland Garros

The tennis final at Roland Garros represents a match in which the two best tennis players, who have fought through the competition with their victories and secured their place in the final, compete. Out of 128 competitors who start in the main draw, the two best reach the final in the only Grand Slam tournament on clay. The tennis final at Roland Garros is the ultimate meeting of the best tennis players, and victory is achieved in best of five sets.

Starting from the 2022 season, if the fifth set reaches a tie at 6-6 games, the thirteenth game is played to 10 points, with a margin of two points in favor of one of the players. This is a new rule that will apply to all Grand Slam tournaments.

Greatest Tennis Players of the Tournament All Time

Since the tournament was opened to international players in 1925, the top 10 greatest tennis players of all time include the following names, along with the number of titles won.

  1. Rafael Nadal (14)
  2. Max Decugis (8)
  3. Bjorn Borg (6)
  4. Henri Cochet (5)
  5. Andre Vacherot (4)
  6. Paul Aymé (4)
  7. Maurice Germot (3)
  8. René Lacoste (3)
  9. Mats Wilander (3)
  10. Ivan Lendl (3)

Among these distinguished tennis players, Rafael Nadal, a professional tennis player from Spain, is probably the most familiar to us. He has won 22 Grand Slam titles, with 14 titles at Roland Garros, rightfully earning the nickname "King of Clay."

Tournament Winners in the Last 10 Seasons (Men)

In the last 10 seasons, Rafael Nadal is considered the absolute champion of Roland Garros, with two more tennis players present on the list of French Open winners. Below are the names of the competition winners and the seasons (from 2013 to 2022) in which these achievements were made.

  • Rafael Nadal (2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022)
  • Novak Djokovic (2016, 2021)
  • Stan Wawrinka (2015)

Tournament Winners in the Last 10 Seasons (Women)

In the last 10 years of competition, only Serena Williams and Iga Świątek have won two Roland Garros titles each, so in women's competition, regarding the last ten seasons, we cannot single out any tennis player who has repeated success at this tournament more than twice. Below are the names of all the title winners from 2013 to 2022.

  • Maria Sharapova (2014)
  • Serena Williams (2013, 2015)
  • Garbiñe Muguruza (2016)
  • Jelena Ostapenko (2017)
  • Simona Halep (2018)
  • Ashleigh Barty (2019)
  • Iga Świątek (2020, 2022)
  • Barbora Krejčíková (2021)

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