French Open Winners List – Male / Female Singles Champions

French Open winners list with year, country, names of men's / women's single champions of lawn tennis, check Roland Garros male & female winning players since start of tournament

French Open Winners List

French Open winners list (both male & female) with year, champion name, country, check men’s and women’s single champions of this lawn tennis tournament. The French Open, also known as Roland Garros, is one of the four major tennis tournaments in the world, collectively known as the Grand Slam tournaments. It is held annually in Paris, France, over a two-week period in late May and early June.

The French Open is played on clay courts, which is the unique surface feature of this tournament. Clay courts are slower and provide a higher bounce compared to grass or hard courts, making it a challenge for players to adapt their playing style. The tournament is known for its red clay surface and its distinct atmosphere.

Also check: US Open Winners List (All Time)

French Open Winners List (Men’s Singles)

In men’s category, French Championships were held from 1891 to 1967 and from 1968, the name of French Championships was changed to French Open. All the male winners of Roland Garros who are men’s single champions since 1891 in lawn tennis are given here.

Year Champion Country
1891 H. Briggs BRI
1892 Jean Schopfer FRA
1893 Laurent Riboulet FRA
1894 André Vacherot FRA
1895 André Vacherot FRA
1896 André Vacherot FRA
1897 Paul Aymé FRA
1898 Paul Aymé FRA
1899 Paul Aymé FRA
1900 Paul Aymé FRA
1901 André Vacherot FRA
1902 Marcel Vacherot FRA
1903 Max Decugis FRA
1904 Max Decugis FRA
1905 Maurice Germot FRA
1906 Maurice Germot FRA
1907 Max Decugis FRA
1908 Max Decugis FRA
1909 Max Decugis FRA
1910 Maurice Germot FRA
1911 André Gobert FRA
1912 Max Decugis FRA
1913 Max Decugis FRA
1914 Max Decugis FRA
1915 World War 1 No Competition
1916 World War 1 No Competition
1917 World War 1 No Competition
1918 World War 1 No Competition
1919 World War 1 No Competition
1920 André Gobert FRA
1921 Jean Samazeuilh FRA
1922 Henri Cochet FRA
1923 François Blanchy FRA
1924 Jean Borotra FRA
1925 René Lacoste FRA
1926 Henri Cochet FRA
1927 René Lacoste FRA
1928 Henri Cochet FRA
1929 René Lacoste FRA
1930 Henri Cochet FRA
1931 Jean Borotra FRA
1932 Henri Cochet FRA
1933 Jack Crawford AUS
1934 Gottfried von Cramm GER
1935 Fred Perry GBR
1936 Gottfried von Cramm GER
1937 Henner Henkel GER
1938 Donald Budge USA
1939 Donald McNeill USA
1940 World War 2 No Competition
1941 Bernard Destremau FRA
1942 Bernard Destremau FRA
1943 Yvon Petra FRA
1944 Yvon Petra FRA
1945 Yvon Petra FRA
1946 Marcel Bernard FRA
1947 József Asbóth HUN
1948 Frank Parker USA
1949 Frank Parker USA
1950 Budge Patty USA
1951 Jaroslav Drobný EGY
1952 Jaroslav Drobný EGY
1953 Ken Rosewall AUS
1954 Tony Trabert USA
1955 Tony Trabert USA
1956 Lew Hoad AUS
1957 Sven Davidson SWE
1958 Mervyn Rose AUS
1959 Nicola Pietrangeli ITA
1960 Nicola Pietrangeli ITA
1961 Manuel Santana ESP
1962 Rod Laver AUS
1963 Roy Emerson AUS
1964 Manuel Santana ESP
1965 Fred Stolle AUS
1966 Tony Roche AUS
1967 Roy Emerson AUS
1968 Ken Rosewall AUS
1969 Rod Laver AUS
1970 Jan Kodeš TCH
1971 Jan Kodeš TCH
1972 Andrés Gimeno ESP
1973 Ilie Năstase ROU
1974 Björn Borg SWE
1975 Björn Borg SWE
1976 Adriano Panatta ITA
1977 Guillermo Vilas ARG
1978 Björn Borg SWE
1979 Björn Borg SWE
1980 Björn Borg SWE
1981 Björn Borg SWE
1982 Mats Wilander SWE
1983 Yannick Noah FRA
1984 Ivan Lendl TCH
1985 Mats Wilander SWE
1986 Ivan Lendl TCH
1987 Ivan Lendl TCH
1988 Mats Wilander SWE
1989 Michael Chang USA
1990 Andrés Gómez ECU
1991 Jim Courier USA
1992 Jim Courier USA
1993 Sergi Bruguera ESP
1994 Sergi Bruguera ESP
1995 Thomas Muster AUT
1996 Yevgeny Kafelnikov RUS
1997 Gustavo Kuerten BRA
1998 Carlos Moyá ESP
1999 Andre Agassi USA
2000 Gustavo Kuerten BRA
2001 Gustavo Kuerten BRA
2002 Albert Costa ESP
2003 Juan Carlos Ferrero ESP
2004 Gastón Gaudio ARG
2005 Rafael Nadal ESP
2006 Rafael Nadal ESP
2007 Rafael Nadal ESP
2008 Rafael Nadal ESP
2009 Roger Federer SUI
2010 Rafael Nadal ESP
2011 Rafael Nadal ESP
2012 Rafael Nadal ESP
2013 Rafael Nadal ESP
2014 Rafael Nadal ESP
2015 Stan Wawrinka SUI
2016 Novak Djokovic SRB
2017 Rafael Nadal ESP
2018 Rafael Nadal ESP
2019 Rafael Nadal ESP
2020 Rafael Nadal ESP
2021 Novak Djokovic SRB
2022 Rafael Nadal ESP
2023 Novak Djokovic SRB

French Open Winners List (Women’s Singles)

In women’s category, French Championships were held from 1897 to 1967. From 1968, the name of French Championships was changed to French Open. All the female winners of French Open who are women’s single champions since 1897 are given here.

Year French Open Country
1897 Adine Masson FRA
1898 Adine Masson FRA
1899 Adine Masson FRA
1900 Yvonne Prévost FRA
1901 Suzanne Girod FRA
1902 Adine Masson FRA
1903 Adine Masson FRA
1904 Kate Gillou FRA
1905 Kate Gillou FRA
1906 Kate Gillou-Fenwick FRA
1907 Comtesse de Kermel FRA
1908 Kate Gillou-Fenwick FRA
1909 Jeanne Matthey FRA
1910 Jeanne Matthey FRA
1911 Jeanne Matthey FRA
1912 Jeanne Matthey FRA
1913 Marguerite Broquedis FRA
1914 Marguerite Broquedis FRA
1915 World War 1 No Competition
1916 World War 1 No Competition
1917 World War 1 No Competition
1918 World War 1 No Competition
1919 World War 1 No Competition
1920 Suzanne Lenglen FRA
1921 Suzanne Lenglen FRA
1922 Suzanne Lenglen FRA
1923 Suzanne Lenglen FRA
1924 Julie Vlasto FRA
1925 Suzanne Lenglen FRA
1926 Suzanne Lenglen FRA
1927 Kea Bouman NED
1928 Helen Wills Moody USA
1929 Helen Wills Moody USA
1930 Helen Wills Moody USA
1931 Cilly Aussem GER
1932 Helen Wills Moody USA
1933 Margaret Scriven Vivian GBR
1934 Margaret Scriven Vivian GBR
1935 Hilde Krahwinkel Sperling GER
1936 Hilde Krahwinkel Sperling GER
1937 Hilde Krahwinkel Sperling GER
1938 Simonne Mathieu FRA
1939 Simonne Mathieu FRA
1940 World War 2 No Competition
1941 Alice Weiwers LUX
1942 Alice Weiwers LUX
1943 Simone Iribarne Lafargue FRA
1944 Raymonde Jones Veber FRA
1945 Lolette Payot SUI
1946 Margaret Osborne duPont USA
1947 Patricia Canning Todd USA
1948 Nelly Adamson Landry FRA
1949 Margaret Osborne duPont USA
1950 Doris Hart USA
1951 Shirley Fry USA
1952 Doris Hart USA
1953 Maureen Connolly USA
1954 Maureen Connolly USA
1955 Angela Mortimer GBR
1956 Althea Gibson USA
1957 Shirley Bloomer Brasher GBR
1958 Zsuzsa Körmöczy HUN
1959 Christine Truman GBR
1960 Darlene Hard USA
1961 Ann Haydon Jones GBR
1962 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1963 Lesley Turner Bowrey AUS
1964 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1965 Lesley Turner Bowrey AUS
1966 Ann Haydon Jones GBR
1967 Françoise Dürr FRA
1968 Nancy Richey USA
1969 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1970 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1971 Evonne Goolagong Cawley AUS
1972 Billie Jean Moffitt King USA
1973 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1974 Chris Evert USA
1975 Chris Evert USA
1976 Sue Barker GBR
1977 Mima Jaušovec YUG
1978 Virginia Ruzici ROU
1979 Chris Evert USA
1980 Chris Evert USA
1981 Hana Mandlíková TCH
1982 Martina Navratilova USA
1983 Chris Evert USA
1984 Martina Navratilova USA
1985 Chris Evert USA
1986 Chris Evert USA
1987 Steffi Graf FRG
1988 Steffi Graf FRG
1989 Arantxa Sánchez Vicario ESP
1990 Monica Seles YUG
1991 Monica Seles YUG
1992 Monica Seles YUG
1993 Steffi Graf GER
1994 Arantxa Sánchez Vicario ESP
1995 Steffi Graf GER
1996 Steffi Graf GER
1997 Iva Majoli CRO
1998 Arantxa Sánchez Vicario ESP
1999 Steffi Graf GER
2000 Mary Pierce FRA
2001 Jennifer Capriati USA
2002 Serena Williams USA
2003 Justine Henin BEL
2004 Anastasia Myskina RUS
2005 Justine Henin BEL
2006 Justine Henin BEL
2007 Justine Henin BEL
2008 Ana Ivanovic SRB
2009 Svetlana Kuznetsova RUS
2010 Francesca Schiavone ITA
2011 Li Na CHN
2012 Maria Sharapova RUS
2013 Serena Williams USA
2014 Maria Sharapova RUS
2015 Serena Williams USA
2016 Garbiñe Muguruza ESP
2017 Jeļena Ostapenko LAT
2018 Simona Halep ROU
2019 Ashleigh Barty AUS
2020 Iga Świątek POL
2021 Barbora Krejčíková CZE
2022 Iga Świątek POL
2023 Iga Świątek POL

About French Open

The French Open features five main event categories: men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, and mixed doubles. The competition attracts top-ranked players from around the world, including both established stars and up-and-coming talents. Some notable champions in the history of the French Open include Rafael Nadal, who has won a record 13 men’s singles titles, and Chris Evert and Steffi Graf, who have each won the women’s singles title a record seven times. The official website for French open is

In addition to the on-court action, the French Open is also renowned for its rich history and traditions. The tournament takes place at the Stade Roland Garros, named after the French aviation pioneer. The stadium has a capacity of over 15,000 spectators and offers an iconic setting for tennis fans.

Also check: Australian Open Winners List (All Time)

Overall, the French Open is a prestigious tennis tournament that showcases the talents of the world’s best players on the unique clay courts of Roland Garros in Paris.

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