The French Open is the only Grand Slam played on Clay, and currently resides at the legendary Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France.
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Stade Roland Garros was built in 1928, and named after the famous French Aviator Roland Garros. It was originally constructed to host the Davis Cup in 1928.
French Open : Tournament Information
The French Open is at the highest level of World Tennis and has its roots in the Championnat de France of 1891. Although the French Open is famous for being a Clay tournament it was orginally played on Sand, as was the main alternative to Grass in the day.As of 2020 Rafael Nadal is considered the master of the French Open winning a stunning 13 titles.