1968 French Open

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  • French Open
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The 67th French Open in 1968 were a tennis clay court tournament Class Grand Slam, which was organized by the ITF. It took place from May 27 to June 9, 1968 at Roland Garros, Paris, France.

Defender of the single were Roy Emerson in the men's and Françoise Durr with the ladies. In the men's doubles John Newcombe and Tony Roche were in women's doubles Gail Sherriff and Francoise Durr and Mixed Billie Jean King and Owen Davidson, the defending champion.

It was the first edition of the Grand Slam tournament since the start of the Open Era, were admitted to the professional tennis player.

  • 2.1 seedings
  • 3.1 seedings
  • 4.1 seedings
  • 5.1 seedings

Men's Singles

→ Main article: French Open 1968/Herreneinzel


Women's Singles

→ Main article: French Open 1968/Dameneinzel


Men's doubles

→ Main article: French Open 1968/Herrendoppel


Women Doubles

→ Main article: French Open 1968/Damendoppel



→ Main article: French Open 1968/Mixed