1995 French Open
It took in the main round of 128 men and women at the individual competitions.
Defending champion Sergi Bruguera in the individual were in the men's and Arantxa Sánchez Vicario in the women. In the men's doubles were Byron Black and Jonathan Stark, in women's doubles Gigi Fernández and Natallja Swerawa the defending champions. Kristie Boogert and Menno Oosting were the defending champions in the mixed doubles.
In the men's singles Thomas Muster won his first and only Grand Slam title. In the women's singles Steffi Graf won against the defending champion Sánchez Vicario in the final. In the men's doubles won Jacco Eltingh and Paul Haarhuis, in women's doubles defended Fernández and Swerawa its title. The title in mixed Larisa Neiland won and Todd Woodbridge.
In this tournament, Mats Wilander and Karel Nováček tested positive for cocaine, after which they were later banned for three months.
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