1999 French Open

The 98th French Open 1999 took place from 24 May to 6 June 1999 in Paris, France.

It took part in the main round of 128 men and women at the individual competitions in the doubles competitions will the number of participants was limited to 64 pairs each.

Defender of the single were Carlos Moyá in the men's and Arantxa Sánchez Vicario in the women. In the men's doubles were Jacco Eltingh and Paul Haarhuis, in women's doubles Martina Hingis and Jana Novotná the defending champions. Venus Williams and Justin Gimelstob were the defending champions in the mixed doubles.

In the Men's Singles Andre Agassi won his first title at the French Open and reached by the fifth player in history the career Grand Slam. In the women's singles Steffi Graf won against the eleven years younger than her 22 Martina Hingis and final Grand Slam title. In the men's doubles Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes won in the women's doubles won the sisters Serena and Venus Williams. Winner in the Mixed Competition Katarina Srebotnik and Piet Norval were.

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Men's Singles

→ Main article: French Open 1999/Herreneinzel


Women's Singles

→ Main article: French Open 1999/Dameneinzel


Men's doubles

→ Main article: French Open 1999/Herrendoppel


Women Doubles

→ Main article: French Open 1999/Damendoppel



→ Main article: French Open 1999/Mixed