2000 French Open

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The 99th French Open 2000 took place from May 29 to June 11, 2000 in Paris, France.

The participants in the main round was limited to 128 participants in single, as well as 64 pairs in doubles.

Defender of the single were Andre Agassi in the men's and Steffi Graf in the women who no longer took up the defense of the title, since she ended her career in 1999. In the men's doubles Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes were the defending champions in women's doubles, the two sisters Serena and Venus Williams. In mixed Katarina Srebotnik and Piet Norval won the year before.

Winner in the men's singles was Gustavo Kuerten, who had already won here in 1997. In the women won Mary Pierce, who was so successful for the second and last time in her career at a Grand Slam and that's the last French winner today. She also won with her partner Martina Hingis, the women's doubles competition, while in the men won the " Woodies " (Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge ). In mixed the two South Africans Mariaan de Swardt and David Adams were successful.

  • 2.1 seedings
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  • 4.1 seedings
  • 5.1 seedings

Men's Singles

→ Main article: French Open 2000/Herreneinzel


Women's Singles

→ Main article: French Open 2000/Dameneinzel


Men's doubles

→ Main article: French Open 2000/Herrendoppel


Women Doubles

→ Main article: French Open 2000/Damendoppel



→ Main article: French Open 2000/Mixed