2001 French Open
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- French Open
- Wimbledon Championships
- U.S. Open
The 100th French Open 2001 took place from May 28 to June 10, 2001 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 Gustavo Kuerten and Mary Pierce in the men with the ladies. In the men's doubles were Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge, also in women's doubles Mary Pierce and Martina Hingis, the defending champion. Mariaan de Swardt and David Adams were the defending champions in the mixed doubles.
In the men's singles Gustavo Kuerten defended his title and won the third and final Grand Slam title of his career. In the women's singles won Jennifer Capriati, who had already stood here in 1990 in the semi-finals and now a comeback. In the men's doubles won as early as 1999 Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes won in the women's doubles Virginia Ruano Pascual and Paola Suárez. Ruano also won the mixed title, and at the side of Tomás Carbonell.
- 2.1 seedings
- 3.1 seedings
- 4.1 seedings
- 5.1 seedings
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