The ATP tournament of Bordeaux ( officially Grand Prix Passing Shot ) is a former men's tennis tournament, which was played from 1979 to 1995 in Bordeaux, France. Over time, the lining changed: until 1990 was played on clay courts, from 1991 until the cessation of the tournament played on outdoor hard courts (except in 1992) was. Event was held at the Villa Primrose. The tournament was part of the ATP World Series, the predecessor series on the ATP World Tour 250 Since 2008, the tournament will be played under the name of BNP Paribas Primrose Bordeaux as part of the ATP Challenger Tour again.
Guy Forget is the only player to have won the tournament more than once, he is also the last French player to win the tournament. Also in double Forget is with two titles record winner - along with Andrés Gómez, Sergio Casal Emilio Sánchez and Tomás Carbonell.