French Open facts and figures - women

Facts and figures relating to the French Open which runs from May 23 to June 6 at Roland Garros, Paris.

Updated: May 20, 2010, 15:34 PM IST

Paris: Facts and figures relating to the French Open which runs from May 23 to June 6 at Roland Garros, Paris.
2009 champions

Women`s singles: Svetlana Kuznetsova (Russia)

Women`s doubles: Virginia Ruano-Pascual/Anabel Medina

Garrigues (Spain)

Most French Open titles

All competitions: Margaret Smith-Court (Australia) 13 (5

singles, 4 doubles, 4 mixed doubles)

Women`s singles: Chris Evert (U.S.) 7, Steffi Graf (Germany) 6

Youngest winner:

Monica Seles (Yugoslavia) in 1990, aged 16 years and six months.

Oldest winner:

Zsuzsa Kormoczy (Hungary) in 1958, aged 33

Unseeded winner:

Margaret Scriven (Britain) in 1933
Most appearances:

Andree Varin (France), 19 appearances from 1934-65

Longest timed match: 4 hrs 7 mins Virginie Buisson (France)

beat Noelle Van Lottum (France) 6-7(3), 7-5, 6-2, First round 1995

2010 Prize money

Women`s singles: 5,792,000 euros (USD 7.77 million)

Women`s doubles: 1,392,000

Mixed doubles: 297,600

Bureau Report

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