CHAMPIONS OF ROLAND-GARROS 2020. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BEST PLAYERS!

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CHAMPIONS OF ROLAND-GARROS 2020. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BEST PLAYERS!

Winners across 14 events depart Paris triumphant, from Rafael Nadal to Iga Swiatek.

Spain’s Rafael Nadal and world No.1 Novak Djokovic pose with their trophies after facing off in a Grand Slam final for a ninth time in their careers.
Unseeded Iga Swiatek becomes the fourth youngest Roland-Garros women’s singles champion and the first from Poland after beating No.4 seed Sofia Kenin in the final.
Germans Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies make it back-to-back men’s doubles titles with victory over Mate Pavic and Bruno Soares in the final.
Second seeds Timea Babos of Hungary and Kristina Mladenovic of France successfully defend their women’s doubles title, defeating Desirae Krawczyk and Alexa Guarachi in straight sets.
Seventh seed Dominic Stephan Stricker prevails in an all-Swiss junior boys’ singles final over good friend, eighth seed Leandro Riedi.
Elsa Jacquemot becomes the first French junior girls’ singles champion in Paris since Kristina Mladenovic 11 years ago, with victory over Alina Charaeva.
Switzerland’s Dominic Stricker departs Paris with two champion’s trophies after winning the boys’ doubles with Italian Flavio Cobolli, beating eighth seeds Natan Rodrigues and Bruno Oliveira.
Unseeded Italians Jacqueline Motin and Eleonora Alvisi (right) defeat fifth seeds Maria Bondarenko and Diana Shnaider for the girls’ doubles title.
Australian Dylan Alcott claims his 11th guad wheelchair singles Grand Slam title with a win over doubles partner Andy Lapthorne.
David Wagner of the US and Sam Schroder of the Netherlands (left) save a match point to win the quad wheelchair men’s doubles over Dylan Alcott and Andy Lapthorne.
Alfie Hewett of Great Britain (right) defeats Joachim Gerard to claim the men’s wheelchair singles title.
Yui Kamiji wins her fourth Roland-Garros wheelchair singles title over Japanese compatriot Momoko Ahtani.
Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett (left) of Great Britain land the men’s wheelchair doubles title after downing Shingo Kunieda and Gustavo Fernandez.
Dutchwomen Diede de Grott and Aniek van Koot secure the wheelchair women’s doubles title with a win over Yui Kamiji and Jordanne Whiley.

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