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French Open facts and figures - men

Source : REUTERS
Last Updated: Thu, May 20, 2010 15:00 hrs

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

2009 champions

Men's singles: Roger Federer (Switzerland)

Men's doubles: Lukas Dlouhy (Czech Republic)/Leander Paes (India)

Most French Open titles:

All competitions: Henri Cochet (France) 9 (4 singles, 3 doubles, 2 mixed doubles)



Men's singles: Bjorn Borg (Sweden) 6, Cochet, Rafa Nadal 4

Youngest winner: Michael Chang (U.S.) in 1989, aged 17 years and three months

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Oldest winner: Andres Gimeno (Spain) in 1972, aged 34 years and 10 months

Unseeded winners: Marcel Bernard (France) 1946, Mats Wilander (Sweden) 1982, Gustavo Kuerten (Brazil) 1997, Gaston Gaudio (Argentina) 2004

Most appearances: Francois Jauffret (France), 20 appearances from 1961-80

Longest timed match: 6 hrs 33 mins - Fabrice Santoro (France) beat Arnaud Clement (France) 6-4, 6-3, 6-7, 3-6, 16-14, first round 2004

2010 Prize money

Men's singles: 5,792,000 euros ($7.77 million)

Men's doubles: 1,392,000

Mixed doubles: 396,800

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