November 7, 1999: The day Andre Agassi achieved an unprecedented Parisian double
On November 7, 1999, Andre Agassi emerged victorious from a breathtaking final against Marat Safin at Paris-Bercy (7-6, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4). With his win the American became the first player to win this in Bercy after having triumphed at the French Open the same year
Bercy, Djokovic, Rune, race to Turin: Everything you always wanted to know about the 2023 Rolex Paris Masters (but never had time to find out) – updated with the draw and Alcaraz exit
Everything you need to know about the 2022 Paris Masters, from former champs to ticket prices and the order of play
May 25, 2004: The day Santoro and Clement completed their epic marathon at Roland-Garros
Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to relive a tennis event which happened on this specific day. On May 25, 2004, Fabrice Santoro and Arnaud Clement played the longest match in Roland Garros history.
February 1, 2004: Federer begins record reign on top of the world with Australian Open triumph
On this day in tennis history, a record-breaking reign on top of the world began in truly inimitable fashion.