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Roland-Garros tournament direction has released the list of players taking part in the men's and women's singles at the 2015 French Open, which will be held from Sunday 24 May –Sunday 7 June.


Of the 104 players given direct acceptance into the final draw of the men's singles, there are the top 99 in the ATP rankings as of 13 April 2015, followed by five players with a protected ranking (Juan Martin Del Potro, Tommy Haas, Florian Mayer, Radek Stepanek and Janko Tipsarevic).


Eight French players were given direct acceptance into the final draw of the men's singles: Gilles Simon (No.13), Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (No.14), Gaël Monfils (No.18), Richard Gasquet (No.27), Adrian Mannarino (No.30), Jérémy Chardy (No.35), Julien Benneteau (No.39) and Benoît Paire (No.90).


The men's singles draw will feature 128 players, including 16 qualifiers and eight wild-cards who will be named at a later date.

In the women's draw, two players have a protected ranking – Bethanie Mattek Sands (USA) and Laura Robson (GB) – and they have joined the top 106 who were given direct acceptance.
 
This means that all of the top women's players will be battling it out in the hope of winning the Coupe Suzanne-Lenglen and following in the footsteps of Maria Sharapova as women's singles champion.


Four French players were given direct acceptance into the final draw of the women's singles: Alizé Cornet (No.28), Caroline Garcia (No.29), Kristina Mladenovic (No.58) and Pauline Parmentier (No.89). 

The women's singles draw will also feature 128 players, including 12 qualifiers and eight wild-cards who will be named at a later date.

Please find the men's singles entry list

Please find the women's singles entry list



Wheelchair tennis with Adecco
List of players taking part

Roland-Garros tournament direction has released the list of players taking part in the wheelchair tennis tournament (men's and women's) which will be held from Wednesday 3 – Friday 5 June.

In the men's event, the world's top players (as of 13 April 2015) are all scheduled to take part. The competition is thus very fierce, but two French players managed to make it into the men's singles draw, namely Stéphane Houdet (world No.2) and Nicolas Peifer (No.6).
In the women's draw, the elite will also be present at the Porte d'Auteuil. World No.1 Yui Kamiji (JPN) is the defending champion and will start very much as the favourite this time around.

One wild-card will also be given for each of the men's and women's singles. All competitors will take part in both the singles and doubles events.

http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/news/articles/2015-04-16/201504161429188601575.html

Publié par f75beaub le Tuesday 21 April 2015 à 18:29

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