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Holding The Trophy: Paris

Thousands of players have attempted to hold the Coupe Suzanne Lenglen, but very few have succeeded.

Published May 24, 2009 03:54

Chris Evert: Seven-time champion between 1974 and 1986
Chris Evert: Seven-time champion between 1974 and 1986
Martina Navratilova: Runner-up here to Chris Evert in 1986, but a two-time champion in 1982 and 1984
Martina Navratilova: Runner-up here to Chris Evert in 1986, but a two-time champion in 1982 and 1984
Steffi Graf won the last of her six titles in 1999
Steffi Graf won the last of her six titles in 1999
Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario reigned in Paris in 1989, 1994 and 1998
Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario reigned in Paris in 1989, 1994 and 1998
Monica Seles: Won three consecutive titles between 1990 and 1992
Monica Seles: Won three consecutive titles between 1990 and 1992
Iva Majoli prevented a Martina Hingis Grand Slam in 1997
Iva Majoli prevented a Martina Hingis Grand Slam in 1997
Jennifer Capriati capped a remarkable comeback with her first major titles in Melbourne and Paris in 2001
Jennifer Capriati capped a remarkable comeback with her first major titles in Melbourne and Paris in 2001
The first leg of Serena Williams's 'Serena Slam' was collected in Paris in 2002
The first leg of Serena Williams's 'Serena Slam' was collected in Paris in 2002
Justine Henin: Won an historic all-Belgian final in 2003 to win the first of her four Paris titles
Justine Henin: Won an historic all-Belgian final in 2003 to win the first of her four Paris titles
Anastasia Myskina: Russia's first female Grand Slam singles champion, in 2004
Anastasia Myskina: Russia's first female Grand Slam singles champion, in 2004
Ana Ivanovic: Runner-up in 2007, champion in 2008
Ana Ivanovic: Runner-up in 2007, champion in 2008
  • Chris Evert: Seven-time champion between 1974 and 1986
  • Martina Navratilova: Runner-up here to Chris Evert in 1986, but a two-time champion in 1982 and 1984
  • Steffi Graf won the last of her six titles in 1999
  • Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario reigned in Paris in 1989, 1994 and 1998
  • Monica Seles: Won three consecutive titles between 1990 and 1992
  • Iva Majoli prevented a Martina Hingis Grand Slam in 1997
  • Jennifer Capriati capped a remarkable comeback with her first major titles in Melbourne and Paris in 2001
  • The first leg of Serena Williams's 'Serena Slam' was collected in Paris in 2002
  • Justine Henin: Won an historic all-Belgian final in 2003 to win the first of her four Paris titles
  • Anastasia Myskina: Russia's first female Grand Slam singles champion, in 2004
  • Ana Ivanovic: Runner-up in 2007, champion in 2008
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