Factbox-French Open facts and figures about women's competition
May 23 (Reuters) - Facts and figures relating to the French Open which starts on May 25 at Roland Garros, Paris.
2007 champions Women's singles: Justine Henin (Belgium) Women's doubles: Alicia Molik (Australia) Mara Santangelo (Italy)
Most French Open titles All competitions: Margaret Court (Australia) 13 (5 singles, 4 doubles, 4 mixed doubles) Women's singles: Chris Evert (U.S.) 7, Steffi Graf (Germany) 6
Monica Seles (Yugoslavia) in 1990, aged 16 years and six months.
Zsuzsa Kormoczy (Hungary) in 1958, aged 33
Non seeded winner
Margaret Scriven (Britain) in 1933
Andree Varin (France), 19 appearances from 1934-65
Longest timed match 4 hrs 7 mins Virginie Buisson (France) beat Noelle Van Lottum (France) 6-7(3) 7-5 6-2, First round 1995
2008 Prize money (euros) Women's singles: 5,425,280 ($8.45 million) Women's doubles: 1,284,400 Mixed doubles: 292,000
(Compiled by Patrick Johnston; editing by Tom Pilcher and Pritha Sarkar)
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