French Open 2020 will be played on unusual dates. Instead of May, we will see the tennis on Roland Garros courts at the end of September and the start of October. French Open 2020 starts on Monday, September 28.
We took a look at the men and ladies singles draw, and as tradition dictates, we counted the rackets used by players. Take a look at the usage of different racket brands by the French Open participating players below.
Note: We will update data on a daily basis (until the start of the French Open) according to the latest changes in the entry list (withdrawals, replacements, wild cards, the finish of qualifiers).
FRENCH OPEN 2020 MEN SINGLES
Men Singles Draw: 128 players [104 Direct Acceptances (any withdrawal after the set date will be replaced by lucky loser from qualifying), 8 Wild Cards, 16 Qualifiers]
FRENCH OPEN 2020 LADIES SINGLES
Ladies Singles Draw: 128 players [108 Direct Acceptances (any withdrawal after the set date will be replaced by lucky loser from qualifying), 8 Wild Cards, 12 Qualifiers]
To find out more about the historical development and to put actual numbers and shares in context, read also our article: Historical development of Racket Brands Shares on previous Grand Slam tournaments.
If you want to know which racket is using your favorite player, feel free to search in our database of players and their rackets.