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Amélie Mauresmo: "I did not arrive at Roland-Garros as a dictator"


INTERVIEW – The new director of the tournament confides in her function, her career, her family, her passions…

In 2003, an eternity ago,

Le Figaro

followed the player Amélie Mauresmo closely, for five months, from February to June and during Roland-Garros.

In memory of the good times and this report which had plunged us behind the scenes of the daily life of a very high level player but also in those of a photo shoot in Nice, from the Frigos de Paris to the Grévin Museum, and brought to share A whole day of training in the Basque Country, the new director of Roland-Garros received us at her home in Anglet.

To discover

  • Roland Garros men's singles

  • Roland Garros single ladies

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Before joining the Porte d'Auteuil and launching the draw on Thursday May 19 for the 2022 edition, the most successful French player since the start of the Open era (25 singles titles including 2 Grand Slam, Open of Australia and Wimbledon 2006, world number one for thirty-nine weeks, winner of the Fed Cup and the Masters, Olympic vice-champion in Athens) confided at length.

And told.

Unvarnished but with passion.

As per usual.

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