The boys have been waiting for forty years and the unforgettable coronation of Yannick Noah at Roland-Garros. On the girls' side, it's already been ten years since Marion Bartoli lifted the prestigious Wimbledon trophy. We are desperately watching for their successors in Grand Slams. Today, only Caroline Garcia, world No. 5, seems to have the means to achieve her ambitions. And tomorrow?
Where are the women? Years go by and Patrick Juvet's chorus (which dates back to 1977) remains surprisingly up to date. "Caroline Garcia will remain our only chance to win a major title until she stops," sighs Marion Bartoli, the last French player to lift a Grand Slam trophy at Wimbledon ten years ago.
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