Thirty-Five Americans Set to Compete in French Open Singles Main Draws, the most since 1995
Thirty-five Americans (19 women, 16 men) are set to compete in the singles main draws of the French Open starting next week, the most since 39 in 1995.
Three U.S. women qualified for the main draw — the most since four in 2004 — to give the U.S. 19 women competing in main draw singles at the French for the third time in the last six years. The last time 20 or more American women competed was in 2003 (20).
The 16 men, meanwihle, is the most U.S. men in the French Open singles main draw since 19 in 1995.