French Open Trivia Thursday, August 16, 2012 /by Tennis.com Print Test your knowledge in the following French Open quiz featuring. 1) In 1977, Guillermo Vilas lost just three games in the most lopsided men’s final in French Open history. Who did Vilas beat? Phil Dent Brian Gottfried Raul Ramirez Jose Higueras 2) Down two sets to none, which 17-year-old rallied to defeat Stefan Edberg in the 1989 final, becoming the youngest French Open men’s champion of all time? Andre Agassi Jim Courier Michael Chang Boris Becker 3) In 1990, this 16-year-old beat Steffi Graf to became the youngest French Open women’s champion of all time. Gabriela Sabatini Monica Seles Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario Conchita Martinez 4) In 1990, Andre Agassi lost in his first ever Grand Slam final. Which 30-year-old took him down? Mats Wilander Stefan Edberg Henri Leconte Andres Gomez 5) In 1981, Bjorn Borg won the French Open -- his final Grand Slam title before retiring two years later. Who did Borg defeat in the final? Ivan Lendl Jimmy Connors John McEnroe Yannick Noah 6) In 1956, this woman became the first ever African-American to win a Grand Slam title. Lori McNeil Lucy Diggs Slowe Althea Gibson Lucy Diggs Slowe 7) After winning just three games in the first two sets of the 1999 French Open final, Andre Agassi looked as good as gone. Agassi ended up winning the next three sets to take the title and complete the career Grand Slam. Who blew the lead? Yevgeny Kafelnikov Alex Corretja Andrei Medvedev Thomas Enqvist 8) Mary Pierce won the French Open in 2000, becoming the first Frenchwomen to do so since 1967. Who won the title that year? Noelle van Lottum Julie Halard-Decugis Sophie Amiach Francoise Durr 9) In the 2000 men’s final, Gustavo Kuerten squandered 10 match points before finally putting his opponent in the fourth set. Who was the player that refused to go down quietly? Juan Carlos Ferrero Thomas Enqvist Karim Alami Franco Squillari 10) It took Fabrice Santoro six hours and 33 minutes to advance to the second round of the 2004 French Open. Who did Santoro outlast in this thrilling five-set match? Arnaud Clement Florent Serra Mathieu Montcourt Michael Llodra 11) In 2005, Rafael Nadal become the first player in 23 years to win the French Open in his Roland Garros debut. Who was the last player to do it before him? Bjorn Borg Ivan Lendl Mats Wilander Thomas Enqvist 12) In 1996, Steffi Graf escaped a nail-biter in the longest women’s final in French Open history. Who did Graf beat to win the title? Arantxa Sanchez Vicario Conchita Martinez Gabriela Sabatini Monica Seles 13) After the 1999 women’s final, this player’s mother had to convince her to return to the court to receive the runner-up trophy. Anna Kournikova Martina Hingis Venus Williams Sergi Bruguera 14) In 1993, this Spaniard defeated Jim Courier in the French Open final. Sergi Bruguera Alberto Berasategui Carlos Costa Albert Costa 15) Bjorn Borg owns the record for most men’s singles titles at Roland Garros, with six. In 1974 -- at just 18 years old -- who did Borg defeat to win his first? Harold Solomon Raul Ramirez Manuel Orantes Ilie Nastase Score = Correct answers: Advertisement Want to read more articles like this one? Subscribe to TENNIS today. Before commenting, please read our Posting Guidelines.