AP PHOTOS: The clay and the scenes from French Opens past
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To tennis fans, Paris in the springtime is all about the French Open and the red clay courts — or “terre battue” — of Roland Garros.

The 15-day tournament was supposed to be happening now, but the start was postponed from May until September because of the coronavirus pandemic.

There are plenty of ways in which the French Open is the same as the other Grand Slam tournaments, from the cast of characters to the regular intrusion of rain. And there are just as many aspects of Roland Garros that...

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