Wimbledon has the famous grass courts, the snooty British uppityness and the awful movie association. The U.S. Open has the glitz and glamor of Arthur Ashe Stadium and New York City. The Australian Open has...well...we're not really sure what it has, but it is part of tennis' Grand Slam. And the French Open has the bright red clay courts and the rich history at one of tennis' most hollowed grounds.
As we reach the final weekend of the tournament's 2013 edition, let's take a look at the best championship matches in French Open history. For this list, we take into account not only the quality of play, but place even more emphasis on just how memorable of a match it was.
This could be an historic Saturday and Sunday with the men's and women's finals at Roland Garros, but it would take quite a memorable match to nudge its way onto this list.