French Open 2014: Winners and Losers from Roland Garros

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French Open 2014: Winners and Losers from Roland Garros
Michel Euler/Associated Press

We'll always have Paris, tennis fans.

The last two weeks in Roland Garros have been filled with highs, lows and everything in between, but in the end there are two legends left kissing and/or biting their trophies.

The men's tournament saw the two best players in the world face off in the final but didn't witness the best tennis in the world played. It turns out Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are human after all, with injuries, illnesses, nerves and unforced errors all in the mix. Still, watching them battle is always a treat, and Nadal walked away as the French Open winner for the mind-boggling ninth time.

The women's side saw the top three seeds lose early, including No. 1 seed Serena Williams in the second round. But it concluded in an epic final, with Maria Sharapova and Simona Halep battling it out over three hours of scintillating tennis. Sharapova proved her grit once again and walked away with her second Roland Garros trophy in the past three years.

Nadal and Sharapova weren't the only winners, though. Here are all of the winners and losers from a fabulous fortnight on the dirt.

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