2000 Roland-Garros Men’s Doubles Championship Trophy presented to Mark Woodforde

Australians Mark Woodforde and Tom Woodbridge (aka “The Woodies”) were the dominating men’s doubles team for many years, starting in the late 1990s. They won eleven major titles together from 1992-2000. However, in these eleven titles, only one came on the clay courts at Stade Roland Garros in 2000, where the pair defeated Paul Haarhuis and Sandon Stolle in straight sets to complete their career Grand Slam.

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