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1975 French Open – Women's Singles

First-seeded Chris Evert defeated Martina Navratilova 2–6, 6–2, 6–1 in the final to win the Women's Singles tennis title at the 1975 French Open.[1]

Women's Singles
1975 French Open
ChampionUnited States Chris Evert
Runner-upCzechoslovakia Martina Navratilova
Final score2–6, 6–2, 6–1
Details
Seeds8
Events
Singles men women boys girls
Doubles men women mixed boys girls
Legends −45 45+ women
WC Singles men women
WC Doubles men women
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SeedsEdit

The seeded players are listed below. Chris Evert is the champion; others show the round in which they were eliminated.

  1.   Chris Evert (Champion)
  2.   Martina Navratilova (Finalist)
  3.   Olga Morozova (Semifinalist)
      Julie Heldman (First round)
  4. n/a
  5.   Helga Masthoff (Second round)
      Gail Chanfreau (Second round)
      Raquel Giscafré (Quarterfinalist)
      Janet Newberry (Semifinalist)
  6. n/a
  7. n/a
  8. n/a

QualifyingEdit

DrawEdit

KeyEdit

  • Q = Qualifier
  • WC = Wild Card
  • LL = Lucky Loser
  • r. = retired

FinalsEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
1   Chris Evert 6 6
    Kazuko Sawamatsu 2 2
1   Chris Evert 6 6
3   Olga Morozova 4 0
3   Olga Morozova 7 6 6
5   Raquel Giscafré 5 7 0
1   Chris Evert 2 6 6
2   Martina Navratilova 6 2 1
5   Janet Newberry 6 6
    Éva Szabó 1 2
5   Janet Newberry 2 3
2   Martina Navratilova 6 6
    Donna Ganz 1 1
2   Martina Navratilova 6 6

Earlier roundsEdit

Section 1Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
  Perea 2 2
1   Evert 6 6 1   Evert 6 6
Q   Marzano 4 4   Jaušovec 2 3
  Jaušovec 6 6 1   Evert 6 6
Q   Riedel 3 6 2   Tomanová 3 2
  Tomanová 6 3 6   Tomanová 6 6
  Anliot 4 1   Neumannová 2 2
  Neumannová 6 6 1   Evert 6 6
  Charles 3 0   Sawamatsu 2 2
5   Chanfreau 6 6 5   Chanfreau 4 4
Q   Mihai 3 2   Bonicelli 6 6
  Bonicelli 6 6   Bonicelli 6 3
  Bimes 0 2   Sawamatsu 7 6
  Sawamatsu 6 6   Sawamatsu 6 3 6
  Koželuhová 3 2 Q   Paish 3 6 3
Q   Paish 6 6

Section 2Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
LL   Tenney 2 1
3   Morozova 6 6 3   Morozova 6 6
  Nasuelli 2 4   Ruzici 2 3
  Ruzici 6 6 3   Morozova 6 6
Q   Weisenberger 2 6 7   Barker 1 0
  Boshoff 6 4 9   Boshoff 2 1
  Ebbinghaus 4 2   Barker 6 6
  Barker 6 6 3   Morozova 7 6 6
  Baldovinos 7 2 0 5   Giscafré 5 7 0
5   Giscafré 6 6 6 5   Giscafré 6 6
  Klein 6 3 1   Guedy 1 1
  Guedy 2 6 6 5   Giscafré 6 6
Q   Sandberg 5 2   Kroschina 2 3
  Rowley 7 6   Rowley 0 0
  Evert 4 3   Kroschina 6 6
  Kroschina 6 6

Section 3Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
  Bentzer 7 5 0
  Anthony 6 7 6   Anthony 1 0
  Peisachov 4 1   Appel 6 6
  Appel 6 6   Appel 3 3
  Pinto Bravo 1 3 5   Newberry 6 6
  Forsgardh 6 6   Forsgardh 1 4
  Simon 0 4 5   Newberry 6 6
5   Newberry 6 6 5   Newberry 6 6
Q   Rosa 3 4   Szabó 1 2
  Szabó 6 6   Szabó 6 6
Q   Rupert 2 7 1   Nagelsen 3 4
  Nagelsen 6 6 6   Szabó 6 6
  Mappin 2 3   de Roubin 1 4
LL   Rodríguez 6 6 LL   Rodríguez 4 3
3   Heldman 5 6 0   de Roubin 6 6
  de Roubin 7 4 6

Section 4Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
  Simionescu 4 3
  Ganz 6 6   Ganz 6 6
  Pericoli 7 1 3   Darmon 1 1
  Darmon 5 6 6   Ganz 6 6
  Kaligis 7 1 0   Fromholtz 3 4
  Fromholtz 5 6 6   Fromholtz 3 6 6
  Walsh 1 1 5   Masthoff 6 1 3
5   Masthoff 6 6   Ganz 1 1
  Coles 2 6 2   Navratilova 6 6
  Teeguarden 6 7   Teeguarden 4 7 9
  Gurdal 6 6 4   Sugiarto 6 5 7
  Sugiarto 4 7 6   Teeguarden 2 6 3
  Schaar 4 2 2   Navratilova 6 2 6
  Fuchs 6 6   Fuchs 5 3
  Araujo 4 4 2   Navratilova 7 6
2   Navratilova 6 6

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Collins, Bud (2010). The Bud Collins History of Tennis (2nd ed.). [New York]: New Chapter Press. p. 396. ISBN 978-0942257700.

External linksEdit