French Open winners and runner-ups (male)-From 1979-1970

 Bjorn Borg, French Open winners and runner-ups (male)-From 1979-1970

The era of 1979-1970 in French Open tennis tournaments has been a mix of different famous tennis players. Out of them, one of the greatest tennis players, Bjorn Borg won many French Open Championships. It was this era when Bjorn Borg showed tremendous grip on the clay surface and owned 4 tennis championship titles in the French Open. The other two came in the 80’s era, completing the 6 titles for Bjorn. Bjorn won the French Open titles for four consecutive years while winning the Wimbledon championship along as well. In addition to Bjorn, the other players that won the French Open championship are given below:

The list of male winners and runner-ups of French Open tennis championship during 1979-1970 is as follow:

French Open Tennis winner and runner-up in year 1979: Male

  • Bjorn Borg- Winner
  • Victor Pecci- Runner-up

French Open Tennis winner and runner-up in year 1978: Male

  • Bjorn Borg: Winner
  • Guillermo Vilas: Runner-up

French Open Tennis winner and runner-up in year 1977: Male

  • Guillermo Vilas: Winner
  • Brian Gottfried: Runner-up

French Open Tennis winner and runner-up in year 1976: Male

  • Adriano Panatta: Winner
  • Harold Soloman: Runner-up

French Open Tennis winner and runner-up in year 1975: Male

  • Bjon Borg: Winner
  • Guillermo Vilas: Runner-up

French Open Tennis winner and runner-up in year 1974: Male

  • Bjorn Borg: Winner
  • Manuel Orantes: Runner-up

French Open Tennis winner and runner-up in year 1973: Male

  • Ilie Nastase: Winner
  • Nikola Pilic: Runner-up

French Open Tennis winner and runner-up in year 1972: Male

  • Andres Gimeno: Winner
  • Patrick Proisy: Runner-up

French Open Tennis winner and runner-up in year 1971: Male

  • Jan Kodes: Winner
  • Ilie Nastase: Runner-up

French Open Tennis winner and runner-up in year 1970: Male

  • Jan Kodes: Winner
  • Ilie Nastase: Runner-up

French Open winners and runner-ups (male)-From 1989-1980

Mats Wilander and Ican Lendl, French Open winners and runner-ups (male)-From  1989-1980

The era of 1989-1980 in French Open tennis tournaments has been an alternative win pattern which was shared by two famous male tennis players, Ivan Lendl and Mats Wilander. Maximum French Open Championships were claimed by these two tennis players during this decade. Lendl and Wilander faced each other several times in the finals as well. Lendl and Wilander won the same number of French Open Grand Slams (4) in their tennis careers and were considered great rivals of the 80’s. Michael Chang, the youngest tennis player ever to have won the grand slam also claimed the French Open title. 

The list of male winners and runner-ups of French Open tennis championship during 1989-1980 is as follow:

1989-French Open Tennis winner and runner-up

  • Winner (male)-1989: Michael Chang
  • Runner-up (male)-1989: Stefan Edberg

1988-French Open Tennis winner and runner-up

  • Winner (male)-1988: Mats Wilander
  • Runner-up (male)-1988: Henri Leconte

1987-French Open Tennis winner and runner-up

  • Winner (male)-1987: Ivan Lendl
  • Runner-up (male)-1987: Mats Wilander

1986-French Open Tennis winner and runner-up

  • Winner (male)-1986: Ivan Lendl
  • Runner-up (male)-1986: Mikael Pernfors

1985-French Open Tennis winner and runner-up

  • Winner (male)-1985: Mats Wilander
  • Runner-up (male)-1985: Ivan Lendl

1984-French Open Tennis winner and runner-up

  • Winner (male)-1984: Ivan Lendl
  • Runner-up (male)-1984: John McEnroe

1983-French Open Tennis winner and runner-up

  • Winner (male)-1983: Mats Wilander
  • Runner-up (male)-1983: Ivan Lendl

1982-French Open Tennis winner and runner-up

  • Winner (male)-1982: Mats Wilander
  • Runner-up (male)-1982: Guillermo Vilas

1981-French Open Tennis winner and runner-up

  • Winner (male)-1981: Bjorn Borg
  • Runner-up (male)-1981: Ivan Lendl

1980-French Open Tennis winner and runner-up

  • Winner (male)-1980: Bjorn Borg
  • Runner-up (male)-1980: Vitas Gerulaitis
In 80’s, the times changed for French Open as Bjorn Borg saw his downfall, or who else would have been able to rule the clay!