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Jean Samazeuilh. No competition due to World War I [f]. Jean Borotra. Henri Cochet. William Tilden. Christian Boussus.
Giorgio de Stefani. Jack Crawford. Gottfried von Cramm. Fred Perry. Henner Henkel. Bunny Austin. Donald Budge. Roderich Menzel.
Donald McNeill. Bobby Riggs. No competition due to World War II [b]. Robert Ramillon. Marcel Bernard. Bernard Destremau.
Eric Sturgess. Frank Parker. Budge Patty. Frank Sedgman. Ken Rosewall. Vic Seixas. Tony Trabert. Arthur Larsen. Sven Davidson. Lew Hoad. Herbert Flam.
Mervyn Rose. Luis Ayala. Nicola Pietrangeli. Ian Vermaak. Manuel Santana. Rod Laver. Roy Emerson. Pierre Darmon.
Fred Stolle. Tony Roche. Patrick Proisy. Björn Borg. Manuel Orantes. Guillermo Vilas. Adriano Panatta.
Harold Solomon. Brian Gottfried. Vitas Gerulaitis. Ivan Lendl. Mats Wilander. Yannick Noah. John McEnroe. Mikael Pernfors. Henri Leconte. Michael Chang.
Stefan Edberg. Andre Agassi. Jim Courier. Petr Korda. Sergi Bruguera. Alberto Berasategui. Thomas Muster. Yevgeny Kafelnikov. Michael Stich. Gustavo Kuerten.
Andrei Medvedev. Magnus Norman. Albert Costa. Juan Carlos Ferrero. Martin Verkerk. Guillermo Coria. Rafael Nadal. Mariano Puerta. Roger Federer.
Robin Söderling. Novak Djokovic. David Ferrer. Stan Wawrinka. As a reconnaissance pilot with the Escadrille MS26 , Garros had made several attempts at shooting down German aircraft, however these efforts were unsuccessful due to the difficulty in hitting an aircraft with a hand-held carbine and he visited the Morane-Saulnier works  in November or December to discuss the problem.
On 18 April , Garros was hit by ground fire, and he came down in German-controlled territory where he failed to destroy his aircraft before being captured, and the intact gun and armoured propeller.
With the Fokker's introduction of an interrupter gear, the tables were turned on the Allies, with Fokker's aircraft shooting down many Allied aircraft, leading to what became known as the Fokker Scourge.
After almost three years in captivity in various German POW camps Garros managed to escape on 14 February together with fellow aviator lieutenant Anselme Marchal.
They made it to London via the Netherlands and from there he returned to France where he rejoined the French army. On 5 October , he was shot down and killed near Vouziers , Ardennes , a month before the end of the war and one day before his 30th birthday.
Garros is sometimes called the world's first fighter ace , however he only shot down four aircraft, while the definition of " ace " was set at five or more victories.
The Stade Roland Garros tennis centre constructed in Paris in the s was named after him. It accommodates the French Open , one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments.
There is a monument to Garros in Bizerte at the site of his landing, which is called "Roland Garros Plaza". The French car manufacturer Peugeot commissioned a 'Roland Garros' limited edition version of its model in celebration of the tennis tournament that bears his name.
The model included special paint and leather interior. Because of the success of this special edition, Peugeot later created Roland Garros editions of its , , , , , , , , and models.
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