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Roland Garros 1973 Women's Singles  (May 21 - June 3)

NationR64R32R16QFSFFChampion
1.Australia (AUS)[1]Margaret Smith Court
Margaret Smith Court
2.United States (USA)Pam Teeguarden6-1 6-2
Margaret Smith Court
3.Australia (AUS)Patricia Coleman5-7 6-0 6-3
Patricia Coleman
4.France (FRA)[Q]Rosie Reyes6-1 6-1
Margaret Smith Court
5.Netherlands (NED)Betty Stove6-3 6-2
Betty Stove
6.France (FRA)[Q]Daniele Bouteleux7-5 6-3
Betty Stove
7.Romania (ROU)Judith Dibar6-3 6-2
Judith Dibar
8.South Africa (RSA)[Q]Daphne Botha6-4 6-3
Margaret Smith Court
9.West Germany (FRG)[8]Katja Burgemeister6-2 6-3
Katja Burgemeister
10.France (FRA)[Q]Florence Guedy6-3 6-3
Katja Burgemeister
11.Sweden (SWE)Christina Sandberg5-7 7-5 6-2
Christina Sandberg
12.Indonesia (INA)Lita Liem6-4 6-2
Katja Burgemeister
13.United States (USA)[Q]Patricia Bostrom6-2 6-3
Patricia Bostrom
14.Czechoslovakia (TCH)Alena Palmeova0-6 6-2 6-1
Patricia Bostrom
15.United Kingdom (GBR)Jackie Fayter6-4 2-6 6-2
Jackie Fayter
16.Sweden (SWE)[Q]Mimi Wikstedt4-6 6-4 6-3
Margaret Smith Court
17.Australia (AUS)[4]Evonne Goolagong6-3 7-6
Evonne Goolagong
18.Netherlands (NED)Marijke Jansen6-2 6-2
Evonne Goolagong
19.Soviet Union (URS)Olga Morozova6-3 6-3
Olga Morozova
20.Columbia (COL)Maria-Isabel Fernandez6-4 7-5
Evonne Goolagong
21.France (FRA)Nathalie Fuchs6-0 6-3
Nathalie Fuchs
22.Romania (ROU)Virginia Ruzici6-3 3-6 10-8
Nathalie Fuchs
23.United States (USA)Laura DuPont6-1 2-6 6-1
Laura DuPont
24.United Kingdom (GBR)Glynis Coles7-6 6-4
Evonne Goolagong
25.Czechoslovakia (TCH)Martina Navratilova7-6 6-4
Martina Navratilova
26.Czechoslovakia (TCH)[Q]Miroslava Bendlova6-4 6-3
Martina Navratilova
27.Argentina (ARG)Raquel Giscafre7-5 6-4
Raquel Giscafre
28.Spain (ESP)[Q]Carmen Perea-Alcala6-4 6-2
Martina Navratilova
29.United States (USA)[5]Nancy Richey6-3 6-3
Nancy Richey
30.Australia (AUS)Wendy Turnbull6-1 6-2
Nancy Richey
31.South Africa (RSA)Laura Rossouw6-3 5-7 7-5
Laura Rossouw
32.Italy (ITA)[Q]Daniela Marzano6-7 6-0 7-5
Margaret Smith Court
33.Czechoslovakia (TCH)Vlasta Kodesova6-7 7-6 6-4
Vlasta Kodesova
34.United States (USA)Patti Hogan6-0 6-4
Virginia Wade
35.United Kingdom (GBR)[3]Virginia Wade6-3 6-1
Virginia Wade
36.Hungary (HUN)Judith Szorenyi6-1 6-3
Odile De Roubin
37.France (FRA)Odile De Roubin1-6 6-2 6-3
Odile De Roubin
38.Romania (ROU)Mariana Simionescu6-4 6-3
Odile De Roubin
39.Italy (ITA)Maria Teresa Nasuelli6-2 1-6 6-2
Maria Teresa Nasuelli
40.Hungary (HUN)Erzebet Szell7-5 1-6 11-9
Francoise Durr
41.France (FRA)[6]Francoise Durr6-0 1-6 6-1
Francoise Durr
42.Czechoslovakia (TCH)Marie Neumanova6-2 6-2
Francoise Durr
43.Sweden (SWE)Ingrid Lofdahl6-2 6-2
Ingrid Lofdahl
44.Indonesia (INA)Lany Kaligis6-4 7-6
Francoise Durr
45.Uruguay (URU)Fiorella Bonicelli6-2 6-1
Fiorella Bonicelli
46.Chile (CHI)[LL]Carmen Ibarra6-2 6-1
Fiorella Bonicelli
47.Australia (AUS)Janet Young6-3 6-2
Janet Young
48.West Germany (FRG)Heide Schildknecht4-6 6-2 6-1
Chris Evert
49.West Germany (FRG)[7]Helga Niessen6-1 6-0
Helga Niessen
50.Australia (AUS)Wendy Gilchrist6-4 6-2
Helga Niessen
51.United States (USA)Sharon Walsh6-3 3-6 6-0
Sharon Walsh
52.South Korea (KOR)Jeong-Soon Yang7-6 6-4
Helga Niessen
53.South Africa (RSA)Patricia Walkden6-2 4-6 6-2
Patricia Walkden
54.West Germany (FRG)Helga Schultze5-7 6-4 6-2
Patricia Walkden
55.United States (USA)Kristien Kemmer Shaw6-2 6-4
Kristien Kemmer Shaw
56.Soviet Union (URS)Eugenia Birioukova6-1 6-1
Chris Evert
57.Czechoslovakia (TCH)Renata Tomanova6-3 6-3
Renata Tomanova
58.Soviet Union (URS)Natasha Chymreva6-4 6-3
Renata Tomanova
59.Japan (JPN)Kazuko Sawamatsu3-6 6-1 7-5
Kazuko Sawamatsu
60.United States (USA)Mona Schallau6-3 6-1
Chris Evert
61.Japan (JPN)[Q]Hideko Goto6-2 6-3
Hideko Goto
62.United States (USA)Barbara Downs6-1 6-3
Chris Evert
63.United States (USA)[2]Chris Evert6-0 6-1
Chris Evert
64.Australia (AUS)Marilyn Tesch6-1 6-0