2023 Roland Garros: Djokovic Breaks Grand Slam Record, Swiatek Wins Fourth Slam
If this year’s Roland Garros will be remembered for anything, it will be for Novak Djokovic becoming the first man to win 23 Grand Slams. The Serb defeated Casper Ruud in three sets to win his third French Open title. The number one seed in the women’s tournament (and world number one) Iga Swiatek won her fourth grand slam title Saturday, defeating Karolína Muchová in three sets.
Fans, teammates, organizations, tournaments, media, brands. No one wanted to miss the opportunity to congratulate Novak Djokovic on social media for his 23rd grand slam, breaking the record he held with Rafael Nadal.
Roland Garros: By the Numbers
The 122nd edition of Roland Garros was not only successful for its champions, Iga Swiatek and Novak Djokovic, but also for the fans who have enjoyed Paris’ clay court grand slam. Roland Garros saw
The 2023 Roland Garros added 260,000 more followers than last year’s tournament, a 39% increase. TikTok was the French Open’s social channel with the largest follower growth, adding 372,000 new followers, a 272% increase.
In addition to increasing their number of followers, the Parisian grand slam saw its social media performance surpass last year’s tournament by engagements and video views.
Top Moments from Roland Garros
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