Melbourne, 6 June 2012 |

Sam Stosur, Rod Laver, Margaret Court or The Woodies – whose effort on the Roland Garros clay is your favourite?

In the lead-up to Roland Garros 2012 featured 20 of the best Australian achievements at the French major. Now we want to know which of these highlights is your favourite.

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And to refresh your memory, here’s the complete top 20 in chronological order.

Aussies at Roland Garros – the complete list

1933 Jack Crawford becomes the first Australian to win the Roland Garros men’s singles title

1951 Ken McGregor plays a marathon semifinal against South African Eric Sturgess

1953 Ken Rosewall wins the men’s singles title 12 months after winning the Roland Garros boys’ championships

1958 Mervyn Rose wins the singles final while Ashley Cooper and Neale Fraser take the doubles

1960–1965 Roy Emerson features in six consecutive winning doubles duos

1962 Margaret Smith wins her first major on foreign soil

1962 Rod Laver wins the men’s singles title on his way to his first calendar year Grand Slam

1963–1965 Three in a row for mixed doubles pair Margaret Smith and Ken Fletcher

1964 Margaret Smith sweeps Roland Garros

1965 Lesley Turner is singles and doubles champion

1965–1969 Stolle, Roche, Emerson, Rosewall and Laver headline five years of dominance

1968 Ken Rosewall wins singles and doubles at the age of 33

1969 Rod Laver salutes in Paris on his way to his second Grand Slam

1970 Margaret Court wins the French Open on her way to a calendar year Grand Slam

1971 Evonne Goolagong wins the first of her seven singles majors

1973 Margaret Court wins her 13th French Open crown

2000 Mark Philippoussis stuns Pete Sampras in the first round

2000 The Woodies win on clay to complete their career Grand Slam

2010 Sam Stosur defeats three No.1s on her way to the final

2011 Casey Dellacqua wins her first Grand Slam title in Paris