1989 French Open – Men's Singles
Mats Wilander was the defending champion, but he was upset in the quarterfinals by Andrei Chesnokov. 17-year-old Michael Chang won the title, and as such broke the record for the youngest-ever Grand Slam – Men's Singles champion. Among his victories was a defeat of World No. 1 and three-time French Open champion Ivan Lendl, which is remembered as one of the most significant matches in French Open history.
What is 1989 French Open – Men's Singles subject of?
1989 French Open – Men's Singles is subject of 1989 French Open, French Open by year – Men's Singles and 1989 Grand Prix (tennis).