What is Court 18 at Roland Garros?
Court 18 is one of the smaller courts at the Roland Garros complex, which hosts the French Open tennis tournament. It has a capacity of 380 spectators and is often used for early-round matches featuring lower-ranked players. In recent years, Court 18 has seen its fair share of memorable matches, including a marathon five-setter between John Isner and Tommy Haas in the second round of the 2012 French Open. Isner ultimately emerged victorious in a match that lasted nearly five hours and was widely regarded as one of the most thrilling and closely contested matches of the tournament.