1993 French Open – Women's Singles

1993 French Open – Women's Singles

Monica Seles was the defending champion, but she was unable to compete due to being stabbed the previous month.

Steffi Graf won her first French Open since 1988, defeating Mary Joe Fernández in the final. Following this tournament, Graf recaptured the World No. 1 ranking.

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