History was made at the 2020 French Open in Paris.
Rafael Nadal tied Roger Federer's record of 20 men's major singles titles and extended his own record to 13 French Open crowns as he took down Big Three rival Novak Djokovic in Sunday's men's final. It was Nadal's fourth straight title at Roland Garros, and he improved to 100-2 at the event.
On the women's side, 19-year-old Polish phenom Iga Swiatek defeated 2020 Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin on Saturday to become the youngest French Open women's champion since Monica Seles in 1992.
Here's all you need to know about this unusual French Open, postponed from May to September because of the coronavirus pandemic.
2020 French Open schedule
Dates: Sept. 27 through Oct. 11
French Open men's final: Nadal dominates Djokovic
Peter Bodo: Rafael Nadal won his 13th French Open, tied the men's all-time record with his 20th Grand Slam title and took down No. 1 Novak Djokovic, all without losing a set. Read
Social reaction: Athletes around the world honor Nadal, who made history with a dominant straight-sets victory over Djokovic to win his record-tying 20th major title. Read
Bodo: Djokovic, whose lone loss this year was the infamous US Open default, takes on Rafael Nadal, who is playing for a record-tying 20th Grand Slam singles title. What's not to love? Read
Bodo: Nadal, the "King of Clay," has bedeviled Djokovic six times in seven meetings and won 12 of his 19 Grand Slam titles at Roland Garros. Read
French Open women's final: Swiatek shuts down Kenin
D'Arcy Maine: Polish teenager Iga Swiatek didn't drop a set to American Sofia Kenin -- or anyone, for that matter -- during her defining and historic French Open run. Read
Maine: Kenin has her sights set on becoming the French Open champion and, eventually, No. 1 in the world. She will do whatever it takes to make those dreams come true. Read
French Open Week 2
Bodo: What will it take for Diego Schwartzman and Stefanos Tsitsipas to take down the titans of men's tennis? Our experts break down the possibilities in Paris. Read
Maine: The French Open women's final four includes two major champions and two unexpected semifinalists -- a teen phenom and the ultimate Cinderella story. Read
Maine: There are two major winners (Sofia Kenin and Petra Kvitova) and a major contender in Elina Svitolina, but don't count out the unheralded -- and unseeded -- women in the 2020 French Open quarterfinals. Read
Maine: The loss of top seed Simona Halep was just part of the wild round of 16 in Paris in what is already the most unusual French Open. Read
Bodo: Players are making a strong case for electronic line calling at the French Open, citing a few examples of bad calls on the clay at Roland Garros in Week 1. Read
French Open Week 1 in review
Bodo: The youngest child of two former tennis pros and sibling to LPGA stars Jessica and Nelly, 20-year-old qualifier Sebastian Korda has advanced to the French Open's fourth round, where he'll face his idol, Rafael Nadal. Read
Bodo: Comparisons to the US Open's bubble approach were inevitable, but the French Open's "safe zones" and insistence on fans has impinged on some players' comfort zones. Read
Maine: Eugenie Bouchard spent the coronavirus hiatus wondering how she could improve her No. 330 ranking. Since returning, she has made the most of every point. Read
Maine: Serena Williams doesn't need to win another Grand Slam title -- or another match -- to cement her status as the greatest of all time in tennis. Read
Maine: Coco Gauff didn't let recent on-court struggles, an opening match against No. 9 seed Johanna Konta or difficult weather conditions, hold her back in Paris. Read
Bodo: Rafael Nadal has to deal with rust, a different court environment and, of course, tough competition at the 2020 French Open. He believes in himself. Read
French Open previews
Experts' picks: Rafael Nadal might seem the obvious pick, but Novak Djokovic is hungry for redemption. On the women's side, Simona Halep is fresh and is the overwhelming favorite to run the table in Paris. Read
Bill Connelly: The men's draw at Roland Garros favors Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Dominic Thiem, while on the women's side, it's anyone's game. Read
Bodo: The coronavirus restrictions in place at the French Open will seem familiar on the heels of the US Open, but there is one big difference: Fans are welcome in Paris to produce a more "open" Open. Read
Analysis: Simona Halep, the 2018 French Open champion, already has won twice on clay, while Novak Djokovic seeks redemption for his early US Open exit. Read
Bodo: Hawk-Eye Live, much revered at the US Open, has been approved as an electronic line-calling system for hard and grass courts but has yet to make its mark on clay. Read