2002 French Open – Men's Singles

Men's Singles
2002 French Open
ChampionSpain Albert Costa
Runner-upSpain Juan Carlos Ferrero
Final score6–1, 6–0, 4–6, 6–3
WC Singlesmenwomen
WC Doublesmenwomen
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Gustavo Kuerten was the two-time defending champion, but lost in the fourth round to Albert Costa.

Feliciano López began his record run of 67 consecutive main draw appearances at this tournament. The run has been ongoing through to the 2018 US Open.

Costa won in his maiden Grand Slam final 6–1, 6–0, 4–6, 6–3, against compatriot Juan Carlos Ferrero, who was also in his first Slam final.


  1. Australia Lleyton Hewitt (Fourth round)
  2. Russia Marat Safin (Semifinals)
  3. Germany Tommy Haas (Fourth round)
  4. United States Andre Agassi (Quarterfinals)
  5. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (Second round)
  6. United Kingdom Tim Henman (Second round)
  7. Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (Fourth round)
  8. Switzerland Roger Federer (First round)
  9. Sweden Thomas Johansson (Second round)
  10. France Sébastien Grosjean (Quarterfinals)
  11. Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero (Final)
  12. United States Pete Sampras (First round)
  13. United States Andy Roddick (First round)
  14. Czech Republic Jiří Novák (Third round)
  15. Argentina Guillermo Cañas (Quarterfinals)
  16. Morocco Younes El Aynaoui (Second round)
  17. Spain Carlos Moyà (Third round)
  18. Spain Àlex Corretja (Semifinals)
  19. Sweden Thomas Enqvist (Second round)
  20. Spain Albert Costa (Champion)
  21. Argentina Juan Ignacio Chela (First round)
  22. Romania Andrei Pavel (Quarterfinals)
  23. France Fabrice Santoro (Second round)
  24. Germany Rainer Schüttler (Second round)
  25. Spain Tommy Robredo (Third round)
  26. Belarus Max Mirnyi (First round)
  27. France Nicolas Escudé (First round)
  28. Ecuador Nicolás Lapentti (First round)
  29. Argentina David Nalbandian (Third round)
  30. Netherlands Sjeng Schalken (Third round)
  31. Argentina Gastón Gaudio (Fourth round)
  32. Croatia Ivan Ljubičić (First round)
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