The main problem is that Roland-Garros is too small, comparing to the 3 other slams, and hasn't been modernized early enough, comparing to the AO and Wimbledon.
Now the plan to enlarge Roland-Garros, which involves large costs of course, comes too late, and also they chose to stay inside Paris, which leads to a very restricted plan and to all kinds of law problems.
Then the players' demand to increase the prize money really arrived at a bad moment for the French Tennis Federation's plan.
They're really in a mess now.
duong you're being a baby, ROland Garros operates fine every year, and unlike US OPen (the tournament with so called great amenities and prize money) schedules well and is not always playing into a 3rd week
tennis players get paid enough as it is, they fucking hit a ball over a net for gods sake, don't need you or some idiotic players whining about it.
as another poster mentioned it's clownish and unecessary to add millions more for someone winning the title and later stages, earlier stages is the only place where it's needed
Roland Garros has history and is fine where it is
there are enough courts, there is never scheduling problems, and the stadiums are large enough.
you and dumbass Justin Gimlestob are finding faults in the wrong things, the French is very well organized and $$$$ should not be the #1 priority always in sport
superficially in the background maybe, but you're being inane to claim that the French is doing bad for itself, it's organized 10x better than the US open and no amount of prize money will change that