The following article is from an Australian newspaper, "The Sydney Morning Herald" and is about how French Open champions go on to have little to no success in the other Grand Slams (especially Wimbledon) thereby asserting that the French Open is pretty much the most worthless slam and its results and players the most forgettable because of how different its inconsistent its results are when looking at who the top players are and how they play at the other, more mainstream Grand Slams.
Article: "The French Open - Who Cares?":
What do you all think?
Personally, I think the French Open is the least important of the grand slams because it's played on Clay meaning that many of the world's best players can't produce their best or most consistent results, ie. Federer. And also, its out of step when compared to how the other grand slams are and its results are not considered very important in terms of how a player will go in other grand slams. It's a bit of an anamolie.