Roger Federer is playing the Parisian Slam for the first time since 2015. (Getty)

Each Grand Slam has their own unique qualities, some good and some bad. Roland Garros is one of the more interesting majors because it's so different from the other Slams from the proximity to the city to the surface of the courts. 

This year's French Open has so many new things, including the Reconstructed Court Philippe-Chatrier, a brand-new stadium named Court Simonne-Mathieu, and Roger Federer's return after four long years. 

A time-lapse of Court Simonne-Mathieu:

See how much you know about Roland Garros and how it compares to the other Slams.