by Rob York
In the absence of yet another clash between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, the best Roland Garros final we could probably have asked for was this one, as Nadal seeks to overcome the only man to have ever beaten him on French clay... Read More »
by Tim Wood
We find ourselves once again talking about Serena Williams and a deflating loss at the French Open. It's sadly a long—term trend that became even more dramatic Wednesday when the No... Read More »
by Tim Wood
It was one of the most impressive runs in tennis history, but all records are meant to be broken. In losing to Sweden's Robin Soderling Tuesday in the French Open quarterfinal, Roger ... Read More »
by Nima Naderi
Roland Garros—Paris, France It's been wet, it's been slippery, it's required scarves and jackets, and if you listen close enough, Gael Monfils and Fabio Fognini are still arguing ... Read More »
by Sam Blum
As is the case before every major tennis tournament, there is a lot of excitement. There is a lot of excitement because there are 128 players, and 128 potential winners. There is no lead, there is only a vast sea of opportunities... Read More »
by JA Allen
The ladies prepare to do battle on the red clay of Stade Roland Garros as the 2010 French Open begins on Sunday. Questions abound concerning which players are fit to play—fully recovered from injuries, mentally and physically...
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- Who Will Take Over as Tennis' No. 1 Player?
- French Open Tennis: Men's Landscape Changing as Top Players Prove Vulnerable