There is nothing better than Paris during the end of May. The weather is finally warm, the famed outdoor cafe culture is back and, for the next two weeks, the world's greatest tennis players and best dirtballers compete for two weeks of thrilling clay-court action in tennis' toughest Grand Slam. The French Open is finally here.
As the first round approaches, numerous questions abound. Will Nadal capture his sixth trophy in the last seven tries? Can Novak Djokovic continue his perfect run and unseat Nadal for the third time in three matches on clay?
Before we start talking about the championship round however, there are a lot potential first-round upsets that loom large.
Could there be another shocking first-round upset such as when Luxembourg's Gilles Muller upset fourth-ranked Andy Roddick in the U.S. Open or when unranked American Vincent Spadea knocked off big-serving, 14th-ranked Brit Greg Rusedski at Wimbledon in 2000?
High seeds beware, here are 10 upset specials that may surprise a lot of people and wreck havoc on the draw.