Day 2 of the French Open is complete.
Unlike most majors, the French Open doesn't necessarily award the more talented player. The clay surface gives gritty defensive players a fighting chance to pull a big upset in any given round. Clay causes the ball to slow down and pop up, making more shots hittable.
Many European players grow up playing on the surface, giving them the "home-court advantage" over a player that may beat them on a traditional hard court. There were no mind-boggling upsets on Day 2, but some matches didn't result as many expected.
Here's a list of the top three winners and losers from Day 2, in no certain order.