Day 8 at Roland Garros is complete.
As the tournament wages on, there are fewer matches to be played on a day-to-day basis. The tournament starts with 128 athletes in each singles draw and has been whittled down to under 16 players.
The women's side has experienced the most upsets, with the top three seeds having been knocked out. In men's singles, the top five seeds are still in action. Tomas Berdych, the No. 6 seed, was taken out in the first round, and that looks like it'll be the biggest upset of the tournament, with only four unseeded players remaining on the men's side.
With only seven matches completed on Sunday, here are the top two winners and losers on the first day of the second week.