Day 9 at Roland Garros is complete.
As I've said many times before, this is the most grueling of any ATP tournament for any player who makes it to the second week. Playing back-to-back five-set matches can test the physical wherewithal of even the world's finest athletes.
Fabio Fognini was the tournament's first true victim, as he was forced to leave the tournament without being defeated on the court.
With the quarterfinals looming so close, you can almost taste them, and there are very few matches to select winners and losers from.
However, each match is highly contested, and many matches are won with one break each set. Also, the meaning of each win and loss from here on out holds so much more value.
Here are the top two winners and losers from Monday at the French Open.