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February 22nd, 2019

The French Open Will Have A New Center Court This Year

The French Open will have a new Center Court in 2019, and they hope to have a roof next year.

Posted by Staff @ 10:07 am in French Open | 1 Comment »

January 20th, 2019

Federer Targets Return On Clay, Possibly Farewell On Clay?

Is Roger Federer’s farewell tour upon us?

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 11:12 pm in French Open | 5 Comments »

December 30th, 2018

Roger Federer Undecided On Clay Season, French Open

Roger Federer doesn’t rule out a return to the clay.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 1:03 pm in Clay Season, French Open | 2 Comments »

August 25th, 2018

Serena Williams Isn’t Fussed That The French Open Has Banned Catsuits

Serena Williams has a laugh about the catsuit controversy.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 10:52 pm in French Open, US Open | 71 Comments »

June 10th, 2018

Nadal Stomps Thiem For 11th French Open Title, 17th Grand Slam Victory

Rafael Nadal dominated Dominic Thiem for another French Open title.

Posted by Sean Randall @ 5:12 pm in French Open | 63 Comments »

June 9th, 2018

Halep Break Slam Duck, Beats Stephens for 1st Title at French Open

It is 10 years after Halep won the girls’ title at the French Open and 40 years since a Romanian won in Paris, following Virginia Ruzici in 1978.

Posted by Staff @ 11:24 pm in French Open | 12 Comments »

June 9th, 2018

2018 French Open Men’s Final Open Thread: Rafael Nadal v Dominic Thiem

Talk about the 2018 Men’s French Open final.

Posted by Staff @ 10:06 pm in French Open | 181 Comments »

June 9th, 2018

Rafael Nadal v Dominic Thiem For The French Open Title, Who’s The Pick?

Sean Randall makes his pick for the French Open final.

Posted by Sean Randall @ 6:31 pm in French Open | 5 Comments »

June 8th, 2018

Nadal Dominates Del Potro, Will Meet Thiem For French Open Title

On a very one-sided semifinal Friday at the French Open, both favorites rolled to victory setting up Rafael Nadal vs Dominic Thiem title match on Sunday. Under comfortable blue skies, Thiem opened the afternoon up against the surprise semifinalist Marco Cecchinato who had stunned Novak Djokovic on Tuesday. In this first tour meeting, Thiem jumped […]

Posted by Sean Randall @ 5:24 pm in French Open | 41 Comments »

June 7th, 2018

War of Mystifying Words as Halep, Stephens Face Off in French Open Final

So to summarize: Stephens is strong, she hits the ball, and it’s a match on clay.

Posted by Jeremy Davis @ 9:58 pm in French Open, Tennis | 73 Comments »

June 7th, 2018

Nadal v Del Potro, Thiem v Cecchinato In French Open SFs; Who’s The Pick?

Sean Randall previews and picks the French Open men’s semifinals.

Posted by Sean Randall @ 5:09 pm in French Open | 94 Comments »

June 6th, 2018

Muguruza Socks Sharapova, Lines Up Halep for Thursday Semis at French Open

“It wasn’t coming natural to me,” said Sharapova, who hasn’t seen much come back since serving a doping offense for a medication given to Russian soldiers before they took to the battlefield.

Posted by Jeremy Davis @ 6:58 pm in French Open, Tennis | 14 Comments »

June 5th, 2018

Keys and Stephens Win, Keep It Not-Weird Going Into French Open Semifinals

“We are not going to be weird and awkward and make it, like, weird for each other,” Stephens said. “I think everything will be normal. And then when we get on the court, it’s time to compete. It’s go time. Until then, we’re the same girls as always.”

Posted by Staff @ 6:01 pm in French Open, Tennis | 2 Comments »

June 5th, 2018

Djokovic Checked Out Of French By Cecchinato, Thiem Topples Zverev; Rafa Resumes Wed.

Who would believe it, Marco Cecchinato is in a Grand Slam semifinal.

Posted by Staff @ 4:35 pm in French Open | 143 Comments »

June 4th, 2018

Opinion: Serena Williams and Team Blew It at French Open

“It didn’t start before I got here,” she said. “The first time I felt it was against [Julia] Goerges in my last match. That’s when I started to feel it.”

Posted by Jeremy Davis @ 11:56 pm in French Open, Tennis | 2 Comments »