June 20th, 2010
“For the past two weeks, we’ve discussed a lot about my game,” Llodra said of Mauresmo. “She’s been a great help and she’s helped me to prepare for my matches so that I feel more comfortable when I go out on the court. I have to thank Amelie, it’s a pleasure to work with her.”
June 18th, 2010
World No. 1 Serena Williams actually has a difficult draw. She will start against the screamer Michelle Larcher de Brito, then probably meet former Top 10er Anna Chakvetadze in the second round. No. 25 Lucie Safarova or Dominika Cibulkova await after that, then a fourth-round showdown with Sharapova. Pencil in No. 9 seed Na Li to be waiting for Serena in the quarterfinals.
May 31st, 2010
Henin’s backhand wing collapsed in the third set against Stosur, producing a un-Henin-like flurry of unforced errors.
May 30th, 2010
In the resumption of a delayed match from the day before, Henin was immediately broken on serve to begin the third set in her match with Sharapova.
May 30th, 2010
Sean Randall recaps the men’s play from the French Open.
May 29th, 2010
Upsets finally hit the men’s draw, and especially hit the Spanish Armada.
May 28th, 2010
It’s been a long time coming, but Maria Sharapova and Justine Henin will renew their rivalry in Paris Saturday.
May 26th, 2010
Venus Williams and her commando dress has become the story of the French Open.
May 25th, 2010
“I was very, very happy to play on Suzanne Lenglen Court. I have a big memory there,” Date Krumm said. “In 1995, I beat Iva Majoli there, then played on Philippe Chatrier against Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario in the semifinals. I don’t like red clay so much, but today I beat Safina, so it’s a big, big memory again. Even if I lost, I’d still be very happy to be there — I’d be playing Safina on Suzanne Lenglen.”
May 24th, 2010
“I definitely didn’t feel good about it,” Serena said of the match. “At least I won. I think I’m still in the tournament. That’s what matters…I was practicing so well, and I’m doing so well in practice, and it just didn’t work for me today.”