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French Open: Maria Sharapova’s French affair

Maria Sharapova claimed her fifth Grand Slam, defeating Simona Halep in marathon encounter.


French Open: Maria Sharapova clinches title after marathon final

Halep bowed out after three hours and two minutes – the longest women’s final in Paris since 1996.


French Open: Simona Halep looks to avenge Madrid Open defeat against Maria Sharapova

Sharapova overwhelmed Romania’s Halep 1-6 6-2 6-3 in the Madrid Open final last month.


French Open: Maria Sharapova makes it 3/3

This is Sharapova’s 3rd consecutive French Open final after she defeated Bouchard 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 in the semis.


French Open: Roger Federer bites the dirt

Latvian Ernests Gulbis hands the Swiss champion his earliest exit at the French Open in a decade.


French Open: Roger Federer bows out

Federer has bowed out before quarters at three of last four majors, including fourth-round loss at U.S. Open.


French Open: There, but ‘back’ again

Nadal’s injury from Aus Open acts up again even as World No.1 matches French Open streak.


French Open: Been there, done that

For second time in his French Open career, Nadal owns a 31-match winning streak at the clay-court Grand Slam.


Strike Three: Agnieszka Radwanska out

Polish follows Serena and Li Na home, the first time since 1968 that top three seeds fail to reach Round Four.


French Open: Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer advance to fourth round

Djokovic won 6-3, 6-2, 6-7 (2), 6-4 against Cilic. Meanwhile, Federer defeated Tursunov 7-5, 6-7 (7), 6-2, 6-4.


‘Generation is walking away… but will not happen overnight’

Nadal’s French Open record stands at 61-1 currently and his dominance shows no sign of fading.


Level up: Rafael Nadal raises his game

Eight-time champion and holder dominates Australian Thiem in straight sets to move into third round.


French Open: Sisters’ day out

Defending champion Serena Williams loses 6-2, 6-2 in Round 2, follows sister Venus out of French Open.

No net gains for Somdev

To his credit, Devvarman has been trying to tweak his game. He has approached the net more often, shown a willingness to be the aggressor and reduced string tension to gain more hitting power.

Surprisingly, Wawrinka looked listless. More stunningly, he looked little like a guy who was seeded No. 3 behind Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic and proclaimed himself “one of the favourites” just a few days earlier. (Source: Reuters)

Melbourne heroes, Paris zeroes

Reigning Australian Open champions Li Na and Stan Wawrinka crash out in the first round of the French Open.