Serena sole American left standing
Last year, Venus Williams was the last American standing -- from either draw -- at the French Open. This year, it's her sister Serena who is the lone American left playing tennis in Paris.
PARIS -- There are 48 men and women left in the singles competitions at Roland Garros. Only one is an American.
There are, for example, eight Spanish and eight Russian players still alive and the sometimes tennis-challenged host country has a bounty of four. Even Italy (three) and Slovakia (two), of all places, have more than the vast nation that is the United States. And consider that residents (not necessarily citizens) of Geneva, Switzerland (Marion Bartoli, Amelie Mauresmo and Carlos ...
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2007 FRENCH OPEN
May 27-June 10
Women: Justine Henin
Men: Rafael Nadal
• Henin wins third straight title
• DeSimone: Henin's personal journey
• Garber: Third set hard to come by in final
• Top 10 facts about Henin
• Federer-Nadal daily watch
• Making the case for Rafa, Roger
• It's Federer vs. Nadal in French Open final
• Garber: Another record for Roger
• DeSimone: Rafa rolling toward third final
• DeSimone: Ivanovic coach-free for final
• Who will win women's final?