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Five Things We Learned: Day 4 (2:25)
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    IBM Insights: The day Rafael Nadal lost

    Six years ago, it took a pretty special effort from Robin Soderling to knock off Rafael Nadal -- the Spaniard's only career loss at the French Open.

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Nadal requests umpire not work his matches

PARIS -- Rafael Nadal has asked the ATP that chair umpire Carlos Bernardes not be assigned to his matches for the time being because of a dispute between the two at a tournament in February.

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Venus fined at French Open after media snub

PARIS -- Venus Williams has been fined $3,000 by tournament organizers for not showing up at a news conference following her first-round exit at the French Open.

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Could Stosur upset Sharapova?

Big-hitting Australian Samantha Stosur is on a seven-match winning streak and has cruised so far in Paris. And her next opponent, Maria Sharapova, who has become almost Rafa-like at Roland Garros, is feeling under the weather. Upset brewing?

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Federer happy with security this time

With no overt breeches of security this time out, Roger Federer cruised in his second-round match over Marcel Granollers at the French Open. Four security guards courtside

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Legendary champ's improved outlook

Roger Federer isn’t the same caliber clay player as Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, but here are five reasons why he could win the French Open. Five for Federer

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Play stopped for the day with Kohlschreiber holding a 4-2 lead in the fifth set over Andujar. They will resume Thursday. #RG15

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At 9 pm in Paris, No. 22 Kohlschreiber forces a fifth set after having dropped the first two against Andujar, #RG15

Recapping the French in 60 seconds

Recap Day 4 at the French Open in just 60 seconds, including a huge upset, two dazzling backhands and an under-the-weather Maria Sharapova cruising in straight sets.

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Age hasn't slowed Bryan brothers

Bob and Mike Bryan are 37 years old, but they keep winning and winning and ... winning. 17th Slam title in sight

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French Open preview: Day 5

Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal continue their quest for the French Open title, but one of them could be in deep trouble. Serena? She's playing a qualifier -- she'll be fine. Bodo: What's at stake

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Granollers' not top play

Marcel Granollers attempted, and failed miserably, at a trick shot during his second-round match against Roger Federer.

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Hingis wins 1st French doubles match in 15 years

Martina Hingis teamed with Sania Mirza to win their first-round doubles match today. The last time the 34-year-old Hingis played doubles in Paris was in 2000 when she won the title with Mary Pierce. Hingis: "I had enough of a break, so I'm fresh again."

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HIGHLIGHT: Federer rolls to 3rd round

No. 2 seed Roger Federer dispatches Marcel Granollers 6-2, 7-6 (1), 6-3 to advance to the third round of the French Open.

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Caple: Lucic-Baroni has day's biggest upset

Many experts were picking Simona Halep to win her first Grand Slam at the French Open, but a resurgent Mirjana Lucic-Baroni didn't get that memo, sending the 2014 runner-up home in the second round. A wrench in the plans

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