Maria Sharapova has won 20 of her past 21 matches at Roland Garros. But she has a tricky opener against Kaia Kanepi.
Amelie Mauresmo says she is already "on the same page" with new assistant coach Jonas Bjorkman as Andy Murray gets set to begin his French Open campaign.
Simona Halep advanced in straight sets Sunday during first-round play at the French Open.
Fifth-seeded Kei Nishikori of Japan eased into the second round of the French Open on Sunday, beating French wild card Paul-Henri Mathieu 6-3, 7-5, 6-1.
After the Roger Federer incident, it didn't take people long to start talking Monica Seles -- and that's not a good thing.
Federer: Not happy about the selfie (0:42)
Jack Sock won this year's U.S. Clay Court Championship, while John Isner has played some good tennis on dirt. What do the stats say about their French Open chances?
French Open: Day 1 winners
French Open: Day 1 highlights
Five Things We Learned: Day 1 (1:56)
Novak or Rafa? Serena or Sharapova? Who will win the French Open? After polling our experts, we really have no clue.
Despite a lack of success in recent years by the U.S. men, John Isner and Jack Sock are putting an American twist on the clay-court game.
It goes without saying that the Big Four are the clubhouse leaders to win the French Open, but here are six other players who could challenge them.
British No.1 is fitter than ever and, according to former advisor Darren Cahill, has the fitness and form to make him a Roland Garros contender.
espnW at the French Open
Not a lot of people are looking at Carla Suarez Navarro going into the French Open, but her game -- and her one-handed backhand -- are worth watching.
Former world No. 1 says American star can surpass Margaret Court's 24 majors even as she faces up to life in her mid-30s.
It's a thing of beauty, say 20 stars, from Roger Federer to Chris Evert to Steffi Graf. More than any other shot, it's Serena Williams' serve that has her on the brink of Grand Slam title No. 20.
French Open draw
There will be plenty of star power on the red clay of Roland Garros in a few days' time, but it will pale in comparison to the collection of tennis players David Letterman had on his show.
Dominic Thiem held his nerves to win his first ATP tour title on Saturday as he completed a tight 6-7 (8), 7-5, 7-6 (2) victory over fourth-seeded Leonardo Mayer in the final of the Open de Nice.
Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil won the revived Geneva Open title on Saturday, beating sixth-seeded Joao Sousa of Portugal 7-6 (4), 6-4.
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Tiafoe after getting rolled 1st 2 sets has life early in the 3rd set up 3-0 on Klizan
Berdych gets started at French Open
Tomas Berdych gets today's action at Suzanne Lenglen going with his first-round match against Yoshihito Nishioka. Berdych's best finish at the French came in 2010, when he reached the semifinals. Watch live on ESPN2/WatchESPN
Federer incident raises questions
After a young fan made his way to center court for a selfie with Roger Federer at the French Open, it didn't take people long to start talking Monica Seles -- and that's not a good thing, Peter Bodo writes. An apology not enough
Wawrinka cruises past Ilhan
Stan Wawrinka broke Marsel Ilhan five times to win in straight sets in the opening round at Roland Garros.