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Digital Serve: Tuesday preview (2:14)
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17hKamakshi Tandon

Tandon: The bright, bold fashion of the Open

The year's French Open players are a very eclectic group, but they have one thing in common: They're going bold and bright with their choice of fashion.

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All-Swiss French Open quarterfinal preview (3:08)
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    IBM Insights: Serena's challenge

    Serena Williams has dominated nearly every opponent this season, but when it comes to clay, there are no guarantees she'll win.

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2dGreg Garber

Sock, partner Pospisil reach doubles quarters

On his day off from singles, 22-year-old Nebraskan Jack Sock made good use of his free time, advancing to the quarterfinals of the doubles competition.

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3dKamakshi Tandon

Tandon: Top French Open mishaps from Week 1

We've had some thrilling tennis throughout the first week of the French Open, but there have also been a few things that have gone terribly wrong.

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Career Grand Slam winner Hart dies at 89

Tennis great Doris Hart, who won each Grand Slam tournament at least once, and once won three Wimbledon titles in a single day, has died.

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Clear your Saturday calendars

American Pharoah's shot at the Triple Crown. French Open women's final. Stanley Cup finals. Memorial Tournament. World Cup soccer. Not a bad sports Saturday.

Not the quarterfinals you expected

No. 2 Maria Sharapova's loss today was just another example of the upset-filled nature of this year's women's French Open. So who's left? ESPN's Susie Arth chronicles the 8 survivors. Bacsinszky? Van Uytvanck? Who?

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Sock shows promise vs. Nadal

American Jack Sock had the gargantuan task -- impossible task, perhaps -- of beating clay king Rafael Nadal today. He did not accomplish this, but the 22-year-old more than held his own. Plenty of positives

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No women's repeat French champ, again

With defending champion Maria Sharapova losing Monday, there won't be a repeat women's French Open winner for an 8th straight year, the longest current streak among the Slams.

Djoker blows Gasquet off the court

Novak Djokovic defeated Richard Gasquet in straight sets 6-1, 6-2, 6-3 to advance to the quarterfinals of the French Open.

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