Rain, racquets and a freshly baked cake - a taste of the 2013 French Open
Despite heavy rains playing spoilsport on the first few days, the 2013 French Open has delivered it's fair share of intrigue, excitement and colour. The crowds have not been cowed at the second Grand Slam of the year.
Rafael Nadal is synonymous with clay courts and the French Open. The Spaniard has won 7 titles at Roland Garros, to make him the unmatched King of Clay.
Rain played spoilsport on the opening few days at Roland Garros, which led to complaints by players over scheduling.
Ball-boys do need rest as well! Seen here is one of the many at Roland Garros, taking a nap during a rain stoppage.
Leonardo DiCaprio was in attendance in Paris, enjoying a men's singles match between Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France and Viktor Troicki of Serbia.
On his 27th birthday on June 3rd, Rafael Nadal was presented with a humongous cake after defeating Kei Nishikori to reach the quarterfinals.
Mikhail Youzhny smashed his racquet 9 times after a loss to Tommy Haas. Splinters spiralled into the air, while ball boys ran for cover.