French Open 2011 Features
In Rafa, Roger meets the Man with The Iron Chin
This time, it felt less like "au revoir" and more like farewell for Roger Federer. What may have been the great man's last best chance to beat Rafael Nadal at the French Open has come and gone.
Li's French Open victory shows benefits of freedom
On the table in front of her, the French Open trophy glittered. Bold Chinese characters on her T-shirt read: "Sport changes everything."
Bartoli breaks mental barriers at French Open
A month before the French Open, Marion Bartoli was persona non grata in Paris.
Schiavone and Li in one for the ages
Francesca Schiavone of Italy will defend her French Open title at Roland Garros on Saturday against China's Li Na in a tantalising clash of style between two veterans of the courts.
Murray reaches first French Open semifinal
Fourth-seeded Andy Murray reached the French Open semifinals by beating Juan Ignacio Chela 7-6 (2), 7-5, 6-2 Wednesday, but he's not particularly happy with his game ahead of his match against five-time champion Nadal.
Maria Sharapova closing in on career Grand Slam
Everything came so quickly for Maria Sharapova at the start of her tennis career. Wimbledon champion at age 17. Ranked No. 1 at 18. Second major title at 19, third at 20.
When top-stars took the early flight out
Maybe all the pre-tournament "anyone could win" chatter about the women's championship at Roland Garros was right. After all, No. 3 Vera Zvonareva's loss in the fourth round Sunday, following earlier exits by No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki and No. 2 Kim Clijsters, makes this year's French Open the first in the Open era with none of the top three seeded women in the quart...
Great to be back, says Clijsters after Paris exile
Kim Clijsters admitted it was great to be back at Roland Garros for the first time in five years, a return marked by a straight sets win in the French Open first round.
New Ball at Roland Garros causes a stir
Roger Federer cruised into the French Open second round on Monday and then hit out at the decision by Roland Garros organisers to introduce new balls at the tournament.