The 2015 French Open is still in the very beginning stages, with the first round in both the men's and women's draws unfurling. The tournament completed 57 matches during Monday's action, so there were a ton of results to keep trackShow More Summary
MIKE DICKSON IN PARIS: Nobody could accuse British tennis of rolling out the red carpet for Aljaz Bedene, the new national men’s No 2.
Those searching for early chaos and exciting play at the 2015 French Open finally got what they wanted on Monday in the continuation of first-round action. While there weren't any seismic upsets, Monday's action at least produced more...Show More Summary
At long last, the top seeds are on the verge of taking to the courts and beginning their play Tuesday at the 2015 French Open. Most of the first round is already in the books, but we won't truly be able to assess how the draws look after Round 1 until the top dogs step onto the Roland Garros courts. Show More Summary
Sloane Stephens continued her big match Grand Slam prowess knocking Venus Wlliams out of the French Open.
British No 2 Johanna Konta was determined to see the positives after a tight 7-6, 4-6, 6-2 loss to Denisa Allertova in the first round of the French Open at Roland Garros on Monday.
First-round action continued on Monday at the French Open, with plenty of big names hitting the court and a few upsets sprinkled throughout the day to keep things interesting. Below we'll take a look at the results, highlights and break down the day's action. Men's Results Women's Results Recap No. Show More Summary
Defending champion Maria Sharapova came through her first round match unscathed as she saw off the challenge for Spain's Kaia Kanepi 6-2 6-4.
Kyle Edmund ensured there will be two Britons in the second round of the men's French Open draw after coming through an almighty tussle with Frenchman Stephane Robert on Court Seven.
Former world No 2 Agnieszka Radwanska crashed out of the French Open in the first round as she lost 6-2, 3-6, 6-1 to Germany's Annika Beck.
The superstar lineup on display at the 2015 French Open continued to dazzle Monday, where the likes of Andy Murray, Tomas Berdych and Gael Monfils were among the victors. Murray overcame the challenge of Facundo Arguello to emerge with a 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 win, while No. Show More Summary
Fourth seed Tomas Berdych eased into the second round at the French Open with a 6-0 7-5 6-3 victory over Japanese qualifier Yoshihito Nishioka on Monday.
World No 3 Andy Murray continued his stunning run of clay-court form with a comfortable victory over Argentina's Facundo Arguello at the French Open on Monday. He won in straight sets in Paris.
Heather Watson is into round two following a 6-4 7-5 win over France's Mathilde Johansson. The British number one could now face Venus Williams in the second round.
Maria Sharapova will not provide the first major upset of the 2015 French Open—at least not yet. Sharapova moved through her opening-round matchup with Kaia Kanepi in straight sets, finishing off the Estonian Monday 6-2, 6-4 in under...Show More Summary
New Brit Aljaz Bedene could not get the unusually large GB challenge at the French Open off to a winning start when he lost his first Grand Slam match under the union flag.
The 2015 French Open is the ultimate proving ground for slow-court and baseline tennis. It's also a unique title opportunity for different players who have different kinds of motivations. Whether it's Rafael Nadal looking to continue...Show More Summary
The best tennis players in the world have descended upon Roland Garros' clay courts, and after a long winter and spring, it's finally time for the French Open to begin. This year's tournament is shaping up to be one for the ages. For the women, Serena Williams is going for her 20th Grand Slam, and Maria Sharapova is trying to defend her 2014 title. Show More Summary
The 2015 French Open draw is out, and the madness begins. Roland Garros, the seat of red-clay royalty, will feature 128 of the world’s best players serving, sliding and surviving through gruelling conditions, ranging from fickle weather...Show More Summary
Roger Federer has already booked his place in the second round of the 2015 French Open. He's been joined by Stanislas Wawrinka and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Now it's the turn of Andy Murray and Tomas Berdych to make their mark in Paris. The...Show More Summary