MIKE DICKSON IN PARIS: She will be 34 at the end of this summer but Serena Williams is still armed with what John McEnroe describes as ‘the single biggest weapon in the history of tennis’.
Heather Watson’s overall love of the French capital now extends to a love of Parisian cuisine, but she is still focusing on her first round at Roland Garros on Sunday.
OLIVER HOLT: Roger Federer is my favourite sportsman and yet when the French Open begins in Paris on Sunday, I'll be rooting for Rafa Nadal. We don't want the golden era of tennis to end.
The French Open begins again Sunday with Roger Federer as the main attraction.
The clay courts of Roland Garros are being hosed down in anticipation of the 2015 French Open's commencement Sunday, and some of the field's top stars will be in action. You won't find either of the top seeds slated to play in Day 1,...Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal's performance at the French Open could dictate the direction of the rest of the Spaniard's career, according to two-time champion at Roland Garros Jim Courier.
Serena Williams is the greatest female player of all time regardless of whether she breaks the record for grand slam victories, according to former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli.
British number one Heather Watson admits she has to have the courage to be more aggressive if she wants to go past the second round of the French Open for the first time in Paris.
The year's second Grand Slam is nearly in full swing, as the first service ball to be tossed into the Paris air Sunday will signal the start of the 2015 French Open. Qualifying has already been going on for some time, but the biggest contenders for the title have known just how tough of a road is ahead ever since the Friday morning draw. Show More Summary
The 2015 French Open begins Sunday, with reality starting to sink in that this could be the year Rafael Nadal's reign begins to end. The Spaniard knew he would be in for a fight to win his sixth straight at Roland Garros after a poor start to 2015, and that materialized in the draw. Show More Summary
It’s Grand Slam time once again, as the French Open takes centre stage at Roland Garros, with all eyes on the big four of men’s tennis. Rafael Nadal has dominated this tournament for the past decade, but he could well face his toughest test yet in the French capital after coming into the tournament as the No. Show More Summary
Andy Murray believes he is in the best clay-court form of his career as the British number one pursues a first French Open title in Paris, but Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are in his side of the draw
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
When the French Open slides across the baseline, one thinks of the constants in life: death, taxes and Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros. That tide could be receding this year and that’s Parisian accordion music to one Roger Federer’s ears. Show More Summary
Has any tennis player ever faced a challenge as complex and fundamentally bizarre as the one staring Rafael Nadal in the face right now? Has anyone ever stood gazing at a mountain that has been as familiar, friendly, and tractable, yet...Show More Summary
The best tennis players in the world have descended upon the clay courts of Roland Garros, 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. Show More Summary
Arduous. There's no other way to describe Rafael Nadal's French Open draw. To lift his 10th crown in Paris, the King of Clay will be tested like never before. The question is whether the familiar surroundings of Court Philippe Chatrier can still imbue him with his old magic. It's odd to look at Nadal's name and see a No. Show More Summary
Something has to give at the 2015 French Open. Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are both ranked No. 1 in the world, but Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova have been dominant forces at Roland Garros. The world’s top-ranked players must...Show More Summary
The 2015 French Open kicks off on Sunday. The draws for season's second major are now set and, as always, some players should be more happy about the road that lies ahead than others. It's a factor that's often overlooked when it comes...Show More Summary
Serena Williams admits the elbow injury that forced her to withdraw from the Italian Open last week is still causing her pain as the American begins her pursuit of a third French Open title.