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12:47 AM - Thursday, May 28, 2015
5/27/2015 - FOXSports.com News
PARIS (AP) Gael Monfils delivered one final ace, his 21st, and closed out his latest raucous, five-set victory on Court Philippe Chatrier to the delight of roaring, partisan spectators.
5/27/2015 - NYT / Ben Rothenberg
Karatantcheva was 15 when she reached the quarterfinals of the 2005 French Open, but soon after hit a low when she was suspended two years for doping.
5/27/2015 - NYT
Here's guessing French Open security guards will not allow a selfie-seeker — or anyone else, for that matter — get anywhere near Roger Federer following his second-round match today.
5/27/2015 - Bleacher Report / Scott Polacek
Superstars dominated Wednesday's storylines at the 2015 French Open, although they didn't all dominate on the actual court.    While mainstays such as Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova cruised through to the third round, No. 3 seed Simona Hale . . .
5/27/2015 - FOXSports.com News
Gael Monfils delivered one final ace, his 21st, and closed out his latest raucous, five-set victory on Court Philippe Chatrier to the delight of roaring, partisan spectators.
5/27/2015 - NYT / Ben Rothenberg
Halep, the No.3 seed and a finalist at Roland Garros last year, lost to 70th-ranked Mirjana Lucic-Baroni, who stunned Halep in similar fashion at the U.S. Open last summer.
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5/27/2015 - NYT / Christopher Clarey
Ernests Gulbis, Eugenie Bouchard and Simona Halep are all out of the tournament early after riding high in last year’s event.
5/27/2015 - NYT
Roger Federer avoided any more security scares as he moved smoothly into the third round of the French Open on Wednesday but danger still lurks in the bottom half of the draw, namely in the shape of Japan's Kei Nishikori.
5/27/2015 - Yardbarker
PARIS (AP) The Latest from the French Open --- 10.07 a.m. Venus Williams has been handed a $3,000 fine by tournament organizers for not showing up at a news conference following her first-round exit at the French Open. After the 15th-seede . . .
5/27/2015 - ESPN.com - Tennis
IBM Insights: The day Rafael Nadal lost
5/26/2015 - FOXSports.com News
PARIS (AP) Here's guessing French Open security guards will not allow a selfie-seeker - or anyone else, for that matter - to get anywhere near Roger Federer following his second-round match Wednesday.
5/27/2015 - Yardbarker
PARIS — Gael Monfils delivered one final ace, his 21st, and closed out his latest raucous, five-set victory on Court Philippe Chatrier to the delight of roaring, partisan spectators. An entertainer at heart, Monfils pounded his chest with his . . .
5/27/2015 - Bleacher Report / Sean Odonnell
The 2015 French Open's second-round action kicked off Wednesday, and No. 2 seeds Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova were on the courts at Roland Garros early. Federer emerged victorious by a score of 6-2, 7-6 (1), 6-3 against Marcel Granollers . . .
5/27/2015 - Concrete Elbow by Steve Tignor
Before each day of play at Roland Garros, we'll preview and predict three must-see matches. Rafael Nadal [6] vs. Nicolas Almagro “How’s Rafa look?” is the question of the week in the tennis world, and we’ll get our second answer on Thu . . .
5/27/2015 - NYT
Australian Nick Kyrgios was given another day off when his second round opponent Kyle Edmund withdrew from the French Open on Wednesday with an abdominal injury.
5/27/2015 - NYT
Former champion Ana Ivanovic avoided a second round upset at the French Open when the Serb battled back from a set down to beat lowly-ranked Japanese player Misaki Doi on Wednesday.
5/26/2015 - FOXSports.com News
PARIS (AP) Ah, the French Open, the time of year when a certain question is asked repeatedly by American tennis fans: Why can't the country's players, particularly the men, find success on red clay?
5/27/2015 - NYT
The odds were stacked against Damir Dzumhur becoming a professional tennis player when he was born in 1992 amid the siege of Sarajevo in a smashed city cut off from the world.
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