Henin, Williams, Safina move to round two of RG

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On the rainy first day of the French Open, four players advanced to the second round: the defending champion and three-time Roland Garros winner Justine Henin, the 2002 French Open winner Serena Williams, Dinara...

Can Mauresmo win Roland Garros?

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World No.5 has a lot of achievements to be proud of - two Grand Slam titles, 25 WTA Tour events, a Fed Cup, and four years in the top five. Still, at her home...

Golovin pulls out of Roland Garros

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Tatiana Golovin, ranked 17th in the world, had to withdraw from her home Grand Slam tournament which starts on Sunday. The French No. 2 hasn't recovered from a right-foot injury she received during Fed...

Justine ready for Roland Garros

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The top-ranked player in the world announced on her website that she is physically fit and ready for Roland Garros which starts on Sunday. She has no more injuries. Respiratory problems she had...

Hingis pulls out of Roland Garros

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Martina Hingis withdrew from the French Open, the only Grand Slam she hasn't won in her career. After losing to compatriot Patty Schnyder in Berlin, Martina admitted having back and hip injuries. World No. 6...

Williams, Kuznetsova Henin’s biggest challengers in Paris

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The players that pose the biggest threat to the 2003, 2005, and 2006 French Open winner, Justine Henin, are Serena Williams and Svetlana Kuznetsova. The American, who won Roland Garros in 2002, hasn't played much,...

Sharapova, Hingis doubtful for French Open

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Maria and Martina have both suffered injuries and they are considering whether or not to compete in Roland Garros which starts on 27 May. The Russian hasn't played since March when she lost to Serena...

Serena’s grand plans

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Serena Williams ended 2006 ranked 95th, now she's world No.12. And not only that, she already has two important titles in 2007 - the Australian Open and the Sony Ericsson Open. However, Serena's ambitions...