Carlos Alcaraz has quickly become a favorite at Roland Garros. On Day 1, he played like it
One year ago, he exited Paris as just another young hopeful after a third-round defeat. Now, that result feels as if it happened in another era entirely.
While former champions Rafael Nadal and Iga Swiatek headline back-to-back matches on Philippe-Chatrier, Amanda Anisimova and Naomi Osaka's blockbuster first-round clash kicks off action on Suzanne-Lenglen.
Is the 2016 French Open women's champion in danger of falling at the first hurdle against her Estonian opponent?
While the men’s draw has a trio of clear favorites, the women’s has just one.
With Carlos Alcaraz and Alexander Zverev also in the top half, can 2021 runner-up Stefanos Tsitsipas capitalize on his softer side of the draw?
Novak Djokovic said he feels “fresh” and “sharp” after winning his first title of 2022 in Rome and putting his season’s rocky start behind him. Will it be enough to catapult him to an even bigger win in Paris?
“This time, I wanted to put pressure on my opponent from beginning to end,” said the world No. 1. That’s exactly what she did on Saturday to reach the Rome final for the second year in a row.