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It seems that the impossible has occurred: The nation's most congested city has become a model for traffic control.
Three Americans have qualified for the French Open for the first time since 1982, and another reached the main draw as a lucky loser on Friday.
The tennis world descends on the city of love in a sport where players aim to be loveless for the second major of the year: the French Open at Roland Garros.
Not so long ago, the introductions to my women's Grand Slam previews all had two words in common: "wide open." As late as the end of 2011, that's how the WTA draws always felt.
It is a known fact that the French Open has always been a tough task for Roger Federer .
Jack Sock of Lincoln, Neb., Denis Kudla of Arlington, Va., and Steve Johnson of Orange, Calif., all won their qualifying matches Friday to earn berths in the main draw at Roland Garros.
Defending French Open champion Rafael Nadal was drawn in the same half as world number one Novak Djokovic on Friday as the Spanish claycourt machine chases a record eighth title at Roland Garros.
Though Roland Garros has yet to get underway, some of the game's biggest stars are already dreaming of the green lawns of the All England Club.
Israeli tennis star Shahar Peer ranked 136 in the world will face world ranked number 4 Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland in the Roland Garros French Open this week.
British number one Laura Robson will meet former world number one Caroline Wozniacki in the first round of the French Open.
There seemed to be demons at play as well. Consider her fourth-round meltdown against Nadia Petrova at Wimbledon in 2009.
With a combined 47 singles Slam titles among them, Nike athletes Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova took part in a tennis exhibition at the Espace Clacquesin in Paris prior to the start of Roland Garros.
TSN and TSN2 deliver more than 100 hours of exclusive live coverage from the 2013 FRENCH OPEN, as Canada's Milos Raonic joins a star-studded field on the famous red clay courts of Roland Garros.
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Eugenie Bouchard from Canada, seen at a claycourt event earlier this year, will play at Roland Garros next week.
Watching Rafa Nadal churn his way through the claycourt season over the past few weeks, it seems nothing much has changed since his French Open triumph a year ago despite a lengthy injury layoff.