PARIS – Despite a whirlwind 48 hours, Genie Bouchard had no problems getting through to the French Open’s second round on Monday.
Tough losses for both Canadians.
Dimitrov, already gone. And more bad news for Haas.
PARIS – The men’s doubles already gets under way today.
PARIS – Sometimes, there’s an extra kick to the women’s doubles draw at a Grand Slam, when the Williams sisters decide to team up.
PARIS – The last two times Canadian Daniel Nestor and partner Nenad Zimonjic played the Bryan brothers – both this month – they beat them.
PARIS – Updated rankings for just about all the Canadian players you’ve ever heard of – and some you haven’t.
A very eventful day.
However much press Genie Bouchard is getting, the French aren’t too impressed. Court 5 🙂
PARIS – No change in the top 10; actually, no change in the top 16 as the French Open gets under way.
PARIS – The big news, of course, is that the win in Nürnberg moves Genie Bouchard up to a new career-best No. 16.
PARIS – Four Canadians will be in action on a jam-packed first full day at Roland Garros.