Serena Williams struggled in her second-round match at the French Open, but at least she showed some passion, which is more than we can say about Caroline Wozniacki.
Serena escapes second round
Serena discusses 'bad' performance
What went wrong for Serena in first set
espnW at the French Open
After 13 losses in Round 1 of the French Open, American women rebounded in the second round, going 4-0 with wins by Serena Williams, Irina Falconi, Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens.
Given John Isner's clay-court success this year, it's understandable why he's so upset with his early dismissal from the French Open.
Through two matches, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are in lockstep, making their probable quarterfinal showdown that much more intriguing.
Six years ago, it took a pretty special effort from Robin Soderling to knock off Rafael Nadal -- the Spaniard's only career loss at the French Open.
British No.1 rallies to 12th-straight win on clay to reach French Open third round, despite being hit with two time violations at Roland Garros.
Many experts were picking Simona Halep to win her first Grand Slam at the French Open, but a resurgent Mirjana Lucic-Baroni sent the 2014 runner-up home in the second round.
After getting overcome with emotion from upsetting Simona Halep at the US Open last August, Mirjana Lucic-Baroni was more composed when she did it again Wednesday.
She quotes Freud and Goethe and loves music as much as match points. Meet Andrea Petkovic, the brightest star on the WTA Tour.
After a 15-year absence, Martina Hingis once again played -- and won -- a women's doubles match at the French Open.
With no overt breaches of security this time, Roger Federer cruised in his second-round match at the French Open.
Federer talks second-round win
Fed hits rare two-handed backhand
Fed, Granollers trade drop shots
At the French Open on Wednesday, 41-year-old Leander Paes hit a career milestone when he won his 700th doubles match.
Andy Murray is relishing the opportunity to act as mentor to some of tennis' brightest young stars.
The Bryan brothers are 37 years old, but they keep winning and winning and ... winning.
Although most Americans in the French Open field are already prepping for the lawns of Wimbledon, Steve Johnson is continuing to show his clay-court prowess.
PARIS -- Rafael Nadal has asked the ATP that chair umpire Carlos Bernardes not be assigned to his matches for the time being because of a dispute between the two at a tournament in February.
PARIS -- Venus Williams has been fined $3,000 by tournament organizers for not showing up at a news conference following her first-round exit at the French Open.
You think your Memorial Day travel was bad? From seedy hotels to no hotel to no bags, tennis players share the nightmares from their lives on the road.
Garber: Isner expected longer French run
Given John Isner's clay-court success this year, it's understandable why he's so upset with his early dismal from the French Open. 'Going out early sucks'
Americans stick around in Paris
After 13 losses in Round 1 of the French Open, American women rebounded in the second round, going 4-0 with wins by Serena Williams, Irina Falconi, Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens. Recapping the day
Howard Bryant @hbryant42
Here's something you don't see in men's tennis: Jack Sock has 12 double faults.
Caple: The mystery of Serena
After dropping the first set to a player ranked 105th in the world, Serena Williams knows she'll have to shape up her game in a hurry to beat Victoria Azarenka. Clunker out of the way
Jeremy Chardy defeats the top-ranked American man, John Isner, 6-4 4-6 6-3 6-3. Meanwhile, Sock split the first two sets with Carreno Busta.
Murray moves on to 3rd round
Andy Murray needed one set more than the minimum, but he still took down Joao Sousa 6-2, 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 in his 2nd round match at the French Open.
Straight-set win for Sloane Stephens
The 22-year-old American dispatched Heather Watson 6-2, 6-4 in her second-round match at the French Open. She had 19 winners to just 7 for Watson.
Jim Caple @jimcaple
Serena Williams on her underwhelming win today: 'I definitely don’t think it could go worse ... The level I played was not professional.'
Brad Gilbert @bgtennisnation
All sorts of good matches going on late in the day, enjoying channel surfing
Djoker plays through pain
Despite hampered movement, Novak Djokovic is up two sets and 5-4 in the third set against Luxembourg's Gilles Muller. Follow live
Nadal continues French cruise
Rafael Nadal improved to 68-1 all-time at the French Open with an easy 6-4, 6-3, 6-1 win over fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro. Nadal is now 19-2 against his fellow countrymen.
Djokovic struggling with groin injury
Novak Djokovic stretches during the break between the 2nd and 3rd sets. Djokovic called an injury timeout late in the 2nd set. He is up 2-1 in the 3rd. Follow live
Djokovic recovers to win 2nd set
No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic needed an injury timeout late in the second set of his match with Gilles Muller. Follow live
Chris Evert: Serena good enough to win
"Serena is a slow starter. We've seen that the last couple of years. She came out and looked like it was going to be a big effort for her. ... I don't think she was thrilled with the performance, but it was good enough to win."
Djokovic takes first set
Novak Djokovic made quick work in the first set of his second-round match against Gilles Muller, winning 6-1 in 23 minutes. Follow live
A Schiavone-Kuznetsova marathon again
Svetlana Kuznetsova and Francesca Schiavone seem to bring out the best -- or is it the worst? -- in each other. They added another chapter to their story today with a 3-hour and 50-minute match. Garber: Result a surprise?