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What to look for Wednesday at the French Open
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PARIS (AP) - Five things to look for Wednesday at the French Open:
“We play each other, we both try to bring our best game just like in other matches, and I think we both know we have to play even better because it’s against each other,” Venus said after winning her opening match on Sunday.
The last time the sisters met at a major tournament was in the 2009 Wimbledon final. Serena won.
JOKING DJOKOVIC: Novak Djokovic might get a chance to renew his relationship with his ball-boy buddy in the second round.
Djokovic, who is known for sense of humor as well as his tennis skill, sat and chatted with a ball boy during a brief rain break in his first-round match. He later said he hoped the same ball boy would be back for his next match.
If the young man is from France, he may have a hard time cheering for Djokovic on Wednesday because the second-seeded Serb will be up against French player Jeremy Chardy.
MARIA’S MACAROONS: If Maria Sharapova needed an extra boost for her second-round match against Tsvetana Pironkova, she may look for inspiration from the nearest bakery.
The 2012 French Open champion is an avowed fan of macaroons, and said Monday her mood can influence how many she eats.
“I usually allow myself a couple here and there, but on tougher occasions I allow myself more than usual,” Sharapova said after winning her opening match.
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