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Latest Roland Garros Items
Caroline Wozniacki was happy to win her first clay-court tournament of the season at the Family Circle Cup. That didn't keep the world's No. 1 player from looking ahead to a major prize - the French Open.
The French Open is staying at Roland Garros, which the French Tennis Federation says it will renovate instead of moving the clay-court Grand Slam elsewhere.
Let others think what they want. Roger Federer considers his 2010 "a very successful season," one that began with an Australian Open championship and ended with a victory over rival Rafael Nadal for the title at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
Now, the names opposite Roger Federer's in the bracket will start looking more familiar.
Tennis star Venus Williams hopes her failure at the French Open will spur her on to success at Wimbledon next week.
Williams was cruising against her 35-year-old opponent in Paris when everything went awry.
Richard Gasquet withdrew from the French Open yesterday because of a left knee injury.
PARIS - Richard Gasquet withdrew from the French Open yesterday because of a left knee injury.
Tennis' second Grand Slam of the year