Alex de Minaur crashed out of the French Open in straight sets, while Daria Gavrilova made a stunning return to grand slam tennis.Read More »
Former champion Stan Wawrinka crushed Andy Murray 6-1 6-3 6-2 at the French Open in an underwhelming battle between the two old rivals.
Cold and windy weather, empty stands and unhappy players were the order of the day at Roland Garros as the French Open got underway on Sunday.
Australian No.1 Alex de Minaur has suffered a first-round French Open loss but Daria Gavrilova and Astra Sharma are celebrating big wins in Paris.
John Millman has copped another unfortunate French Open draw but he still has time to think of his compatriots in Paris queuing up for spots in the top 100.
Top-seeded Romanian Simona Halep started slowly before hitting top gear against Spaniard Sara Sorribes Tormo to reach the second round of the French Open.
Shattered Australian No.1 Alex de Minaur has been unable to hide his frustrations after falling in the first round of the French Open in Paris.
Astra Sharma is celebrating the biggest win of her career but fellow Aussies Ajla Tomljanovic and Maddinson Inglis have suffered first-round French Open losses.
Belgian David Goffin is the first seed to crash out of the French Open in Paris, going down in straight sets to tournament debutant Jannik Sinner of Italy.
Victoria Azarenka has put the poor Paris weather and a tantrum behind her to book a spot in the French Open second round with victory over Danka Kovinic.
Jordan Thompson knows how tough it is to win on clay, so won't take his first-round opponent's horror 2020 form for granted in his French Open start.
One of six Australians in action on Sunday, Alex de Minaur is confident he can match 2018 French Open semi-finalist Marco Cecchinato on the Paris clay.
Alex de Minaur will spearhead the charge as one of six Australians in action on Sunday's opening day of the French Open in Paris.
Australian Alexei Popyrin has enlisted former world No.12 and renowned tour battler Dominik Hrbaty as coach to develop the mental side of his tennis game.
Former Australian No.1 Daria Gavrilova will play her first grand slam event in more than a year after learning to play with chronic foot injuries.
Australia's French Open tennis hopefuls have been handed challenging draws for the clay court grand slam starting on Sunday in Paris.
Rafael Nadal will begin his bid for a record-extending 13th French Open title against Egor Gerasimov, but faces a tough path to a potential place in the final.