From Serena's dominance to the strong showing of other U.S. players, here are 10 takeaways from the women's draw in Paris.
From Rafael Nadal's improbable shot between his legs, to Serena Williams' blistering serves to Venus Williams' sad exit, the French Open produced memories for a lifetime.
Everything was go swimmingly for Rafael Nadal -- until a protestor disrupted play.
At 31, Serena Williams has elevated her game to a new level, vanquishing all comers on all surfaces. And her journey isn't over.
David Ferrer has waited a long (long!) time to reach a major final. Now he gets his shot.
Long before there were such things as foodies, Top Chef reality shows or networks devoted to food, there was Julia Child's French cooking programs on PBS.
With a new coach and sharper focus, Serena Williams has been sculpting a masterpiece leading to the French Open final.
Serena Williams is on a roll heading into the French Open final. The only person in her way: defending champ Maria Sharapova.
Despite concerns about her fitness, Taylor Townsend finished 2012 as the top-ranked juniors player and has earned a quarterfinals berth in the juniors draw at the French Open.
Maria Sharapova outlasted a longtime rival and Victoria Azarenka swept a close friend to advance to a semifinal matchup with each other.
Facing yet another French Open quarterfinal loss, Serena Williams stayed positive and rallied from 0-2 down in the third set to defeat Svetlana Kuznetsova.
The U.S. sent four women into the fourth round in Paris. Unfortunately, the three who played Monday all lost in straight sets.
From Serena Williams' 28th straight win to Roger Federer advancing to a 36th consecutive quarterfinal, it was just another day at Roland Garros.
After bowing out in the first round last year, Serena Williams is on a mission to win this French Open and is tearing through opponents in convincing fashion.
Martina Navratilova has a few words for gay marriage protesters disrupting everyday life in Paris, where France legalized gay marriage.
Although the last of the U.S. men have bid adieu to Roland Garros, four American women have advanced to the second week and make up a quarter of the field left in the French Open.