Kim Clijsters mastered the majors in her second stint on tour. But the story of the queen of comebacks had a much different ending at Roland Garros.
Never too early to be thinking about next year -- especially for Maria Sharapova, who was trounced once again in Istanbul.
Whether it's the late-night controversy at the French Open or his Paris Masters heroics, one thing is for sure: Gael Monfils always puts on a show.
The season's Slams might be behind us, but we encourage the top-10 players to take the rest of the year to get their priorities in order.
What can we glean from the just-wrapped 2010 French Open? Among other things: When she bowed out of the semifinals because of injury, Elena Dementieva saw her Grand Slam ship sail.
It didn't work out for Robin Soderling at the French Open, but his compatriots better be aware of his huge game and dogged determination.
Apprehension. Nerves. Tension. That, in a nutshell, describes Roger Federer when faced against his foremost rival, Rafael Nadal.
It's been a long time since a Williams sister won the French Open. So why should this year be any different?
Yes, there's reason for optimism for the American men this year, but that doesn't necessarily translate into wins.
Remember when the French Open invariably yielded surprise winners (thanks, Rafa)? That might not be the case anymore, but there are a few under-the-radar players who might have something to say.
What are the chances that we see a Roger-Rafa French Open final? A lot better considering the plentiful names in the game who have withdrawn.
Andy Murray's top priority at the French Open should be to gain enough momentum for the tournament that matters most to his fan base -- Wimbledon.
Is it more likely that Novak Djokovic will retire from a match at the French Open or win the event? Ravi Ubha has an inkling.
There are a dozen reasons Jelena Jankovic won't win the French Open. But there are a dozen why she could.
Robin Soderling will always be remembered as the guy who ended Rafa's reign at Roland Garros. But that was then. What's in store this year?
The French contingent have been waiting and waiting for one of their own to break through at Roland Garros. Well, it's quite apparent that wait will continue, writes Ravi Ubha.