Maria Sharapova knows life without tennis. And she has no intention on revisiting that gloomy place again.
Maria Sharapova joins elite company by becoming only the tenth woman in the Open era to win a career Grand Slam.
Does Sara Errani have a chance against Maria Sharapova, one of the sport's titans? Five things to know about the French Open final.
Thursday marked the first Ladies' Day at Roland Garros, but in all the pink trappings -- the court, the manis, the champagne -- the French Tennis Federation only proved it struggles with patriarchal ideals as the rest of French culture.
Maria Sharapova has battled back from a major injury to reach her first French Open final, which will make her No. 1 again and give her a shot at a career slam.
A calm Maria Sharapova and an erratic Petra Kvitova took different routes to French Open victories and will meet in the semifinals.
Not the tallest players, Sara Errani and Samantha Stosur use other gifts to win and set up a meeting in the semifinals.
Varvara Lepchenko, the last American woman standing, is ousted on a chilly day in Paris but likely attains her Olympic dream.
Victoria Azarenka did not play or act like a world No. 1 in Paris. And that's going to be a problem moving forward.
Recent U.S. citizen Varvara Lepchenko ousts former champ Francesca Schiavone to advance to the fourth round.
Sloane Stephens put together an impressive run at Roland Garros, but it came to an end in Sunday's fourth round and with it, perhaps, a chance at an Olympic berth.
American teenager Sloane Stephens is growing up on and off the tennis court as she advances to the fourth round of the French Open. Her fan base is growing, too.
Going into the third round, a trio of young American women remains standing at Roland Garros. But they may not be who you would expect.
Fatigued by her illness, Venus Williams offered little resistance in quick second-round loss at the French Open, one of five American women to fall.
Age and health problems have knocked Venus and Serena Williams from the top of the tennis world. Let's appreciate their final years.
Serena Williams was nervous and frustrated in her shocking first-round loss to Virginie Razzano at the French Open, but surprisingly philosophical afterward.