The U.S. is done at the French Open as Sloane Stephens was unable to match Simona Halep's experience and focus in a 6-4, 6-3 fourth-round loss.
Sloane Stephens doesn't know why she routinely goes further in Grand Slams than in lesser tournaments. But reaching the fourth round in the past six majors means the media won't stop pestering her about it.
Sloane Stephens, the top American remaining at the French Open, has settled in for a businesslike stay at Roland Garros, Jim Caple writes.
Coach Paul Annacone is hoping to have the supremely talented but inconsistent Sloane Stephens dialed in for a long French Open run.
From Serena's dominance to the strong showing of other U.S. players, here are 10 takeaways from the women's draw in Paris.
The U.S. sent four women into the fourth round in Paris. Unfortunately, the three who played Monday all lost in straight sets.
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.
The Americans are making a statement at Roland Garros. Has it been just a good few days or a sign of things to come?
The quality of play among U.S. women has increased in the past year. Their hard work is paying off in the French Open.