Tag Archive: Roland Garros

Sharapova sharp coming into Roland Garros

  There’s no clear favorite on the women’s side of the French Open. It’s easier to find reasons why someone won’t win than why they will. Simona Halep should be the favorite at… Continue reading

Djokovic bends but doesn’t break

Novak Djokovic is the most flexible player ever in tennis. It’s not only his body; it’s his mind. He’s the best ever at overcoming adversity. He’s rarely ever out of a match. Seemingly… Continue reading

Zverev, Thiem, Kyrgios — new faces of tennis

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Murray making a meal of the French Open

After reaching finals in Madrid and Rome, Andy Murray played 10 sets in his first two Roland Garros victories. Will we have enough in the tank to win his first French Open? (all… Continue reading

Bouchard feeling good in Paris

    Despite a second round exit at Roland Garros, Genie Bouchard sounds more positive than her disastrous season last year. She’s gained weight and muscle, and the return of her longtime coach… Continue reading