Results: 125 Record(s) Found.

Success in Paris a sign of good things to come for U.S. women

After a great showing at the 2013 French Open and 11 players in the top 100, the most of any country, the U.S. women are flourishing, and it shouldn't come as a surprise. Read More

Ten years and 14 Slams later, the Bryans have come a long way

2013 French Open - Day Fourteen
When Bob and Mike Bryan won their first Grand Slam title, at the 2003 French Open, they were eating cheap and sleeping on the floor. Now they head to Wimbledon as the winningest men's doubles team in history and are pursuing a calendar-year Grand Slam. Read More

2013 French Open: An Interview with the Bryans

Bob and Mike Bryan talk about winning their second career French Open men's doubles title and their 14th overall Grand Slam championship in this interview with special correspondent Craig Gabriel.​ Read More

Serena continues hot streak with win at French Open

Serena Williams entered the 2013 French Open on a tear. She left it as a 16-time Grand Slam champion, defeating Maria Sharapova in the final, 6-4, 6-4, for her second title at Roland Garros. Read More

Bryans win second French Open men's doubles title

2013 French Open - Day Fourteen
Bob and Mike Bryan defeated Michael Llodra and Nicolas Mahut, 6-4, 4-6, 7-6, for their second French Open and 14th Grand Slam men's doubles title. The Bryans are now halfway to the calendar-year Grand Slam, having won the Australian Open in January. Read More

With run in Paris, Chirico establishes herself as a player to watch

Louisa Chirico wasn’t a big name in junior ITF circles when she entered the Roland Garros girls’ singles draw a week ago. After advancing to the semifinals, she leaves as one of the brightest American prospects in the game. Read More

Serena hits her stride, cruises into final against Sharapova

2013 French Open - Day Twelve
Serena Williams cruised past Sara Errani yesterday, defeating her 6-0, 6-1 in 46 minutes to advance to the French Open final for the first time in 11 years. Awaiting her in the final is longtime rival Maria Sharapova. Read More

Retirement looming, new mom Huber focusing on a strong finish

At 36 years old and with a baby boy in tow, 2013 French Open mixed doubles semifinalist Liezel Huber is considering retirement. But she still has a fire to compete and wants to post a few more victories before she hangs up her racquet. Read More

Eleven years later, Serena eyes a second French crown

2013 French Open - Day Ten
2002 French Open champion Serena Williams dispatched 2009 champion Svetlana Kuznetsova in three sets Tuesday to advance to the semifinals at Roland Garros for the first time in nine years. With the win, she inched closer to her 16th Grand Slam title. Read More

For U.S. women in Paris, a solid showing and a learning experience

2013 French Open - Day Nine
Despite fourth-round losses Monday at the French Open, there were a lot of positives to take away for rising stars Sloane Stephens and Jamie Hampton as well as veteran Bethanie Mattek-Sands. Read More
Results: 125 Record(s) Found.
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