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Results: 131 Record(s) Found.

Serena overcomes illness, Safarova for third French Open title

Serena Williams fended off illness and a game Lucie Safarova to win the 2015 French Open women's singles title. The victory was Williams' third title in Roland Garros and her 20th Grand Slam singles title overall. Read More

Serena escapes, American duo claim mixed title at French Open

On a busy day for Americans in Paris, Serena Williams came back to defeat Timea Bacsinszky to reach the women's singles final, the Bryans advanced to the men's doubles final and Mike Bryan teamed with Bethanie Mattek-Sands to win the mixed doubles title. Read More

U.S. Fed Cup team to open 2016 vs. Poland

The U.S. Fed Cup team will open its 2016 campaign, and its bid to get back into World Group I, with a home tie against Poland. Read More

Serena eases into French Open semis, Mattek-Sands enjoys big day

After losing the first set in her last three matches, Serena Williams brought her level up a notch on Wednesday, defeating Sara Errani, 6-1, 6-3, to advance to the semifinals. In other American action, Bethanie Mattek-Sands reached the women's doubles semifinals and the mixed doubles final. Read More

Awards time for tennis at the French Open

2015 French Open - Day Ten
Every year on the second Tuesday of the French Open, the tennis community gets dressed up in its black-tie finery for the ITF Champions Dinner, celebrating the newly minted ITF World Champions and the winner of the prestigious ITF Philippe Chatrier Award. Read More

Serena's love affair with Paris continues into quarters

Serena Williams won an all-American battle against Sloane Stephens, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, to advance to the quarterfinals, while Jack Sock, the last American in the field, fell to nine-time champion Rafael Nadal in four sets. Read More

Super Saturday: Serena, Sock and Stephens advance in Paris

The older champion Serena Williams had to struggle for a while, but in the end, she came through, and the kids Sloane Stephens and Jack Sock had no such problems as all three prevailed Saturday at Roland Garros to move into the fourth round of the 2015 French Open. Read More

Video Interview: Sock discusses French Open run

Rising 22-year-old American Jack Sock talks to USTA.com about being the youngest American man to reach the fourth round of the French Open since Pete Sampras in 1993, his coming match against nine-time Roland Garros champion Rafael Nadal and more. Read More

Serena, Azarenka to renew rivalry at French Open

Longtime rivals, Grand Slam champions and world No. 1s Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka will face off once again on a big stage, this time in the third round of the 2015 French Open. Read More

Falconi enjoying her success at French Open

2015 French Open - Day Five
Irina Falconi is the type of player who likes keeping careful tabs on all the details related to her career in tennis. So, on Thursday, when she reached her first Grand Slam third round since the 2011 US Open, be assured she’d already taken stock of her situation. Read More
Results: 131 Record(s) Found.
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