Gael Monfils congratulates Serbian Novak Djokovic at the end of their Paris Masters ATP tournament.
Day 8: In the stretch
Novak Djokovic returns to Gael Monfils during their Paris Masters ATP tournament final in Paris.
Day 7: Show of respect
Rafael Nadal (left) congratulates Novak Djokovic after Djokovic won their semifinal match Saturday. It was just the sixth win for Djokovic in 20 career matches against Nadal.
Day 7: Coming at ya
Novak Djokovic routed Rafael Nadal 6-2, 6-3 in Saturday's semifinals to reach his second straight final.
Day 7: Jubilation
Hometown hero Gael Monfils held off Radek Stepanek in three sets Saturday to reach his first ever Masters Series final.
Day 7: End of the line
Radek Stepanek put together an impressive run in Paris but couldn't overcome Gael Monfils on Saturday.
Day 6: Feeling it
Novak Djokovic dropped the second set against Robin Soderling on Friday but bounced back in the third to win and reach the semis.
Day 6: Coming up short
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga needed to defend his title in Paris to make the ATP finals, but he lost Friday to Rafael Nadal.
Day 6: Hometown hero
Gael Monfils is keeping the French fans entertained. His win Friday put him in the semis.
Day 6: Quick work
Radek Stepanek reached the semifinals after Juan Martin del Potro retired in the first set Friday.
Day 5: Catching a break
Juan Martin del Potro got all he could handle from Fernando Gonzalez on Thursday before the Chilean retired after the second set.
Day 5: Fatigue factor?
Andy Murray had a quick turnaround for his third-round match and lost to Radek Stepanek on Thursday.
Day 5: Chase it down
While the other top seeds have struggled, Novak Djokovic has breezed into the Paris quarterfinals.
Day 5: Lucky loser
Nikolay Davydenko lost Thursday at the Paris Masters but still sewed up a berth in the ATP finals.
Day 4: Quick goodbye
Roger Federer had another tough run at the Paris Masters, losing in his opening match Wednesday to Julien Benneteau.
Day 4: Career day
Julien Benneteau had a memorable day in front of his home crowd, beating world No. 1 Roger Federer.
Day 4: Big goodbye
Marat Safin (left) congratulates Juan Martin Del Potro after their match Wednesday. It was the final match in Safin's career.
Day 4: Rafa relief
Rafael Nadal saved five match points against Nicolas Almagro before advancing to the third round Wednesday.
Day 4: Moving on
Andy Murray shook off a spirited challenge from James Blake, winning in three sets.
Day 4: Masked man
Third-ranked Novak Djokovic made an interesting entrance for his match against Juan Monaco on Wednesday.
Day 3: Hometown favorite
France's own Jo-Wilfried Tsonga looked sharp in his opening match against Albert Montanes on Tuesday.
Day 3: Eyes on London
Nikolay Davydenko has his sights set on the year-end ATP World Tour Finals. His win Tuesday got him one step closer. If he makes the semis in Paris, he will lock up a spot in London.
Day 3: Rally time
Fernando Verdasco rallied to beat Andreas Seppi 6-7 (3), 6-4, 6-4 on Tuesday. His win eliminated Radek Stepanek and Marin Cilic from contention for the year-end ATP World Tour Finals.
Day 3: Bad loss
Stanislas Wawrinka lost 6-3, 6-4 on Tuesday to French qualifier David Guez, who is 179th in the rankings.
Day 2: Not leaving yet
Marat Safin staved off two match points Monday to advance in Paris. Safin will retire after the tournament.
Day 2: Country men
French national football team captain Thierry Henry speaks with French tennis star Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Monday. Tsonga is one of the players still in the running for a berth in the ATP World Tour Finals.
Day 1: Big goodbye
Fabrice Santoro waves to the public after losing to James Blake on Sunday. It was the final singles match of Santoro's long career, which featured a record 69 Grand Slam appearances.