Switzerland's Roger Federer returns the ball to Serbia's Janko Tipsarevic during their men's third round match in the French Open tennis championship at the Roland Garros stadium, on May 27, 2011, in Paris.
Day 7: How Swede it is
Sweden's Robin Soderling reacts after a point to Argentina's Leonardo Mayer during their third-round match. Soderling easily reaches the fourth round defeating Mayer 6-1, 6-4, 6-3. AFP/Getty ImagesALEXANDER KLEIN
Day 7: No net gain
Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina waits at the net for a referee decision in Saturday's continuation of his third-round match against Novak Djokovic of Serbia. Djokovic won in four sets 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2.
Day 7: Back in business
Ivan Ljubicic of Croatia returns against Fernando Verdasco in his third-round match. Ljubicic defeated the Spaniard to reach the fourth round.
Day 7: Catching air
Leonardo Mayer of Argentina serves against Robin Soderling of Sweden. Despite a strong serve, Soderling easily dispatched Mayer to reach the fourth round.
Day 7: Easy does it
Maria Kirilenko of Russia celebrates her win over Aranxta Rus of The Netherlands in their third-round match. Kirilenko won in two sets 6-1, 6-1.
Day 7: Coming for you
Defending champion Spain's Rafael Nadal reacts during his third-round match against Croatia's Antonio Veic. Nadal appeared to regain form as he defeated Veic 6-1, 6-3, 6-0.
Day 7: Serving notice
Czech Republic's Petra Kvitova serves the ball to USA's Vania King during their third-round match. No. 9 seeded Kvitova is quietly emerging as a threat to win the title in Paris.
Day 7: Reaching out
Novak Djokovic isn't the only Serbian player in the fourth round. Compatriot Viktor Troicki returns against Alexandr Dolgopolov of the Ukraine in their third-round match, which Troicki won.
Day 7: Hey Makarova!
Russia's Ekaterina Makarova returns the ball to Estonia's Kaia Kanepi during their third-round match. Makarova upset the No. 16 seed Kanepi 6-4, 7-5. AFP/Getty ImagesMIGUEL MEDINA
Day 7: Reason to smile
No. 4 seed Victoria Azarenka cruises past Italy's Roberta Vinci to reach the fourth round. Azarenka had little trouble winning 6-3, 6-2. AFP/Getty ImagesPATRICK KOVARIK
Day 7: King of pain
Andy Murray grimmaces as he twists his ankle early in the second set lf his third-round match against Germany's Michael Berrer. The pain didn't stop Murray who won 6-2, 6-3, 6-2. Getty ImagesMatthew Stockman
Day 6: Taking a shot
Decked out in black and white, Bethanie Mattek-Sands returns a shot against Jelena Jankovic in their third-round match. Despite Mattek-Sands' best efforts, No. 10 Jankovic advanced to the fourth round.
Day 6: Splitsville
Jelena Jankovic of Serbia slips in her match against Bethanie Mattek-Sands of the US. Jakovic held it together nicely to advance to the fourth round.
Day 6: With love
Argentina's Gisela Dulko of Argentina holds up a message to her brother and newborn nephews as she celebrates match point in her third-round victory over 2010 runner-up Samantha Stosur. Getty ImagesMatthew Stockman
Day 6: Get back up
Germany's Julia Goerges falls down as she plays against France's Marion Bartoli during their third-round match. Goerges lost in three sets but won her doubles match later that day with partner Andrea Petkovic in a three-set victory over Americans Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Meghann Shaughnessy. AFP/Getty ImagesALEXANDER KLEIN
Day 6: Blown Gasquet?
France's Richard Gasquet reacts after winning his third-round match over Brazil's Thomaz Bellucci. The No. 13 seed awaits the winner of the match between Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin del Potro. AFP/Getty ImagesMIGUEL MEDINA
Day 6: Good day for France
France's Marion Bartoli celebrates a winning point shortly before defeating Germany's Julia Goerges during their third-round match of the French Open.
Day 6: Full-court press
France's Gael Monfils returns the ball to Belgium's Steve Darcis during their third-round match. Monfils won the match 6-3,6-4, 7-5 and will play David Ferrer in the fourth round.
Day 6: Eat dirt
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France falls on the clay in his match against Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland. Wawrinka overcame a 0-2 defecit to win the match in five sets.
Day 6: Running behind
Top seed Caroline Wozniacki chases down a return during her third-round match against No. 28 seed Daniela Hantuchova. Hantuchova upset Wozniacki with a decisive 6-1, 6-3 victory.
Day 6: Flying high
Slovakia's Daniela Hantuchova serves against Caroline Wozniacki. Hantuchova notched one of the biggest victories in her career with a 6-1, 6-3 win over the top-ranked Dane.
Day 6: Not this year
2010 finalist Sam Stosur lost in the third round to Argentina's Gisela Dulko. The Australian was a semifinalist in Paris in 2009.
Day 6: Playing for the crowd
Switzerland's Roger Federer returns the ball to Serbia's Janko Tipsarevic during their third-round match. Federer looks strong, winning each of his first three matches in straight sets. AFP/Getty ImagesMIGUEL MEDINA
Day 5: Perplexed?
Mardy Fish shouldn't be as he hits a return to Robin Haase of the Netherlands in their second-round match. Fish is the only American to advance to the third round of the men's draw. AFP/Getty ImagesMIGUEL MEDINA
Day 5: Something about Maria
Russia's Maria Kirilenko returns the ball to South Africa's Chanelle Scheepers during their second-round match. The No. 25-seeded Kirilenko reached the third round with a 6-1, 6-4 victory.
Day 5: Bright future
Zheng Jie of China returns in her match against Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic during the second-round match. But the No. 9 seeded Kvitova advanced with a 6-4, 6-1 victory.
Day 5: Still rising
No. 1 Rafael Nadal of Spain reaches the third round but not without another challenge. This time fellow Spaniard Pablo Andujar made Nadal work by forcing a third-set tiebreaker, which Nadal won.
Day 5: Not this time
Belgium's Kim Clijsters had a bad day, losing to 20-year-old Arantxa Rus of the Netherlands in three sets. This was Clijsters' first time back to Paris since 2006, when she lost in the semifinals.
Day 5: Shades of gray
Spain's Fernando Verdasco didn't let the windy conditions bother him. He was able to defeat Xavier Malisse to reach the third round. AFP/Getty ImagesALEXANDER KLEIN
Day 5: Ready, set, go!
American Vania King anticipates a shot against Elena Baltacha of Scotland during their second-round match. King needed three sets to advance. Getty ImagesMatthew Stockman
Day 5: Pick back up
France's Caroline Garcia falls down during her second-round match against Russia's Maria Sharapova. The 17-year-old Garcia stunned Sharapova in the first and second sets before Sharapova rallied late to win the match. AFP/Getty ImagesJACQUES DEMARTHON
Day 5: Scream and shout
Russia's Maria Sharapova reacts after fighting back to win the second set against French teen Caroline Garcia. Sharapova won the match 3-6, 6-4, 6-0.
Day 5: Picture perfect
Arantxa Rus of the Netherlands celebrates after recording match point against Kim Clijsters in the second round of the 2011 French Open at Roland Garros. Rus won 3-6, 7-5, 6-1.
Day 4: C'mon, I'm 38-0
Make that 39-0 this season now for Serbia's Novak Djokovic, reacting after a point against Romania's Victor Hanescu during their second-round match Wednesday. Djokovic, who faces a tough test in the third round against Juan Martin del Potro, has won 41 straight matches overall. AFP/Getty ImagesPATRICK KOVARIK
Day 4: Bearing down
Russia's Mikhail Youzhny tries to pump himself up during his second-round match against Kazakhstan's Mikhail Kukushkin on Wednesday. It must have worked, as the 12th-seeded Youzhny advanced in straight sets.
Day 4: Stride right
Marion Bartoli launches herself into a shot against Olga Govortsova during their second-round match Wednesday. Bartoli, the 11th seed, advanced in three sets.
Day 4: Twin towers
Mike Bryan, left, and Bob Bryan of the United States talk tactics during a tougher-than-expected first-round doubles match Wednesday against Santiago Giraldo of Columbia and Pere Riba of Spain. The top-seeded Bryans dropped the second set before cruising 6-1 in the third. Getty ImagesClive Brunskill
Day 4: I'm the man
Richard Gasquet celebrates in front of the home support after defeating Spain's Marcel Granollers on Wednesday in their second-round match. Gasquet, the 13th seed, dropped the first set, then stormed past Granollers in four. AFP/Getty ImagesMIGUEL MEDINA
Day 4: Lengthy battle
Third-seeded Vera Zvonareva serves against Sabine Lisicki during their second-round match on Wednesday. Zvonareva, the Wimbledon and US Open runner-up, saved a match point in the third set before outlasting Lisicki, whose legs were cramping up badly by the end of the match.
Day 4: Painful finish
Germany's Sabine Lisicki reacts to leg cramps during her second-round match against Russia's Vera Zvonareva. Zvonareva won in three sets. AFP/Getty ImagesMIGUEL MEDINA
Day 4: Point taken
Serbia's Jelena Jankovic hits a return to Russia's Vera Dushevina during their second-round match. No. 10 seed Jankovic won the match and will face American Bethanie Mattek-Sands in the third round. AFP/Getty ImagesJACQUES DEMARTHON
Day 4: Federer express
Switzerland's Roger Federer returns the ball to France's Maxime Teixeira during their second-round match. Federer has had very little trouble so far winning both his matches in straight sets. AFP/Getty ImagesALEXANDER KLEIN
Day 4: Woz up?
World No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki defeated Canada's Aleksandra Wozniak to reach the third round.
Day 4: A leg up
2010 runner-up Samantha Stosur of Australia serves in her match against Simona Halep of Romania. Stosur easily advanced to the third round where she'll play Gisela Dulko.
Day 4: Eye on the prize
USA's Bethanie Mattek-Sands returns the ball to compatriot Varvara Lepchenko during their second-round match. Mattek-Sands won to reach the French Open third round for the first time.
Day 4: Served right up
Italy's Sara Errani serves against Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia during their second-round match. Unfortunately, her fierce serve didn't hold up as Hantuchova won.
Day 3: Big win
Sweden's Johanna Larsson returns the ball to Serbia's Ana Ivanovic during their first-round match. Larsson fought to oust the 2008 French Open champion in three sets. AFP/Getty ImagesJACQUES DEMARTHON
Day 3: Short cut
Kim Clijsters returns to Roland Garros after two months off with a fresh cropped 'do and a game as lethal as ever. No.2 seed Clijsters made quick work of Anastasiya Yakimova to advance to the second round. AFP/Getty ImagesJACQUES DEMARTHON
Day 3: Balancing act
American Michael Russell serves to France's Gilles Simon during their first-round match on May 24. While Russell took a set, No. 18 seed Simon advanced 6-3, 4-6, 6-1, 6-0. AFP/Getty ImagesMIGUEL MEDINA
Day 3: Easy does it
Belarus' Victoria Azarenka returns the ball to Czech Republic's Andrea Hlavácková during their first-round match. Azarenka had little trouble advancing to the second round.
Day 3: Split the difference
Czech Republic's Andrea Hlavácková slips as she plays Belarus' Victoria Azarenka. Hlavácková couldn't shake the No. 4 seed Azarenka, who won in straight sets.
Day 3: Cool it now
Sweden's Robin Söderling rests on his bench during a break as he plays American Ryan Harrison in a first-round match. Harrison, who entered the draw as a lucky loser, pushed Söderling to four sets.
Day 3: Hard-fought win
Spain's Rafael Nadal reacts after beating American John Isner in the first round. Isner pushed Nadal to the Spaniard's first French Open five-set match.
Day 3: Running man
Britain's Andy Murray runs to hit a return to French qualifier Éric Prodon during their first-round match. Prodon's drop shots frustrated Murray, but the No. 4 seed still won in straight sets. AFP/Getty ImagesJACQUES DEMARTHON
Day 3: Mixed signal
Czech Republic's Barbora Záhlavová-Strýcová reacts after winning a point against China's Li Na during their first-round match. No. 6 seed Li won the match in three sets to advance. AFP/Getty ImagesPATRICK KOVARIK
Day 2: Local hero
France's Stéphane Robert reacts after his upset win over Czech Republic's Tomáš Berdych. Berdych was the No. 6 seed in the French Open, while Robert entered the draw as a qualifier. AFP/Getty ImagesJACQUES DEMARTHON
Day 2: Support group
Dutch fans dressed in orange cheer Thomas Schoorel of The Netherlands as he plays Máximo González of Argentina in first-round action. Schoorel won the match.
Day 2: Setting an example
Melanie Oudin of the USA, left, shakes hands with Francesca Schiavone after their first-round match. Schiavone, the defending French Open champion, ousted Oudin in straight sets.
Switzerland's Roger Federer is seen through the net as he plays against Spain's Feliciano López. Federer won the match in straight sets. AFP/Getty ImagesTHOMAS COEX
Day 2: Back at ya
Sania Mirza of India returns the ball to Kristina Barrois of Germany during their first-round match. Mirza won 6-3, 6-3.
Day 2: Not so Mello
Brazil's Ricardo Mello reacts during his match against USA's Mardy Fish. No. 10 seed Fish won the match to advance to the second round.
Day 2: Reach for it
Juan Martín del Potro of Argentina returns the ball to Ivo Karlovic of Croatia during their first-round match. Del Potro defeated Karlovic in four sets.
Day 2: Shout it out
Anne Keothavong of Great Britain celebrates a point during her first-round match against Vesna Dolonts of Russia. However, the celebration was short as Dolonts won the match in three sets.
Day 2: Between the lines
A ballgirl runs with a ball during a break in the women's singles match between Shuai Zhang of China and Daniela Hantuchová of Slovakia. Getty ImagesClive Brunskill
Day 2: Back for more
2010 champion Francesca Schiavone reacts after defeating American Melanie Oudin in the first round. Schiavone won 6-2, 6-0. AFP/Getty ImagesMIGUEL MEDINA
Day 2: Ruffled up
France's Aravane Rezaï hits a return to Romania's Irina-Camelia Begu during their first-round match in Paris. But Rezaï couldn't pull out the win losing to Begu 6-3, 6-3. AFP/Getty ImagesPATRICK KOVARIK
Day 1: Tale of the tape
Despite the wear and tear visible on Varvara Lepchenko's legs, the American pulled off the upset over the No. 18 seed Italian Flavia Pennetta. AFP/Getty ImagesJACQUES DEMARTHON
Day 1: A different perspective
Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova serves to Slovakia's Magdaléna Rybáriková during their first-round match May 22. AFP/Getty ImagesJACQUES DEMARTHON
Day 1: Crowd pleaser
France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga celebrates after winning against the Czech Republic's Jan Hájek during the first round of the French Open on May 22. AFP/Getty ImagesPATRICK KOVARIK
Day 1: Tough enough?
Bethanie Mattek-Sands of the USA scores a point during her first-round victory against Arantxa Parra Santonja of Spain. Getty ImagesClive Brunskill
Day 1: In a zone
France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga seemingly toyed with the Czech Republic's Jan Hajek in a 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 victory. AFP/Getty ImagesTHOMAS COEX
Day 1: Kicking it up
Australia's Samantha Stosur, a 2010 French Open finalist, got off to a good start in this year's event with a 6-2, 6-3 win over the Czech Republic's Iveta Benešová.
Day 1: What the ... ?
Jarkko Nieminen of Finland has reason to be unhappy — a 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 first-round loss to David Ferrer of Spain.
Day 1: Big win
Spain's Rubén Ramírez Hidalgo produces the first upset of the French Open, ousting No. 19 seed Marin Cilic of Croatia 7-6, 6-4, 6-4.
Day 1: Staying focused
Russia's Vera Dushevina eyes a service during a first-round victory over Australia's Jelena Dokic . AFP/Getty ImagesTHOMAS COEX
Day 1: Hair-raising loss
American Robert Kendrick extended Spain's Guillermo García López, the No. 30 seed, before losing in four sets. AFP/Getty ImagesJACQUES DEMARTHON
Day 1: Getting it done
Spain's Guillermo García López was breathing a sigh of relief after surviving a first-round scare from American Robert Kendrick. AFP/Getty ImagesJACQUES DEMARTHON
Day 1: How frustrating
Despite appearances, Spain's Albert Montañés has an easy time in his first-round match with France's Marc Gicquel, who was a replacement for Lleyton Hewitt. Hewitt withdrew with an ankle injury. AFP/Getty ImagesMIGUEL MEDINA
Day 1: Peer pressure
Israel's Shahar Pe'er, No. 19, becomes the first women's seed to lose at the 2011 French Open, a 7-6 (4), 6-1 victim to Spain's María José Martínez Sánchez. AFP/Getty ImagesTHOMAS COEX
Day 1: Breezing through
Former world No. 1 Jelena Jankovic of Serbia looks like herself during her first-round victory over Alona Bondarenko of the Ukraine. Getty ImagesAlex Livesey