Roger Federer ran into trouble right away against Germany's Tommy Haas on Monday, dropping the first two sets before winning the third.
Day 9: Haas about that
Tommy Haas wasn't about to let Roger Federer run away with the French Open without a challenge.
Day 9: French toast?
With Rafael Nadal gone, could Roger Federer come back to beat Tommy Haas and keep his hopes alive in the only Grand Slam he hasn't won?
Day 9: Easy does it
Serena Williams took it easy on Monday, running over Canada's Aleksandra Wozniak in under an hour to reach the quarterfinals.
Day 9: Next in line
Serena Williams will next face Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova, who returns a ball in a three-set victory over Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska on Monday.
Day 9: A little practice, a little fun
Andy Murray controls a tennis ball soccer-style during a practice session on Monday.
Day 8: Rolling through
Andy Murray rolled on to the quarterfinals with a straight-sets win on Sunday.
Day 8: Cruising along
Top seed Dinara Safina continued her domination on Sunday, advancing to the quarterfinals.
Day 8: Taste of defeat
Four-time defending champion Rafael Nadal lost his first ever match at Roland Garros on Sunday.
Day 8: Contortionist
Robin Soderling provided the stunner of the tournament, beating Rafael Nadal in the fourth round on Sunday.
Day 8: Look of defeat
Ana Ivanovic fell short in her title defense, losing in the fourth round of the French Open on Sunday.
Day 8: Game face
Victoria Azarenka eliminated defending women's champion Ana Ivanovic at the French Open on Sunday.
Day 8: Start it up
Nikolay Davydenko serves during his fourth-round match against Fernando Verdasco on Sunday.
Day 7: Big upset
No. 4 seed Novak Djokovic lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber in the third round Saturday.
Day 7: Serena's slam?
Serena Williams rallied after dropping the first set against Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez on Saturday.
Day 7: Acrobatic hit
Gael Monfils needed four sets to beat Jurgen Melzer on Saturday. Next up for the Frenchman -- Andy Roddick.
Day 7: Weird angle
Roger Federer lost the first set against Paul-Henri Mathieu before rallying to reach the fourth round.
Day 7: Branching out
Andy Murray of Great Britain gets in some practice at Roland Garros.
Day 7: Moving four-ward
Samantha Stosur of Australia celebrates after defeating Elena Dementieva to reach the fourth round in Paris for the first time.
Day 7: High hopes
Andy Roddick serves during his men's singles victory over Marc Gicquel of France on Saturday. The American has advanced to the fourth round of the French Open for the first time.
Day 7: Happy feet
Italy's Tathiana Garbin shows her joy after winning a point against France's Virginie Razzano during their French Open third-round match.
Day 7: At your service
German player Tommy Haas receives service balls during play against Jeremy Chardy in their Saturday match at Roland Garros. Haas won in straight sets.
Day 6: Beat Rafa? That's a stretch
Rafael Nadal continued his unbeaten match streak at Roland Garros, easily rolling over Lleyton Hewitt to reach the fourth round.
Day 6: Hubby's in trouble
The good news: Bec Cartwright had good seats to watch Friday. The bad news: Her husband, Lleyton Hewitt, was up against Rafael Nadal.
Day 6: Maria rallies
Maria Sharapova dropped her first set to Yaroslava Shedova 6-1, but rallied to reach the fourth round Friday.
Day 6: Nothing coming easy
Andy Murray got one heck of a test against Janko Tipsarevic, before the Serb retired after the second set due to injury Friday.
Day 6: Safina simply sensational
Dinara Safina had no trouble at all in the third round, dropping just two games in a rout of Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.
Day 6: Queen for a day
Hungary's Agnes Szavay laughs during a break in play against Venus Williams in third-round action on Friday.
Day 6: Belle of the ball
Agnes Szavay signs autographs after knocking Venus Williams out of the third round of the French Open.
Day 6: It's over
American Venus Williams lost in the third round of the French Open for the third straight year, falling to Agnes Szavay of Hungary 6-0, 6-4.
Day 6: Let's go to the tape
Ana Ivanovic played Friday's match with bandages helping to support her right knee.
Day 6: Breather
Ana Ivanovic takes a break during her 6-0, 6-2 triumph against Iveta Benesova at the French Open.
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Day 6: Getting into it
France's Aravane Rezai returns a ball to Portugal's Michelle Larcher De Brito during the third round at Roland Garros. Rezai won, 7-6, 6-2.
Day 6: Screen test
Spain's Nicolas Almagro returns a ball to countryman Fernando Verdasco during their third-round match at Roland Garros stadium in Paris.
Day 6: That's not right
Nicolas Almagro reacts to an unfavorable call during his match against Fernando Verdasco.
Day 6: Serving notice
Iveta Benesova of the Czech Republic serves during her women's singles third-rounder vs. Ana Ivanovic of Serbia on Friday at Roland Garros.
Day 6: Can I get a ruling?
Aravane Rezai speaks to the chair umpire during her victory against Portugal's Michelle Larcher De Brito.
Day 6: Returns department
Russia's Nikolay Davydenko handles a shot against Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland in men's singles.
Day 5: Sweating it out
Down 5-1 in the third set, No. 2 seed Roger Federer rallied to beat Jose Acasuso on Thursday to reach the third round.
Day 5: Fully extended
Slovakian player Magdalena Rybarikova serves to Serbia's Jelena Jankovic during their French Open second-round match Thursday at Roland Garros stadium in Paris. Jankovic advanced with a 6-1, 6-2 victory.
Day 5: Into the third round
Jelena Jankovic celebrates after downing Magdalena Rybarikova 6-1, 6-2 during their second-round match in Paris.
Day 5: The eyes have it
Canada's Aleksandra Wozniak focuses on hitting her return to Petra Martic during their second-round match. Wozniak earned a 6-3, 6-3 victory.
Day 5: Giving it his all
Argentinian Maximo Gonzalez reaches out for a return against Andreas Seppi of Italy in the second round Thursday.
Day 5: It's all yours
Jamie Murray of Great Britain hits a backhand as doubles partner Pavel Vizner of the Czech Republic looks on during their first-round match against Leos Friedl and David Skoch of the Czech Republic at Roland Garros. Friedl and Skoch scored a 6-3, 6-2 victory.
Day 5: Uh, you'll be needing that
Maximo Gonzalez reacts after losing a point against Andreas Seppi during the second round.
Day 5: Winning combination
Daniel Nestor of Canada serves as doubles partner Nenad Zimonjic of Serbia looks on during action against Lucas Arnold Ker and Horacio Zeballos of Argentina on the fifth day of the French Open. A 6-3. 6-4 victory advanced Nestor and Zimonjic to the second round.
Day 4: Let it fly
Andy Murray of Great Britain serves during his second-round match against Potito Starace of Italy. The third-seeded Murray struggled to a 6-3, 2-6, 7-5, 6-4 victory.
Day 4: No home cooking
Julie Coin of France hits a return to Russia's Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova during their French Open second-round match. Coin lost in straight sets in front of the home crowd.
Day 4: Still got it
Maria Sharapova acknowledges the crowd after beating 11th seed Nadia Petrova in the second round.
Day 4: Foot fault
Andy Murray of Great Britain slips at the net during his second-round singles match against Potito Starace of Italy at Roland Garros. Murray won in four sets.
Day 4: Moving right along
Dinara Safina returns a ball to fellow Russian Vitalia Diatchenko in second-round action. The top-seeded Safina rolled to a 6-1, 6-1 victory.
Day 4: Losing effort
Vitalia Diatchenko of Russia hits a backhand during her loss to top women's seed Dinara Safina of Russia at Roland Garros.
Day 4: That says it all
An attendent holds a tennis ball during play between Spain's Nicolas Almagro and Latvia's Ernests Gulbis during their French Open tennis second-round match.
Day 4: Tracking one down
Venus Williams returns a ball to the Czeck Republic's Lucie Safarova during their second-round match at Roland Garros stadium in Paris.
Day 4: Pumped up
Czeck Republic's Lucie Safarova jubilates after winning a point against Venus Williams during their second-round match.
Day 4: Foot massage
Argentinian Diego Junqueira checks his left foot during a break in his second-round match against Nikolay Davydenko.
Day 4: Return shot
Russian Nikolay Davydenko hits a return to Argentinian Diego Junqueira during their second-round match.
Day 4: Pleasing the fans
Lleyton Hewitt of Australia signs autographs for fans after claiming victory in his second-round match against Andrey Golubev of Kazakhstan.
Day 4: Searching for answers
Russian Marat Safin reacts during his second-round match against Josselin Ouanna of France.
Day 4: Battle of Russians
Maria Sharapova of Russia serves during her second-round match against Nadia Petrova of Russia.
Day 4: Zoning in
Spanaird Rafael Nadal returns a ball to Russian Teimuraz Gabashvili during their second-round match.
Day 4: Back to you
Gisela Dulko of Argentina hits a backhand during her second-round match against Anna-Lena Groenefeld of Germany.
Day 4: Scream and shout
Portugal's Michelle Larcher De Brito jubilates after winning against China's Jie Zheng during their second-round match. Larcher De Brito won, 6-4, 6-3.
Day 3: Return engagement
Argentinian player Juan Martin Del Potro returns a ball to Frenchman Michael Llodra during the French Open on Tuesday en route to a 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 triumph.
Day 3: Back at you
French player Gael Monfils hits a return to Bobby Reynolds of the United States during their first-round match.
Day 3: Under cover
Rainer Schuettler of Germany rests during a break in his French Open first-round match against Marc Gicquel of France at Roland Garros. Gicquel crusied to a three-set victory.
Day 3: No sweat Svetlana
Svetlana Kuznetsova started hot before the rain hit and then finished off Claire Feuerstein easily when play resumed Tuesday at the French Open.
Day 3: She's staying
A spectator wrapped in plastic and holding an umbrella isn't giving up her seat for anything as the French Open is hit with a two-hour rain delay.
Day 3: Hanging on
Jelena Jankovic struggled some after the rain delay, but still managed to put away Petra Cetkovska in straight sets.
Day 2: Thanks for playing
Roger Federer thanks Alberto Martin Swiss for being his foil in the opening round at Roland Garros Stadium. The French Open remains the one Grand Slam event Federer hasn't won.
Day 2: Rafa's rolling
Rafael Nadal looks as strong as ever, running off his 29th straight win at the French Open.
Day 2: Maria moves on
Wearing a bandage on her recovering shoulder, Maria Sharapova struggled early, but came back to win the final two sets fairly easily vs. Anastasiya Yakimova.
Day 2: Eye on the prize
Andy Roddick gets ready for a return to French player Romain Jouan during the first round at the French Open. Roddick won the match in straight sets.
Day 2: Now serving
Anne Keothavong put up a fight, but couldn't pull off the upset against top-seeded Dinara Safina.
Day 2: Now that's focus
Alexa Glatch, of the U.S., eyes the ball against Flavia Pennetta in their first round match at the French Open. Glatch won handily.
Day 2: Dinara's on
Dinara Safina is the new No. 1 and the top seed at the French Open, where she won her first match on Monday.
Day 2: She's stunned
This fan can't believe what she's seeing as she roots on Spain's Feliciano Lopez against Franco Ferreiro in the first round. Lopez won a five-set marathon.
Day 2: Venus rising
Venus Williams fell apart in the second set against Bethanie Mattek-Sands before rolling in the third set to close out her first-round win.
Day 2: Russian to the second round
Nikolay Davydenko made it to the second round with a win over Stefan Koubek, with No. 12 Fernando Gonzalez, No. 23 Robin Soderling and No. 30 Victor Hanescu also advancing on Monday.
Day 1: The champion on court
Defending champion Ana Ivanovic stretches to hit a backhand during her first-round match against Sara Errani.
Day 1: Hewitt's here
Lleyton Hewitt hits a forehand during his first-round match against Ivo Karlovic on Sunday.
Day 1: Serve it up
Lleyton Hewitt serves during his first-round match against Ivo Karlovic on Sunday.
Day 1: Stretching out
Marat Safin stretches to hit a backhand during his first-round match against Alexandre Sidorenko on Sunday.
Day 1: Coming at ya
Na Li hits a forehand during her first-round match against Marta Domachowska on Sunday.
Day 1: Backhand play
Sara Errani hits a backhand during her first-round match against Ana Ivanovic on Sunday.
Day 1: Get after it
Marcel Granollers volleys during his first-round match against Josselin Quanna on Sunday.
Day 1: Power shot
Fernando Verdasco serves during his first-round match against Florent Serra on Sunday.
Day 1: Andy's dandy
Andy Murray hits a forehand during his first-round match against Juan Ignacio Chela on Sunday.
Day 1: Deep blue
The shoes of Wayne Odesnik as he serves to Gilles Simon during their first-round match on Sunday.
Day 1: Lining it up
Alla Kudryavtseva hits a backhand during her first-round match against Varvara Lepchenko on Sunday.