Alcaraz, 19, has arrived in Paris with an unusual level of buzz and momentum for his age.
In an unprecedented move, the ATP and WTA will strip the Grand Slam tournament of ranking points, effectively making it an exhibition event. Most top players are still expected to participate.
Though at opposite poles of their careers, the top singles players, Iga Swiatek and Novak Djokovic, both cruised to titles in Rome and are looking strong heading into Paris.
Despite losing to Iga Swiatek, the top women’s player, at the Italian Open, Andreescu is heading to the French Open in a healthier place, mentally and physically.
Nadal, playing in pain in a loss to Denis Shapovalov at the Italian Open, came away downbeat and pensive with the year’s second Grand Slam event less than two weeks away.
Already the world’s top-earning female athlete, Osaka is leaving IMG to start a sports representation company with her longtime agent, Stuart Duguid.
The search for elite players is so competitive that IMG, the agency that once ruled tennis, is cultivating preteens to find the next prodigy, giving them access to representatives from the pro tours and Nike.
There’s an unexpected all-teenage women’s final, and the men’s top seeds meet with a Grand Slam on the line.
Here’s a challenge for any tennis fan.
Our photographer takes an inside look at where the clay for the world famous Roland Garros tennis courts comes from.
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