I`m back to playing my best tennis: Sania Mirza

After her showing in the first two Grand Slams of the year,Sania Mirza feels she is "blessed" to be fit again and playing her best tennis.

Rafael Nadal: I`m not playing well enough to win

Rafa Nadal said he was not playing well enough to lift the French Open title despite breezing past Ivan Ljubicic in their fourth-round match.

Djokovic, Federer off to winning starts

Djokovic extended his unbeaten record in 2011 to 38 wins with a straight sets win over De Bakker.

French Open? More like wide open in women`s draw

Trying to pick a winner in the women`s draw for this year`s French Open is like trying to get a ticket for the final -- nearly impossible.

Djokovic set to block Nadal`s path to sixth title

Rafa Nadal arrives at Roland Garros without his air of invincibility as the seemingly unstoppable Novak Djokovic threatens to flatten the Spaniard`s bid to equal Bjorn Borg`s six French Open titles.

Roland Garros to remain venue for French Open

French tennis federation has decided to keep the French Open at a renovated Roland Garros.

Roland Garros plans receive green light

Controversial plans to increase the size of Roland Garros, the historic home of the French Open, received a major boost.

French Open could stay at Roland Garros, says federation

The French Open could stay at Roland Garros instead of moving to the Paris suburbs after plans to extend the grand slam venue took a step forward, the French tennis federation president said on Thursday.

Wozniacki shrugs off injury to waltz through in Paris

Caroline Wozniacki beat Alla Kudryavsteva in French Open first round.

Nadal back to familiar winning ways at Roland Garros

Rafa Nadal enjoyed a workout in Paris heat as he dispatched Gianni Mina in French Open.

US joy as Isner, Dent find their feet on clay

Unlike twinkle-toed Gene Kelly most American men in Paris have had feet of clay at Roland Garros in recent years yet there were signs on Monday that there is a spring in their step on the red dirt.

Roland Garros feels like home to Henin

Justine Henin feels at home at Roland Garros, surrounded by familiar faces and even happy to see her old locker.

No-one happier to see Nadal firing for Paris than Federer

Rafa Nadal used to mess with his head, ruffle his feathers and on occasions even make him cry, but no-one will be happier to see the Mallorcan rekindle his love affair with Roland Garros more than Roger Federer.

French Open could leave Roland Garros: Official

The French tennis federation (FFT) is considering to move the French Open out from Roland Garros if its extension project does not get the green light within a year.