American Jack Sock - aka J.Sizzle - has pulled off one of the biggest wins of his career by knocking out Bulgarian 10th seed Grigor Dimitrov. Sock took just one hour and 55 minutes to surge to victory and underline his good form on the clay. By the way, Nick Kyrgios was courtside to watch his pal Sock win and they had a little chat afterwards.
What do you do after losing to French Open machine Rafael Nadal? Well, French qualifier Quentin Halys, who fell to the nine-time champ earlier today, is swinging at balls again on Court 16. He's playing doubles alongside Enzo Couchard against Italian sixth seeds Simone Bolellli and Fabio Fognini.
After swapping breaks in the early stages of this opener, Serena Williams used her firepower to pull clear of Czech qualifier Andrea Hlavackova and win the first set in 26 minutes. By the way, Hlavackova is halfway through a law degree which she "intends to finish some day."
A couple more results from day three at Roland-Garros to update you on...
Irina Falconi (USA) def. Manon Arcangioli (Fra) 6-2 6-0 Nicolas Almagro (Esp) def. Alexandr Dolgopolov (Ukr) 6-3 2-6 6-4 7-6
Serena, the 2015 Australian Open champ, is up and running with a straightforward service game. We are going to mark this with a very quick drinks break at Blog HQ but we'll be back to cast our watchful eye over the courts very soon. Stay with us!
The results are coming in thick and fast. Madison Keys, the 16th seed in Paris, wins the all-American encounter against Varvara Lepchenko on Court 2.
Closing the action on Philippe-Chatrier on this tantalizing Tuesday is world No.1 Serena Williams. She's up against Czech Andrea Hlavackova, who is 189 places below her in the world rankings. Serena is chasing her 20th Grand Slam title at #RG15 but it's one step at a time for the two-time Parisian champ.
Over on Court 1, Bulgarian 10th seed Grigor Dimitrov has lost the opening set to Jack Sock. The American is starting to show his prowess on the professional circuit. He cracked the
top-35 for the first time in 2015 and won his first career ATP title in
Houston on clay.
And we have another important win to tell you about. Novak Djokovic, the top seed at #RG15, shows steel to fight back against Finn Jarkko Nieminen, least of all coming back from 4-1 down in the second set and turning break points into match points at the end. It was an entertaining match from Nieminen too. Djokovic tells the crowd in French he hopes to take confidence from the victory today and adds it is "tres important to recharge batteries."
With arms out-stretched wide, unseeded French ace Kiki Mladenovic turns to face the Suzanne-Lenglen crowd. She's just knocked out Canadian sixth seed Eugenie Bouchard at her home Grand Slam. Not bad for a Tuesday evening.
Italian qualifier Andrea Arnabolid has earned a sit-down, or at the least an ice bath, after fighting back to see off Australian James Duckworth.
The sixth seed, Eugenie Bouchard, is looking very vulnerable right now on Suzanne-Lenglen. Kiki Mladenovic is in great form after reaching the Strasbourg final last week, and she also
made waves at Roland-Garros last year, beating No.2 seed Li Na in the
A quick glimpse over at Philippe-Chatrier, where Novak Djokovic is hitting his stride now in this third set against Jarkko Nieminen. Remember, Djokovic is protecting a 22-match winning streak today.
I bet the crowd on Court 5 are having some fun too. Australian James Duckworth and Andrea Arnaboldi are sweating through a five-setter. The Italian qualifier looks poised to nick this one and book his place in the second round of the French Open for the very first time. Coming through qualifying really can help players get an eye in ahead of the first round.
Kiki Mladenovic has taken the first set from No.6 seed Eugenie Bouchard but she needed five set points to do it. All three of her career wins over top-10 players have come on home soil, so being at Roland-Garros is a good omen for her.
A Novak Djokovic crisis has been averted on Philippe-Chatrier. Or, to look at it another way, Jarkko Nieminen's brilliant surge ran out of steam. Djokovic pulls back a 4-1 deficit to win the second set in 48 minutes.
Word is reaching us here at Blog HQ that Karatantcheva's win over on Court 3 was watched by Mirjana Lucic-Baroni, already into the second round, and Italy's Karin Knapp, who lost to Caroline Wozniacki earlier today.
A very positive start for France's world No.44 Kristina Mladenovic against Eugenie Bouchard. She's playing attacking stuff out on Suzanne-Lenglen and the cheers of appreciation from the crowd are reaching us here at Blog HQ.
Things happen fast at Roland-Garros. Novak Djokovic finds another level and Jarkko Nieminen, who held a 4-1 lead in this second set, is now back on serve. Wobble averted?
Monsieur Mouratoglou is the coach of Serena Williams, and the world No.1, begins her #RG15 quest last up on Philippe-Chatrier against Czech Andrea Hlavackova. She follows Djokovic's ding-dong with Nieminen.
Andrea Petkovic skips into the second round with victory over American Shelby Rogers.
Well here's a turn up for the books. Novak Djokovic has been broken by Jarkko Nieminen in the second set. The Finn has been mixing it up out on Philippe-Chatrier, getting into the net, and it's working.
Euguenie Bouchard - the sixth seed - is no longer hanging around on the sidelines of PSG's home ground Parc des Princes. She's playing right now on Court Suzanne-Lenglen against promising French hope Kristina Mladenovic.
It's a solid start from French 20th seed Richard Gasquet who has a good day on home clay against Belgian Germain Gigunon.
A 35-minute work-out for Novak Djokovic, a strong title contender this week, as he takes the first set against Jarkko Nieminen. Djokovic made more unforced errors in that opener - 10 compared to seven for the Finn - but he was 14-5 up when he came to hitting clean winners.
Fans of Jelena Jankovic look away from Court 3 now. The 30-year-old, a former Roland-Garros semi-finalist, is in trouble against Sesil Karatantcheva of Bulgaria.
Over on Court 1, German 10th seed Andrea Petkovic is one set to the good against American Shelby Rogers. Petko's best Grand Slam result came in Paris last year when she reached the semi-finals.
Novak Djokovic is meeting the seasoned Finn Jarko Nieminen, who he leads in head-to-heads 4-1, in the first-round of #RG15. The world No.1 has the early break in the opener. We'll be keeping a close eye on this match of course but it's early days.
It's au revoir but not goodbye to Leigh Walsh, who is heading off to her rightful place in the posh seats at Philippe-Chatrier. It's me, Sarah, back for the final stretch on day three after visiting a local boulangerie for a camembert baguette, and no I'm not joking. Now then Nole, what are you up to?
That Novak is a bit good, isn't he? He arrives in Paris riding a 22-match winning streak and how he'd love to extend that to 29 over the next 12 days. The Serb is chasing a coveted crown in Paris, the only piece missing from his Grand Slam title jigsaw. How rare is the Career Grand Slam? Only four men in the Open Era have achieved the feat: Rod Laver, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. He takes on veteran Jarkko Nieminen today.
Novak Djokovic has entered Court Philippe-Chatrier but before we get to the in-form Serb, a look at tomorrow's schedule:
Court Philippe-Chatrier Sharapova v Diatchenko Nishikori v Bellucci Monfils v Schwartzman Suarez Navarro v Razzanno
Court Suzanne-Lenglen Stosur v Hesse Federer v Granollers Halep v Lucic-Baroni Tsonga v Sela
Court 1 Simon v Klizan Cornet v Delgheru Berdych v Stepanek Ivanovic v Doi
A big smile and a fist pump from Bacsinszky as she moves through to the second round. The Swiss looked impressive out on Court 7 today, popping off 41 winners during the 82-minute encounter. Side note: Bacsinszky is a MASSIVE Federer fan. She even admits to shedding the odd tear when he wins a Grand Slam.
Game, set and match Rafael Nadal. How often have the Court Philippe-Chatrier faithful heard that? The nine-time champion improves his record at Roland Garros to 67-1 with a comfortable win. The stats tell the tale. Nadal's winners to unforced errors count: 26-13. And Halys'? 24-51. The talented French youngster will take a lot from this experience.
John Isner, who has been in solid form of late on the clay of Europe, takes the opening set 7-5 against Andreas Seppi. This is a tricky opener for Isner. Remember, it was Seppi who sent Roger Federer packing at this year's Australian Open. But the American No. 1 has handled the occassion well so far. Ten aces and 20 winners on the board for the big man.
Kevin Anderson (RSA) def. Tim Smyczek (USA) 6-4 6-4 6-2 Jeremy Chardy (FRA) def. Michael Berrer (GER) 4-6 6-3 6-4 6-4
In the battle of the one-handed backhands (both delightful may I add), Gasquet has taken the opening set from Gigounon 6-3. There were some hot-shot-reel points in that opener, with both players producing some stunning efforts. The Frenchman's also thrown in the odd serve and volley play. Lovely stuff.
How many times have we seen that? Rafael Nadal, dressed head to toe in blue, runs around his backhand and rips a forehand winner down the line to open up a 6-3 6-3 lead. Fourteen winners so far for the Spaniard. But more importantly, just the nine unforced errors to Halys' 37.
It's safe to say Leonardo Mayer knows a thing or two about winning five-set matches. The Argentine contested the longest match in Davis Cup history earlier this year and he's just gone the distance again, defeating Czech youngster Jiri Vesely 3-6 7-6 6-3 5-7 6-2. The Argentine has reached the third round here four times.
Timea Bacsinszky has been one of the WTA's standout players this season. Last year, she arrived at Roland-Garros ranked outside the top 100 and was working her way back up the ladder after taking time out of the game. This year, well, she's ranked at a dizzying No. 24 and she doesn't look like slowing. She's leads Lara Arruabarrena 4-3. Early days yet.
Richard Gasquet is up and running against world No. 209 Germain Gigounon. The Frenchman dropped his serve in the opening game, but he's broken back immediately for 1-1. Gasquet, who is making his 12th appearance at Roland-Garros, is one of France's most decorated players. Only Yannick Noah (23) can better his 12 career titles.
Nadal's bid for "La Decima" is off to a solid start. He takes the opening set 6-3 against Quentin Halys, who is making his maiden Grand Slam appearance. The debutante appears to be settling into the occassion more and more, but he's up against one of tennis' biggest challenges. Rafa. On clay. In Paris.
Let's waste no time and take a hop, skip and jump across to Court 7 where Nicolas Almagro is getting under way against Alexandr Dolgopolov. Interesting one, this. Almagro is making his way back up the rankings after undergoing foot surgery last year. A terrific clay-court player, Almagro is one of only six active players with more than 200 wins on clay. And Dolgopolov, well, he's just a treat to watch. It should be a good one.
The delightful Sarah Holt has stepped out for a well-deserved break - round of applause everyone. So you'll have to make do with me, Leigh, for the next while. Please don't be shy, get in touch on twitter at either @rolandgarros or @leighwalsh87. We're all ears.
We've got the racket out, folks, which means one thing: another result has landed. The first three games took THIRTY minutes to complete, but the pace picked up and Wozniacki booked her place in the second round. The winner count in that one makes for an interesting read: Knapp with 29, Wozniacki with nine.
There's been great discussion in the Parisian cafes and beyond about whether Nadal can add a 10th title to his Roland-Garros title this year. Roland-Garros.com reporter Matt Trollope says you discount the Spanish clay-court king at your peril. You can read why in his feature.
Zarina Diyas, the 32nd seed in the women's draw, is safely through to the second round at Roland-Garros for the first time with a quick win over Germany's Dinah Pfizenmaier.
Rafa Nadal is on the board, breaking Quentin Halys in the opening game. Nadal's outfit is an homage to the French Open as he's dressed all in Les Bleus. We hope that makes sense! Anyway, this is the lowest Nadal has ever been seeded at Roland-Garros - he's the sixth seed - and he has endured his leanest European claycourt season since his rookie year of 2003.
Caroline Wozniacki is finding her rhythm over on Suzanne-Lenglen against Italy's Karin Knapp. The Danish fifth seed recently proved she has the endurance if she needs it, running the New York City marathon last November in a super-impressive time of three hours and 26 minutes.
So it's Rafa time. The nine-time champion is up against 18-year-old French wildcard Quentin Halys in the first round. The cheers are audible at Blog HQ as Nadal walks onto his patch at Philippe-Chatrier carrying two massive racquet bags. Halys, who is competing in his first-ever Grand Slam, quietly sorts out his kit, preparing for what is the biggest match of his career so far.
There we have it. After two hours and 25 minutes, the women's fourth seed Petra Kvitova wraps up victory against tough New Zealander Marina Erakovic. Kvitova gives her thoughts on court: "There are a lot of nerves out there. I'm pretty sure I have to improve everything in my game."
A quick update. Petra Kvitova gets down low to break back with another clever forehand. She's now serving for the match.
The crowd are on their feet at Philippe-Chatrier. They're witnessing quite a contest as Marina Erakovic breaks Petra Kvitova straight back. What a day they have in store with Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams still to come.
Over on Suzanne-Lenglen, Caroline Wozniacki, wearning sunshine yellow and a plaster on her left knee, finds herself embroiled in some intense early exchanges with Italian Karin Knapp. It's on serve in the opening set.
Three mighty strokes from Petra Kvitova earn her another break at just the right time. She pumps her fist as she sends another fizzing forehand over the net to break at 4-3 in the third. She's playing to stay in the tournament and it shows.
Portugal's Joao Sousa reaches the second round for, well, the second time with victory over Canada's Vasek Pospisil. Did you know that Sousa is a master of language? The 26-year-old can speak Spanish, Catalan, English, French and Italian. Tennis players learning languages is a thing - and you can read more in Kate Battersby's feature for Roland-Garros.com.
Marin Cilic marches into the second round. The Croatian ninth seed, who won the 2005 junior title here on the red stuff, wound up his big serve to help him on his way, sending over 14 aces against Robin Haase. The US Open winner is the first reigning men's Grand Slam champion through to round two. We have the other two chaps heading our way soon...
Svetlana Kuznetsova comes through her battle with Netherlands' Kiki Bertens on Court 1. This is by far the most productive major for the 2009 Roland-Garros winner, who's also reached one final (2006), a semi-final (2008), and four quarter-finals (2007, 2011, 2013, 2014) here.
OK, we're back and just in time to bring you some breaking news from Phlippe Chatrier. Petra Kvitova, the fourth seed here, has lost the second set to Marina Erakovic. Kvitova had broken for an early lead in the second but a total of 43 unforced errors in the match are taking their toll on the Czech and we're into a third to settle this one.
Please forgive us here at Blog HQ as we celebrate Ferrer's win by dashing away from Blog HQ for a few minutes. Back soon!
Job done for David Ferrer, who defeats Lukas Lacko to book his place in the second round and record that landmark 300th win on clay. So far so good for the 2013 Roland-Garros runner-up.
It's a positive start for 20-year-old Czech Tereza Smitkova, who beat American Taylor Townsend on her Roland-Garros debut,
Let's go back to Court 2. Marin Cilic is absolutely motoring against Robin Haase. Unsurprisingly he's been relying on that big serve, firing down eight aces and winning 87% of his points on his first serve.
Kiki Bertens is showing her typical feisty game over on Court 1 as she has levelled her match against 2009 champion Svetlana Kuznetsova. An intriguing first set is just about to begin.
David Ferrer has taken control of his match against Lukas Lacko. Stat fans, may we remind you that should Ferrer win it will be his 300th victory on clay, putting him behind Rafa as the current players to reach that landmark.
Our reporters at Roland-Garros.com will be keeping an expert eye across the American players in action. There are 12 taking to the dirt on day three.
Petra Kvitova takes the first set with her fourth set-point. Marina Erakovic dumps the ball into the net to be broken for a second time. The Czech fourth seed had to tough it out in the opener. Will she find an extra gear to close out the match?
In the leafy environs of Court 3, the first set goes to Portugal's Joao Sousa. The world No.50 is taking on Canada's Vasek Pospisil. It's an exciting day for Canadian tennis fans as the first lady of Canadian tennis, Eugenie Bouchard, is in action on Court Suzanne-Lenglen later.
It's not been easy for the reigning Wimbledon champion on Court Philippe-Chatrier but Petra Kvitova forces Marina Erakovic to make an error with a powerful forehand and we're back on serve in the opener.
Over on Court 2, Marin Cilic is one-set up against Robin Haase, who plays tennis right-handed but is actually left-handed (the opposite of Nadal, who is actually right-handed but plays southpaw).
Lots to tell you about around the courts. On Suzanne-Lenglen, David Ferrer took just 27 minutes to wrap up the first set. Did you know the Spanish seventh seed is an avid reader? Maybe he's in such a rush because he's got a good book on the go.
Svetlana Kuznetsova is in a hurry against Kiki Bertens of the Netherlands over on Court 1. The Russian, seeded 18th here and the 2009 champion, has raced to the first set.
Petra Kvitova was predicting a tough match against Marina Erakovic and it has been tense so far on Centre. Kvitova has form though, arriving in Paris off the back of her title in Madrid, where she inflicted Serena Williams' only defeat of the season in the last four.
Over on Suzanne-Lenglen, Spanish seventh seed David Ferrer is hoping to notch up his 300th victory on clay today. Hoping that he doesn't is Slovakia's world No. 94 Lukas Lacko.
Let's take our tennis binoculars over to Court 2 where we spy a Grand Slam champion in action. Marin Cilic - winner of the 2014 US Open crown - is one of six Slam champs starting in the men's draw. The Croatian is also a break up against Dutch player Robin Haase.
Lukas Lacko (Svk) v David Ferrer (Esp) followed by Karin Knapp (Ita) v Caroline Wozniacki (Den) Richard Gasquet (Fra) v Germain Gigounon (Bel) Kristina Mladenovic (Fra) v Eugenie Bouchard (Can)
Alors, the players are out on court so let's make our own handshakes. I'm Sarah Holt, I'll be your guide for the next few hours at Blog HQ, if you'd like to have a chat about tennis please tweet me. Your thoughts on today's favourites - Rafa, Serena and Novak - are all welcome.
Petra Kvitova (Cze) v Marina Erakovic (Nzl) followed by Quentin Halys (Fra) v Rafael Nadal (Esp) Novak Djokovic (Srb) v Jarkko Nieminen (Fin) Serena Williams (USA) v Andrea Hlavackova (Cze)
It's been a picture-perfect morning in Paris so far for us here at Blog HQ with blue skies, sunshine and blossom gently blowing from the trees in the public parks on the way to Roland-Garros. It's only going to get better with a fiesta of tennis in store across the courts.
Novak Djokovic has been posting some brilliant photos on his Twitter account of what he's been up to in Paris before taking to the courts against Jarkko Nieminen today, including watching Eurovision and going to see rockers ACDC. He also met Mickey Mouse. Next time can we come too?
Also in the mix on Philippe-Chatrier, is Novak Djokovic chasing the one Grand Slam trophy that hasn't made it onto his Monaco mantlepiece. Djokovic arrives with a 22-match winning streak and with ATP Masters titles on clay at Monte Carlo and Rome. In case you didn't know, Nole is on course to meet Rafa in the quarter-finals at #RG15. Gulp.
Rafa's not the only one counting titles at #RG15. World No.1 Serena Williams opens her campaign for a 20th Grand Slam title today. The American star has lifted the Coupe Suzanne-Lenglen twice, in 2002 and 2012, and is in good shape this time around. "If I get to 20 that would be great," Serena says. You can read more in Roland-Garros.com reporter Matt Trollope's feature.
Bonjour! Welcome to day three of the 2015 French Open at Roland-Garros. It's time to welcome the 'King of Clay' as Rafael Nadal, the record-breaking nine-time champion on the terre battue, begins his quest for title No.10 against French wildcard Quentin Halys. But that's not all...
C'est tout for maintenant. We simply cannot top that Court 7 tennis heaven and so we will say night, night. See you tomorrow for the return of Rafa, Serena, Nole and well, loads of other stars.
New kid on the block Kyle Edmund completes an impressive 2-6 6-4 6-3 5-7 6-2 win over Stephane Robert. The experienced Frenchman also showed great guts to fight back in front of an extremely lively crowd at Roland-Garros. But it's the young Brit who goes into the second round to face promising Australian gunslinger Nick Kyrgios.
Lukas Lacko (Svk) v David Ferrer (Esp) followed by Karin Knapp (Ita) v Caroline Wozniacki (Den)
Richard Gasquet (Fra) v Germain Gigounon (Bel)
Kristina Mladenovic (Fra) v Eugenie Bouchard (Can)
In the time it has taken Blog HQ to fetch a plate of carrots and pasta, Kyle Edmund has taken a big step towards victory in his first-round ding-dong with Stephane Robert of France. The Brit has a 4-2 lead in the fifth set. It was 4-0 but Robert, urged on by the crowd, has fought his way back.
Czech Denisa Allertova overcomes the challenges of Jo Konta 7-6 4-6 6-2 - thanks to an epic first set tie-break - to book her place in the second round.
Ear plugs required at Blog HQ as Stephane Robert unleashes some great gets and defensive play to break Kyle Edmund and send the Court 7 crowd into a frenzy. Both these players qualified to reach RG15. But Robert is competing in his seventh French Open while Edmund is playing here for the first time. Which of them will cope with the pressure of a five-setter?
Tomorrow's line-up on Court P-C is so exciting that it's almost not worth going to sleep tonight. If you have tickets for tomorrow you are very, very lucky indeed. It's a bit like a tennis Dream Team.
Petra Kvitova (Cze) v Marina Erakovic (Nzl) followed by
Quentin Halys (Fra) v Rafael Nadal (Esp)
Novak Djokovic (Srb) v Jarkko Nieminen (Fin)
Serena Williams (USA) v Andrea Hlavackova (Cze)
There are fist pumps, and more besides, on Court 7 where the crowd are pulsing in a Mexican wave as they cheer on French hope Stephane Robert and his hopes of a five-set victory against GB's Kyle Edmund.
On Court 5, Denisa Allertova has a 2-1 lead in the deciding third set of her encounter with GB qualifier Jo Konta. Allertova, by the way, is ranked as the world No.86 while Konta is the world No.143.
A five-setter brewing on Court 7, which handily is almost visible, and certainly audible, from Blog HQ. Kyle Edmund, who is playing in his first French Open after coming through qualifying, is into a fourth set against Frenchman Stephane Robert, who has plenty of support and a 4-3 lead in the fourth.
Just two matches to go on day at RG15 and both of them involving battling Brits. Who'd have thought it? First let's round-up the latest scores with the help of our friends on the Roland-Garros.com twitter team.
Sloane Stephens completes a 7-6 6-1 victory over Venus Williams in their first-ever meeting. The 22-year-old seals victory on Suzanne-Lenglen with an ace. Venus lost momentum after the rigours of an intense first set that lasted just over an hour and was settled by a tie-break.
The @ESPNTennis crew give their @RolandGarros picks. Favorites, sleepers & toughest road to the final--> http://t.co/PVV4ib2xX1 #RG15
It was a day for the kids! Saturday at #RG15 was filled with sun, music & some fan favorites: http://t.co/GgMw11B21u http://t.co/TunBlc5NmR
ICYMI: #Lucic-Baroni reminisces about #Chatrier matches; plays Davis in 1R on Sunday. http://t.co/tEvdpUaSBz #RG15 http://t.co/Bk8ba1lzKu
Que le den WC para Roland Garros, que los echamos de menos en el tenis! Eurovisión, help 😉!
Swedish tennis looks to bounce back. http://t.co/XCeczXMmSm #RG15 http://t.co/Ahy8sUbS6u
В галлерею официального сайта @EVesnina001 добавлены фотографии с тренировки на @rolandgarros http://t.co/bX8grmObhu #RG15 #teamvesnina
#RGWorld Roland Garros é o torneio em que brasileiros mais alcançaram resultados positivos ao longo da história. http://t.co/Y44nZJLL0a
This draw has produced the most open Roland Garros in years. Who's your pick to win? http://t.co/bugtPgWArB #RG15 http://t.co/KyZgCkfclD
Chaque jour nous prenons des nouvelles des 8 têtes de série messieurs et dames avec le journal des favoris : http://t.co/scLkeGYYNK #RG15
.@rafaelnadal shares how winning at Roland Garros has affected his overall career. WATCH:http://t.co/0kpJnVFfeD #RG15 http://t.co/0vT2qVybqH
Love the outcome of this @ellesseitalia clip! Lets get it started! #RG2015 http://t.co/FHtqow2QDc
After his #RG15 withdrawal, we speak to @milosraonic exclusively on @USATODAYsports about what's next for him: http://t.co/vzbCx2nYjO
Tour d'horizon sur les Français à la veille du début des matchs du tournoi principal de #RG15 http://t.co/3to9u8uB3s http://t.co/miAvzQLY2n
.@Daria_Gav takes us behind the scenes from @RolandGarros players party--> http://t.co/bzVuTGI7sz #RG15 #WTA http://t.co/IYZ8C4HXdq
What did our top seeds get up to today? Don't miss a beat as we follow the favourites: http://t.co/ptgH3aMUbO #RG15 http://t.co/QGsajv3Ldd
Choices, choices! Which of tomorrow's Day 1 matches will you be following? Order of Play:http://t.co/4WYlsPFpj6 #RG15 http://t.co/POFpwib9RC
Well done @KimmerCoppejans and @GermainGigou for reaching first grand slam main draw! 8 belgians in the draw! #FrenchOpen #RG2015
How do you like my @babolat #FrenchOpen bag? #belgiumcolours http://t.co/lWfITSpWIC
Selfies and tweeners...all in a day's work hey @NickKyrgios? ;) #RG15 #InsideRG http://t.co/e4Mm7ztZ21
We got a taste of what's to come with some of the exhibition matches today. Are you ready to play on clay? #RG15 http://t.co/S4oYIxDxGS
.#Lucic-Baroni reminisces about #Chatrier matches; plays Davis in 1R on Sunday. http://t.co/tEvdpUaSBz #RG15 http://t.co/1hDme4YNRK
Just popped by @WilsonTennis .. Now I feel ready for @rolandgarros #RG15 #teampetra #petrainparis http://t.co/VBkqMl99Ah