As it happened: May 30
Follow along as we bring you all the updates from around the grounds at Roland-Garros 2023
12:20am Monfils triumphs in thriller
Court Philippe-Chatrier was shaking for three hours and 47 minutes as Gael Monfils rallied back from 0-4 down in the deciding set, and broke Sebastian Baez as he was serving for the match en route to a 3-6, 6-3, 7-5, 1-6, 7-5 victory over the young Argentine.
"I said to myself I haven’t won a match since I became a dad, my daughter is in Paris, so I said to myself, I’m going to win one. I started to take a step back, believe in the energy of the crowd. We did it together," Monfils told the crowd after the match.
10:00pm Bibi passes Vika test
Bianca Andreescu triumphed in a battle of Grand Slam champions against Victoria Azarenka, defeating the former world number one 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 in two and half hours.
The Canadian 2019 US Open champion is through to the second round in Paris for the third time in the last four years but has yet to make it past that stage.
Her next opponent is American wildcard Emma Navarro.
8:30pm Monfils headlines night session
Monfils suffered a plantar fascia rupture in his right foot last August in Montreal and was sidelined until March this year. He retired in the first round of Miami with a wrist injury and is 0-4 at tour-level this season.
The French veteran's current ranking is 394 and he entered Roland-Garros with an injury protected ranking of No.35.
Meanwhile, Baez is the No.2 Argentine and one of 10 men from his nation in this year’s main draw.
7:30pm Swiatek eases into last 64
World No.1 Iga Swiatek kicked off her title defence campaign with a comfortable 6-4, 6-0 victory over Spaniard Cristina Bucsa.
The Polish three-time Grand Slam champion dropped serve twice in the opening set but immediately retaliated before cruising to a 73-minute victory. Swiatek will next face Claire Liu or Ylena In-Albon.
5:52pm Seyboth Wild stuns Medvedev
Brazilian qualifier and Roland-Garros main draw debutant Thiago Seyboth Wild has delivered the first big upset of the tournament so far, knocking out world No.2 Daniil Medvedev 7-6(5), 6-7(6), 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 after 4hr 15min of battle on Court Philippe-Chatrier.
Seyboth Wild, ranked 172 in the world, is playing in just the second Grand Slam main draw of his career, and will next face Guido Pella or Quentin Halys.
5:30pm Rybakina into round two
Wimbledon champion and No.4 seed Elena Rybakina faced a stiff opening-set challenge from 16-year-old Roland-Garros debutante Brenda Fruhvirtova before punching her ticket to the second round with a 6-4, 6-2 victory.
Rybakina, a champion in Rome last week, will next take on former Roland-Garros girls' singles champion Linda Noskova.
4:30pm Vavassori pulls off five-hour comeback
Making his Roland-Garros main-draw debut, Italian qualifier Andrea Vavassori rallied back from two-sets-to-love down, winning three consecutive tiebreaks, to complete an incredible 5h 11min first-round victory over Serbia's No.31 seed Miomir Kecmanovic.
3:52pm Meanwhile on Court Simonne-Mathieu
3:46pm Medvedev rights the ship
The world No.2 saves two sets points against Brazilian qualifier Thiago Seyboth Wild to take the second set 7-6(6) and level the match at 1-1 on a breezy Court Philippe-Chatrier.
3:26pm Coco tested but through
Last year's finalist and No.6 seed Coco Gauff came back from a set down against Spain's Rebeka Masarova, going through 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, and will now face the winner of Court 12's match-up between qualifier Arantxa Rus and world No.61 Julia Grabher.
"Paris is my favourite city in the world," she told the delighted crowds on Court Suzanne-Lenglen.
3:00pm Medvedev battling on Chatrier
World No.2 Daniil Medvedev has lost the opening set and is battling in the second as he trails Brazilian qualifier Thiago Seyboth Wild 6-7(5), 2-2 on Court Philippe-Chatrier.
2:48pm Gauff strikes back
World No.6 Coco Gauff has levelled the match against Rebeka Masarova 3-6, 6-1 to force a third set on Court Suzanne-Lenglen.
1:19pm Casper in command
Norwegian No.4 seed Casper Ruud eased past Swedish qualifier Elias Ymer 6-4, 6-3, 6-2 to set up a second round between Italian Giulio Zeppieri or Kazakhstan's Alexander Bublik.
Ruud has the most clay wins (82) on the ATP Tour since the beginning of 2020. This season he is 12-5 on clay and he won his 10th career title in Estoril.
1:10pm Game Ons!
Last year, Jabeur came into Roland-Garros as one of the title favourites, having won the WTA 1000 in Madrid and made the final in Rome. The Tunisian then lost in the first round in Paris to Poland's Magda Linette on opening Sunday and was out of the tournament within two hours from its start.
This year, the No.7 seed has made sure those memories have been banished as she kicked off her RG2023 campaign with a comfortable 6-4, 6-1 success over Bronzetti in just 70 minutes. She awaits one of two Frenchwomen, Selena Janicijevic or Oceane Dodin, in the last 64.
12:55pm Jabeur cruising
The Tunisian, who reached the Wimbledon and US Open finals last year, was broken while serving for the opening set at 5-2 but closed it out at the second time of asking to secure a one-set advantage in 40 minutes.
Since start of the 2022 season, Jabeur has won 24 matches on clay - only Iga Swiatek (30) has won more.
12:37pm Ruud on a roll
Ruud's build-up to Roland-Garros included a title run in Estoril and a semi-final showing in Rome, while Ymer excelled in RG qualifying, booking his main draw spot without dropping a set.
12:02pm Cracking start for Andreeva
Teenage qualifier Mirra Andreeva goes through to the second round with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Alison Riske-Amritraj on Court 10.
The 16-year-old Andreeva came through qualifying without dropping a set, and will now face French wildcard Diane Parry who stunned No.25 seed Anhelina Kalinina 6-2, 6-3 shortly after on Court Simonne-Mathieu.
11:52pm Seeing double
Men's doubles are in the mix today. Currently on Court 4 the experienced Colombian pairing of Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah are a set up against Argentina's Guido Andreozzi and Tomas Martin Etcheverry, who is fresh from his first-round singles win over Jack Draper.
You can find the full men's doubles draw here.
Bonjour à tous!
Hello everyone and welcome to Day 3 at Roland-Garros. The remaining first round matches will be completed today with a jam-packed schedule featuring defending champion Iga Swiatek, last year's finalists Casper Ruud and Coco Gauff, recent Rome champion Daniil Medvedev and Elena Rybakina, as well as fan favourites like Ons Jabeur, and Gael Monfils, who headlines the night session with an intriguing clash against Argentina's Sebastian Baez.
Play starts on all courts at 11:00am, except for Court Philippe-Chatrier, which has an 11:45am start.
Here's some essential reading material to get you going before the matches begin.