Gallery: The story from day five at the 2018 French Open
We look back at day four at Roland Garros with some pictures.
There were no weather worries for Rafael Nadal today, with Rolland Garros bathed in sunshine.
It didn’t take him long to put himself in the next round either as he simply overpowered Guido Pella in straight sets.
Kyle Edmund was successful too, beating Marton Fucsovics in four sets.
Home favourite Julien Benneteau waved and emotional farewell to Roland Garros as he lost to Juan Martin Del Potro.
Maria Sharapova just keeps on getting better. She’s into round three.
As is world number one Simona Halep…
… and the increasingly impressive Garbine Muguruza.
The Williams sisters were back together in doubles action.
Rafael Nadal says Novak Djokovic was ‘very unlucky’ with default, but insists players should have ‘self-control’
Rafael Nadal adds his two cents on Novak Djokovic’s disqualification.
Two-time French Open runner-up Kim Clijsters explains why she won’t be playing at Roland Garros
Kim Clijsters not sure when she will play again.
‘Nice guy’ Dominic Thiem deserves US Open and ‘right behind Rafa’ to win French Open – Novak Djokovic
Djokovic welcomes Thiem to Grand Slam winners club.
‘I’m still not feeling 100% tennis-wise but I enjoyed it,’ says Kei Nishikori after first win in a year
Kei Nishikori gets a win under his belt in Rome.
Rafael Nadal double downs on Novak Djokovic-led PTPA criticism: ‘We should not pursue our own interests’
‘We are going through a world crisis,’ says Nadal.
Andy Murray and Eugenie Bouchard handed French Open wildcards
Murray set for first Roland Garros appearance since 2016.
‘I was in shock and I was shaken by the whole thing,’ says Novak Djokovic about US Open default
Djokovic was disqualified from the US Open.
‘I achieved a life goal,’ says US Open winner Dominic Thiem after lifting his maiden Grand Slam
Dominic Thiem is a Grand Slam champion.
US Open day 14: An exhausted Dominic Thiem, Jordanne Whiley’s home support, 2020 roll of honour
The story of the final day of action at Flushing Meadows.
Alexander Zverev: ‘I do believe that I will be a Grand Slam champion at some point’
Alexander Zverev confident his chance will come.