Gallery: The story from day one at the 2018 French Open
We look back at some of the shots from the opening Sunday at Roland Garros 2018.
Let’s start with a picture of Court Suzanne Lenglen.
Can you guess who is the owner of these shoes?
Here’s another clue.
Give up? Here you go, it’s Kei Nishikori.
Jelena Ostapenko’s defence of her title was over on the opening day as she was beaten in straight sets by Kateryna Kozlova.
Wang Qiang caused an upset when she beat 2002 French Open runner-up Venus Williams.
It was also a tough day for Johanna Konta, who was another early casualty.
Lucas Pouille with some fancy stuff.
Grigor Dimitrov made a solid start with a three-set win.
Fernando Verdasco needed a medical timeout, but he still managed to win.
Alexander Zverev in motion.
Teen sensation and Andy Murray fan Mirra Andreeva to crack 100 in rankings
Mirra Andreeva set to surge to a career-high of No 97.
Denis Shapovalov says he is ‘a huge fan’ of Carlos Alcaraz ahead of French Open clash
The Canadian praised the world No 1 for being “super humble” given what he has already achieved.
Aryna Sabalenka refuses to answer questions about war from Ukrainian journalist
The world No 2 was asked about her apparent links to Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko.
‘Iron Man’ Novak Djokovic keeps mum about mysterious object on chest
Novak Djokovic trying to impersonate Iron Man.
Emma Raducanu splits with fifth coach in two years
The former German player was appointed in mid-December.
Carlos Alcaraz says he ‘does not copy’ Djokovic, Nadal or Federer
The world No 1 has declared he is “simply 100% Alcaraz”.
Thanasi Kokkinakis after brutal win: ‘S*** I have to go again in two days’
“To try and win five sets is brutal. It’s a pain, especially on clay.”
Tennis player cops big fine, docked ranking points after disgraceful incident
Mikael Ymer lost his prize money, fined and docked his ranking points.
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