Gallery: The story from day seven at the 2018 French Open
Here’s our pictorial from the first Saturday of the 2018 French Open at Roland Garros.
Fabio Fognini blending in with the red clay.
His opponent Kyle Edmund took a tumble during their match.
Edmund in some bother.
But the trainer sorted him quickly and he battled on before going down in five sets to Fognini.
The red dirt leaving its mark on Garbine Muguruza.
The Spaniard, though, eased into the next round with victory over Sam Stosur.
Anett Kontaveit claimed the big scalp of Petra Kvitova with two tie-breakers.
Sloane Stephens also had a battle on her hands, but she eventually got the better of Carmila Giorgi.
Maria Sharapova was in a hurry as she beat Karolina Pliskova 6-2, 6-1.
A general view of Philippe-Chatrier.
The Rafael Nadal show continues as he reached the last 16 with a three-set win over Richard Gasquet.
Andy Murray’s cheeky post from England v Scotland game creates social media stir
Andy Murray has tended to avoid getting involved in the England v Scotland rivalry, but he couldn’t resist on Friday night.
British number one Dan Evans goes out at quarter-final stage at Queen’s Club
But Cameron Norrie books his place in the last eight.
Dan Evans has his run at Queen’s Club ended by Matteo Berrettini
Top seed Matteo Berrettini reached the semi-finals with a 7-6 (5) 6-3 victory.
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Judy Murray wants to see more women participating in tennis at all levels.
Naomi Osaka will not play at Wimbledon but she is preparing to return to the game
Wimbledon is set to begin on June 28 and Naomi Osaka will be missing.
Andy Murray insists his ambition is not dented after compressive defeat at Queen’s Club
The Scot was overpowered 6-3 6-3.
Wimbledon organisers defend online ticket sale amid complaints from fans
Vast majority of those applying had no issues.
Impressive Matteo Berrettini ends Andy Murray’s Queen’s Club comeback
Andy Murray was overpowered by Matteo Berrettini.
‘I’m just pleased to have come through,’ Dan Evans after easing into Queen’s Club last eight
British No 1 secured a two-set win over the Frenchman.
‘The goal is to prolong my career,’ says Rafael Nadal as he withdraws from Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics
Rafael Nadal opts to take an extended.