Gallery: The story from day two of the 2018 French Open
We look back at day two of the 2018 French Open with some pictures.
Pre-tournament favourite Petra Kvitova had to work for her victory.
Victoria Azarenka sporting some nice shoes with her son Leo’s name on it.
We are not quite sure what Ernests Gulbis is trying to say here, but it helped as he advanced.
Former French Open champion Stan Wawrinka on the run…home as he is lost his opening match against Guillermo Garcia-Lopez of Spain.
That losing feeling.
While Guillermo Garcia-Lopez enjoys that winning feeling.
Novak Djokovic was looking something like himself again as he eased into the second round in straight sets.
Heather Watson was in brilliant form to blow away Oceane Dodin.
Second seed Caroline Wozniacki was pushed hard by Danielle Collins, but it was her who came out smiling in the end.
Rafael Nadal looked far from comfortable at times dealing with the big-hitting Simone Bolelli.
But he was two sets up when rain forced them off court.
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Benoit Paire makes controversial exit.
‘Proud’ Victoria Azarenka battles through the pain to beat Elina Svitolina at Qatar Open
Victoria Azarenka gets the better of Elina Svitolina.
Stefanos Tsitsipas impresses in Rotterdam to set up Karen Khachanov clash
Stefanos Tsitsipas retained hopes of a first ATP 500 title.
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A win against a top 10 player will kick-start Murray’s 2021.
Iga Swiatek keeps rising and has the potential to become a dominant figure on the WTA Tour
Oli Jefford on Iga Swiatek’s rise.
‘Tremendous player’ Kim Clijsters to resume her comeback as she accepts Miami and Charleston wildcards
Kim Clijsters set to feature in Miami and Charleston.
‘Motivated’ Garbine Muguruza shows fighting spirit as she beats defending Doha champion Aryna Sabalenka
Muguruza ends Sabalenka’s Doha title defence.
Andy Murray set to compete in Dubai and Miami events as he hints at playing full-clay court season
Andy Murray on his next few events.
Andy Murray shows real signs of promise despite defeat to Andrey Rublev
There were certainly encouraging signs for Andy Murray.
Angry Andy Murray loses to world number eight Andrey Rublev in Rotterdam
The three-time grand slam winner was beaten 7-5, 6-2.