Lenglen


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Lenglen

Suzanne . 1899--1938, French tennis player: Wimbledon champion (1919-25)
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Number two seed Djokovic will play Dominic Thiem of Austria in the first match on Suzanne Lenglen, while Nadal meets compatriot Pablo Carreno on Philippe Chatrier.
The crowd on Court Suzanne Lenglen lapped up every crazy moment and mass delirium ensued when Fognini missed a forehand to bring the match to an end after three hours and 24 minutes.
The Belarussian, Australian Open champion the last two years, raced to a 5-0 lead and was 5-1 up when the match was interrupted by rain on Court Suzanne Lenglen.
The second-seeded Sharapova did not face a break point during the 54-minute match on Court Suzanne Lenglen, in part because she did not double-fault once and won 89 percent of her first-serve points.
But the little Slovakian, who reached the semi-finals in 2009, handled the cold, windy conditions on the Suzanne Lenglen court far better than the tall Belarusian.
Defending champion Li Na of China, the seventh seed, will take on the 20-year-old American Christina McHale on Court Suzanne Lenglen.
She took time out to head to Court Suzanne Lenglen, where her idols Steffi Graf and Monica Seles were competing for a place in the final.
The one-set shoot-out on Court Suzanne Lenglen seemed to be going Troicki's way when the Serb moved to 30-0, serving at 5-3 but a combination of nerves and some gutsy play from Murray helped him chalk up five games in a row to win 4-6 4-6 6-3 6-2 7-5.
An angry Andy Murray has crashed out of the French Open as Thomas Berdych blasted him off Suzanne Lenglen Court to reach the quarter-finals.
The five-time Wimbledon champion was broken three times by Patty Schnyder - twice to love - on Suzanne Lenglen Court.
The Scot made just 14 unforced errors on Suzanne Lenglen court, his often cautious approach working perfectly as 13th seed Cilic made errors on both wings.