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Rafael Nadal will start would could be his last French Open against Alexander Zverev, the No. 4 seed.
French Open: Rd. 1
Sun, May 26
12:00PM EDT
Mon, May 27
11:00AM EDT
French Open - First Round
Mon, May 27
11:00AM EDT
French Open: Rd. 1
Iga Swiatek tops the French Open women’s singles draw, seeking a fourth title in five years.
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal headline the French Open men’s singles draw.
They are the first non-French pair to be awarded a wild card into the men’s doubles at Roland Garros in more than 20 years.
American Danielle Collins is in position to make a deep run in her final French Open.
If this is, as expected, Rafael Nadal’s final French Open, it will be one that everyone — the 37-year-old Spaniard included — surely will remember vividly.
Dominic Thiem was beaten by Otto Virtanen on Court Suzanne Lenglen and won’t make an 11th and final appearance in the main draw of the clay-court Grand Slam.


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Needing a win to face Novak Djokovic next at the Geneva Open, Andy Murray was saved by a heavy rainstorm when he trailed unseeded Yannick Hanfmann in a first-round match.
The tournament begins this weekend and it remains uncertain if Rafael Nadal will enter.
Considering the state of his rivals in the top five, Alexander Zverev’s credentials entering Roland Garros are looking pretty good following his second Italian Open title.
Emma Raducanu had been expected to try to fight her way through three rounds of qualifying at Roland Garros, as she famously did on her way to winning the U.S. Open in 2021.
Swiatek didn’t drop a set at the Foro Italico and extended her tour winning streak to 12 matches.
For about an hour, Alexander Zverev had no answer to the rocket-like forehands and perfectly placed drop shots that Alejandro Tabilo kept producing.
Novak Djokovic is a surprise entry for the Geneva Open, the last men’s warmup for the French Open. Andy Murray also has a wild card.
The Queen’s Club will stage a women’s tennis tournament next year for the first time in more than a half-century, though it may prove to be a one-off.
Tommy Paul has produced the biggest clay-court result of his career at the Italian Open. And he’s still going.
Danielle Collins has been nearly unbeatable lately. Even with her announced retirement looming.