Linda Pearce While Samantha Stosur is likely to again be the sole Australian singles presence in the French Open's second week, the influence of one admired Australian will be felt by all at Roland Garros.
For all her struggles with form and fitness in 2013, Samantha Stosur's belief in making another serious run at the French Open title remains as strong as ever.
London Bernard Tomic's management won't confirm he will contest the French Open, raising fresh doubts over Australia's top-ranked male player's appearance at Roland Garros.
Open champion Andy Murray has withdrawn from next week's French Open because of an injury, the first major he'll miss since 2007.
Linda Pearce John Tomic has been banned from Roland Garros as his son, Bernard, prepares to contest next week's French Open.
His place in the French Open has been confirmed but Australian still not seen at Roland Garros.
Liam Fitzgibbon, Paris Samantha Stosur knows better than to underestimate wily Japanese veteran Kimiko Date-Krumm.
Linda Pearce Brad Drewett deserves the thanks of players, from French Open qualifying all the way up.
Dave James PARIS: Rafael Nadal can become the first man to win the same grand slam title eight times at the French Open but the Spaniard may have to get past Novak Djokovic before he even contemplates history.
Christopher Clarey, Paris Spaniard is in top-seeded Novak Djokovic's half of the draw.
Rome Scot walks off the court after second set in second-round Italian Open match.
Linda Pearce Tennis Australia is expecting and encouraging Bernard Tomic to contest this month's French Open, despite coach John Tomic recently declaring his son's participation unlikely.
Christopher Clarey John Tomic, the father and coach of Australian star Bernard Tomic, will not be granted accreditation to this year's French Open, according to the tournament director Gilbert Ysern.
Darren Walton SAMANTHA STOSUR launches her French Open campaign tomorrow vowing to stay cool and to enjoy the Parisian experience.
Kathryn Wicks Join us for live coverage of Australian Samantha Stosur's first round match at the French Open against Britain's Elena Baltacha.
The Men's Singles 1st Round tennis matches of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, on May 27, 2012 in Paris.
Paris Try as he might, iron-willed Australian unable to drag himself into second round.
After more than four hours on court at the French Open, Alex Bogomolov Jr. was one point from losing when he decided he'd had enough.
Darren Walton, Paris Teenage tennis prodigy Bernard Tomic is surprising even himself with his rapid development on clay.
She has been likened to a young Martina Hingis, but Ashleigh Barty won't make the French Open final as a 16-year-old like the Swiss Miss did.