Rafael Nadal is the overwhelming favourite to retain his French Open crown, but we look at the players most likely to topple the king.
A look at how Rafael Nadal might be stopped at the French Open, featuring some serious suggestions and some not so serious.
Kristyna Pliskova faces a daunting opening-round contest at the French Open against Serena Williams.
The Williams sisters will look to add to their two French Open doubles titles after being handed a wildcard for Roland Garros.
After a miserable start to 2018, Stan Wawrinka is back from injury and winning again on the ATP World Tour in Switzerland.
Even the weather could not save Sloane Stephens from elimination on Wednesday, while Daria Gavrilova was again frustrated by Sam Stosur.
Hyeon Chung may require surgery to resolve an ankle problem which has troubled him throughout the clay-court season.
While Dominic Thiem had no problem progressing in Lyon on Tuesday, the weather halted Stan Wawrinka at the Geneva Open.
World number nine Sloane Stephens was unable to seal victory in the first round of the Nuremberg Cup before bad light disrupted play.
ESPN's ranking of the most famous sports stars in the world again has Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of LeBron James and Lionel Messi.
Elina Svitolina will meet Simona Halep or Maria Sharapova in the Internazionali d'Italia final after breezing past Anett Kontaveit.
Rafael Nadal said a rain break gave him time to consider a different approach after he turned the tide to beat Alexander Zverev in Rome.
With the French Open looming, Serena Williams put in the work at Roland Garros on Monday.
Kiki Bertens needed just over an hour to see off Dejana Radanovic to stretch her run of main-draw wins in Nuremberg to 13.
Seeds Gael Monfils and Adrian Mannarino endured more misery on clay on home soil in Lyon on Monday.
With the French Open just over a week away, Juan Martin del Potro is battling a groin strain.
An off-colour and potentially injured Simona Halep had no answer to Elina Svitolina in the Internazionali d'Italia final.
Andy Murray was reported to have suffered an injury setback, but he is expected to be back on court in the Netherlands next month.
Milos Raonic says he has pulled out of the second grand slam of the year in Paris "with a heavy heart."