Find out what the adidas players will wear at Roland Garros this year:

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Ana Ivanovic:

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Fernando Verdasco:

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Novak Djokovic and Gael Monfils advanced to the third round in 4 sets.
The task was much more difficult for Roger Federer who needed 5 sets to defeat former top 10 player Gilles Simon. The world No.2 next faces Belgian Xavier Malisse in the third round.
It was also a tough day for Venus Williams and Francesca Schiavone, who battle 3 sets to win over -respectively- Sandra Zahlavova and Rebecca Marino.
Venus apparently suffered a muscle injury near her groin but with the Williams, you never know…

Day 3 results

Seeds upsets: Marion Bartoli (15), Kaia Kanepi (20), Yanina Wickmayer (21), Mardy Fish (16), Albert Montanes (25), Juan Monaco (26)

Stat of the day: 9
2003 US Open champion Andy Roddick is through to the third round of the Australian Open for the 9th consecutive year. He will face Robin Haase.

Match of the day: Fernando Verdasco defeats Janko Tipsarevic
Verdasco came back from two sets to love, saved 4 match points and finally prevailed 2-6 4-6 6-4 7-6 (0) 6-0.

Matches to follow on day 4:
Don’t miss tomorrow the match between Juan Martin Del Potro and Marcos Baghdatis: it should be highly spectacular and entertaining!
Nadia Petrova(RUS)[13] vs. Alicia Molik(AUS)
Juan Martin Del Potro(ARG) vs. Marcos Baghdatis(CYP)[21]
Bernard Tomic(AUS) vs. Feliciano Lopez (ESP)[31]
John Isner(USA)[20] vs. Radek Stepanek(CZE)[9]

2-time Australian Open champion Stefan Edberg turns 45 today, so happy birthday Stefan!

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Fernando Verdasco

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This Tennis Buzz #4 is all about spanish players: the one who retires, the one who is featured in a charity calendar and the one who wants to conquer the world (again).

Former world number one and 1998 French Open champion Carlos Moya has announced his retirement from professional tennis due to a persistent foot injury that sidelined him for the last six months.

“I wanted to say goodbye at one of the big tournaments, the Grand Slams, but that dream wasn’t to be. I am still young for life, but for sport I am already knocking on a bit.”

He won 20 career titles, recorded 24 runner-up finishes and was a member of the winning Davis Cup team who defeated USA in the 2004 final in Seville.

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2009 runner-up Gael Monfils qualified for the semifinals after victories over Becker, Verdasco and Murray. He then beat Roger Federer in a three set thriller 7-6 6-7 7-6, and will meet Robin Soderling in final.

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Gael Monfils

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