Of all the champions I’ve seen this week, Li Na is the only one who didn’t stop by to pose for photos or sign a few autographs.

Li Na

Li Na

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Back from my third day at Roland Garros. My first day was all about old and future stars, my second day was all about women’s tennis, and today was all about French players and Sam Querrey.

First, on Court 9: Paul-Henri Mathieu at practice with Fabio Fognini

Paul-Henri Mathieu

Paul-Henri Mathieu

Fognini saved 2 match points two match points to beat No. 28 seed Viktor Troicki in three hours and 30 minutes, in a match that started on Wednesday but was carried over due to rain.

Fabio Fognini

Fabio Fognini

And PHM? Well, he outbattled John Isner in 5 hours and 41 minutes to reach the third round.

Paul-Henri Mathieu

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Every day, the Roland Garros Facebook page provides a new video to follow the competition behind the scenes, the tweets of players and the webradio to listen and discuss live matches with the Facebook comment plugin.

If you look attentively at the screenshot below, you’ll see that Gisela Dulko retweeted one of our tweets!

Pics of Julia Goerges and Sam Stosur during their first round doubles match against Ekaterina Makarova/Elena Vesnisna:

Sam Stosur and Julia Goerges

Sam Stosur

Sam Stosur

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After Dulko/Suarez win and Sam Stosur‘s practice session, I made my way to Court 15 for Maria Kirilenko and Flavia Pennetta practice session:

Then I go to Court 17 for the first round match between Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Greta Arn:

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
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