1. The women's quarterfinals included only three of the top-eight seeds.
3. End of last week's "Mad Men."
4. Seeing an actual cow skating on actual ice.
What she was actually eye-popping over: A bizarre point on which Zakopalova fell, then hit a ball wide. Sharapova raised her finger to call it out, reconsidered and then smashed a winner. The chair umpire ruled Sharapova had stopped playing the point and gave it to Zakopalova. The No. 2 seed went on to lose the second set before a decisive victory in the third.
She'll face Kaia Kanepi in a Wednesday quarterfinal. Sharapova is seeking her first French Open title, which would give her a career Grand Slam. She's a co-favorite to hoist the trophy on Saturday, along with Sam Stosur.
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