Maria Sharapova will not have the opportunity to play in the French Open, a Grand Slam tournament she's won twice.
Roger Federer, brilliant as he is, isn’t getting any younger, and he’s making changes in his schedule as a result. Federer will skip the French Open, starting later this month, as a way of preserving his body to prepare for future matches at Wimbledon, the U.S. Open and others. “Regrettably, I’ve decided
Maria Sharapova arrives on court for her first match since being suspended for 15 months. Maria Sharapova made her return to tennis after a 15-month drug suspension this week at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart, Germany, where the former world no. 1, now unranked, was given a wildcard entry