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Thursday, 24 May, 2007, 16:52 GMT 17:52 UK
Kuerten wins third French title
Gustavo Kuerten retains his French Open crown by beating Alex Corretja by three sets to one.
Capriati claims French Open crown
Jennifer Capriati prevails in a thrilling third set to beat Kim Clijsters in the final at Roland Garros.
Falling for the French
BBC Sport Online's Alex Perry rounds up two weeks of joy and heartache from the courts of Roland Garros.
Kuerten's French affair continues
Gustavo Kuerten's grand passion for the French Open is strengthened by his third Roland Garros triumph.
Capriati ponders Grand Slam
Jennifer Capriati believes "anything is possible" after winning her second major of the year at the French Open.
Game-by-game: Kuerten v Corretja
All the action from the men's French Open final as Gustavo Kuerten beats Alex Corretja by three sets to one.
'Indian Express' steams to victory
Unseeded pair Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi beat 13th seeds Petr Pala and Pavel Vizner to claim the men's doubles.
Finalists excited about Wimbledon
Jennifer Capritati and Kim Clijsters both say they are looking forward to playing at Wimbledon this year.
Kuerten happy with 'perfect job'
Brazilian Gustavo Kuerten says he played his "best tennis" against Juan Carlos Ferrero to reach the final of the French Open.
Rusedski: Wimbledon is too soon
British number two Greg Rusedski gives his backing to Gustavo Kuerten's threat to miss Wimbledon.
Corretja preparing for Kuerten challenge
Spaniard Alex Corretja says he will need to improve on his game if he is to beat Gustavo Kuerten in the French Open final.
Revolt grows against Wimbledon
Three of the top five players in the world could boycott Wimbledon if the All England Club continues its seeding policy.
Corretja breaks French hearts
Alex Corretja beats local favourite Sebastien Grosjean in straight sets to set up a French Open final with Gustavo Kuerten.
Kuerten cruises into final
Defending champion Gustavo Kuerten crushes Juan Carlos Ferrero in straight sets to reach the men's final of the French Open.
Hingis bemoans 'mental problems'
Martina Hingis says she lacks the mental toughness to win important tournaments in the middle of the tennis season.
Tricky customer Bahrami shines
BBC Sport Online sees Mansour Bahrami captivate a capacity crowd in the final of the French Open's 'legends' doubles final.
Belgium's rising stars
BBC Sport Online looks forward to the French Open women's semi-final clash between Belgians Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin.
Paris in bloom for ladies' day
It's a big day at the French Open for Belgians and flower sellers, with some added colour for the women's semi-finals.
All eyes on Henman
Tim Henman's form on clay will be under the spotlight once again at this year's French Open.
Kuerten the comeback king
Last year's French Open champion Gustavo Kuerten will be looking to reclaim his Parisian crown, but hoping it will be less of a struggle.
Hingis still looking for the big one
Martina Hingis may be the world number one, but can she shake off the ghost and make the French Open her first major championship win in two years?
Agassi sets sights on record books
Andre Agassi is looking good to claim the French Open title on his way to a possible Grand Slam.
Young guns keen to impress
BBC Sport Online assesses the track record of British tennis hopefuls who are struggling to make a mark, and picks the ones to watch.
Legends in last-chance saloon
Martina Navratilova and Monica Seles are two players hoping to turn back the clock at Roland Garros this year.
Clay brings tension to surface
The clay courts of the French Open have defeated some of the world's best players, so what is so special about the red surface?
The French revolution
BBC Sport Online examines the rise of French tennis - and how Britain is attempting to emulate the success of its neighbour.
BBC serves up French treat
BBC Sport is offering several ways of keeping up to date with events at this year's French Open in Paris - through TV, Radio and Online.
Time for a change?
Some of the best known players in the game could well be taking part in the last French Open of their long and distinguished careers.
History of Roland Garros
From a one-day national tournament to its current status as a two-week Grand Slam championship, the French Open has enjoyed a colourful history, as BBC Sport Online discovers.
Crème de la crème
From Suzanne Lenglen to Graf's swansong victory, BBC Sport Online picks its top 10 moments from over 70 years of the French Open.
The ghosts of Roland Garros
The national tennis stadium Roland Garros is a venue of great pride for the French, but the famous red clay courts conceal a darker history.
All the audio and video from Roland Garros
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