Sharapova make show on French Open, next rival Serena

Sharapova make show on French Open, next rival Serena

In this photo provided by the French Tennis Federation (FFT) Serena Williams, of the U.S, answers journalists at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, Monday, June 4, 2018.

The 26-year-old made the French Open final last year but was beaten by Jelena Ostapenko in one of her previous three failed attempts at the last hurdle of a major.

Halep has now reached eight quarter-finals in the 10 tournaments she's played this year as the Romanian continues to chase her maiden Grand Slam title. Her baby was born last September.

"I gave up so much, from time with my daughter to time with my family".

Sharapova is competing at Roland Garros for the first time since 2015, following her 15-month doping ban and failure to qualify past year. "I won't know (how serious the injury is) until I get those results". So it's extremely disappointing.

"She's a tough opponent", said Wozniacki.

"The fact that I physically can't serve at all is a good indication that maybe I should just go back to the drawing board and stay positive and try to get better and not get it to a point where it could be a lot worse".

In a statement released by the tournament, Sharapova wished Williams "a speedy recovery".

Sharapova, the champion in Paris in 2012 and 2014, goes on to play a first quarterfinal at the Slams since losing to Williams at the same stage at the 2016 Australian Open. "Her game matches so well against mine".

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Williams' Wimbledon fate rests on scans of her injured pectoral muscle as the American comes to terms with an abrupt exit from the French Open.

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"So I'm not going to fight with myself about that".

During Sunday's doubles, though, Williams showed signs of trouble.

Halep breoke Mertens six times, hitting 16 winners and landing 75 percent of her first serves.

"At the end, she was just pushing the ball".

"I'm beyond disappointed. I put everything on the court, all for this moment".

At the heart of this claim lies the absolute annihilation of some of the best to play with her, repeatedly.

Williams tried taping up the muscle for doubles, but that didn't help.

"I have pretty much had every injury in the book. It's a match I always get up for and her game matches up against mine". "I just feel like it's only going to do better". "But we saw the sky was still blue ... and we thought, 'No chance'".

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"She was keen on playing Serena".

"I think Serena can get close to winning another Grand Slam".

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