Serena's back at a Slam! OK, sort of; she watched Venus win

Serena's back at a Slam! OK, sort of; she watched Venus win

Serena's back at a Slam! OK, sort of; she watched Venus win

"I can't wait for you to join the players box next year", she captioned a sweet Instagram post on April 24.

"It feels fine. I don't feel anything", she said Wednesday before leaving the Roland Garros grounds.

If you were to look at Venus Williams's record at Roland Garros since the last of her quarter-final appearances in 2006, you might think the seven-time grand slam champion would have something similar to say about her performance on clay courts over the past decade.

Down 1-3 in the first set, Williams, who will celebrate her 37th birthday on June 17, switched gears, winning the next eight games, blowing her opponent off the court with some ruthless shot-making. Now that she's pregnant and skipping the French Open, Williams has created a different problem: No player has any idea what to do in a wide open field. Playing close to the lines, she got back into her stride and took the decider in 32 minutes on the first of two match points. Venus Williams has revealed that it is really hard for her sister not to be part of the tournament and to be just a spectator.

Despite clay being Venus's least favourite surface, he takes some confidence from the fact he and Harrison won an ATP doubles title on the surface this month in Portugal.

Woman jumps from RV, 2 kids released before man shoots self
I-30 westbound in Arlington is expected to shut down until 10 a.m., at least, as police officers gather evidence from the scene. He says Price was living in a domestic violence shelter while his father was living with him in Mesquite, Kelly said.

It's easy to forget that Stosur is a Grand Slam champion, and a former finalist at Roland Garros.

The fourth-seeded Nadal is trying to become the first player in the Open era to win 10 titles at a major. "I know he is, from upstairs", Johnson said.

American teenager CiCi Bellis reached the third round of the French Open in her tournament debut, upsetting 18th-seeded Kiki Bertens of the Netherlands 6-3, 7-6 (5). "I never see any limits for her and put any limits to her, because that would be wrong". You taught me the true meaning of serenity and peace.

"I felt better than in the first round, that's exactly what I wanted", he said.

Venus Williams is looking forward to being an aunt to sister Serena's baby so much that she let it slip that Serena is expecting a baby girl!