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French Open Results 2013: Day 10 Scores, Highlights and Recap

Module David Ferrer Submit Vote vote to see results Who do you like to advance to the men's French Open final? David Ferrer ? Roland Garros (@RolandGarros) June 4, 2013 However, Ferrer should receive the bulk of the credit for his overall play in this tournament, since he has yet to even drop a set at Roland Garros thus far. Bryan Armen Graham of Sports Illustrated highlights the significance of Ferrer's impending semifinal matchup with Tsonga: Either Tsonga or Ferrer will be the first men's finalist outside the Big Four in the last 11 Grand Slams (since Berdych at 2010 Wimbledon). ? Bryan Armen Graham (@BryanAGraham) June 4, 2013 The winner has a good chance to face either defending champion Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic in the final, which only heightens the drama on the men's side.   Errani Overcomes History to Beat Radwanska Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Seven is a lucky number for some, but not for Agnieszka Radwanska. It was her seventh Grand Slam quarterfinal, but her advance at last year's Wimbledon was the only time she had won.
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Tsonga on course for French Open history after stunning Federer in Paris

Tsonga will play David Ferrer in the semifinals as he bids to end France I played superbly and I beat a champion who has won everything." When Federer took an early break in the first set, it seemed as though the Swiss would be coasting to yet another grand slam semifinal but the 28-year-old Frenchman rallied in superb form. The first Frenchman into the last four since Gael Monfils five years ago, Tsonga has reached his first semifinal at Roland Garros without dropping a set. Meanwhile, 31-year-old Federer -- who was bidding for an 18th grand slam title -- struggled to find any rhythm on a surface where he has never convinced. The defeat means the former world number one has failed to reach the semifinals of a grand slam for only the fifth time since 2004. Only one of his 17 grand slams has come in Paris, with the Swiss having won the Australian Open four times, the U.S. Open on five occasions and Wimbledon in seven different years.
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French Open 2013 day 11 preview - Djokovic, Nadal, Sharapova all in action today

The draw had really opened up for Federer at Roland Garros this year, but he eliminated following a 7-5 6-3 6-3 def... French Open 2013 - Svetlana Kuznetsova says injury made her serve 'like a grandmother' 5 Jun 2013 Svetlana Kuznetsova expressed her pride in reaching the quarter-finals of the 2013 of the French Open and, believe it or not, she was suffering from a painful injury in her match against Serena Williams. Kuznetsova began 2013 ranked outside of the top 70, but she's been able to return to her game, ... French Open 2013 - Serena Williams sees off Svetlana Kuznetsova to reach Roland Garros semi-finals 5 Jun 2013 Serena Williams reached the semi-finals of the 2013 French Open on Tuesday, emerging from a three set clash against Svetlana Kuznetsova at Roland Garros. Williams and Kuznetsova both took a while to get going on Court Suzanne Lenglen, but after Serena clinched a mediocre first set 6-1 it had looked... French Open 2013 - Rafael Nadal finds form at Roland Garros ahead of quarter-finals 5 Jun 2013 Rafael Nadal is in quarter-final action today at the 2013 French Open, and it is clear that he is starting to find form at Roland Garros.
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Ex-French Open champion believes in Tsonga dream

I would love to see him do so. Love to see him go all out and love to see his face when he has won.? Noah and Tsonga?s backgrounds are remarkably similar. Both are the offspring of marriages of African sportsmen fathers who came to France to ply their trade and stayed on after marrying French women. Noah?s father was a footballer from Cameroon, Tsonga?s a handballer from Gabon. But the similarity ends there according to Noah, who remains one of the most popular personalities with the greater French public. ?Our style of play is very different and we don?t have a lot of things in common when it comes down to personality,? he said.
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