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Paris Gallery: All-Access At Open GDF SUEZ

The Top 4 seeds - which include three Top 10 players and someone who has beaten a lot of Top 10 players already this year - met the media. A former No.1 has been popping up too.

Published January 30, 2013 12:00

Dominika Cibulkova, the No.14-ranked player in the world, is the No.4 seed this week.
Dominika Cibulkova, the No.14-ranked player in the world, is the No.4 seed this week.
Cibulkova defeated three Top 10 players en route to the final in Sydney three weeks ago.
Cibulkova defeated three Top 10 players en route to the final in Sydney three weeks ago.
Marion Bartoli, who inched back into the Top 10 after the Aussie Open, is seeded No.3 here.
Marion Bartoli, who inched back into the Top 10 after the Aussie Open, is seeded No.3 here.
Petra Kvitova, seeded No.2 in Paris this week, won the Open GDF SUEZ title two years ago.
Petra Kvitova, seeded No.2 in Paris this week, won the Open GDF SUEZ title two years ago.
Sara Errani is the No.1 seed this week, her first time as a No.1 seed at a Premier stop.
Sara Errani is the No.1 seed this week, her first time as a No.1 seed at a Premier stop.
Errani rebounded from a first round loss at the Australian Open by winning the doubles title.
Errani rebounded from a first round loss at the Australian Open by winning the doubles title.
Two French favorites, Amelie Mauresmo and Nicolas Mahut, have been in the stands this week.
Two French favorites, Amelie Mauresmo and Nicolas Mahut, have been in the stands this week.
Mauresmo is a former World No.1 and a three-time champion in Paris in 2001, 2006 and 2009.
Mauresmo is a former World No.1 and a three-time champion in Paris in 2001, 2006 and 2009.
  • Dominika Cibulkova, the No.14-ranked player in the world, is the No.4 seed this week.
  • Cibulkova defeated three Top 10 players en route to the final in Sydney three weeks ago.
  • Marion Bartoli, who inched back into the Top 10 after the Aussie Open, is seeded No.3 here.
  • Petra Kvitova, seeded No.2 in Paris this week, won the Open GDF SUEZ title two years ago.
  • Sara Errani is the No.1 seed this week, her first time as a No.1 seed at a Premier stop.
  • Errani rebounded from a first round loss at the Australian Open by winning the doubles title.
  • Two French favorites, Amelie Mauresmo and Nicolas Mahut, have been in the stands this week.
  • Mauresmo is a former World No.1 and a three-time champion in Paris in 2001, 2006 and 2009.
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