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Photos Du Jour: The Second Week Surge

Bethanie Mattek-Sands dropped the first set but played almost flawlessly the rest of the way to make the second week. Maria Sharapova and Jelena Jankovic had some nice bouncebacks too.

Published June 02, 2013 12:00

The first week of the French Open wrapped up on Saturday, with Maria Sharapova among the winners.
The first week of the French Open wrapped up on Saturday, with Maria Sharapova among the winners.
Sharapova came back from 4-1 down in the second set to close Zheng Jie out in straight sets, 61 75.
Sharapova came back from 4-1 down in the second set to close Zheng Jie out in straight sets, 61 75.
Argentine qualifier Paula Ormaechea was also involved in a nail-biter against Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
Argentine qualifier Paula Ormaechea was also involved in a nail-biter against Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
Ormaechea won the first set, but Mattek-Sands stormed back to move into the second week, 46 61 63.
Ormaechea won the first set, but Mattek-Sands stormed back to move into the second week, 46 61 63.
Mattek-Sands hit a very impressive 28 winners to just 7 unforced errors in those last two sets.
Mattek-Sands hit a very impressive 28 winners to just 7 unforced errors in those last two sets.
Meanwhile, Marion Bartoli wasn't so fortunate, hitting 9 winners to 19 unforced in her match.
Meanwhile, Marion Bartoli wasn't so fortunate, hitting 9 winners to 19 unforced in her match.
With 32 winners to just 14 unforced, Francesca Schiavone toppled No.13 seed Bartoli, 62 61.
With 32 winners to just 14 unforced, Francesca Schiavone toppled No.13 seed Bartoli, 62 61.
In the last match of the day on Court Philippe Chatrier, Samantha Stosur took on Jelena Jankovic.
In the last match of the day on Court Philippe Chatrier, Samantha Stosur took on Jelena Jankovic.
The No.9-seeded Stosur had beaten the No.18-seeded Jankovic in their only French Open meeting...
The No.9-seeded Stosur had beaten the No.18-seeded Jankovic in their only French Open meeting...
And early in the match things looked headed the same way, as Stosur took the first set, 6-3.
And early in the match things looked headed the same way, as Stosur took the first set, 6-3.
But Jankovic - who had won their last three meetings - retaliated to win the second set, 6-3.
But Jankovic - who had won their last three meetings - retaliated to win the second set, 6-3.
Jankovic eventually won the match, 36 63 64, firing an ace on match point and thanking her racquet.
Jankovic eventually won the match, 36 63 64, firing an ace on match point and thanking her racquet.
  • The first week of the French Open wrapped up on Saturday, with Maria Sharapova among the winners.
  • Sharapova came back from 4-1 down in the second set to close Zheng Jie out in straight sets, 61 75.
  • Argentine qualifier Paula Ormaechea was also involved in a nail-biter against Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
  • Ormaechea won the first set, but Mattek-Sands stormed back to move into the second week, 46 61 63.
  • Mattek-Sands hit a very impressive 28 winners to just 7 unforced errors in those last two sets.
  • Meanwhile, Marion Bartoli wasn't so fortunate, hitting 9 winners to 19 unforced in her match.
  • With 32 winners to just 14 unforced, Francesca Schiavone toppled No.13 seed Bartoli, 62 61.
  • In the last match of the day on Court Philippe Chatrier, Samantha Stosur took on Jelena Jankovic.
  • The No.9-seeded Stosur had beaten the No.18-seeded Jankovic in their only French Open meeting...
  • And early in the match things looked headed the same way, as Stosur took the first set, 6-3.
  • But Jankovic - who had won their last three meetings - retaliated to win the second set, 6-3.
  • Jankovic eventually won the match, 36 63 64, firing an ace on match point and thanking her racquet.
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