Garbiñe Muguruza dropped only one set en route to winning the Coupe Suzanne Lenglen last year.
Ons Jabeur is making her main draw debut at Roland Garros.
Océane Dodin has a 0-3 record in Grand Slam second-round matches.
Svetlana Kuznetsova is making her 15th consecutive main draw appearance at Roland Garros.
Kuznetsova was champion in Paris in 2009, defeating No.2 Serena Williams in the quarterfinal and No.1 Dinara Safina in the final – one of only nine players to defeat
the World No.1 and No.2 at the same tournament.
Venus Williams is breaking an Open Era record this year with her 20th appearance at Roland Garros.
Venus and Caroline Wozniacki are the only two former world No.1s through to the second round.
Kurumi Nara has equaled her best result in Paris by reaching the second round, which she also achieved in 2014 (losing to Jelena Jankovic), 2015 (losing to eventual
runner-up Lucie Safarova) and 2016 (losing to Ana Ivanovic).
This is Françoise Abanda's debut appearance in Paris.
Sara Errani has not missed a major since making her debut at the 2007 US Open.
Roland Garros fans will be seeing double today as the pairs tournament gets underway. Check out our in-depth guide to the Women's Doubles draw, which includes in-form No.3 seeds Chan Yung-Jan & Martina Hingis.
Talking of seeds, one of the biggest storylines from Tuesday was Johanna Konta's surprise exit at the hands of Hsieh Su-Wei. Here's how Britain's Guardian covered the No.7 seed's demise.
Kristina Mladenovic flies the flag for France today after making a strong start to the season. Here's a reminder of her rise up the WTA world rankings in the early part of the year.
And here are her thoughts following a battling first-round win against Jennifer Brady at Roland Garros.