Britain's talented 21-year-old, ranked 85th in the world, got a helping hand from the weather but deservedly overcame the world number 18.Read the full story ›
Britain's Laura Robson has been given a wild card to play in the main draw at Wimbledon later this month.
Robson reached the last 16 at the All England Club in 2013 but her career has since been ravaged by a recurring wrist injury.
Ranked 308th in the world, she has shown glimpses of a return to form in recent weeks but is still struggling for consistency, her best win this year coming against world number 117 Klara Koukalova.
The 22-year-old has been using her protected ranking, a privilege extended to players coming back from long-term injuries, to enter major tournaments but after Wimbledon she will have to qualify by right.
Fellow Britons Tara Moore and Katie Swan, the promising 17-year-old, have also been given Wimbledon wild cards along with Liam Broady, James Ward and Alex Ward in the men's singles.
Former Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal will miss this year's tournament because of a wrist injury.Read the full story ›
Maria Sharapova has received a two-year ban from tennis after testing positive for a banned substance.Read the full story ›
Novak Djokovic has won his first French Open title after beating Andy Murray in four sets at Roland Garros.Read the full story ›
Garbine Muguruza produced at stunning display at Roland Garros to beat three-time French Open winner Serena Williams in straight sets.Read the full story ›
Gordon Reid's winning grand slam run came to an end with defeat by Gustavo Fernandez in the men's wheelchair final at the French Open.
The Scot won his maiden slam title at the Australian Open in January, a run that included victory over speedy Argentinian Fernandez.
Reid, 24, reached the final by knocking out world number one Stephane Houdet but could not capitalise on a good start against Fernandez and lost 7-6 (7-4) 6-1.
Reid led 4-2 but was outplayed thereafter as 22-year-old Fernandez clinched his first grand slam title.
Andy Murray will play Novak Djokovic in the French Open final after beating defending champion Stan Wawrinka 6-4 6-2 4-6 6-2.Read the full story ›
Novak Djokovic stormed into a sixth consecutive grand slam final with a crushing win over first-time French Open semi-finalist Dominic Thiem.
For the second year in a row, the world number one will have the chance to complete his career Grand Slam with victory in Sunday's final.
Stan Wawrinka played the match of his life to keep him waiting 12 months ago and it will surely take a similar performance to stop him this time.
With Djokovic playing in the last four at a slam for the 30th time and Thiem making his debut, the danger was always that it was going to be a blow-out, and so it proved.
The world number one dropped only three games in the opening two sets and then won six of the final seven games to cruise to a 6-2 6-1 6-4 victory.
Defending champion Serena Williams will meet Garbine Muguruza in the women's singles French Open final after dispatching Kiki Bertens 7-6 6-4.
Muguruza earlier booked her place in the Roland Garros final with a convincing 6-2 6-4 victory over Samantha Stosu.
Andy Murray takes on defending men's champion Stan Wawrinka for a place in the men's final on ITV4 from 2pm, while Novak Djokovic's last four showdown with Dominic Thiem is live on ITV.com/FrenchOpen.