Star power, five-set fun, and a mixed bag for American and French fans: It was a frenzied Friday at Roland Garros, which Peter Bodo recounts in today’s podcast.
Monthly Archives: May 2013
Bethanie Mattek-Sands’ upset of Li Na was the match of a very rainy day at Roland Garros. Peter Bodo gives his thoughts on the American’s unlikely win and late-career resurgence.
Serena Williams overwhelmed Caroline Garcia, who underwhelmed in front of her home crowd. Peter Bodo reports on the final day of first-round play at Roland Garros, which also featured second-round wins by notable French hopes.
When it wasn’t raining, Jack Sock gave American fans hope while Marion Bartoli gave French fans a scare. Peter Bodo looks back at Tuesday’s play and looks ahead to Wednesday’s schedule.
Reporting from Roland Garros, Peter Bodo sets the scene after Gael Monfils’ upset of Tomas Berdych, and gives his thoughts on what Rafael Nadal’s four-set first-rounder means for the seven-time champion.
Reporting from Roland Garros, Peter Bodo gives his thoughts on the opening-day performances of Federer, Serena, and Pavlyuchenkova, and looks back at a topsy-turvy five-setter between Simon and Hewitt.
Strange But True: As Roland Garros nears, should Novak Djokovic — the man who beat Rafa in Monte Carlo — or Maria Sharapova, who has but one loss on clay this season, be concerned? Peter Bodo, Richard Pagliaro, and Ed McGrogan discuss two notable omissi
Roger, Rafa, Nole, and Andy are a formidable foursome, but how do they compare to the “other” big four of Connors, Borg, McEnroe, and Lendl? Peter Bodo and Ed McGrogan dig into the numbers and the history books.