The 23-time major champion watched her big sister, Venus, beat Kurumi Nara of Japan 6-3, 6-1 to advance in their second round match Wednesday.
Still grieving the recent death of his father, 25th-seeded American Steve Johnson dropped to his knees and began crying at the end of his 6-2, 7-6 (8), 3-6, 7-6 (6) victory over Borna Coric at the French Open.
The 36-year-old American, who has seven Grand Slam titles, is set to face the victor of the match between Belgian Elise Mertens and Dutch Richel Hogenkamp.
Venus Williams has revealed that it is really hard for her sister not to be part of the tournament and to be just a spectator.
Who knows how Serena feels about her sister's possible slip-up, but it's clear that the Williams sisters are professionals when it comes to both tennis and making totally casual announcements about pregnancy.
The 10th-seeded Williams will play either Richel Hogenkamp or 60th-ranked Elise Mertens for a place in the round of 16.
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The 53rd-ranked Kontaveit beat Muguruza the last time they played, in a clay-court tournament in Stuttgart , Germany, in April. Tsonga, the 12th seed, lost the first three points on his serve Wednesday and managed to save the three match points.
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This will be the first time these two meet on the tennis court.
The 15th seed, returning this week from a five-month break after she was stabbed in her playing hand by a burglar in December, littered the court with 25 unforced errors as she lost 7-6 7-6. "It's a great opportunity for me to grow together with him and to experience, you know, whatever is ahead of us". Venus also has a chance at her 10th French Open fourth round appearance.
"Yes, I think there is still a lot of life left in a lot of us older ones who are over 30". Recently, even voices from the past like Ilie Nastase who has always been known as a vulgarian and a racist, reported the Inquisitr, have made a resurgence and are taking swings at the top-ranked Serena Williams. Playing close to the lines, she got back into her stride and took the decider in 32 minutes on the first of two match points. "Last year was not the best for me".
"I am glad it was not taken away from me to be there one more time".
Elsewhere world number one Angelique Kerber starts against experienced Russian player Ekaterina Makarova.
Serena Williams' baby is due in the fall.