Win of the day: The unseeded pairing of Australian Casey Dellacqua and American Scott Lipsky (pictured above) upset  Katarina Srebotnik and Nenad Zimonjic 7-6, 4-6, 10-7 to win the Mixed Doubles title. Lipsky, the last American standing at Roland Garros, said after the match, “You watch these matches on TV, and you wish that someday you can be there. To be on the stage playing in a Grand Slam final and to come out with a win and to say now for the rest of my life that I’m a Grand Slam champion, it’s amazing. It hasn’t sunk in. Hopefully, eventually it will.”
Quote of the day: “I was, like, ‘Please, double-fault. That way I can win the match.” –  Li Na, after defeating  Maria Sharapova 6-4, 7-5.
Upset of the day: Juan Sebastian Cabal and Eduardo Schwank defeated  Bryan Brothers 7-6, 6-3 for a spot in the French Open men’s doubles final. They’ll face  Max Mirnyi and Daniel Nestor, who defeated  Michael Llodra and Nenad Zimonjic 7-6, 7-6.
Defending champion ready to defend:  Francesca Schiavone defeated  Marion Bartoli 6-3, 6-3. The 30-year-old Italian said after the match, “The years can help a lot. Is like the wine.”
Greatest streak.. ever:  Esther Vergeer is in the Women’s Wheelchair finals after a 6-0, 6-0 win over Aniek Van Koot. She’ll face compatriot Marjolein Buis in the final. Vergeer will be vying for her 5th consecutive French Open title. No big deal.
Oh and: Esther Vergeer is also in the Women’s Wheelchair doubles final, with her partner Sharon Walraven. Vergeer is vying for her 5th consecutive French title in doubles too. Again, no big deal.
Baby Bjorn: American Bjorn Fratangelo is in the junior boys’ semifinals after a 6-1, 6-1 win over  Oliver Golding.
In the French flesh: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. I know this has nothing to do with Roland Garros, but hey – he’s French.
Also, Azarenka says “the more you spend time in Paris the more you love it.” Robin Soderling is more “Batman and Robin” than “Robin Hood,” and if he won Roland Garros, he’d buy himself a watch. “From Robin to Robin.”
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