It was a Black Sunday at Roland Garros!
First, defending women's champion Ana Ivanovic went down 6-2, 6-3 to Victoria Azarenka in the fourth round.
Not long after that, it was four-time defending champion Rafael Nadal turn, who was stunned 6-2, 6-7(2), 6-4, 7-6(2) by Robin Soderling.
Labelled as one of the major upsets in French Open history, this is Nadal's first loss ever at the French Open, and his first ever loss in a best-of-five match on clay.
I guess the only person who saw this coming is Elena Dementieva, who predicted the loss earlier.
Now the French Open will have a new men's champion this year.
The pressure is on Roger Federer... or perhaps he should breathe sigh of relief now that his two main competitors on this surface are gone.
Yesterday, Novak Djokovic, a semifinalist in the last two years, bowed out in the third round after losing to no. 29 Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.
Now I need to root for someone in order to keep my interest in this year's Grand Slam.
I hope Federer or Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will win.
At least Federer will get his 14th Grand Slam or Tsonga will be the first Frenchman to win at Roland Garros since Yannick Noah since 1983.
For the women's singles, I think Dinara Safina has shown enough so far that she dominates the other ladies.
Unless Maria Sharapova managed to pull off miraculous wins to the final, I'm not so keen on the women's tennis as much as I like men's tennis.
Now I need to take some time off to mourn Nadal's defeat. See you guys tomorrow.
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