Here are some of the landmark memories from the 15 days of Roland Garros:
Day 1: Sunday, 28 May - Kvitova 'wins twice' after knife attack
Petra Kvitova said her first-round victory felt like winning twice as the Czech star made an emotional return from a harrowing knife attack at her home in December. The two-time Wimbledon champion swept aside American Julia Boserup in her first match since suffering career-threatening injuries to her left playing hand when she tackled an intruder at her home in the eastern Czech town of Prostejov. "I came here as a winner already," said Kvitova.
Day 2: Monday, 29 May - Nice to see you
Novak Djokovic and Marcel Granollers exchanged a warm 'high-five' at the net when, in the fourth game of the third set of their first round clash, the Spaniard pulled off a cheeky, running chip around the post of the net which left the world No 2 completely flummoxed.
Day 3: Tuesday, 30 May - Unwanted kiss leads to kick out
French player Maxime Hamou, who tried to kiss a television reporter against her will during a live broadcast, was banished from the tournament for his "reprehensible behaviour". Hamou, 21, grabbed Eurosport journalist Maly Thomas around the neck and shoulders while she interviewed him following his first round defeat. "It was frankly unpleasant. If it hadn't been live on air, I would have punched him," Thomas said.
Day 4: Wednesday, 31 May - Talking about my girl!
Serena Williams will be the mother of a baby girl, if sister Venus was to be believed after she appeared to let the secret slip. Venus told a TV interviewer: "She's going to call me her favourite aunt. We all like 'baby V, baby Lyn, baby Isha'. We all want the baby to be named after us," said the 36-year-old, referring to the names of Serena's sisters. Serena, who is expecting her baby in September, was in the crowd to see Venus play her second round match.
Day 5: Thursday, 1 June - Del Potro, the Good Samaritan