Kastles Players Rock The French Open!

Play began at Roland Garros this week as the 109th edition of the French Open kicked off in France. Kastles players hold a pair of top seeds and are represented in four of the five draws of the tournament.

The Kastles Serena and Venus Williams are the No. 1 and No. 2 ranked women respectively in the world, and are appropriately seeded that way in the 128 deep women's singles draw.

Both have already advanced to the second round, dispatching both of their opponents in straight sets. Serena will next play Julia Goerges of Germany, ranked No. 77 in the world while Venus faces off against Arantxa Parra Santonja (Spain), ranked No. 59.

Not only do they lead the world in singles, but together the Williams sisters form a tremendous force in women's doubles as they claimed the top seed in the 64 pair draw.

Already in the second round, Serena and Venus defeated Kirsten Flipkens and Tamarine Tanasugarn , 6-0, 6-1 in their first match.

Kastles' Leander Paes (who won last year's men's double title) and Rennae Stubbs, two of the world's best doubles players, are seeded No. 3 and No. 7 in their draws, respectively. Paes, the 2009 WTT Male MVP, captured the ninth of his 10 career Grand Slams at Roland Garros last year, partnering with Lukas Dlouhy (his partner this year as well) to capture the crown. The duo also went on to win the men's doubles draw at the US Open.

Both Paes and Stubbs are also set to play in the mixed doubles. Paes and his partner Cara Black are seeded second in the draw. If Paes and Black take home the title, this will complete the career Grand Slam in mixed doubles for Paes, who has previously won Wimbeldon, the US Open and claimed his second Australian Open title earlier this year. Stubbs will partner with Robert Lindstedt of Sweden; she is looking for her third Grand Slam mixed doubles title.

The French Open will run from now until June 6. Stay tuned to the your email as well as Kastles' Facebook and Twitter accounts for exclusive updates. You can sign up for these by visiting www.facebook.com/washkastles, and www.twitter.com/washkastles.

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