All eyes on men's Big 3 at Roland Garros

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(AP) -- The Big 3 are still very much around. They're still leading the rankings, still collecting the biggest trophies. And they're still the dominant figures in men's tennis, responsible for the main storylines when the French Open starts Sunday.

Roger Federer returns to Roland Garros for the first time since 2015 - and a decade after he completed the career Grand Slam by winning his only trophy there. Rafael Nadal seeks a record-extending - and hard-to-fathom - 12th title in Paris. Novak Djokovic bids to win his fourth major championship in a row for the second time in his career, something neither of his two great rivals ever did even once.

They occupy the top three spots in the rankings, with Djokovic followed by Nadal, then Federer. They occupy the top three slots on the list of most men's Grand Slam titles, with Federer's 20 followed by Nadal's 17 and Djokovic's 15. And they have combined to win the past nine major tournaments, with three apiece.

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2019 ATP Rankings
Rank Player Points
1 N. Djokovic 12,355
2 R. Nadal 7,945
3 R. Federer 5,950
4 D. Thiem 4,845
5 A. Zverev 4,155
6 S. Tsitsipas 4,080
7 K. Nishikori 3,860
8 K. Anderson 3,745
9 J. Del Potro 3,235
10 J. Isner 2,940
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2019 WTA Rankings
Rank Player Points
1 N. Osaka 6,486
2 K. Pliskova 5,685
3 S. Halep 5,533
4 K. Bertens 5,405
5 A. Kerber 5,095
6 P. Kvitova 5,055
7 S. Stephens 4,552
8 A. Barty 4,430
9 E. Svitolina 3,967
10 S. Williams 3,521
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