From tracking tweets and social media engagement during matches; to reporting on the weather and fans in attendance in Paris; to the on-court numbers like serve-speed and distance covered, IBM technologies covers all aspects of the game to help to bring the digits of tennis to life at the 2015 French Open.

For the second Grand Slam of the season, SI.com has once again partnered with IBM to bring readers data-driven infographics and visualizations that help fully tell each storyline at the French Open. For two weeks, SI.com and IBM will bring the matches at Roland Garros to life in the most engaging ways possible by using data analytics on serve speeds, court temperatures, scores, player match-ups and more. Over 41 million data points provide new ways—for both players and fans—to look at the game and evaluate the odds of winning a match.

Click below to view the different types of graphics, and be sure to check SI.com's tennis page for the latest French Open news and scores. 











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    Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images

    Inside Maria Sharapova's strategy to hit her first and second serves at the same speed. How does her approach compares with World No. 1 Serena Williams?


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    Clive Mason/Getty Images

    Through the first two rounds of the 2015 French Open, three of the top six women's seeds dropped out, while three of the top 16 seeds on the men's side have lost.


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    Julian Finney/Getty Images

    Gael Monfils has had a rollercoaster career and despite the win, his second round match at the 2015 French Open against Diego Schwartzman showed similar fluctuations in his play.


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    PASCAL GUYOT/AFP/Getty Images

    Last year's runner up and World No. 3 Simona Halep was bounced out of the 2015 French Open in straight sets on Wednesday, losing to Mirjana Lucic-Baroni in 7–5, 6–1 in one hour and 12 minutes. How did it happen?


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    The ATP's Big Four—Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal—have all dominated in different aspects of the game so far at the French Open in Paris.



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    Julian Finney/Getty Images

    Does age matter at a Grand Slam? Breaking down the oldest and youngest on the ATP and WTA tours and in the top 20 to see if experiences plays a role in a high ranking in tennis.


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    Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

    Rafael Nadal is 66–1 at Roland Garros with his only loss coming in 2009 to Robin Soderling, but after a poor clay season and the lowest ATP ranking in ten years, Nadal is seeded at No. 6 and could face off against Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals.


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    MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty Images

    Serena William's two closest competitors in the WTA rankings, Simona Halep and Maria Sharapova, were last year’s finalists at the French Open and with the World No. 1's record on the Roland Garros clay, the French Open could once again prove to be Serena's biggest challenge.


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    Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

    The top American men on the ATP tour, including John Isner, Jack Sock and others, rank in the top 100 in the world, but their chances at a French Open title are slim based on the stats from this year.


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    TIZIANA FABI/AFP/Getty Images

    Andy Murray is one of the hottest players on the ATP Tour heading into the 2015 French Open, with an undefeated record on clay and two clay court titles just this past month. What are his chances at the trophy in Paris?


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    PATRICK KOVARIK/AFP/Getty Images

    World No. 1 Novak Djokovic is riding a 22-match win streak heading into the French Open, but what do his second serve and match stats say about his chances to win the title at Roland Garros?

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