PARIS (AP) The Latest on the French Open (all times local):
Venus Williams is into third round of the French Open for the first time since 2010.
The seven-time major champion, seeded ninth in Paris, overpowered 20-year-old American qualifier Louisa Chirico 6-2, 6-1 in 54 minutes Thursday at Court Suzanne Lenglen.
Williams, who turns 36 next month, was the runner-up to her younger sister Serena at the 2002 French Open. But Venus hasn't enjoyed much success at Roland Garros lately - losing in the first or second round every year from 2012-15, and missing the tournament in 2011.
Venus' victory came right after Serena won her second-round match Thursday by the same score and on the same court.
The siblings potentially could face each other in the semifinals.
Sixth-seeded Jo-Wilfried Tsonga rallied from two sets down against Marcos Baghdatis to reach the third round of the French Open for the eighth consecutive year.
In a matchup between two former Australian Open runner-ups, Tsonga prevailed 6-7 (6), 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 to complete a 100th Grand Slam match win.
Only two other Frenchmen have achieved the feat: Jean Borotra (103) and Henri Cochet (102), well before the Open era started.
It was the third time that Tsonga recovered from a two-set deficit, while Baghdatis had never lost a match when up two sets to love.
Last year's French Open women's doubles champions, Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Lucie Safarova, were eliminated in the first round Thursday.
Mattek-Sands and Safarova, seeded second at Roland Garros, lost to Kiki Bertens and Johanna Larsson 6-4, 6-3.
Defending champion Serena Williams picked up a quick, clean victory to reach the third round of the French Open.
Williams needed only 66 minutes to beat 81st-ranked Teliana Pereira of Brazil 6-2, 6-1, piling up a 31-6 edge in winners Thursday.
In the first set, Williams had 22 of those winners, compared to only three unforced errors.
Williams is trying to win her 22nd Grand Slam title, which would equal Steffi Graf's Open-era record.
Still only 19, Borna Coric made his way into the third round of the French Open for the second straight year.
The Croatian beat 20th-seeded Bernard Tomic 3-6, 6-2, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (6) and will next meet another seeded player, No. 14 Roberto Bautista Agut.
Novak Djokovic is now the seventh man with at least 50 match wins in the French Open.
Next on his agenda: joining the other six on that list with a title at Roland Garros.
Trying to complete a career Grand Slam, the top-seeded Djokovic moved into the third round by beating 161st-ranked qualifier Steve Darcis of Belgium 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 on Thursday, overcoming 42 unforced errors on a windy afternoon.
That improved Djokovic's career record in the clay-court tournament to 50-11. He's made it to the final three times in the past four years but lost each time.
The other men with 50 victories at the French Open - Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Guillermo Vilas, Ivan Lendl, Andre Agassi and Nicola Pietrangeli - all won the championship at some point.
Eugenie Bouchard attributes her early exit from the French Open more to her mind than her tennis.
After her 6-4, 6-4 second-round loss to Timea Bacsinszky, the 2014 Wimbledon finalist says ''tennis is 90 percent mental'' and that ''the brain is like a muscle'' that needs workouts.
The 47th-ranked Canadian says her mentality used to be ''my amazing strength'' and that ''I feel like I've not used that as much in the past year or so,'' during which the 22-year-old Canadian's ranking has slipped.
Once Rafael Nadal got past the briefest of slow starts, he was just fine, easily collecting the 200th Grand Slam match victory of his career.
Nadal fell behind 2-0 against 99th-ranked Facundo Bagnis of Argentina, then cleaned up his act and took 14 of the next 15 games Thursday en route to winning 6-3, 6-0, 6-3 in the second round of the French Open.
Nadal has won 200 of 230 matches in majors, a winning percentage of .870. Only seven other men have earned that many victories at Grand Slam tournaments; Roger Federer holds the record of 302.
The fourth-seeded Nadal owns 14 Grand Slam titles - tied with Pete Sampras for second-most behind Federer's 17 - including a record nine at Roland Garros.
Ana Ivanovic has reached the third round of the French Open for the 10th time, beating Kurumi Nara 7-5, 6-1.
Ivanovic, who won the title at Roland Garros in 2008, is seeded No. 14 this year.
Also, 28th-seeded Andrea Petkovic was eliminated, losing to Yulia Putintseva 6-2, 6-2.
Malek Jaziri has failed in his bid to become the first Tunisian man in 53 years to reach the third round of the French Open.
Jaziri lost to seventh-seeded Tomas Berdych 6-1, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4.
Berdych, the 2010 Wimbledon finalist and French Open semifinalist, says he was ''really pushed and I was able to come back and win.''
The last Tunisian to reach the third round at Roland Garros was Mustafa Belkhodjia in 1963.
With a victory over Marcos Baghdatis in the second round French Open, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga would become only the third Frenchman with 100 wins in Grand Slam tournaments.
The others were Jean Borotra, with 103, and Henri Cochet, with 102.
Footage from The Associated Press archives - dated exactly 84 years ago - of Borotra playing Fred Perry shows how dramatically tennis has changed.
Eighth-seeded Timea Bacsinszky, a French Open semifinalist last year, advanced to the third round at Roland Garros by beating Eugenie Bouchard 6-4, 6-4.
Bacsinszky was broken in her first service game, but the 2014 Wimbledon finalist couldn't hold the lead. The Swiss broke back in the seventh game, broke Bouchard again with a backhand winner for a 5-4 lead, and served out the first set.
Trailing 5-0 in the second set and with Bacsinszky serving for the win, Bouchard got back into the match, saving a match point and earning two break points that would have leveled the score at 5-5 but she failed to convert.
After making the semifinals at Roland Garros in 2014, Bouchard lost in the first round last year. From a career-high year-end ranking of seventh, the 22-year-old Canadian slipped out of the top 40 in 2015 and struggled with an eating disorder she says she has since conquered.
Rafael Nadal can win his 200th Grand Slam match on Thursday if he beats Facundo Bagnis of Argentina in the second round of the French Open.
Nadal, a record nine-time champion at Roland Garros, would become the eighth man in history to win 200 matches at major tournaments. The man with the most wins is Roger Federer, who has 302 over his career but is missing from this year's French Open because of injury.
Novak Djokovic, the current top-ranked player, can win his 50th match at Roland Garros by defeating qualifier Steve Darcis of Belgium. But the milestone that really matters to Djokovic is winning his first French Open, the only Grand Slam he hasn't won .