NOW ON SI.COM
MAIS OUI! FRENCH OPEN 2012
Serena Williams, who last won the title in 2002, is on a 17-match winning streak. Can she stay healthy enough for possible showdowns with No. 1 Victoria Azarenka and No. 2 Maria Sharapova to claim her 14th Grand Slam? As the drama heats up in Paris, SI.com will have comprehensive coverage of the tournament, including senior writer L. Jon Wertheim's daily seed reports and columns as well as photo galleries of all the action.
THE BIG THREE
Can the King of Clay, Rafael Nadal, win his seventh French Open championship or will a surging Roger Federer or world No. 1 Novak Djokovic be the last man standing at Stade Roland Garros?
SI DIGITAL ACCESS
How to Sign Up, Easily
Access to SI editions on the iPad, other tablets* and smartphones or the Web at si.com/magazine
FREE FOR PRINT SUBSCRIBERS
Find your account number on your SI magazine mailing label. The account number is printed above your name.
Go to SI.com/activate to validate your account information.
After clicking NEXT, you will be prompted to create a password.
Then click ADD THE DIGITAL MAGAZINE.
* For specific instructions on how to access SI on the NOOK, visit si.com/devices
SI DIGITAL BONUS
FROM THE SI VAULT: MAY 18, 1998
The Cubs' Kerry Wood used a searing heater and sharp breaking balls to strike out 20 Astros in perhaps the most dominant pitching performance in baseball history
BY L. JON WERTHEIM
This SEC--Big 12 deal is a shot across the bow at the bowl system. Schools/leagues taking control of the economics of postseason football.
JaMarcus Russell's NFL career > Osi Umenyiora's plan to get to one million Twitter followers.
U.S. diver David Boudia says he overcame his platform fear by drawing his dives: "If that stick figure could do it," he says, "I could too."
FOLLOW SI ON FACEBOOK
Share the latest sports news, images and videos and have conversations with fans from around the world at facebook.com/sportsillustrated
TENNIS PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY GLUEKIT; DIGITAL ACCESS ILLUSTRATION BY JASON LEE; ERICK W. RASCO (WILIAMS); MIKE POWELL (FEDERER)
MEL LEVINE (DEITSCH)
ROBERT BECK (HOCKEY)
MIKE O'NEILL (WOOD)