Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are safely through to the second round of the French Open after both won in straight sets.
Djokovic, defending champion, cruised through against Marcel Granollers 6-3 6-4 6-2 in the first match the Serb has played under new coach Andre Agassi.
The world number two broke early for a 2-0 lead but didn’t have it all his own way in a match that lasted two and a half hours.
His Spanish opponent was able to break the Djokovic serve on a number of occasions but was constantly under pressure on his own serve and the Serb was able to make his way through and will play Joao Sousa, the Portuguese player in the next round.
He is joined in round two by Rafael Nadal, a nine-times winner in Paris who is in good form this year and has perhaps his best chance of a record 10th title.
He came through against the French player Benoit Paire for the concession of just six games, winning 6-1 6-4 6-1.
He takes on Robin Haase in round two and is seeded to meet Djokovic in the semi-final.
Also in their side of the draw, the fifth seed Milos Raonic is though, beating Steve Darcis of Belgium in straight sets as are other big names including Dominic Thiem and David Goffin.
With Andy Murray not beginning his French Open campaign until Tuesday, Aljaz Bedene became the first British player through to the second round after he beat the American Ryan Harrison in four sets. He will play Jiri Vesely in the next round.