The 36-year-old Williams, victor of 23 Grand Slam titles, is ranked a lowly 453rd after returning to action this year following the birth of her daughter last September.
Williams will enter the tournament unseeded after the French Tennis Federation (FTF) confirmed that this year's ranking and list of the women's seeds will once again be based on the WTA ranking.
The 25-year-old American's results on clay in the run-up to the French Open will hardly cause her opponents to shake in their boots but it is a sense of belonging as a reigning grand slam victor that could be what makes her most risky.
The WTA told AP that it would review the current rule that allows players returning from injury or maternity leave entry into tournaments, but does not protect rankings for seeding.
"She was number one so she deserves seeding."
Williams, a 36-year-old American, has played only four official singles matches in the early portion of her comeback and pulled out of clay-court warm-up events in Madrid and Rome in May. She could play Halep in the first round.
Stephens is more of a power player and often left frustrated on clay, even though her biography on the WTA's website says the dirt is her favourite surface.
"After her pregnancy, Serena had to rebuild her body", Mouratoglou added.
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She is also hitting form at the right time.
"I don't really think so", said Kvitova who was off the tour for six months past year after suffering knife wounds fighting off a burglar at her home in the Czech Republic.
A CT scan revealed blood clots in her lungs, and subsequent coughing fits ruptured the stitching from her C-section, causing hemorrhaging that was aggravated by the blood thinners she was taking.
In Wimbledon, like in all the other tournaments on the women's side, the seeding formula is authomatically given by the player's ranking.
Former world number one Serena Williams will not be seeded at this year's French Open, according to the organisers of the 27 May 27- 10 June clay court grand slam. Williams tweeted that, for the second time in a week, she was being asked to produce a sample for an anti-doping test.
"Proud to participate to keep the sport clean".
The French Open will be her first major competition back after giving birth in September and experiencing life-threatening complications that kept her in bed for six weeks. But I feel like I always had a chance, and they kind of slip away, all the matches somehow, so even if it's a little bit disappointing, I feel like I was there and I had my chances.