We reached the quarter-finals at the French Open, where the first semi-finalists are scheduled to be revealed on Tuesday at Roland Garros.
Novak Djokovic’s dream semi-final against Carlos Alcaraz is now only one man away from victory, but their quarter-final opponents won’t go down without a fight. Djokovic surpassed Rafael Nadal’s record by reaching his 17th French Open quarter-final, but he now faces talented No. 11 seed Karen Khachanov while Alcaraz looked like a hero waiting to perform so far, but the dangerous fifth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas is likely. to give the Spaniard a chance at the evening session of the court of Philippe Chatrier.
Meanwhile, the women’s quarterfinal matches are perhaps the most interesting and impactful matches of the entire tournament. In the biggest sporting confrontation between a Ukrainian and a Belarusian player since Russia – with the support of Belarus – invaded Ukraine more than a year ago, Elina Svitolina faces Aryna Sabalenka.
Exchanges between the two are likely to be frosty, with former world number three Svitolina playing her first major tournament since giving birth in October and second seed Sabalenka refusing to hold press conferences at Roland Garros after being asked about her support for authoritarianism. President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Day 10 of the French Open.
French Open Play Medal – Tuesday 6th June
Court of Philippe Chatrier
from 10:00 a.m
Karolina Muchova vs. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Elina Svitolina vs. Aryna Sabalenka
Novak Djokovic vs Karen Khachanov
Not before 7:15 p.m
Carlos Alcaraz vs Stefanos Tsitsipas
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2023 French Open schedule
Tuesday, June 6: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles – Quarterfinals
Wednesday, June 7: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles – Quarterfinals
Thursday, June 8: Women’s Singles Semi-Final | Mixed doubles final
Friday, June 9: Men’s Singles – Semi-finals
Saturday 10 June: Women’s Singles Final | Men’s doubles final wheelchair end
Sunday, June 11: Men’s Singles Final | Women’s doubles final
How to watch the 2023 French Open
You can watch the French Open live on Eurosport in the UK. The event will be broadcast on Eurosport TV channels, or fans can tune in to Discovery + broadcasts of the tournament, with the Entertainment and Sports pass available for £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year.
Watch every moment of Roland-Garros live and exclusively on YouTube Discover +Eurosport and Eurosport application
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