French Open LIVE: Tennis scores and results from Roland Garros after Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff wins

French Open LIVE: Tennis scores and results from Roland Garros after Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff wins

Coco Gauff and Iga Swiatek set up a rematch of last year’s French Open final after they both advanced to the last eight on Monday. Gauff reached her first grand slam singles final here last year and was handed a heavy beating by Swiatek, who claimed her second Roland Garros title.

But Gauff is again showing excellent form in Paris and she reached the quarter-finals for the third successive year with a 7-5 6-2 victory over Anna Karolina Schmiedlova.

Swiatek, meanwhile, has lost only nine games in her four matches, although she was given a helping hand when Ukrainian opponent Lesia Tsurenko retired through illness trailing 5-1 in the opening set.

Meanwhile, Holger Rune survived a fifth-set tie-break against Francisco Cerundolo to set up a French Open quarter-final rematch with Casper Ruud.

Argentinian Cerundolo battled back from two sets to one down to force a decider and then holding three break points at 4-3.

Rune saved all of them, broke serve himself then failed to serve it out but put the disappointment behind him to clinch a 7-6 (3) 3-6 6-4 1-6 7-6 (7) victory after just short of four hours.

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  • WALKOVER! Iga Swiatek returns to French Open quarter-finals as Lesia Tsurenko retires

  • RESULT! Holger Rune survives five-set thriller against Francisco Cerundolo

  • RESULT! Coco Gauff beats Anna Karolina Schmiedlova to reach the quarter-finals

  • RESULT! Casper Ruud battles past Nicolas Jarry 7-6, 7-5, 7-5

  • RESULT! Ons Jabeur advances to French Open quarter-finals for the first time

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Coco Gauff hopes for an improved showing against Iga Swiatek at French Open

20:02 , Sonia Twigg

Coco Gauff is gunning for revenge against Iga Swiatek when they clash in the quarter-finals of the French Open.

Gauff reached her first grand slam singles final here last year and was handed a heavy beating by Swiatek, who claimed her second Roland Garros title.

Their rivalry is a one-sided 6-0 to the Pole, with Gauff yet to win a set, but the teenager said: “Honestly, since last year I have been wanting to play her, especially at this tournament.

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19:25 , Sonia Twigg

Iga Swiatek won by default, leading 5-1 when her opponent Lesia Tsurenko was unable to continue.

The Ukranian had been the oldest player remaining in the women’s singles draw at 34, but struggled in pain throughout the match.

She needed a medical time out and to have her blood pressure taken.

It was a gutting blow for Tsurenko, who had not dropped a set all tournament.

Andy Murray determined to show he remains among the elite on grass courts

19:00 , Karl Matchett

Andy Murray believes he remains among the elite grass-court players after he began his Wimbledon preparations with a comfortable victory over Chung Hyeon in the first round of the Surbiton Trophy.

Less than seven miles separate the Surbiton Racket and Fitness club and the courts of SW19 and Murray’s journey started with a 6-3 6-2 win as he attempts to be seeded in the men’s single draw next month.

The two-time Wimbledon champion skipped the French Open to focus on his grass season and this was his first match in preparation for the All England Club, where the championships get under way on July 3.

The 36-year-old is ranked 43rd and needs to climb around 10 places to be seeded for Wimbledon where Murray believes he will remain a difficult opponent for anyone.

Andy Murray determined to show he remains among the elite on grass courts

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18:49 , Sonia Twigg

It took five sets and almost four hours, but Holgar Rune has beaten Francisco Cerundolo.

The number six ranking won the fifth set tie break 10-7 at the end of a thrilling contest that went back and forth for 3 hours 59 minutes.

Rune won the match 3-2 (7-6, 3-6, 6-4, 1-6, 7-6) against the Argentinian.

Absolutely gutting for Cerundolo, who handed Rune victory with five unforced errors in the fifth set tie break.

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18:45 , Karl Matchett


C Ruud beat N Jarry 7-6 7-5 7-5

C Gauff beat AK Schmiedlova 7-5 6-2

B Haddad Maia beat Sara Sorribas Tormo 6-7 6-3 7-5

O Jabeur beat B Pera 6-3 6-1

To play/in play:

I Swiatek vs L Tsurenko

G Dimitrov vs A Zverev

T Etcheverry vs Y Nishioka

New mother Elina Svitolina hails ‘special’ French Open quarter-final spot

18:30 , Karl Matchett

New mother Elina Svitolina continued her incredible grand slam return by defeating Daria Kasatkina to reach the quarter-finals of the French Open.

The Ukrainian gave birth to daughter Skai in October and played her first tournament in more than a year at the beginning of April.

She arrived in Paris on the back of a WTA title in Strasbourg and, watched by husband Gael Monfils, extended her winning run to eight matches with a 6-4 7-6 (5) success against ninth seed Kasatkina.

New mother Elina Svitolina hails ‘special’ French Open quarter-final spot

Alfie Hewett adapting to his new status as the man to beat in wheelchair tennis

18:15 , Karl Matchett

Alfie Hewett is enjoying being the man to be shot at in wheelchair tennis as he prepares to bid for a fourth French Open title.

The retirement at the beginning of the year of Hewett’s big rival Shingo Kunieda after one of the great tennis careers left the Norfolk player as world number one.

Hewett first won the French Open as a teenager and has been used to being the relative new kid on the block but now he finds a host of younger players challenging him.

Top of that pile is Kunieda’s Japanese compatriot, 17-year-old Tokito Oda, who was beaten by Hewett in the Australian Open final in January.

Hewett told the PA news agency: “It is strange. I’m 25 so I don’t see myself as being the experienced one when you have the likes of Gordy (doubles partner Gordon Reid) and some of the others who are five to 10 years older than me.

“But I guess this is my eighth year on tour so I do have experience. I’ve been fortunate enough to play in some big moments and I thought the Australian Open final demonstrated that, managing the occasion probably in a better way than Tokito did, but he’s such an unbelievable talent.”

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Alfie Hewett adapting to his new status as the man to beat in wheelchair tennis

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18:08 , Karl Matchett

Holger Rune had a chance to finish off Francisco Cerundolo at last - but the mammoth five-set match continues.

Dane Rune just needed to hold his own serve to wrap up victory, but Cerundolo broke back and on the match goes.

7-6 3-6 6-4 1-6 5-5

Kasatkina hits out at French Open crowd over booing after defeat to Svitolina

17:49 , Karl Matchett

Daria Kasatkina has hit out at the French Open crowd after she was booed off court following her defeat by Elina Svitolina.

Knowing Ukrainian players’ stance of not shaking hands with Russian or Belarusian opponents at the end of matches, Kasatkina gave Svitolina a thumbs up, which was reciprocated, before walking to her chair.

Some of the fans on Suzanne Lenglen then responded by booing the Russian as she walked off court.

Kasatkina hits out at French Open crowd over booing after defeat to Svitolina

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17:32 , Luke Baker

Holger Rune 7-6, 3-6, 6-4, 1-6, 1-1 Francisco Cerundolo

A nice, solid start to the deciding set from Cerundolo as he holds serve and then he pushes Rune hard in his first service game.

He forces deuce but a Rune drop shot-passing shot combo fires up the crowd and then a return off a big first serve is long, meaning the Norwegian escapes with no real damage done.

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17:22 , Luke Baker

SET! Holger Rune 7-6, 3-6, 6-4, 1-6 Francisco Cerundolo

Cerundolo is conducting the crowd after winning a brilliant point where he pulls off a hotdog (between-the-legs shot) and then comes up with a scintillating backhand winner.

Another thunderous forehand brings up three set points and a double fault from Rune finishes it off. That was a brilliant set of tennis from the Argentine and we’re going all the way!

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17:15 , Luke Baker

Holger Rune 7-6, 3-6, 6-4, 1-4 Francisco Cerundolo

It’s a double break for Cerundolo as he races into a 4-0 lead. Rune finally stops the rot to hold serve in the fifth game and narrow the gap to 4-1 but we’re starting to look destined for a fifth set here.

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17:05 , Luke Baker

Holger Rune 7-6, 3-6, 6-4, 0-2 Francisco Cerundolo

Cerundolo might be channelling that righteous anger as he breaks Rune in a marathon opening game of the fourth set and then holds serve himself. He has been crunching his groundstrokes in the early going here.

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16:55 , Luke Baker

RESULT! Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 5-7, 2-6 Coco Gauff

And it’s there for Coco Gauff. She serves out the match to triumph 7-5, 6-2 and reach the quarter-finals. A battling performance from the American. Even the final game sees Schmiedlova have a break point but Gauff battles back to seal the deal.

Credit to Schmiedlova, who pushed her all the way and could have snatched that first set at the end

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16:52 , Luke Baker

SET! Holger Rune 7-6, 3-6, 6-4 Francisco Cerundolo

Francisco Cerundolo is not a happy bunny right now and, frankly, he has every right to be livid. Rune has absolutely pinched this third set with a vital break of serve at 5-4.

Let’s start with the good – Rune brings up set point with an otherworldy forehand as he slides across baseline out wide that arcs in and somehow finds the back left corner of the court. It’s sublime.

But Cerundolo is shouting and holding up two fingers to the umpire and his box - in reference to the clear double bounce that wasn’t spotted earlier in the set and led to him being broken.

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16:48 , Luke Baker

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 5-7, 2-5 Coco Gauff

A simple hold for Gauff to move to 4-2 and she’s edging closer to victory. Schmiedlova simply has to hold serve in the seventh game of the second set but a gorgeous drop shot from behind the baseline by Gauff brings up deuce.

The Schmiedlova second serve then gets punished again (she’s lost 11 of 30 points on second serve) and Gauff finishes things off for the double break. She’ll serve for the match now

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16:44 , Luke Baker

Holger Rune 7-6, 3-6, 4-4 Francisco Cerundolo

Great work by Cerundolo as he breaks back in the third set against Holger Rune on Lenglen.

A little bit of controversy earlier in the set at 2-1, as the umpire missed a clear double bounce when Rune played a shot behind the baseline (which he also didn’t call on himself). Cerundolo stopped as he assumed it would be called and although he then put away the simple smash, the ball kid had stepped on to the court when he initially stopped and the umpire called a let!

Cerundolo was rightly livid and remonstrated with the umpire to no effect. He would go on to lose that game on his serve, so a bit of poetic justice that he has broken Rune back.

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16:40 , Luke Baker

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 5-7, 2-3 Coco Gauff

Schmiedlova’s level drops just a little bit and Gauff pounces to get the break. Can she now consolidate and push her way towards victory in this match?

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16:38 , Luke Baker

There has been some brilliant tennis in this Schmiedlova vs Gauff match

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16:30 , Luke Baker

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 5-7, 2-1 Coco Gauff

WOW! What a shot that is from Schmiedlova! At 30-15, she’s being run around the court but from deep behind the baseline she pulls out almost a sliced backhand down the line which skims over the net and curls in from the tram lines to just clip the outer edge of the line, leaving Gauff helpless. Unbelievable shot. It helps her hold serve

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16:28 , Luke Baker

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 5-7, 1-1 Coco Gauff

It looks like Gauff has taken control of this match when she breaks Schmiedlova in the opening game of the second set but the Slovak hits straight back. Back-to-back double faults from Coco from deuce do the damage

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16:23 , Luke Baker

Holger Rune 7-6, 3-6, 4-1 Francisco Cerundolo

A good start to the third from sixth seed Holger Rune after being blown away somewhat in that second set. He has an early break of Cerundolo to lead 4-1. Can see out the set with minimal fuss?

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16:13 , Luke Baker

SET! Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 5-7 Coco Gauff

That’s top tennis from Gauff as she settles back in and dominates the game to serve out the set. It’s a hold to love as she overpowers her opponent and although there was a mid-set wobble, she’s still halfway to victory with a 7-5 triumph in 50 minutes. You’d fancy her to kick on now.

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16:11 , Luke Baker

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 5-6 Coco Gauff

A roar of ‘COME ON’ from Gauff as she tries to get herself fired up. A powerful forehand earns her a break point at 30-40 and then a long rally ends with Schmiedlova going wide and a fist pump from the American.

An impressive way to stop the rot and now she’ll have a third attempt to serve out this first set.

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16:06 , Luke Baker

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 5-5 Coco Gauff

Take a bow Anna Karolina Schmiedlova! She was completely out of this set at 5-2 down with Gauff serving but she completes the double break back! Gauff’s forehand struggles aren’t exactly a secret on the women’s tour and you can see it shorten up and desert her as the pressure ramps up during the game at 5-4.

Schmiedlova stays in the points, earns a break point at 30-40 and then battles hard to take it, putting the ball on Gauff’s forehand side consistently and then finding the winner. Great stuff

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16:04 , Luke Baker

Holger Rune 7-6, 3-6 Francisco Cerundolo

SECOND SET TO CERUNDOLO. The back-end of the second set positively rattles along as the men trade holds of serve before Cerundolo takes the set in drama-free fashion, winning to love from 5-3 and we’re all square.

That set was a sprightly 37 minutes, which looked borderline impossible given how it started.


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15:58 , Luke Baker

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 3-5 Coco Gauff

Schmiedlova plays her best game of the match so far and has one of the two breaks back. She’s not got anywhere near Gauff’s serve until now but gets to deuce and then, once bringing up a break point, puts away a drop shot that doesn’t stay low enough.

A good effort that. Can she hold her own serve and then put pressure on Gauff when she tries to serve for the set again?

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15:54 , Luke Baker

Holger Rune 7-6, 2-4 Francisco Cerundolo

Cerundolo has been on top in this second set, so it should come as no surprise that he is the man to break serve first. It’s actually a break to love as he attacks the Rune service game.

He then has to fight to consolidate it in a five-minute game but two more holds will see him over the line and back to one set each.

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15:50 , Luke Baker

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 2-5 Coco Gauff

Gauff has taken control of proceedings on Chatrier. Yet another stressless hold of serve before she attacks Schmiedlova’s in response. A well-disguised drop shot brings up two break points but the Slovak digs in to fight them off.

Gauff is unperturbed as a drop shot earns another break chance, although Schmiedlova responds with a well-placed passing shot winner. A big first serve sees the underdog survive break point number four but eventually her luck gives out and fifth time is the charm for Gauff. An average speed of 75mph on the second serve isn’t going to get it done for Schmiedlova. Double break for the American.

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15:43 , Luke Baker

Holger Rune 7-6, 1-2 Francisco Cerundolo

If you’re watching this match on Lenglen, I’d be settling in for a five-hour marathon. After a 59-minute first set, they’ve taken another 15 minutes for the first three games of the second set.

It’s three holds, although Rune takes more than eight minutes to complete his game as he saves five break points having fallen 0-40 behind. Heavy stuff

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15:38 , Luke Baker

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 2-3 Coco Gauff

Schmiedlova starts the fourth game with a lovely backhand winner but four straight return errors hand Gauff a simple hold.

Solid hold to 15 in response though. Still a break down but the Slovak is in touch and settling into her work.

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15:32 , Luke Baker

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova 1-2 Coco Gauff

The second game is marginally better from Schmiedlova, in that she wins a point, but it’s still a straightforward hold to 15 for Gauff.

But the Slovakian does get on the board in the third game of the day, battling hard to hold her own serve. The second serve really looks like a weakness and Gauff batters a couple of winners straight off it to bring up deuce, however a couple of big first serves from Schmiedlova keep her in it and a powerful forehand wins the game.

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15:25 , Luke Baker

Holger Rune 7-6 Francisco Cerundolo

Set! Rune may have squandered a chance to serve out the first set at 5-3 but he eventually gets there in the tiebreak, winning it 7-3. That first set took pretty much an hour but Rune won’t mind too much as he comes out on top.

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15:23 , Luke Baker

Here’s Casper Ruud celebrating his hard-fought victory over Nicolas Jarry. It was the sort of match that could easily have gone five sets, so the Norweigan did well to get through it in three – even if it did take him more than three hours to get over the line.

After that epic contest, it’s Coco Gauff against surprise fourth-rounder Anna Karolina Schmiedlova of Slovakia on Court Philippe Chatrier. It’s not a good start for the underdog as she loses her opening service game to love. An uphill task against a fired-up Gauff, for sure

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15:17 , Jamie Braidwood

Holger Rune 6-6 Francisco Cerundolo

The players have raced their way through the first set on Suzanne-Lenglen. There will be a tiebreak to decide it and Rune’s nerves are looking frayed...

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15:00 , Luke Baker

RESULT! Nicolas Jarry 6-7, 5-7, 5-7 Casper Ruud

On paper, that will go down as a straight-sets victory for Casper Ruud but that doesn’t begin to tell the whole story. It was a war on Chatrier for three hours and 20 minutes and Nicolas Jarry could easily have won all three of those sets.

As it is, the fourth seed is into the quarter-finals and a potential rematch with Holger Rune awaits – a Norwegian-Danish derby that makes the mouth water. Rune is 5-4 up in the first set of his last-16 match against Francisco Cerundolo incidentally, although has already missed a chance to serve it out.


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14:57 , Luke Baker

RESULT! Nicolas Jarry 6-7, 5-7, 5-7 Casper Ruud

Ok, after 3hrs15mins, Casper Ruud will serve for the match. Starts with an ace – that’ll play – and wins two of the next three points to bring up two match points.

Jarry saves the first with an inside-out cross-court forehand that just catches the line but nothing he can do about the second. RUUD WINS and is into the quarter-finals.

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14:52 , Luke Baker

Nicolas Jarry 6-7, 5-7, 5-6 Casper Ruud

Could that be the killer blow from Casper Ruud? It’s a break after huge drama.

Ruud initially works himself to 15-40 on the Jarry serve and has two chances to break. The first slips by before great defence from Ruud at 30-40 and then he gets a look at a passing shot down the line with Jarry stranded at the net but goes juuuust wide!

A third break point comes and goes before Jarry goes long to give the Norwegian a fourth chance to break. It looks like Jarry has double-faulted but the umpire climbs down from his chair, checks the clay and says the second serve was in. A reprieve for the South American as the point is replayed but Ruud wins a long rally for the break anyway! He’ll serve for the match - phew!

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14:43 , Luke Baker

Nicolas Jarry 6-7, 5-7, 5-5 Casper Ruud

A couple of tense games as we reach the business end of this third set but two holds and we’re now at 5-5. The pressure jumps back on to Jarry

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14:31 , Luke Baker

Nicolas Jarry 6-7, 5-7, 4-4 Casper Ruud

Simple hold to 15 for Casper Ruud. The Norwegian levels things back up at 4-4 in the third.

Over on Lenglen, another Scandinavian, Holger Rune, is getting his last-16 clash against Francisco Cerundolo underway and Rune holds serve in the opening game.

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14:27 , Luke Baker

Nicolas Jarry 6-7, 5-7, 4-3 Casper Ruud

Jarry has had 17 break points to Ruud’s seven. He’s been right in this match, despite being two sets down. Nothing between the pair really.

Amazing point at 15-15 and eventually Jarry produces the backhand flick to take it. Ruud then returns smash after smash on the following point before he’s finally put away but hits back to take the game to deuce.

Jarry then saves a break point but he can’t prevent a second one as he punches a forehand long and it’s a break back for Ruud.

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14:20 , Luke Baker

Nicolas Jarry 6-7, 5-7, 4-2 Casper Ruud

Jarry gets another look at a couple of break points on the Ruud serve. Having squandered three in the previous game, he can’t really afford to let this opportunity slip. Ooof, that’s exactly what he does though...

Not for long! A Rudd mistake at deuce brings up a third break point and this time Jarry takes control of the point before dispatching a winner. A big break of serve

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14:12 , Luke Baker

Nicolas Jarry 6-7, 5-7, 3-2 Casper Ruud

You didn’t have to be Mystic Meg (other, more modern alleged savants are available) to see this coming. Jarry still looks affected by that last game and falls 0-30 on his own serve.

Credit where it’s due though, he knuckles down and reels off the next four points for the hold - good recovery.

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14:08 , Luke Baker

Nicolas Jarry 6-7, 5-7, 2-2 Casper Ruud

Back on Chatrier and Nicolas Jarry isn’t giving up. Powerful groundstrokes help him bring up three break points on the Ruud serve at 0-40. First one saved and the second goes begging as well when some weird spin on the ball locks up Jarry and Ruud makes the simple passing shot.

And now the third is SAVED as well. Jarry goes for it all with a forehand down the line but it drifts harmlessly wide. Jarry chuntering away now, he’s still frustrated about the odd bounce the ball took at 15-40 but Ruud stays focused and sees out the game. A big hold.

Can Jarry regain his composure to hold his own serve?

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14:03 , Luke Baker

RESULT! Sara Sorribes Tormo 7-6 3-6 5-7 Beatriz Haddad Maia

After the best part of 4 hours, I’m not sure why I thought this would be a drama-free hold to win it for Haddad Maia... She immediately slips 0-30 down but fights back superbly to 30-30 and then a powerful forehand brings up MATCH POINT at 40-30.

She squandered three match points back at 5-3 but this time, there’s no mistake! Sorribes Tormo moved around the court and a thunderous forehand down the line means HADDAD MAIA WINS.

A frankly ridiculous 3hrs51mins of pain but the Brazilian 14th seed has found a way. Tears at the end - understandably so - but she’s into the quarter-finals. WOW!

13:58 , Luke Baker

Sara Sorribes Tormo 7-6 3-6 5-6 Beatriz Haddad Maia

Break! It’s fair to say Beatriz Haddad Maia has been put through the wringer today (see below...) BUT she has a potentially vital break of serve in the deciding set to move 6-5 ahead.

After 3hr48min, the Brazilian will serve for the match...

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13:56 , Luke Baker

Nicolas Jarry 6-7 5-7 1-1 Casper Ruud

That second set was vital for Casper Ruud and he’ll be hoping to dispatch his Chilean opponent with minimal fuss here in the third. The pair trade holds early on, Ruud sealing his with an ace.

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13:54 , Luke Baker

Sara Sorribes Tormo 7-6 3-6 5-5 Beatriz Haddad Maia

It’s an absolute battle over on Lenglen and Haddad Maia is being given all she can handle by Sara Sorribes Tormo. They’ve been slugging away for 3 hours and 44 minutes as they’ve reached 5-5 in the deciding set.

Sorribe Tormo desperately trying to cling on to her serve as one mistake at this point could be fatal.

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13:47 , Jamie Braidwood

Nicolas Jarry 6-7 5-7 Casper Ruud

Set! So, so gutsy from Casper Ruud! Jarry had two break points to take it to a tie-break, but Ruud comes up with his best serving of the match to win the next four points in a row and take the second set.

Just like the first set, Jarry had chances - but Ruud was so decisive in the big moments.

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13:40 , Jamie Braidwood

Nicolas Jarry 6-7 5-6 Casper Ruud

Break! Huge moment as Jarry loses the flight of the ball and sends his smash into the net from midcourt. Jarry’s level has dropped since he led 4-1 in this set and now Ruud will serve for a two-sets lead.

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13:33 , Jamie Braidwood

Nicolas Jarry 6-7 5-5 Casper Ruud

Ruud battles from 0-30 down on serve, with Jarry two points away from levelling the match, to take the game and extend the set.

Meanwhile, Sorribes Tormo and Haddad Maia have passed the three-hour mark, but the Brazilian leads 5-3 in the third and is just a game away...

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13:21 , Jamie Braidwood

Nicolas Jarry 6-7 4-3 Casper Ruud

Break! Very good from Ruud. Jarry had a look at a double break in the previous game but Ruud withstood the pressure and jumps on the Chilean at the next opportunity. With the wind swirling, he moves into the net and puts away the volley to get the second set back on serve.

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13:08 , Jamie Braidwood

Nicolas Jarry 6-7 4-1 Casper Ruud

Break! Jarry breaks Ruud to love with the fourth seed all over the place in that game and the Chilean jumps at the chance. Jarry then faces two break-back points in the next game, but his big serve gets him out of danger with two aces and the one-two punch. Nice recovery.

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13:00 , Jamie Braidwood

Nicolas Jarry 6-7 2-1 Casper Ruud

Ruud goes on the attack at the start of the second set but Jarry stands firm after being asked some testing questions. The Norwegian meanwhile held to love, but will be disappointed he wasn’t able to force a break point in Jarry’s first two service game

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12:45 , Jamie Braidwood

Nicolas Jarry 6-7 Casper Ruud

Set! Impressive depth from Ruud to put pressure on the Jarry forehand, which coughs up a couple of errors. Ruud then steps in to put away the backwinner winner and take the set. The French Open finalist really stepped it up there when it mattered.

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12:40 , Jamie Braidwood

Sara Sorribes Tormo 7-6 3-6 Beatriz Haddad Maia

Wild scenes on Suzanne-Lenglen as Haddad Maia wins six games in a row from 0-3 down to win to level the match against Sorribes Tormo! They have already played two hours and 25 minutes...

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12:37 , Jamie Braidwood

Nicolas Jarry 6-6 Casper Ruud

Jarry recovers from a couple of double faults in the pressured 5-6 service game, but recovers with a couple of lovely forehand winners to reach the tiebreak. I think the Chilean has done well to steady himself in this opener - but let’s see what happens in the breaker.

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12:24 , Jamie Braidwood

Nicolas Jarry 4-5 Casper Ruud

Ruud clenches his fist as he holds serve to reach five games, putting the pressure on Jarry as the first set draws to a close. It’s tight, and Ruud knows he’s in a match on Philippe-Chatrier.

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Nicolas Jarry 2-3 Casper Ruud

Break! At his seventh chance, Jarry converts to get this opening set back on serve. The Chilean was wasteful again with a loose forehand but stuck in the game and gets his reward as Ruud floats a slice over the baseline.

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Nicolas Jarry 0-2 Casper Ruud

Wouldn’t you just know it. After missing five break points, Jarry rather hands Ruud the break straight away with two galling forehand misses.

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Nicolas Jarry 0-1 Casper Ruud

Last year’s French Open runner-up Casper Ruud hasn’t been at his best this year at Roland Garros - but will need to be if he is to see off the challenge of Nicolas Jarry on Philippe-Chatrier. The Chilean, ranked 35, defeated Ruud on his way to winning the clay-court tournament in Geneva last week. It was Jarry’s second title on clay this season and the 27-year-old is in the form of his life as he plays in the fourth round of a grand slam for the first time.

Jarry goes on the attack straight away and has a total of five break points in Ruud’s opening service game. He can’t talk any of them, and Ruud escapes with the hold!

French Open highlights: Novak Djokovic moves closer to Carlos Alcaraz clash

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Djokovic looked rather convincing yesterday as he brushed aside Juan Pablo Varillas in straight sets.

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Sara Sorribes Tormo 7-6 Beatriz Haddad Maia

Jabeur’s draw has been opened up by Elena Rybakina’s withdrawal from Roland Garros due to illness, which was announced on Saturday ahead of her third-round match. It gave Sara Sorribes Tormo a walkover and the Spaniard is now a set up against the Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia.

Sorribes Tormo was involved in controversy yesterday as she was on the doubles team that were playing when opponent Miyu Kato was disqualified for hitting a ball girl.

French Open 2023: Game, set and match!

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Ons Jabeur 6-3 6-1 Bernardo Pera

Ons Jabeur advances to the French Open quarter-finals for the first time! The Tunisian took over an hour to brush aside the poor Bernardo Pera, who just couldn’t hold serve to save her life. Neither could Jabeur for much of it, but the Wimbledon and US Open finalist still produced a wonderful array of winners and drop-shots to delight the Philippe-Chatrier crowd. Her game is far from complete at the moment, but Jabeur is getting there...

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Bernarda Pera 3-6 1-4 Ons Jabeur

Jabeur volleys a ball in frustration as Pera pushes for another break - but the American can’t convert the break points as she gifts Jabeur the hold with a couple of errors. It puts Jabeur in total control of this very strange contest.

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Bernarda Pera 3-6 1-1 Ons Jabeur

More breaks! Pera moves ahead at the start of the second set after breaking Jabeur, but then the seventh seed immediately brings up three break points in the next game. A forehand winner gets the break straight back.

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Bernarda Pera 3-6 Ons Jabeur

Set! Remarkable. Jabeur takes the set after holding serve just once against Pera - who was broken every time. Jabeur showed some wonderful flashes of shot-making but there were plenty of errors too, which really is quite fitting for her French Open so far. Jabeur herself has spoken about how her game just isn’t quite there at the moment.

Pera, though, won just nine per cent of her second-serve points...

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Bernarda Pera 2-4 Ons Jabeur

Breaks, everywhere! There’s only been one hold of serve so far, and that was Jabeur in her opening game. Pera has done well to disrupt Jabeur’s serve and the Tunisian has been unable to settle into this one. The American’s own service game is looking shaky, however.

French Open highlights: Carlos Alcaraz continues stunning form in Roland Garros

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Carlos Alcaraz continued his impressive form as he returned to the French Open quarter-finals with a storming 6-3 6-2 6-2 win over Italian Lorenzo Musetti.

Up next is Stefanos Tsitsipas is what is a brilliant quarter-final clash on Tuesday. The Greek also cruised into the last eight with a comfortable 7-5 6-3 6-0 victory over Austrian qualifier Sebastian Ofner.

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Bernarda Pera 0-3 Ons Jabeur

Double break! Lovely start from Ons Jabeur to break Bernarda Pera in the American’s opening service game. The Tunisian is already finding some nice angles and breaks Pera for the second time with a delightful drop shot.

French Open 2023: Ons Jabeur in action

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Ons Jabeur opens the action on Philippe-Chatrier as the fourth round continues but last season’s Wimbledon and US Open finalist says she has been far from her best at Roland Garros.

"There are things that are going well. Others that are going less well. Mentally I'm present. The physical sensations will come back. Tennis sensations also. These things take a lot of time," she said after beating Olga Danilovic on Saturday.

"I have to accept my current condition now, because I was injured quite a lot of times this year. I'm not going to be impatient. I will give time to my body to adapt. And right now I'm winning matches without being at 100%, so I'm learning."

Jabeur is up against American Bernarda Pera, who beat her in straight sets when the two last met in Guangzhou in 2019.

"Another lefty, so it's going to be a tricky one," Jabeur said. "Pera has been playing very well. She's a tough opponent."

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French Open highlights: Aryna Sabalenka defeats Sloane Stephens in late-night clash

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World number two Aryna Sabalenka weathered a spectacular first set implosion to beat American Sloane Stephens 7-6(5) 6-4 on Sunday and advance to the French Open quarter-finals.

The Belarusian, who will face Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina in the last eight, gave Stephens, the 2017 U.S. Open champion, no hope at the start, unleashing a barrage of baseline missiles that left the 30-year-old stunned and looking around for help.

Sabalenka, the hardest-hitting player on the women’s tour and the 2023 Australian Open champion, raced to a 5-0 lead with Stephens winning a total of just eight points.

But the American, no stranger to the Paris big stage after reaching the final in 2018, was not done yet, clawing her way back and saving a set point at 5-2 to cut the deficit.

With her own first serve wilting, Sabalenka, in complete freefall by now, missed another two set points at 5-4 on Stephens’ serve before her opponent spectacularly levelled and then held to take it to a tiebreak.

The Belarusian, looking win a second Grand Slam trophy, managed to pull herself together at the last moment, clinching the first set on her fourth opportunity.

She cut down on the unforced errors in the second set but again Stephens battled back from 4-2 down to level before Sabalenka broke again to go 5-4 up and serve out the match. -- Reuters

French Open 2023: Doubles pair disqualified for hitting ball girl on head

09:55 , Jamie Braidwood

Japanese doubles player Miyu Kato has apologised after hitting a ball girl in the head, which resulted in her disqualifcation from the French Open.

Kato and her Indonesian partner Aldila Sutjiadi, the 16th seeds, were leading Marie Bouzkova and Sara Sorribes Tormo 7-6 (1) 1-3 in the third round of the women’s doubles when the Japanese player hit the ball down to the other end of the court at the end of a point.

Unaware that the ball was coming, the ball girl was struck directly on the head and began crying.

Kato apologised to the ball girl and lengthy discussions took place before the decision was made to disqualify the pair.

She said she has been forfeited her prize money and points from Roland Garros.

Kato said: “I would like to sincerely apologise to the ball girl, my partner Aldila and team, and my supporters because of today's unfortunate mishap. It was completely unintentional. As a result, I am penalised by RG Roland Garros, forfeiting my prize money and points. I appreciate all your continued support!”

Responding to Kato’s tweet, the French player Alize Cornet said: “Insane decision. I really feel sorry for you but a lot of players (except Marie and Sara obviously) are supporting you.”

French Open 2023: Yesterday at Roland Garros

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Novak Djokovic surpassed Rafael Nadal’s all-time record by reaching his 17th French Open quarter-final.

The 22-time grand slam champion defeated Juan Pablo Varillas 6-3 6-2 6-2 to maintain his run of not having lost before the last eight at Roland Garros since 2010, and set up a clash with 11th seed Karen Khachanov.

Djokovic is still 12 Paris titles behind Nadal, though, and with the Spaniard missing for the first time since 2004, his great rival knows what an opportunity this is.

He said: “I’m proud of it but my attention is already on the next match. Obviously quarter-finals, Khachanov, I know what my goal is here. I’m trying to stay mentally the course and of course not look too far.

“Obviously the performance of today gives me a great deal of confidence about how I felt, about how I played. So I’m looking forward to the next match.”

By Eleanor Crooks

Novak Djokovic breaks Rafael Nadal French Open record with thumping win

French Open order of play - Monday 5 June

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Court Philippe Chatrier

From 10:00 (all times BST)

Bernarda Pera vs Ons Jabeur

Nicolas Jarry vs Casper Ruud

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova vs Coco Gauff

Not before 19:15

Grigor Dimitrov vs Alexander Zverev

Court Suzanne Lenglen

From 10:00

Sara Sorribes Tormo vs Beatriz Haddad Maia

Holger Rune vs Francisco Cerundolo

Iga Swiatek vs Lesia Tsurenko

Tomas Martin Etcheverry vs Yoshihito Nishioka

For the full order of play, click here

How to watch the French Open 2023

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French Open 2023

09:45 , Jamie Braidwood

The French Open quarter-final line-up is almost complete as the fourth round at Roland Garros concludes on Monday.

Iga Swiatek, Coco Gauff and Ons Jabeur are among those looking to join Aryna Sabalenka in the last eight of the women’s draw, with the Belarusian showcasing her strength with 7-6 6-4 victory over Sloane Stephens on Sunday night. Swiatek will looking to continue the defence of her title against Ukraine’s Lesia Tsurenko, with the world No 1 on a streak of 20 games in a row ahead of this last-16 clash.

In the men’s draw, fourth seed Casper Ruud and sixth seed Holger Rune could set up a rematch of last year’s heated French Open clash with progress to the quarter-finals. They’ll be aiming to join the likes of Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz in the last eight after the pair moved ever closer to a blockbuster semi-final match-up by easing through their fourth-round matches on Sunday.

Follow live scores and updates from the French Open throughout the day the fourth round continues