Welcome to this live dedicated to the 2023 edition of the Roland-Garros tournament. It’s already the sixth day of the French Open tennis tournament. Throughout the day, on a less disheveled rhythm than during our usual live sports, we tell you here the essentials of what is happening at the Porte d’Auteuil.
France 4 (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.), France 2 (2 p.m. to 8 p.m.), France 3 (8 p.m., 8:35 p.m.). Matches at the Simonne-Mathieu court and evening sessions of the Philippe-Chatrier court on Prime Video.
- Headliners of the day
The two big favorites of the men’s table will succeed on the Philippe-Chatrier court: Novak Djokovic face the Spaniard Alexander Davidovich Fokina (n°29 at the ATP), then Carlos Alcaraz will be opposed to the Canadian Denis Shapovalov (n°26) in the evening session.
On the Suzanne-Lenglen, the Russian Andrey Rublev (n°7) meets the Italian Lorenzo Sonego (n°48). On this same court, Stefanos Tsitsipas (n°5) is then measured against the Argentinian Diego Schwartzman (#95). To follow also the match between the Italian veteran Fabio Fognini (n°130) and the Austrian Sebastian Ofner (n°118). On the Simonne-Mathieu, the meeting between the Italian Lorenzo Musetti (n°17) and the British Cameron Norrie (#14) promises a lot.
In women, Jessica Pegula, seeded No. 3, faces the Belgian Elise Mertens (No. 28 in the WTA). Aryna Sabalenkaseeded n°2, is measured against the Russian Kamilla Rakhimova (82e world). These two games will open the Philippe-Chatrier court.
- A little reading while waiting
“A Grand Slam without psychodrama, it’s not possible for me”, the turbulent beginnings of Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic, Serbia’s “national treasure”
Roland-Garros 2023: Daniil Medvedev, world number 2, eliminated from the start by the surprising Thiago Seyboth Wild
Iga Swiatek: “Due to the war in Ukraine, there is currently a kind of chaos in sport”
Luca Van Assche, a small build with big ambitions
Lorenzo Musetti, “the Artist” who delights the public
Court fever 14
The detailed program for this Wednesday can be found here.
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