The fourth round of the 2020 French Open begins on Sunday, October 4 as Rafael Nadal, Simona Halep and Elina Svitolina lead the action today. Get all the information on today’s play at Roland Garros and how you can watch the the action live streamed online or on TV.
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The top seeded and world number two Simona Halep will be the first to step on to the court as she takes on Poland’s Iga Swiatek at the Philipp-Chatrier for her fourth round match. This match begins at 11 am with Halep aiming to make it her 18th win in a row this season as she guns for a place in the quarterfinal.
Following this, it will be the turn of the second seeded Rafael Nadal to put up a master-class against Sebastian Korda, a budding youngster who has reached his first ever Grand Slam fourth round in what has been his, um, first main draw appearance! The two should be on court at around 1 pm local time.
Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina is on a mini winning streak of her own and she would like to protect that when she steps on the court for her fourth round match. This will follow Nadal’s match and will see Svitolina take on the crowd favourite Caroline Garcia for a place in the last eight.
In the last match on this court, Dominic Thiem will be up against surprise entrant Hugo Gaston for a place in the quarterfinal as he looks to add to his US Open title.
Over at the Court Suzanne-Lenglen, it will be the fifth seeded Kiki Bertens who faces Martina Trevisan in her fourth round match. Bertens has come through a breezy win last round but Trevisan’s back-story and her upset of Cori Gauff and Maria Sakkari make it a match to watch out.
Alexander Zverev will then walk out to court for his fourth round match against Jannik Sinner, while Diego Schwartzman faces Lorenzo Sonego in the next match on this court.
The last of the fourth round singles matches of the day comes over at Simonne-Mathieu where Nadia Podoroska takes on Barbora Krejcikova in a surprise battle between two players ranked outside the top 100.
Action begins at 11 am local time (10 am BST or 5 am Eastern Time). Get all the latest, match by match French Open 2020 previews and predictions here.