The remaining matches at the fourth round of the 2020 French Open will be played on Monday, October 5 with Novak Djokovic and Sofia Kenin joined by Stefanos Tsitsipas and Petra Kvitova as they all hunt for a place in the last eight. 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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First up at the Philippe-Chatrier Court is the seventh seeded Petra Kvitova who has so far gone through her draw without too much ado. Kvitova will take on China’s Shuai Zhang for a place in the quarterfinals.
Stefanos Tsitispas, seeded fifth, had an off day in his opening round match here but since then has been quite clinical in his wins, having clinched nine sets in a row rather easily. He faces Grigor Dimitrov, who has also shown signs of resurrection in recent times in their fourth round match.
The top seeded Novak Djokovic’s match is third on the court as he takes on 15th seeded Karen Khachanov. Djokovic is yet to be beaten this year in a match that has been completed and will be a heavy favourite to get past this Russian and into the round of eight.
In what will be the final match of the day on this court, Sofia Kenin, seeded fourth takes on the local Fiona Ferro. Both players have encountered difficulties at different times during the tournament but have found a way to come through. This could get exciting, especially with Ferro getting some support from the handful of spectators allowed in.
Over at the Court Suzanne-Lenglen, the 13th seeded and Hamburg Open winner Andrey Rublev will be up against Marton Fucsovics in the fourth round.
Ons Jabeur, who took out Aryna Sabalenka in her previous match, will be up against American Danielle Collins, while Pablo Carreno Busta will be hoping to make it to his second successive Grand Slam quarterfinal when he faces surprise entrant Daniel Altmaier.
Unseeded players Laura Siegemund and Paula Badosa will both be gunning for their first entry into a major quarterfinal when they face off in their round of 16 encounter at the Court Simonne-Mathieu.
There will be some women’s and men’s doubles action on the day as well, to go with girls and boys singles matches to round off the day.
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.