How to watch and today’s order of play
In the battle of teenagers’, Coco Gauff emerged victorious despite rising star Mirra Andreeva taking the first set.
Gauff will now play Slovakia’s Anna Karolina Schmiedlova in the last 16 on Monday, and is on track to meet world No 1 and defending champion Iga Swiatek in the quarter finals.
On Saturday, Swiatek destroyed China’s Wang Xinyu 6-0, 6-0. Earlier, fourth seed and Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina pulled out of the tournament minutes before her third-round match because of illness.
Meanwhile, Sunday night’s session on Court Philippe Chatrier – the showcase slot in the schedule – will finally be played by two women for the first time this tournament. Second seed Aryna Sabalenka and 2018 finalist Sloane Stephens will meet under the lights.
Order of play for 4 June
(All times local, +1 hour from BST)
10:00: Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Rus) v (28) Elise Mertens (Bel), (3) Novak Djokovic (Ser) v Juan Pablo Varillas (Per), (1) Carlos Alcaraz Garfia (Spa) v (17) Lorenzo Musetti (Ita), Sloane Stephens (USA) v (2) Aryna Sabalenka (Blr)
10:00: (11) Karen Khachanov (Rus) v Lorenzo Sonego (Ita), Karolina Muchova (Cze) v Elina Avanesyan (Rus), Elina Svitolina (Ukr) v (9) Daria Kasatkina (Rus), Sebastian Ofner (Aut) v (5) Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gre)
10:00: (9) Kristina Mladenovic (Fra) & Shuai Zhang (Chn) v Su-Wei Hsieh (Tpe) & Xin Yu Wang (Chn), (10) Marcel Granollers (Spa) & Horacio Zeballos (Arg) v Marcelo Melo (Bra) & John Peers (Aus), (13) Marta Kostyuk (Ukr) & Elena Gabriela Ruse (Rom) v (2) Cori Gauff (USA) & Jessica Pegula (USA), (11) Kevin Krawietz (Ger) & Tim Puetz (Ger) v Sadio Doumbia (Fra) & Fabien Reboul (Fra)
12:00: (11) Yi Fan Xu (Chn) & Zhaoxuan Yang (Chn) v (6) Nicole Melichar (USA) & Ellen Perez (Aus), Gabriela Dabrowski (Can) & Nathaniel Lammons (USA) v Taylor Townsend (USA) & Jamie Murray (Gbr)
12:00: Bianca Vanessa Andreescu (Can) & Michael Venus (Nzl) v Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) & Mate Pavic (Cro), (4) Ivan Dodig (Cro) & Austin Krajicek (USA) v Francisco Cabral (Por) & Rafael Matos (Bra)
10:00: Marie Bouzkova (Cze) & Sara Sorribes Tormo (Spa) v (16) Miyu Kato (Jpn) & Aldila Sutjiadi (Ina), (5) Lloyd Glasspool (Gbr) & Harri Heliovaara (Fin) v (12) Matwe Middelkoop (Ned) & Andreas Mies (Ger), Anna Bondar (Hun) & Greet Minnen (Bel) v (12) Asia Muhammad (USA) & Giuliana Olmos (Mex), Su-Wei Hsieh (Tpe) & Nicolas Mahut (Fra) v Hao-Ching Chan (Tpe) & Fabrice Martin (Fra), (7) Marta Kostyuk (Ukr) & Marcelo Arevalo (Esa) v Storm Hunter (Aus) & John Peers (Aus)
How to watch the French Open 2023 on TV
In the UK, Eurosport has the broadcasting rights to live action from Paris. 273 live hours will be shown on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 complementing the digital offering on discovery+ and the Eurosport App – where every match will be available to watch live throughout the tournament.
Every qualifying, wheelchair, junior and legends match will be available to watch live.
Eurosport’s on-site presentation team includes multiple grand slam winners Mats Wilander, Chris Evert and John McEnroe, who join Alex Corretja, Laura Robson and Alizé Lim in Paris. World No 4 and 2022 finalist Casper Ruud will also offer his insights. Tim Henman and Barbara Schett will anchor coverage from the mixed-reality Cube studio in London before presenting live from Paris from the semi-final stage of the tournament.
To watch on discovery+, an entertainment and sport pass is £6.99/month or £59.99/year.
In the United States the tournament is broadcast on ESPN.