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The French Open has reached its ultimate weekend with Jasmine Paolini aiming to trigger a serious upset by stopping Iga Swiatek from profitable a fourth Roland Garros title.

“Iga is an unbelievable player,” mentioned Paolini. “So young, but so many achievements and grand slams. Here she won three times. She’s doing well week by week, and that’s not easy. So I have huge respect for her.

“But my goal is to step on court on Saturday and try to enjoy the match, to enjoy that moment and to try to play a good match and to make a good performance on court.”

Swiatek’s path to the ultimate has been a procession after having to save lots of a match level towards Naomi Osaka within the second spherical however she insists she gained’t take her Italian opponent calmly.

Swiatek mentioned: “We played a long time ago, so I need to prepare tactically and see what her game is at now because for sure she’s playing… she has the best season, so she must have changed something.

“We’ll see because, honestly, I haven’t watched her matches, so there’s not a lot for me to say. I’ll just focus on myself and prepare tactically and try to be consistent with my tactics.”

When does the French Open begin and finish?

The French Open started on Sunday, May 26 and concludes on June 9.

What is immediately’s order of play?


(1) Iga Swiatek (Poland) v (12) Jasmine Paolini (Italy)

When do the French Open finals happen?

The girls’s ultimate takes place immediately and the boys’s ultimate is the next day on June 9.

Where is the French Open held?

The French Open takes place at Roland Garros, which is positioned on the sting of Bois de Boulogne, near Paris St-Germain’s Parc des Princes. The venue spans 18 clay courts together with the principle present court docket: Philippe-Chatrier.