How to Watch the French Open - Women’s Semifinals | Channel, Streams, Start Times
In Paris, just four women remain in the French Open, each looking for a chance at Grand Slam title, including the world No. Watch the French Open on FuboTV(1) Iga Swiatek vs. (20) Daria KasatkinaWhen: Thursday, June 2Time: 9 a.m. Watch the French Open on FuboTV(18) Coco Gauff vs. Martina TrevisanWhen: Wednesday, June 2Time: 10:15 a.m. After a disappointing opening round exit in Australia, Gauff made it to her second consecutive French Open quarterfinal. Find the full French Open draws and results heremlive.com
How to Watch the French Open - Fourth Round | Channel, Streams, Start Times
As we begin the second week of the second Grand Slam tournament of the year, the final 16 players remain in both the men’s and women’s draws, each looking to take one step closer to becoming French Open Champion. Watch the French Open on FuboTV (Free trial) and PeacockSome exciting matchups are set up on both sides over the next couple of days. Rafael Nadal, after winning at the Australian Open earlier this year, has more Grand Slam titles than anyone. She is meeting another player unfamiliar with the Round of 16, as Daria Kasatkina is making her first fourth round appearance in four years. In 2018, she made it to the quarterfinals in both the French Open and Wimbledon, but has not made it nearly that far since.mlive.com
Kenin beats Putintseva to reach Abu Dhabi quarterfinals
Kenin is the top-seeded woman in Abu Dhabi, where the first womens tour-level tennis event of 2021 begins main-draw play on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)ABU DHABI – Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin of the United States came back from match point down to beat Yulia Putintseva and reach the quarterfinals of the Abu Dhabi Open on Saturday. Kenin posted 57 unforced errors to Putintseva's 43 but still prevailed 3-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4 over the 13th-seeded Putintseva. Kenin dropped the opening set for the second consecutive match in Abu Dhabi. Also, Aryna Sabalenka recorded her 12th consecutive win in tour matches with a 6-2, 6-4 win over Ons Jabeur.
Does Djokovic's next foe have hope? 'I was wondering that'
Serbia's Novak Djokovic serves against Lithuania's Ricardas Berankis in the second round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, France, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)PARIS – At the mere mention of Novak Djokovic’s name, at the mere thought of sharing a court with a 17-time Grand Slam champion and the French Open’s No. He used these phrases: “really, really excited” and “really, really happy” and “really, really special.”Galan is, after all, ranked 153rd and never had won so much as one main-draw match at any major tournament until this week. Jelena Ostapenko, the 2017 French Open champ, plays 87th-ranked Paula Badosa, who arrived in Paris with a 1-5 Grand Slam record. “Well,” came Galan’s reply, “I was wondering that, to be honest.”And then he launched into a story about how he was “really, really nervous” before playing former top 10-member David Goffin in the Davis Cup Finals last November.