Iga Swiatek will be hoping to take a step closer to defending her French Open title, as she will take on China’s Roland Garros champion Wang Xinyu on Saturday for a place in the last 16.
Elena Rybakina, who has so far been leading the campaign to oust Swiatek in Paris, faces Spain’s Sara Sorribes Tormo, while today’s match is a match between last year’s finalist Coco Jove and 16-year-old superstar Mira Andreeva.
Casper Ruud meets Zhang Jizhen while Holger Rohn plays Gennaro Alberto Olivieri, while the evening session sees Alexander Zverev take on Francis Tiafoe at Court Philippe Chatrier.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of day seven of the French Open.
French Open Play Ranking – Saturday 3rd June
Court of Philippe Chatrier
From 10:45 am
Elena Rybakina x Sarah Sorribes Tormo
Holger Rohn vs. Gennaro Alberto Oliveri
Iga Swiatek vs. Xin Yu Wang
Not before 7:15 p.m
Alexander Zverev vs. Francis Tiafoe
Cut by Suzanne Lenglen
from 10:00 am
Zhizhen Zhang vs. Casper Roode
Mira Andreeva vs Coco Gauff
Francisco Sirondolo vs. Taylor Fritz
Olga Danilovic vs. Anas Jaber
Simon Mathieu cut
from 10:00 am
Yoshihito Nishioka vs Thiago Seibut Wild
Ekaterina Alexandrova – Beatrice Haddad Maya
Bianca Andreescu vs. Lesia Tsurenko
Daniel Altmaier vs. Grigor Dimitrov
For the full play ranking, click here
2023 French Open schedule
Saturday, June 3: Men’s Singles – Women’s Singles – Third Round
Sunday, June 4: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles – Round Four
Monday, June 5: Men’s Singles – Women’s Singles – Fourth Round
Tuesday, June 6: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles – Quarterfinals
Wednesday, June 7: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles – Quarterfinals
Thursday, June 8: Women’s Singles Semi-Final | Mixed doubles final
Friday, June 9: Men’s Singles – Semi-finals
Saturday 10 June: Women’s Singles Final | Men’s doubles final wheelchair end
Sunday, June 11: Men’s Singles Final | Women’s doubles final
How to watch the 2023 French Open
You can watch the French Open live on Eurosport in the UK. The event will be broadcast on Eurosport TV channels, or fans can tune in to Discovery+ broadcasts of the tournament, with the Entertainment and Sports pass available for £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year.
Watch every moment of Roland-Garros live and exclusively on YouTube Discover +Eurosport and Eurosport application
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