LIVE – Roland-Garros 2024: Sinner unfolds, Jabeur succeeds in his entry… Follow the second day

LIVE – Roland-Garros 2024: Sinner unfolds, Jabeur succeeds in his entry… Follow the second day
LIVE – Roland-Garros 2024: Sinner unfolds, Jabeur succeeds in his entry… Follow the second day

For the second day of the main draw of Roland-Garros 2024, the poster for the first round between Rafael Nadal and Alexander Zverev is scheduled for the afternoon, the night session being reserved for Gaël Monfils who will challenge the Brazilian Thiago Seyboth Wild, winner of Daniil Medvedev last year. Follow our live stream.

The flagship match of the first round of Roland-Garros between Rafael Nadal and Alexander Zverev (4th in the world) will be played in the afternoon on Monday on the Philippe-Chatrier court where the Spaniard has been crowned 14 times, according to the program published on Sunday . Although being the poster of the day, this match will not be played at night, this schedule reverting to the duel between Gaël Monfils and Thiago Seyboth Wild.

The main information:

  • This Monday marks the second day of the Roland-Garros main draw
  • The clash between Nadal and Zverev scheduled for the day, on center court
  • Novak Djokovic enters the fray against Frenchman Pierre-Hugues Herbert

Sinner advances easily in the 2nd round

World No.2 Jannik Sinner, candidate for the title at Roland-Garros, but hampered in recent weeks by a hip injury, reassured himself by qualifying for the 2nd round by easily beating 6-3, 6-3 , 6-4 the American Christopher Eubanks (46th), Monday. “I’m happy to be back on a course after my injury, here it’s a special tournament for me because it’s the first time I reached the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam,” commented the 22-year-old Italian. “My hip is fine, but I’m taking the matches one by one. I’m not in top form yet but I’m working on it every day,” he added. His next opponent will be the French veteran Richard Gasquet (124th), fifteen years his senior, winner the day before of the Croatian Borna Coric.

Jabeur succeeds in his entry

Ons Jabeur, 9th in the world, held her place against the American Sachia Vickery, 124th and beneficiary of a wild card, whom she dismissed 6-3, 6-2, Monday, in the first round of Roland-Garros. “A first round of a Grand Slam is always difficult. I tried to relax on the court, but I hope it will be better in the next match. There is still a long way to go,” declared the Tunisian, who will face in the second round the Colombian Camila Osorio (77th) or the Ukrainian Anhelina Kalinina (48th).

Nadal-Zverev, 2022 semi-final rematch

For what has every chance of being his last Roland-Garros, Nadal is not protected by the top seed status because of his fall in the rankings (beyond 250th place in the world). He was propelled from the start by the draw against the 27-year-old German, one of the fittest players of the moment, freshly titled at the Masters 1000 in Rome. Find here the analysis of Cédric Pioline, the tennis consultant for Europe 1, official radio of Roland-Garros.

The last time the two men faced each other dates back to the 2022 semi-final: the German pushed the Spaniard to his limits before seriously injuring his right ankle and giving up, leaving Nadal to slip towards his 22nd Grand Slam title.

World number 1 Novak Djokovic will enter the fray on Tuesday, against French guest Pierre-Hugues Herbert. Monday also marks the return of title holder Iga Swiatek, the big favorite to succeed her. Leolia Jeanjean will be condemned to a monumental feat after managing to come out of qualifying, Swiatek arriving with two clay court titles acquired in Madrid and Rome. Finally, Jannik Sinner will face Christopher Eubanks on the Suzanne-Lenglen court. The Italian, in four participations, reached his best result – a quarter-final – in 2020.

Program of the main matches this Monday:

Court Philippe-Chatrier (from noon)

Sachia Vickery (USA) – Ons Jabeur (TUN/seeded N.8)

Iga Swiatek (POL/N.1) – Leolia Jeanjan (FRA)

Alexander Zverev (GER/N.4) – Rafael Nadal (ESP)

(not before 8:15 p.m.) Gaël Monfils (FRA) – Thiago Seyboth Wild (BRA)

Court Suzanne-Lenglen (from 11 a.m.)

Christopher Eubanks (USA) – Jannik Sinner (ITA/N.2)

Marton Fucsovics (HUN) – Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE/N.9)

Coco Gauff (USA/N.3) – Julia Avdeeva (RUS)

Elina Svitolina (UKR/N.15) – Karolina Pliskova (CZE)

Court Simonne-Mathieu (from 11 a.m.)

Rebeka Masarova (ESP) – Marketa Vondrousova (CZE/N.5)

Matteo Arnaldi (ITA) – Arthur Fils (FRA/N.29)

Maria Sakkari (GRE/N.6) – Varvara Gracheva (FRA)

Dominik Koepfer (GER) – Daniil Medvedev (RUS/N.5)

Short 14 (from 11 a.m.)

Ben Shelton (USA/N.15) – Hugo Gaston (FRA)

Anna Kalinskaya (RUS/N.23) – Clara Burel (FRA)

Luca Van Assche (FRA) – Denis Shapovalov (CAN)

Short 7 (from 11 a.m.)

Daria Saville (AUS) – Jasmine Paolini (ITA/N.12)

Karen Khachanov (RUS/N.18) – Sumit Nagal (IND)

Leylah Fernandez (CAN/N.31) – Jessika Ponchet (FRA)

Pedro Cachin (ARG) – Tommy Paul (USA/N.14)

Short 4 (from 11 a.m.)

(4th match) Harriet Dart (GBR) – Linda Noskova (CZE/N.27)

Short 6 (from 11 a.m.)

Yoshihito Nishioka (JPN) – Felix Auger-Aliassime (CAN/N.21)

Danielle Collins (USA/N.11) – Caroline Dolehide (USA)

Mattia Bellucci (ITA) – Frances Tiafoe (USA/N.25)

Elisabetta Cocciaretto (ITA) – Beatriz Haddad Maia (BRA/N.13)

Short 8 (from 11 a.m.)

(2nd match) Francisco Cerundolo (ARG/N.23) – Yannick Hanfmann (GER)

Short 9 (from 11 a.m.)

Liudmila Samsonova (RUS/N.17) – Magda Linette (POL)

Gustavo Heide (BRA) – Sebastian Baez (ARG/N.20)

Short 12 (from 11 a.m.)

(2nd match) Viktoriya Tomova (BUL) – Ekaterina Alexandrova (RUS/N.16)

Panna Udvardy (HUN) – Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (RUS/N.20)

Daniel Elahi Galan (COL) – Lorenzo Musetti (ITA/N.30)

Short 13 (from 11 a.m.)

Oceane Dodin (FRA) – Kayla Day (USA)

Cameron Norrie (GBR/N.32) – Pavel Kotov (RUS)



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