2024 French Open Roland Garros Sunday Schedule and Preview including Swiatek, Gauff, Alcaraz and Sinner

Sunday, 02 June 2024 at 01:47
The schedule has been confirmed ahead of Sunday at the 2024 French Open with the fourth round taking centre stage with some of the leading lights in the draw in action. Among them include Iga Swiatek, Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner.
Sinner as of time of writing could be World No.1 by the time this preview is released with Lorenzo Musetti on his way to a huge win potentially over Novak Djokovic.

Queen of Clay aims to continue reign

Iga Swiatek has been imperious apart from one match so far at the 2024 French Open as she was pushed to her limit against Naomi Osaka. But on her birthday, she soon bounced back against Marie Bouzkova who she took to pieces and then celebrated with pieces of cake.
Swiatek will hope that her next match is also a piece of cake as she opens up proceedings on Philippe Chatrier against Anastasia Potapova. A match that Potapova actually won in juniors, they have never met in the pros. Both went down different roads. Potapova has had some success but it has been stark in recent years. Whilst Swiatek has become an all conquering force.
With Olga Danilovic and Marketa Vondrousova lurking, the outlook looks bright for Swiatek if she doesn't have a shock loss to Potapova for her troubles. The latter tie opens Court Suzanne Lenglen on Sunday. Whilst Coco Gauff who herself will aim to emerge as one of the favourites will have a statement on her mind.
The Queen of Clay aims to continue her reign on Sunday.
The Queen of Clay aims to continue her reign on Sunday.
All the chatter has surrounded the so called WTA Big Three and she will want a slice of that pie. Awaiting her is a certain Elisabetta Cocciaretto. Not usually a fixture at this juncture in a tournament, she has been ultra impressive in making it towards the second week. But will Gauff send a statement or will the Italian continue her run? That is second up. Also on a WTA end is Clara Tauson v Ons Jabeur with all other ties taking place on the second week of the tournament. Certainly not a quiet Middle Sunday.

Alcaraz and Sinner take Centre Stage

Whilst to complete the feat is another batch of matches in the Night Session between ATP stars. Carlos Alcaraz will be the day session concluder in perhaps a better tie than the Night Session. He faces Felix Auger-Aliassime in a top clash. The Spaniard continues to look better and better and admitted himself that the trio that top the sport are looking ominous. He will aim to continue that.
Whilst Jannik Sinner has the ultimate party pooper so to speak in the entertainer depending on what way you see him in Corentin Moutet. Famous for asking for coffee and full fat Pepsi on court, he has often been an entertainer over a tennis star. But he has proven this week that he has the game in him to trouble the best albeit through underarm serves. Sinner has been good this week, but hasn't been tested. Can Moutet provide that stern opposition.
Also on outer courts, Matteo Arnaldi will face Stefanos Tsitsipas. Whilst Grigor Dimitrov and Hubert Hurkacz will return the day after their respective wins to play again in a real gruelling schedule. The weather gods certainly aren't fans of those playing last up that's for sure.
  • Iga Swiatek (1) v Anastasia Potapova
  • Coco Gauff (3) v Elisabetta Cocciaretto
From 13:00
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime (21) v Carlos Alcaraz (3)
From 19:15
  • Corentin Moutet v Jannik Sinner (2)
  • Olga Danilovic v Marketa Vondrousova (5)
  • Matteo Arnaldi v Stefanos Tsitsipas (9)
  • Clara Tauson v Ons Jabeur (8)
From 16:00
  • Hubert Hurkacz (8) v Grigor Dimitrov (10)

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