French Open order of play: Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal headline day six
Day six of the French Open promises not to disappoint, with Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Sloane Stephens, Karolina Pliskova, and Stan Wawrinka all in action.
Court Philippe Chatrier (start 10am BST)
P Martic v Ka Pliskova
M Klizan v L Pouille
G Muguruza v E Svitolina
D Goffin v R Nadal
S Tsitsipas v F Krajinovic
Court Suzanne-Lenglen (start 10am BST)
E Mertens v A Sevastova
C Ruud v R Federer
S Stephens v P Hercog
S Wawrinka v G Dimitrov
Court Simonne Mathieu (start 10am BST)
M Vondrousova v C Suarez Navarro
P Carreno Busta v B Paire
N Mahut v L Mayer
J Konta v V Kuzmova
Court 1 (start 10am BST)
K Nishikori v L Djere
B Bencic v D Vekic
Court 7 (start 10am BST)
P Hon v M Keys
Court 12 (start 10am BST)
A Krunic v L Tsurenko
Court 14 (start 10am BST)
V Kudermetova v K Kanepi
Ji Londero v C Moutet
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