French Open order of play: When you can see the semi-finals, including Roger Federer v Rafael Nadal
The French Open is still playing catch-up after relentless rain washed out the entire day’s play in Paris on Wednesday.
As a result the schedule is a little all over the place, as Friday was supposed to be just men’s semi-finals day.
The women were supposed to be done and dusted with their last four matches on Thursday, but Wednesday’s washout meant that the quarter-finals had to be completed first.
So, to avoid any confusion, here is your updated order of play for the French Open on Friday.
Court Philippe Chatrier (11:50am BST start)
Roger Federer v Rafeal Nadal
Novak Djokovic v Dominic Thiem
Court Suzanne Lenglen (10:00am BST start)
Ashleigh Barty v Amanda Anisimova
Johanna Konta v Marketa Vondrousova
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