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French Open 2024 semis live stream: Iga Swiatek vs Coco Gauff and Mirra Andreeva vs Jasmine Paolini

The big match of the day is, undoubtedly, the semi between World No.1 Iga Swiatek and World No.3 Coco Gauff. Here's when and where you can catch the French Open live in India

French Open 2024 semis live stream: Iga Swiatek vs Coco Gauff and Mirra Andreeva vs Jasmine Paolini
Iga Swiatek plays Coco Gauff and Mirra Andreeva against Jasmine Paolini in the French Open semi-finals

Last Updated: 01.34 PM, Jun 06, 2024

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On June 6, we will know if Roland Garros will welcome a new French Open women’s singles champ or if Iga Swiatek, the defending champion has a shot at taking home a fourth title. There are two women’s singles matches scheduled at the Court Philippe Chatrier, starting at 6.30 pm (IST)

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    French Open Semi-final  schedule  
Match Player 1 Player 2 Venue Time Result & Score
1 Iga Swiatek Coco Gauff Court Philippe Chatrier 6.30 pm (IST)  
2 Jasmine Paolini Mirra Andreeva Court Philippe Chatrier 7.45 pm (IST)  

Swiatek vs Gauff head-to-head; prediction

The first semi-final of the day is between Swiatek and World No.3 Coco Gauff, a repeat of sorts of their 2022 final and the 2023 quarter-final, both of which the former had won. In their 11 head-to-head meetings to far, Swiatek has won a whopping 10. The only time Gauff got the better of Swiatek was at the Cincinnati Masters in 2023. Obviously, the odds are heavily stacked against 20-year-old Gauff, and the prediction is that Swiatek will win this encounter, but the former has shown quite a bit of fighting spirit throughout the tournament, which should stand her in good stead in her match against the latter.

Iga Swiatek will hope for a repeat of last year's quarter-final against Coco Gauff
Iga Swiatek will hope for a repeat of last year's quarter-final against Coco Gauff

Clash of the freshers

In the second semi-final, two players who have never before played a Grand Slam match at this stage – Mirra Andreeva and Jasmine Paolini take on each other. The 17-year-old Andreeva defeated World No.2 Aryna Sabalenka to advance to the stage of 4, while 28-year-old Paolini defeated the 2022 Wimbledon champ Elena Rybakina.

Should Gauff pull off a win against Swiatek and meet the winner of the Andreeva vs Paolini match in Saturday’s (June 8) French Open final, there will be a new champ and the World No.1 will have to wait another year to make it to the club of stars who have won at Roland Garros 4 times or more .

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