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French Open 2024: Women’s singles quarter-finals on June 5; live streaming

Coco Gauff and Iga Swiatek are already in the semis. Who will follow them for a shot at glory in the French Open 2024?

French Open 2024: Women’s singles quarter-finals on June 5; live streaming
The second set of quarter-finalists who will take centre court on June 5

Last Updated: 11.14 PM, Jun 05, 2024


On June 4, two very contrasting quarter-final matches played out in the women’s singles category of the French Open in Roland Garros. Playing Ons Jabeur, Coco Gauff was put through her paces in a 3-set match, while Iga Swiatek took only a tad over an hour to send Marketa Vondrousova home. Gauff and Swiatek will meet in the semis on June 6.

Up next; Head-to-head record

The second set of quarter-finals today starts at 5.45 pm today, when Jasmine Paolini plays Elena Rybakina and then at 7 pm (expected time), Aryna Sabalenka will Mira Andreeva. Rybakina has a 2:1 head-to-head track record with Paolini, with the latter’s only win against the former coming from a walkover. Sabalenka, on the other hand, has won both her previous encounters with Andreeva, with the most recent being in the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open 2024.

Jasmine Paolini Elena Rybakina Jasmine Paolini (w); 6-2 4-6 6-4
Aryna Sabalenka Mirra Andreeva Mirra Andreeva (w); 6-7 

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Jasmine Paolini beat Daria Saville, Hailey Baptiste, Bianca Andreescu and Elina Avanesyan to make it to the quarter-finals at Roland Garros, while Elena Rybakina got the better of Greet Minnen, Arantxa Rus, Elise Mertens and Elina Svitolina.

Sabalenka’s route to the quarter-finals stage includes wins over Erika Andreeva, Moyuka Uchijima, Paula Badosa and Emma Navarro. Andreeva beat Emina Bektas, Victoria Azarenka, Peyton Stearns and Varvara Gracheva.

Men’s singles category

Two well-fought quarter-finals and one walkover later, there’s only one more semi-final spot to be filled. Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner play each other in the semis, while Casper Ruud awaits the winner of the Alexander Zverev vs Alex de Minaur contest.

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