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French Open 2024: Women’s singles round 4 matches on June 2; live streaming

See who's playing who, their head-to-head statistics and match predictions for the four Round of 16 matches on June 2

French Open 2024: Women’s singles round 4 matches on June 2; live streaming
Iga Swiatek, Coco Gauff and Marketa Vondrousova among those playing in the Round of 16 on June 2

Last Updated: 09.31 AM, Jun 02, 2024


It’s the round of 16 at the French Open and the first set of 4 matches will be held on June 2 across the two roof-covered courts, Court Philippe-Chatrier and Court Suzanne Lenglen. World No.1 and defending champion Iga Swiatek will play Anastasia Popatova (ranked 43) in the fourth round of the clay court at the Philippe Chatrier at 2.30 pm (IST). A fourth round at the French Open 2024 is a career best for Popatova at any Grand Slam. This is Swiatek and Popatova’s head-to-head encounter, with the former expected to make her way to the quarter-finals.

At the same time on Court Suzanne Lenglen, it will be Olga Danilovic vs Marketa Vondrousova. Danilovic and Vondrousa have played each other once before, which, the latter won. The odds are stacked heavily in favour of Vondrousova, the 2019 French Open runner-up and defending Wimbledon champ.

Iga Swiatek vs Anastasia Popatova Philippe-Chatrier 2.30 pm SonyLIV
Olga Danilovic vs Marketa Vondrousova Suzanne Lenglen 2.30 pm SonyLIV
Coco Gauff vs Elisabetta Cocciaretto Philippe-Chatrier 3.45 pm* (Expected time) SonyLIV
Clara Tauson vs Ons Jabeur Suzanne Lenglen 3.45 pm* (Expected time) SonyLIV

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Later in the day, back at the Phillipe Chatrier, Coco Gauff will play Elisabetta Cocciaretto, with a 2-0 head-to-head advantage. Cocciaretto’s Round 4 outing today is her career best at a Grand Slam event so far. Gauff, the 2022 runner-up is expected to advance to the quarter-final.

The fourth match of the day will be at Court Suzanne Lenglen with Clara Tauson taking on Ons Jabeur. The duo has not played each other earlier, but Jabeur is the clear favourite, given her Grand Slam track record. She was quarter-finalist last year at Roland Garros and runner-up at Wimbledon.

The other four Round of 16 matches will be held on June 3, with the schedule to be announced shortly. This will include Elina Svitolina vs Elena Rybakina, Elina Avanesyan vs Jasmine Paolini, Emma Navarro vs Aryna Sabalenka and Varvara Gracheva vs Mirra Andreeva.

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