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Posted: Jun Fri 01, 2018 1:37 pm       OOP....Sat...Paris....June 2, 2018
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Court Philippe-Chatrier

Play starts at 11am

Garbiñe MUGURUZA (ESP) [3] vs Samantha STOSUR (AUS)

Maria SHARAPOVA (RUS) [28] vs Karolina PLISKOVA (CZE) [6]

Rafael NADAL (ESP) [1] vs Richard GASQUET (FRA) [27]

Albert RAMOS-VINOLAS (ESP) [31] vs Juan Martin DEL POTRO (ARG) [5]

Court Suzanne-Lenglen

Play starts at 11am

Fabio FOGNINI (ITA) [18] vs Kyle EDMUND (GBR) [16]

Irina-Camelia BEGU (ROU) vs Caroline GARCIA (FRA) [7]

Julia GOERGES (GER) [11] vs Serena WILLIAMS (USA)

John ISNER (USA) [9] vs Pierre-Hugues HERBERT (FRA)

Court 1

Play starts at 11am

Mischa ZVEREV (GER) vs Kevin ANDERSON (RSA) [6]

Marin CILIC (CRO) [3] vs Steve JOHNSON (USA)

Angelique KERBER (GER) [12] vs Kiki BERTENS (NED) [18]

Timea BABOS (HUN) & Kristina MLADENOVIC (FRA) [1]
vs Nao HIBINO (JPN) & Oksana KALASHNIKOVA (GEO)

Court 18

Play starts at 11am

Magdalena RYBARIKOVA (SVK) [19] vs Lesia TSURENKO (UKR)

Diego SCHWARTZMAN (ARG) [11] vs Borna CORIC (CRO)

Simona HALEP (ROU) [1] vs Andrea PETKOVIC (GER)

Court 3

Play starts at 11am

Raven KLAASEN (RSA) & Michael VENUS (NZL) [10]
vs Nikola MEKTIC (CRO) & Alexander PEYA (AUT) [8]

Kaitlyn CHRISTIAN (USA) & Carina WITTHOEFT (GER)
vs Gabriela DABROWSKI (CAN) & Yifan XU (CHN) [5]

Anna-Lena GROENEFELD (GER) & Robert FARAH (COL) [8]
vs Alla KUDRYAVTSEVA (RUS) & Nikola MEKTIC (CRO)

Court 7

Play starts at 11am

Raquel ATAWO (USA) & Anna-Lena GROENEFELD (GER) [11]
vs Eri HOZUMI (JPN) & Makoto NINOMIYA (JPN)

Maximilian MARTERER (GER) vs Jurgen ZOPP (EST)

Daria GAVRILOVA (AUS) [24] vs Elise MERTENS (BEL) [16]

L.KUBOT (POL ) & M.MELO (BRA) [1] or R.CARBALLES BAENA (ESP) & G.GARCIA-LOPEZ (ESP)
vs Rohan BOPANNA (IND) & Edouard ROGER-VASSELIN (FRA) [13]

Court 9

Play starts at 11am

Jennifer BRADY (USA) & Vania KING (USA)
vs Kateryna BONDARENKO (UKR) & Aleksandra KRUNIC (SRB)

Daniele BRACCIALI (ITA) & Andreas SEPPI (ITA)
vs Henri KONTINEN (FIN) & John PEERS (AUS) [3]

Anastasia PAVLYUCHENKOVA (RUS) & Samantha STOSUR (AUS)
vs Andrea SESTINI HLAVACKOVA (CZE) & Barbora STRYCOVA (CZE) [2]

Irina-Camelia BEGU (ROU) & Qiang WANG (CHN)
vs Andreja KLEPAC (SLO) & María José MARTINEZ SANCHEZ (ESP) [3]

Court 14

Play starts at 11am

Leonardo MAYER (ARG) & Joao SOUSA (POR)
vs Feliciano LOPEZ (ESP) & Marc LOPEZ (ESP) [12]

Latisha CHAN (TPE) & Bethanie MATTEK-SANDS (USA) [4]
vs Irina BARA (ROU) & Mihaela BUZARNESCU (ROU)

Barbora KREJCIKOVA (CZE) & Katerina SINIAKOVA (CZE) [6]
vs Tatjana MARIA (GER) & Heather WATSON (GBR)

Abigail SPEARS (USA) & Juan Sebastian CABAL (COL)
vs M.BUZARNESCU (ROU ) & H.KONTINEN (FIN) or Y.XU (CHN ) & O.MARACH (AUT) [3]

Comment:

Tomorrow's schedule doesn't have the 2 men's matches, nor the 2 women's matches from Friday that were cancelled due to rain and darkness. Thus, this schedule is not the final schedule for tomorrow and you'll have to find out between now and tomorrow what time Petra K's match with Anette, Sloane's match with Giorgi begin and the men's matches (Goffin's match with Monfils and Pouille's match Khachanov) are completed.....




     
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Posted: Jun Fri 01, 2018 2:40 pm       
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This French Open is a mess.
Do they intend to play the cancelled matches under the moonlights tonight?
And they relegate clean player Simona Halep, #1 and last year's finalist to court 18?
     


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Posted: Jun Fri 01, 2018 2:55 pm       
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Say what? The No. 1 player on ct 18? They'd never put the men's No.1 out there.
     
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Posted: Jun Fri 01, 2018 3:23 pm       
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Because the men's #1 players has multiple slams.
I don't mind not being on Chartier.. But Court 18 seems "So disrespectful", to quote Sloane.
French Open will not put #1 Serena on Court #18.
     


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Posted: Jun Fri 01, 2018 6:20 pm       Re:OOP....Sat...Paris....June 2, 2018
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Players should not feel too put out to play on outer courts -
after all -
it is very nice for those spectators to see higher ranked players.

Are spectators delegated to certain courts by way of ticket purchase - or first come first served.

     
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Posted: Jun Sat 02, 2018 7:49 am       Re:OOP....Sat...Paris....June 2, 2018
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Petra K. loses in 2 set breakers. Made 60 errors and dfed 10 times in 2 sets, but the theme of the posts on the TF for this match was that it was "high quality". One must be kidding....... Didn't see this match 'til the 2nd set breaker, but match stats indicate that Petra was terrible. Hardly a high quality effort just because the score was duplicate 7-6.

If the match had gone 3 she would have easily eclipsed the 80 errors she made at IW against Putintseva while winning in 3 sets. The lowering of quality standards for women's tennis continues to nosedive it appears. 

     
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Posted: Jun Sat 02, 2018 8:26 am       
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So Maria bulldozed Pliskova. Serena is guaranteed at least one spectator for her match today.
     
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Posted: Jun Sat 02, 2018 9:18 am       
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Posted: Jun Sat 02, 2018 9:26 am       
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If Ree wins today, she will play Maria for the first time since Maria was busted for taking drugs dor her last match against Ree. Interesting.
     
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Posted: Jun Sat 02, 2018 10:43 am       
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Come on Halep. You are staying too far back.
     
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Posted: Jun Sat 02, 2018 12:51 pm       Re:OOP....Sat...Paris....June 2, 2018
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Mike Tyson in the house watching Serena....


     
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Posted: Jun Sat 02, 2018 4:28 pm       
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I was so distracted during the matches today but wow, isn't Serena amazing?

GrosseFav, I told you Serena is playing GREAT tennis.
The serve, the return, the movement, the ground strokes, the fighting spirit... ALL is in place.
Her draw has been nothing but brutal. Every player she faced was serving very well. No pushers that land the ball in the box to start the points: 15 aces from Pliskova; 11 from Julia and 3 from Barty.
Serena withstood that barrage of monster serves with a top class return game.

As I told you, the only really danger is Muguruza. If Serena can find a solution to that girl's game in this read dirt, Serena will win. She's got to find a way to get Muguruza out of the way. That girl is the only player standing between Serena and the trophy here in my opinion.
     
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Posted: Jun Sat 02, 2018 9:59 pm       
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“I think nothing was working for me and on the other side I think she was playing very well, hitting all the balls pretty deep. I didn’t have any chances – I had some chances but there weren’t many of them,” Pliskova said after the match.

“I think it was one of the worse matches this year from me…

“I don’t think I played well here throughout this tournament, not even any practice, not even any warm-up, not even any match. And this is the result.”

Pliskova expects to head back home to Monaco before shifting her focus to the grass season and joked, “I don’t want to see any courts, not even grass courts” for a while.
     
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