Roland-Garros - Program: Carlos Alcaraz on track from Sunday, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will play on Monday

Roland-Garros – Program: Carlos Alcaraz on track from Sunday, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will play on Monday

It will still take a little bit of patience to find out the exact program for Sunday’s opening day, but if you have tickets, you are already set on the matches you will be able to see. The top of the men’s table and the bottom of the women’s table will be the first on the track and the fortnight will then follow this rhythm until the semi-finals. But the first round being spread over three days, not everyone will be on the menu on Sunday.

A total of twenty matches are scheduled, twenty for men and as many for women. Among the main headliners of this day, the great attraction of the men’s table, Carlos Alcaraz. The 19-year-old Spaniard could even have the honors of the Philippe-Chatrier court. Alexander Zverev, Félix Auger-Aliassime and Diego Schwartzman will also start their campaign. These four seeds will all face a player from the qualifiers. On the other hand, Novak Djokovic, defending champion, and Rafael Nadal, thirteen times winner of the tournament, who are the two main customers of this top of the table, will not make their entry until Monday.

Several French representatives will also be on the courts on Sunday. Among the men, Quentin Halys, freshly elected in the Top 100, will challenge the American giant John Isner. Grégoire Barrère will face the Japanese Taro Daniel. On the ladies’ side, to follow Kristina Mladenovic, Harmony Tan, Clara Burel (against Maria Sakkari) or Carole Monnet. Meetings will start at 11 a.m. Note that there will be no night session this Sunday. The first is set for Monday.

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Matches scheduled for Sunday

Men

Aljaz BEDENE (SLO) vs. Christopher O’CONNELL (AUS)
Pablo CUEVAS (URU) vs. Jenson Brooksby (USA)
Grigor DIMITROV (BUL) vs. Marcos GIRON (USA)
Borna CORIC (CRO) vs. Carlos TABERNER (ESP)
Daniel ALTMAIER (GER) vs. Jaume MUNAR (ESP)
Qualified vs. Diego SCHWARTZMAN (ARG)
Felix AUGER-ALIASSIME (CAN) vs. Qualified
Qualified vs. Aslan KARATSEV (—)
Botic VAN DE ZANDSCHULP (NED) vs. Qualified
Fabio FOGNINI (ITA) vs. Alexei POPYRIN (AUS)
Alexander ZVEREV (GER) vs. Qualified
Tallon GRIEKSPOOR (NED) vs. Alejandro DAVIDOVICH FOKINA (ESP)
John ISNER (USA) vs. Quentin HALYS (FRA)
Taro DANIEL (JPN) vs. Gregoire BARRERE (FRA)
Michael MMOH (USA) vs. Qualified
Qualified vs. Denis KUDLA (USA)
Hugo DELLIEN (BOL) vs. Dominic THIEM (AUT)
Qualified vs. Karen KHACHANOV (—)
Albert RAMOS-VINOLAS (ESP) vs. Thanasi KOKKINAKIS (AUS)
Qualified vs. Carlos ALCARAZ (ESP)

Women

Ons JABEUR (TUN) – Magda LINETTE (POL)
Aliaksandra SASNOVICH – Xinyu WANG (CHN)
Belinda BENCIC (SUI) – Qualified
Katerina SINIAKOVA (CZE) – Petra MARTIC (CRO)
Kristina MLADENOVIC (FRA) – Leylah FERNANDEZ (CAN)
Qualified – Qualified
Carole MONNET (FRA) – Karolina MUCHOVA (CZE)
Clara BUREL (FRA) – Maria SAKKARI (GRE)
Astra SHARMA (AUS) – Varvara GRACHEVA (—)
Lauren DAVIS (USA) – Marie BOUZKOVA (CZE)
Elena-Gabriela RUSE (ROU) – Elise MERTENS (BEL)
Coco GAUFF (USA) – Qualified
Alison VAN UYTVANCK (BEL) – Ann LI (USA)
Beatriz HADDAD MAIA (BRA) – Qualified

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