Rafael Nadal and Carlos Alcaraz back in action on Roland Garros this Friday, with the goal of one and another to access the round of 16. They coincided with the day, not the session. On the day for the manacorí, the Murcian will debut in the evening, which will have a few extra hours of rest after his marathon comeback in Albert Ramos in the second round on Wednesday. He even had to come back from a ‘match’ ball in the fourth set.
Nadal was more direct in his victory against the French Corentin Moutet, on Parisian night. After two possible sessions in central, it is now her turn to make a punctual visit, as happens every year, to the second stadium, the Suzanne Lenglen Festival, which is more confined and has slower playing conditions compared to central. .
Nadal will face Dutchman Botic Van de Zandschulp for the first time in the third inning, around 3 p.m. Two female singles first played.
At 9 pm, it was time for Carlos Alcaraz in Chatrier, who had already met the massive power plant at its premiere on Sunday. He will take revenge against the Americans sebastian korda, his executioner in Monte Carlo, his first game on earth. Since then, a streak of twelve consecutive successes, containing the titles of Godo and Madrid.
The contest can be watched on television at Eurosport 1 and 2. World of sports announce the minutes of the tournament and narrate live the meetings of Nadal and Alcaraz.
FRIDAY JUNE 27
follow PHILIPPE CHATRIER
Belinda Bencic (SUI/14) -Leylah Fernandez (CAN/17)
Novak Djokovic (SRB/1) -Aljaz Bedene (SLO)
Sloane Stephens (USA) -Diane Parry (FRA)
(not before 8:45 pm)
Sebastian Korda (USA/27)Carlos Alcaraz (ESP/6)
follow SUZANNE LENGLEN
Amanda Anisimova (USA/27) -Karolina Muchova (CHE)
Coco Gauff (USA/18) -Kaia Kanepi (EST)
Botic Van de Zandschulp (NED/26)-Rafael Nadal (ESP/5)
Alexander Zverev (ALE/3) -Brandon Nakashima (USA)
Source: La Verdad
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