The latest order of play has been released at the 2020 French Open, and we have all the key information you need for what will be coming up.
The 2020 French Open was postponed from its usual springtime slot, owing to the coronavirus pandemic, which still looms large in Europe. Though unlike the US Open, small crowds will be allowed.
Check in here every day for the latest order of play from Paris.
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Clearly, both semi-finals have the potential to be exceptional matches.
While Rafael Nadal is the overwhelming favourite to reach yet another Roland Garros final, you can never rule out Diego Schwartzman. Just ask Dominic Thiem.
Then all eyes will be on Novak Djokovic to see how the top seed is faring physically, but Stefanos Tsitsipas also deserves a lot of respect based on the way he has been playing.
How will Novak Djokovic be feeling?
The obvious upset alert will be if Stefanos Tsitsipas can capitalise on the fact that the world number one may still be really struggling physically.
According to Eurosport's Mats Wilander, Djokovic's injury struggles are a "big worry" ahead of the semi-final.
Order of play, singles - Friday 9 October
Play starts at 13:50.
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- Rafael Nadal  v Diego Schwartzman 
- Novak Djokovic  v Stefanos Tsitsipas 
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