French Open Day 4: order of play, schedule, how to watch - Emma Raducanu, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal in action
The second Grand Slam of the 2022 season is taking place, live in Paris, and all eyes are on Roland-Garros to see which stars of the tennis world are going to shine the brightest in their matches at the French Open. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic is in second-round action as he looks to defend his title, whilst British favourite Emma Raducanu looks to progress in the women's draw.
Emma Raducanu of Great Britain celebrates after breaking a serve in the first game against Linda Noskova of Czech Republic during the Women's Singles First Round match
Day four at the 2022 French Open will see Emma Raducanu, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal all in action.
Raducanu open on Court Suzanne Lenglen on Wednesday morning while Court Philippe Chatrier will conclude with 13-time champion Nadal, the fifth seed in the men's singles, as he faces home favourite Corentin Moutet.
Meanwhile, defending champion Novak Djokovic must overcome Alex Molcan on Suzanne Lenglen earlier in the day if he is to make headway in his title defence.
In the women's draw, Angelique Kerber opens proceedings on Chatrier against Elsa Jacquemot, and the German will be looking to put the scare that Magdalene Frech gave her in the first round behind her after she was taken the distance by the stubborn Pole.
American youngster Coco Gauff posted pictures of her high school graduation in front of the Eiffel Tower earlier this week, and she faces Alison Van Uytvanck on Simonne Mathieu.
Diane Parry closes play on that court, looking to take confidence after her magnificent win over defending champion Barbora Krejcikova in the opening round.
TOP MATCH - RAMOS-VINOLAS V ALCARAZ
It's the battle of the Spaniards on a great day for Simonne Mathieu ticket holders, as sixth seed and neutral favourite Carlos Alcaraz seeks to follow up his glory in Madrid with another commanding victory at Roland-Garros.
The youngster faces no fool, though: Albert Ramos-Vinolas is experienced, and clay is his best surface. He performed reasonably in all the preparatory tournaments he participated in, making the semi-finals in Estoril and beating Cameron Norrie in Monte Carlo, but he has since lost to Marin Cilic and Tommy Paul in Madrid and Rome respectively.
He's no push-over, but when comparing form, Alcaraz is the hot favourite here.
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POTENTIAL UPSET - AUGER-ALIASSIME V UGO CARABELLI
Felix Auger-Aliassime looked nervy in his first-round match as he was taken the distance by Juan Pablo Varillas.
He was fortunate that the Peruvian capitulated when he did, with Auger-Aliassime coming back to record a 2-6 2-6 6-1 6-3 6-3 victory, although the first two sets indicate that he was far from comfortable throughout.
The Argentine Camilo Ugo Carabelli is high on confidence after an impressive performance against Aslan Karatsev, defeating the big-hitting Russian in five with a final set tiebreak win.
With Carabelli on his favoured surface and Auger- Aliassime most definitely not, this is a real banana skin for the Canadian.