If you like tennis, you love Roland Garros. The Paris Grand Slam is the only clay court tournament on the ATP circuit and for many, it’s the best tournament of the year. I agree, there’s nothing quite like Roland Garros.
While the tournament started last Monday with the qualifying week for wildcard players or those ranked far down the ATP rankings (the classic world No. 180 hoping to try their luck), today, Tuesday, June 6, the clay court quarterfinals begin.
What time does Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic play in the quarterfinals?
Rafa Nadal’s announcement of his retirement from tennis for at least six months to focus on his recovery has made the tournament more open than ever before.
No one has ever won as many Roland Garros titles as Rafa Nadal. In fact, no tennis player in history has won the same Grand Slam as many times as Nadal has won Roland Garros. Neither Novak Djokovic with the Australian Open (10) nor Roger Federer at Wimbledon (8).
Today, both Carlos Alcaraz, the tournament favorite, and Novak Djokovic, the other top contender, have to continue their journey to the final. They both have important matches in the quarterfinals:
- Tuesday, June 6, at 20:15 – Quarterfinal: Carlos Alcaraz vs Tsitsipas
- Tuesday, June 6, at 14:10 – Quarterfinal: Novak Djokovic vs Khachanov
If all goes well, Carlos Alcaraz will be playing every two days until Sunday, June 11, the day of the Roland Garros final. Will we have a Spanish winner? If not him, we can certainly bet on Novak Djokovic.
To watch Carlos and Novak, you will need DAZN or Movistar Plus, as Eurosport holds the broadcasting rights for tennis in Spain. If you’re unable to access these channels, you can try using VPNs, which can provide access to international channels.
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