Live. Roland-Garros: While Nadal is awaiting, many Blues are hoping for the final

13h15 : Debru bien party </p> Gabriel Debru (16 years old) won the first set against Dino Prizmic (6-1), in the semi-finals of the junior tournament.

Live. Roland-Garros: While Nadal is awaiting, many Blues are hoping for the final

13h15 : Debru bien party

Gabriel Debru (16 years old) won the first set against Dino Prizmic (6-1), in the semi-finals of the junior tournament. The No. 10 seed is not done yet. The No. 10 seed is not done yet, and leads 3-0 in set 2.

Stephane Houdet, Nicolas Peifer, double Olympic wheelchair tennis champions, are out of the game. Fernandez-Kunieda, an Argentinian-Japanese doublet, swept the French pair away on Central (7-6, 6).

All French hopes in this category now rest on the shoulders Emmanuel Morch who plays at the ladies' doubles table alongside a Chilean player Macarena Cabrillana.

12:45 p.m . Gauff will host a second final at 12:45 p.m.

The American Coco Gauff, who has already qualified for the finals of the women’s singles tournament will now play in doubles. The 18-year old player was paired with Jessica Pegula. Taylor Townsend and Madison Keys were also eliminated in the semi-finals.

The case was resolved in two sets (6-4 and 7-6), with 1h35 of play at the Suzanne-Lenglen Court. In a matter of minutes, Kristina Malovic and Caroline Garcia from France will be arriving at this court.

12:35 p.m . These French people dream of a final

The French and French are still at Roland-Garros, even though they may have disappeared from the senior singles men's and ladies' tables. Gabriel Debru, Grenoble's junior, is currently on court No. 14 to ensure his place against the Croatian Prizmic.

Caroline Garcia and Kristina Malinovic, women's doubles players, are trying to do the same against the Ukrainian-Latvian pair Kichenok-Ostapenko.

The pairing Stephane Houdet/Nicolas Peifer is another Blues currently in play. They are seeded No. The semi-final of the wheelchair tennis tournament is in serious difficulty for 2 players. His opponent is ahead by 4-1.

12:00 p.m.: Hello and Welcome to the 13th Day of the Tournament

Act 2: Semi-Finals! After Thursday's ladies and Saturday's qualification of Coco Gauff and Iga Swiatek, it's now time for Friday's men's final four.

Two days after his epic match against Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal will return to the Philippe Chatrier court during the day and will open the ball against Alexander Zverev, a German, from 2:45 p.m.

The other half of the group will then oppose the Croatian Marin Cilic and the Norwegian Casper Ruud.

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