French Open live in the ticker: Medvedev, Tsitsipas, Sinner and Swiatek are aiming for the quarterfinals

French Open live in the ticker: Medvedev, Tsitsipas, Sinner and Swiatek are aiming for the quarterfinals
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Swiatek is the last top ten player still competing in the women’s category. Can Zheng Qinwen from China stop the Pole?

The clashes between Casper Ruud and Hubert Hurkacz as well as Andrey Rublev and Jannik Sinner are eagerly awaited by the men. Ruud was successful in four sets against Hurkacz.

Here you can find out for whom the dream of the French Open title stays alive. We keep you up to date.

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Here is the ninth day of the tournament in Roland-Garros in the live ticker:


The most important games and results:

  • Casper Ruud (NOR/8) – Hubert Hurkacz (POL/12) 6:2, 6:3, 3:6, 6:3
  • Live now: Holger Rune (DEN) – Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE/4) 7:5, 3:6, 6:3
  • approx. 5 p.m.: Iga Swiatek (POL/1) – Zheng Qinwen (CHN)
  • approx. 6:00 p.m.: Andrey Rublev (—/7) – Jannik Sinner (ITA/11)
  • from 9:00 p.m.: Marin Cilic (CRO/20) – Daniil Medvedev (—/2)

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4:34 p.m. – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 6:3, 3:6, 1:1

Both win their first service game in the fourth set without much difficulty. With a forehand winner, Rune converts the cue ball to 1:1.

16:26 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 6:3, 3:6

After a double fault by Rune es 15:30 on the Dane’s serve. He plays risky and scores the point at 30:30 with a strong longline. And with the crossball from the half field he gets his first set ball in this round. And then Tsitsipas’ backhand longline lands in the net. 6:3 for rune.

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4:20 p.m. – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 6:3, 2:5

Tsitsipas is suddenly completely lost. The Greek strings one slight mistake after the next. Rune will be happy. The Dane gets his game to 5:2 without much resistance.

4:15 p.m. – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 6:3, 2:4

After two double mistakes by the Greek, the score is 0:40 when Tsitsipas serves. Three beak chances for Rune. And then Tsitsipas warps the forehand. The favorite has to give up his service to zero. That was a very weak game by Tsitsipas.

16:11 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 6:3, 2:3

The longer the rallies last, the more often they go in favor of Tsitsipas. So it’s all the more important for Rune to convert here as quickly as possible to gain points. He manages to do that a few times in this service game. With a service winner he scores on 3.2.

16:02 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 6:3, 1:1

Rune’s forehand lands right in the corner of the field. Tsitsipas has to go beyond debut. But then the Greek serves strong with a lot of speed to the outside and gets the ball. He finally converts to 1:1.

15:52 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 6:3

Only Tsitsipas plays in this service. Rune can no longer get close to the balls of the Greek. The fourth in the world rankings has three set balls and converts the first one with an ace. 6: 3 for Tsitsipas.

3:48 p.m. – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 5:3

That’s where it happened. Two mistakes in Rune’s slice in a row give Tsitsipas the break. This is annoying from the Dane’s point of view, who had the better chances for long stretches in this set, but was unable to take advantage of them.

3:40 p.m. – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 3:3

After two frame hits in a row, Rune has to go over debut. But Tsitsipas doesn’t make enough of this situation. After a harmless return from the Greek, the Dane has no problems. 3:3.

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3:34 p.m. – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 3:2

Rune is the better player in set two. Tsitsipas’ service games are much tighter. But still: the Greek got them through. In terms of results, from his point of view everything is in balance in this round.

15:27 Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7, 2:1

Tsitsipas longline lands on the side. Three break chances for Rune. The Greek fends off all three with well-played winners. The Greek still gets the game to 2:1.

15:22 Ruud – Hurkacz – 6:2, 6:3, 3:6, 6:3

Stefanos Tsitsipas or Holger Rune’s quarter-final opponents have already been determined. Casper Ruud defeated Hubert Hurkacz in four sets and thus qualified for the round of the top eight.

15:12 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:7

With a great stop, Rune gets the first two set points. At the first, the Dane sets the longline just sideways. Tsitsipas effortlessly fends off the second from the half field after a lucky return. After a great exchange of blows, Rune converts the forehand winner onto the line for set point number three. And he uses it with the smash to make it 7:5. Set win for the underdog!

15:05 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:6

Wonderful stop by Rune. 40:40 when Tsitsipas serves. And then last year’s finalist slips up with the forehand on the net. Breakball for Rune. And then the Greek puts pressure on, but the Dane counters with a fantastic passing ball. 6:5 for the underdog!

15:00 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 5:5

Rune served against losing the set. When trying to smash, the Dane hits the ball very poorly and the ball flies miles wide. 30:30. Rune stays cool despite the blunder and gets the cue ball. And then Tsitsipas breaks off the rally because he saw a Rune hit in the off. But the ball touched the line. 5:5.

14:50 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 4:4

After quick mistakes by Rune, Tsitsipas has two break chances. The Dane fends off the first with a cracking forehand winner. In the second, Tsitsipas’ return starves and gets stuck in the net. Two more quick mistakes by the Greek lead Rune to win the game.

14:42 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 4:3

Rune forces Tsitsipas to make a debut and sniffs the break. But the 19-year-old can’t take his chance, bringing Tsitsipas back into the rally with a volley that wasn’t well placed. The Greek still secures the game win to 4:3.

14:36 ​​- Tsitsipas – Rune – 3:3

After a strong return from Tsitsipas, it’s again 30:30 with Rune’s serve. But then the Dane served very well twice in a row and secured the point to make it 3:3.

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14:31 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 3:2

Tsitsipas double fault. This gives Rune the chance to rebreak. And then Tsitsipas knocks the forehand off the T-line. Everything open again in the first round.

14:27 – Tsitsipas – Rune – 3:1

The forehand Runes ends up just off. 30:30 when the Dane serves. And then he slips out of the half-field and Tsitsipas gets his first breakball. Rune comes straight to the net after serve, but that was too much of a risk. With the cross pass, Tsitsipas scores 3: 1.

2:20 p.m. – Tsitsipas – Rune – 1:1

Rune doesn’t let anything burn at the start either. The Dane convinces with a nice stop and a winner against the running direction of the opponent. With an ace he equalizes to 1:1. Incidentally, the teenager has not yet lost a set in this tournament, despite the high-class opponents.

2:15 p.m. – Tsitsipas – Rune – 1-0

The game started with Tsitsipa’s serve. The Greek got through his service without much difficulty and leads 1-0 in the first set.

INFO – Tsitsipas – rune

In a few minutes, an eagerly awaited premiere will start. Stefanos Tsitsipas meets Holger Rune for the first time. The Dane recently drew attention to himself with strong performances. The Greek still goes into the game as a favorite, but his opponent has already shown here that he is not to be underestimated. Among others, Cameron Norrie and Denis Shapovalov failed because of the youngster.

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