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DIRECT. Roland-Garros 2024: Alcaraz faces Sinner in a dream clash, scores and results

Time for the men's semi-finals this Friday, June 7 & Roland-Garros with two big shocks.

The essentials

  • Alcaraz faces Sinner in a titans semi-final this Friday, June 7 à Roland-Garros before the second semi-final between Ruud and Zverev.
  • The final of the women's draw will once again see the Polish Iga Swiatek, who got rid of Coco Gauff & Jasmine Paolini who qualified for her first final by dominating Mirra Andreeva.
  • Follow the progress of scores and results live. 


14:38 – The warm-up ends

The warm-up is about to end and this semi-final is about to begin.

14:32 – Carlos Alcaraz will serve first

The draw has taken place, and Carlos Alcaraz will serve first in this match.

14:29 – Alcaraz and Sinner in the tunnel

Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner are in the tunnel and do not should not take long à enter the court.

14:20 – Only a few minutes left before the shock

In less than ten minutes, Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner will face off for a place in the final of this 2024 edition of Roland-Garros. It will be a first in the final at Porte d'Auteuil for whoever wins this match.

14:15 – Four everywhere in the confrontations between Sinner and Alcaraz

Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner have already defeated each other. faced eight times on the ATP circuit, for a record of equality. The last meeting between the two men dates back to 2000. Indian Wells in March, and saw the Spaniard win in three sets 1-6 6-3 6-2.

14:10 – Alcaraz impressive in quarter-finals

Carlos Alcaraz showed face &agrav; Stefanos Tsitsipas that he was one of the big favorites to win Roland-Garros this year. He soundly beat the Greek in three sets, and showed solidity in his fight. quite impressive.

2:00 p.m. – A new winner on Sunday

No matter who wins the Roland-Garros final this Sunday, it will be a first for the player. Indeed, Casper Ruud, double finalist, did not raise the score. the Musketeer Cup, just like Alexander Zverev. Both players could also win their first grand slam. If Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner have on their side; already won one of the four major tournaments, they did not win either. the Parisian tournament.

13:45 – Two players freed from their physical problems< /h3>

For a while, we feared that we wouldn't even see Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz tread the Parisian clay. The Italian was bothered by his hip and especially wasn't reassuring in his communication. The Spaniard was also quite worrying with his right forearm. But both seem to be in great shape for this semi-final clash.

13:15 – Alcaraz's fire against Italian consistency

This semi-final between Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner heralds the start of a classic between two players who embody the future of world tennis. It's also a stylistic clash between an Alcaraz who overflows with ingenuityéniosityé , sometimes at the risk of compromising his game, and an imperial Jannik Sinner in the quality of the game. of his choices on the court and in the solidity; of his strikes, dictated by his backhand & devastating two hands.

12:45 – Paolini, first finale

At 28, Jasmine Paolini will discover the final of a grand slam tournament. The Italian has indeed éeliminatedé the young Mirra Andreeva in the semi-final and will meet Iga Swiatek to try to win the Suzanne Lenlen Cup on Saturday.

12:15 – Zverev faces à Ruud

Alexander Zverev has surely never played so well. &agrav; Roland-Garros only during this edition. But this Friday in the second rotation, he will face a challenge. Casper. If we don't talk much about the Norwegian, Ruud is a double finalist in title, and hopes to return there this year.

11:45 – Swiatek, fourth final in five years

By eliminating Coco Gauff in two sets 6-2 6- 4 yesterday, Iga Swiatek qualified in the Roland-Garros final for the fourth time in five years. This is also the third consecutive final for the Pole.

11:12 – Sinner, future world number one

With the withdrawal of Novak Djokovic before his quarter-final against Casper Ruud, Jannik Sinner is assured; to be &agrav; the place of world number one on Monday at the outcome of Roland-Garros.

11:05 – The clash of the titans

The first poster for this Friday pits the two world tennis stars Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz against each other for a duel at the top on the Philippe Chatrier court.

Hello à all and &agrav; everyone and welcome to these men's semi-finals of Roland-Garros

The overloaded calendar does not change the dates of Roland-Garros which takes place from May 20, 2024 with the start of qualifying to Sunday June 9, 2024, the day of the men's final.

If the ticketing system remains as in previous years, tickets will now be 100% digital. . There will be three phases. The first tickets will be sold to club presidents then to licensees of the French Federationç tennis court, before the opening of the ticket office to the general public on Wednesday March 13 & 10am. You need to pay at least 39 € for access to the side courts during the main tournament, and 50 € minimum to have a place in the stands of the Philippe Chatrier court. Resales of places are also planned at the end of the year. as the tournament approaches and during the fortnight.  

The overall allocation for Roland-Garros 2024 has been increased. unveiled on April 25, 2024. In 2024, the overall allocation is up 7.8% compared to the previous year. last year, and rose to a new level. 53.478 million euros according to the press release of Roland-Garros. 

Broadcasters of Roland Garros in 2024,  France TV and Amazon Prime (s'subscribe & ;agrav; Amazon Prime Video) have renewed their contract until 2027. France Tétévisions will broadcast in full daytime matches whileAmazon Prime will broadcast the 11 night sessions from the first Sunday to the last Wednesday of the tournament. Unlike &agrav; Last year, Amazon Prime will no longer have exclusive rights to Amazon Prime matches on Simonne Matthieu.  The two media outlets managed to reach an agreement. They will co-broadcast the semi-finals of the ladies' and gentlemen's singles draws, the ladies' and gentlemen's doubles and the mixed doubles final.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116