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DIRECT. Roland-Garros 2024: Paolini takes out Rybakina, Sabalenka awaits Andreeva, scores and results

“LIVE. Roland-Garros 2024: Paolini takes out Rybakina, Sabalenka awaits Andreeva, scores and results”

Continuation and end of the quarter-finals of Roland-Garros this June 5 with a program which has been upset.

The essentials

  • The quarter-finals of Roland-Garros end this Wednesday, June 5 with two posters in the women's draw. Jasmine Paolini qualified for the semi-final of a Grand Slam for the first time by eliminating Elena Rybakina in three sets 6-2 4-6 6-4. She will face Mirra Andreeva or Aryna Sabalenka in the semi-final who also face each other this Wednesday. The night session will once again be a men's match with de Minaur facing Zverev. Casper Ruud is on his side; already qualified after Djokovic's package. 
  • Yesterday, Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz sped away. in the semi-final. In the women's draw, Coco Gauff and Swiatek have made an appointment for a tempting duel. 
  • Follow the progress of scores and results live. 


16:33 – Rybakina will have made too many mistakes

With 48 unforced errors, Elena Rybakina could not compete with Jasmine Paolini, who made a full match. If the Kazhakstanese thought she could come back after winning the second set on the wire, she will have missed out on winning the second set. too much consistency in the match to be able to hope to reach the semi-finals.

Jasmine Paolini eliminates number one in three sets world four Elena Rybakina at the end of the third set. The Italian made an almost perfect match to qualify for the first time in the grand slam semi-final.

16:26 – 40-30 (5-4 Paolini)

Rybakina fouls on her forehand and it's a match point for Jasmine Paolini

16:25 – 30A (5-4 Paolini)

Another two points for Jasmine Paolini.

Jasmine Paolini breaks again! 5-4 for the Italian who will serve for a place in the semi-finals

16:21 – 15-40

Rybakina's forehand ends up back in the net and Paolini gets two break points.

16:18 – Four all

White game by Jasmine Paolini, who passes Elena Rybakina at the net to get back to the height.

16:15 – 4-3 Rybakina

The Kazakhstani serves the game in this set and moves back in front. 4-3 for Rybakina

16:13 – Three all

Paolini returns à three everywhere in this decisive set.

16:05 – 3-2 Rybakina

< p>The Kazhakstanaise finally managed a solid service game and got back in front in this match.

The bombed forehandé by Paolini is too short and Rybakina takes the opportunity to attack the Italian's forehand.

15:59 – Paolini advantage< /h3>

Jasmine Paolini's backhand ends on the line! Both players battle hard in this third set.

15:56 – 30-40 (2-1 Paolini)< /h3>

No service game has been easy since the start of this third set and Paolini has to save another break point.

Jasmine Paolini breaks Elena Rybakina's serve again and takes the lead in this set. The Italian now needs to hold her serve.

15:52 – 30-40

A new break point in this third set and Paolini has the opportunity to take the lead in this match.


The overloaded schedule 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 the same as in previous years, tickets will now be 100% paperless. There will be three phases. The first tickets will be sold to club presidents and then to members of the French Tennis Federation, before the ticket office opens to the general public on Wednesday, March 13 at 10 a.m. It costs at least €39 to access the side courts during the main tournament, and a minimum of €50 to have a seat in the stands of the Philippe Chatrier court. Ticket resales are also planned in the run-up to the tournament and during the fortnight.  

The overall prize money for Roland-Garros 2024 was revealed on April 25, 2024. In 2024, the overall prize money is up 7.8% compared to last year, and amounts to 53.478 million euros according to the press release of Roland-Garros. 

Broadcasters of Roland Garros in 2024,  France TV and Amazon Prime (subscribe to Amazon Prime Video) have renewed their contract until 2027. France Télévisions will broadcast the entire of the day's matches whileAmazon Prime will broadcast the 11 night sessions from the first Sunday to the last Wednesday of the tournament. Unlike last year, Amazon Prime will no longer have exclusivity for the matches on the Simonne Matthieu.  The two media have reached an agreement. They will co-broadcast the semi-finals of the women's and men's singles, the women's and men'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