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Roland-Garros 2024: Alcaraz - Zverev in the final, Swiatek - Paolini expected, scores and results

Place, on this Saturday, June 8, à the ladies final à Roland Garros.

The essentials

  • On this Saturday, June 8 à Roland-Garros, Iga Swiatek, winner of the last two editions, faces in the final the Jasmine Paolini surprise (3:00 p.m.). 
  • The final of the men's table will oppose this Sunday Carlos Alcaraz, winner in five sets of Jannik Sinner, à Alexander Zverev, who knocked down Casper Ruud in four sets. 
  • Follow the progress of scores and results live. 


23:30 – Can Paolini surprise Swiatek ?

This Saturday, June 8, the final of the women's draw will deliver its verdict at Roland-Garros. Victorious in the last two editions, Iga Swiatek will try to make it three against Jasmine Paolini. For the moment, the Polish player is undefeated against the Transalpine with two easy victories. The Italian is facing a mountain, but she is full of confidence since in addition to this singles final, she reached the women's doubles final with her compatriot Errani.

23:00 – Already nine confrontations between Alcaraz and Zverev!

Since 2021, the date of their first match, Zverev has a slight advantage with five wins, compared to four for Alcaraz. In the Grand Slam, the German also dominates with two successes (Roland-Garros 2022 and Australian Open 2024) against one for the Iberian (US Open 2023). The last clash on clay, à Madrid in 2023, had turnedé short with an easy victory for the native of El Palmar (6-1, 6-2). 

22:30 – Four years later, Alexander Zverev is back in the final of a Grand Slam

At the US Open, the German lost to Thiem in five sets: “I was leading two sets to zero, I was two points away from winning the match.” But I wasn't ready to win my first Grand Slam! I was a kid, I didn't understand this unique meaning. I'm not a kid anymore. I'm getting older: if not now, when (laughs) ? This is my eleventh year on the tour, I still love the game. I love these courts. And… I have the opportunity to win my first Grand Slam on Sunday!" 

22:16 – Alexander Zverev: "I'm happy to reach the final after four semi-finals at Roland-Garros"

After beating Ruud, the German confided in : “I can't describe what I feel. I am happy. There are so many good and bad memories on this court. I am happy to reach the final after four semi-finals. Roland Garros. In the first set, Ruud stopped me from playing my game. beat quickly last year, and çit looked a bit like ’ This meeting. I had to be more aggressive. I was able to do it today. I'm happy to be here. À At the end of the second set, I felt that Casper was diminished. and in difficulty especially with his travels. I want à congratulate him for playing until the end. He’s a great champion, and a beautiful person. He will be back soon."

Face &agrav; a diminished Casper Ruud by stomach aches, the German realizedé a solid match relying in particular on the quality of the game. of his service. He won in four sets and in 2h35. 

22:07 – Two match points!

He is in his classic pattern, with a winning backhand along the line. 

22:06 – Zverev is à two points of the match

One more ace in the German's pocket (30-15). 

22:05 – Zverev recovers

The German has overflowedé his opponent by relying on an almost winning service (15-15). 

22:04 – Zverev serves for the winning of the match

Ruud pockets the first point thanks to à a huge forehand (00-15). 

The German places another winning shot thanks to & agrave; a backhand along the line. 

22:02 – Zverev gets a double break point

Ruud's forehand was too long (30-40). Ça looks à a match point! 

22:01 – Zverev lets out a cry of rage!

On an outside serve from Ruud, the German bypassed the post to plant his opponent (30-30). The latter, sporty, applauds. 

The German has finishedé his engagement with an ace. 

21:56 – Ruud tries everything for everything

The Norwegian rushes to the net, but Zverev is efficient in passing (40-15). 

Zverev has achieved& oacute; a backhand foul. On his chair, the German takes the opportunity to inject himself with insulin. As a reminder, he is diabetic. 


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