French Open : Djokovic vs Busta, Rublev vs Tsitsipas will fight for place in the semi-finals, watch it Live

Day 11 of the French Open will showcase quarterfinal battles between Novak Djokovic vs Pablo Carreno Busta & Andrey Rublev vs Stefano Tsitsipas.

Other than this two women quarterfinals featuring Petra Kvitova & Siegemund of Germany & all American quarterfinal between Sofia Kenin vs Danielle Collins.

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World No.1 has been a relentless force ever since he took the court this January at the ATP Cup and Australian Open, where he ran the table and won his 17th major title.

The Serb will continue his quest for a second Roland-Garros title on Wednesday when he meets Spain’s Pable Carreno Busta for the second time in four weeks.

Djokovic was down a break in the first set of his fourth-round encounter with Carreno Busta at the US Open last month when he got defaulted for accidentally hitting a line judge with the ball.

That was the Serb’s sole defeat of the season as he carries a 35-1 record entering Wednesday’s quarter-final. He has dropped a mere 25 games through four rounds in Paris.
Djokovic first reached the semi-finals in Paris in 2007, and he’ll bid to achieve the feat for the 10th time against the Spaniard on Wednesday.

“Carreno Busta is someone that is obviously very solid,” he said. “I think he actually improved his game in the last 12, 15 months on all the surfaces. Playing semi-finals at US Open proves it. I know he has done it before. He’s climbing the rankings again.”

The 29-year-old Carreno Busta is a two-time US Open semi-finalist and is into the Roland-Garros quarter-finals for the second time in his career, having also achieved that feat in 2017.

French Open Live : Rublev vs Tsitsipas Live Streaming @ 6PM IST

The pair have come full circle, with each pushing further into the Roland-Garros draw than ever before.

Rublev, a former junior champion in Paris that had never won a main draw match on Parisian clay prior to 2020, looks back on his hectic week one with a chuckle. “Yeah, it’s funny,” he says. “Both of us had a tough, tough week in Hamburg.. Then both of us were down in the first round, two sets to love. Both of us came back. Now we are here and we’re going to play each other in quarters. I hope we’re going to show a good level, good match, and I hope people will enjoy.”

Rublev has a 2-0 lifetime record at tour-level against Tsitsipas, and the Russian is enjoying his best season to date. He’ll enter the match with a 29-6 overall record and three titles to his name in 2020. Even better, he’s unlocked his clay game in recent weeks and has reeled off nine consecutive wins on the surface.

Tsitsipas is in stirring form as well. The Greek, who became the first player from his country to reach the quarter-finals at Roland-Garros, has won 12 consecutive sets and was particularly effective in his straight sets victory over Grigo Dimitrov on Monday.

“We grew up playing together,” Tsitsipas said of Rublev. “He has improved a lot. We’ve played each other many times. I think he has a positive record against me. Going inside that match in two days, it is very important for me to take this opportunity and fight harder this time, maybe do something better.”


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