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Despite tense battles with Lorenzo Musetti and Zdenek Kolar, Stefanos Tsitsipas overtook Mikael Ymer in straight sets, setting up the Greek for his fourth consecutive appearance in the fourth round at Roland Garros. Tsitsipas (World No. 4) has had a great year on tour, having shared the most wins (34) and defending his ATP Masters 1000 title in Monte Carlo, and is looking to keep this flying form while he meets the young Dane. Holger Rune.

On the way to the fourth round, the 19-year-old from Copenhagen sent home favorite Hugo Gaston on Court Philippe-Chatrier quite convincingly (6-3, 6-3, 6-3). Rune in his third grand slam, and first in Roland Garros, has yet to drop a set coming into this 4th round contest where he will play Tsitsipas in their first meeting.

Tsitsipas has the experience, knowledge and clay genealogy coming into this attack, and is expected to overtake Rune and reserve his place in the quarterfinals, but Rune proved to be a fighter in inferior scenarios – he stole a start from Novak Djokovic at the US Open & took two Soonwoo Kwon at the Australian Open. Tsitsipas should win this, but Rune can still catch a set.

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Champion here in 2020, Iga Swiatek is currently looking to extend a 31-game winless streak this year as she faces a face against French Open debutant Zheng Qinwen. Ranked 74th in the world, Zheng beat Simona Halep in the second round to get her first win against a top 20 player, before getting an easy route to the 4th round after the retirement of Alize Cornet. Zheng only had 1 win on clay this year ahead of Roland Garros.

Meanwhile world number 1, Iga Swiatek had a tough win against Danka Kovinic (6-3, 7-5) and leading 4-1 in the second when she was pushed to her limits. World No. 1 Swiatek, remains the only top 10 player remaining in the tournament, and this is her competition to lose. It seems like a comfortable outing for Swiatek, don’t be surprised if she disassembles Zheng and wins a set completely unanswered.

Fourth meeting for Andrey Rublev and Jannik Sinner when they meet each other in the fourth round at Roland Garros. Rublev (world number 7) had a fruitful year on tour this year, winning 3 titles (Dubai, Belgrade, Marseille) however, he did not have the easiest race in the French Open this year, needing four sets to get. of each of his hitherto adversaries.

Italy’s Jannik Sinner (world No. 12), meanwhile, has had more difficulties with himself than his opponents this season. but Jannik continued to run for a 3-set victory.

Coming into this, both players look equally alike, both had tough fights to get here into the tournament. Both players have been held to tie-breaks already this tournament, and it could be likely that Rublev (2 tie-breaks) and Sinner (1 tie-break) will go to some again themselves. Both players can go the full route, and if Sinner can keep his fit, it looks like this game could get some draws that go both ways.

Monday’s Tennis Tips:

13:00: Holger Rune v Stefanos Tsitsipas – Tsitsipas will win 3-1
3pm Iga Swiatek v Qinwen Zheng – 6-0 Set in Match – Yes
16:00: Andrey Rublev v Jannik Sinner – Total Link Breaks Over 1.5

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