Roland-Garros sends very heavy this Tuesday.

With splendid posters in the quarter-finals, we could well witness legendary matches this Tuesday, May 31 on Parisian clay.

The legendary poster of the day

No need to draw it for you.


59th duel of their career.

The story that is being written before our eyes.

The race for the Grand Slam record.

And for the first time at Roland-Garros, a match at night (9 p.m.).

All the ingredients are there for a new legendary confrontation.

Even if Djokovic seems to be leaving with a head start.

The world number 1 has not left a set since the start of the tournament while Nadal came out of it at the end of the suspense and in five sets in the previous round against Auger-Aliassime.

But hey, the Spaniard, eliminated last year by the Serb, has revenge to take.

We'll just see if he manages to hold on physically.

Today's favorites

They are everywhere, in almost every corner of the tournament.

Among men, in addition to Nadal-Djokovic, we will also be entitled to a beautiful quarter between Alexander Zverev, world number 3, and Carlos Alcaraz, 6th at ATP.

The 19-year-old Spaniard is the favorite but the German is far from being partridge of the year.

We shouldn't be bored.

Among the women, we note the 100% American duel between Coco Gauff, 18, and Sloane Stephens, 29.

Youth in the face of experience.

Same thing in the other quarter-final between the Italian Martina Trevisan, 28, and the Canadian revelation, Leylah Fernandez, 19.

The French of the day

There will be plenty of them, everywhere, in the aisles of Roland-Garros, in the stands, but no one will play on the courts.

The quarter-finals in Paris have been played without French since Tsonga in 2015. A bad habit.

Today's weather

The weather will be quite nice and rather good during the day this Tuesday at Roland-Garros.

21 degrees are expected in the afternoon and even 19 at the end of the day.

But it is the time of the evening that interests us with the clash Djoko-Nadal at night.

12 degrees are announced: it's time to take the coats, sweaters and scarves out of the closet… Strange May 31st in Paris.

The daring tip of the day

What if Zverev came to spoil the party?

The German has everything it takes to knock Carlos Alcaraz off his pedestal.

After all, the Spaniard is only in his second Grand Slam quarter-final.

The new darling of the Parisian public is less used to these meetings than Zverev, semi-finalist last year.

Well, we know we are taking a risk because Alcaraz has been walking on water for two games but hey, we are players.


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