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    03 June 2023

    Women’s Tennis Makes Historic Debut at 2023 French Open

    Women’s Tennis Takes Center Stage at 2023 French Open

    The prime night session of the 2023 French Open features women’s tennis for the first time in history, with world number two Aryna Sabalenka taking on Sloane Stephens under the lights. The event has been heavily criticized as all six previous night matches have exclusively showcased male players.

    A Battle of Experience and Youth: Sabalenka vs. Stephens

    Sabalenka is chasing her second consecutive Grand Slam title after winning in Australia earlier this year and has yet to drop a set at Roland Garros so far. In contrast, unseeded Stephens faces a tough fourth-round challenge against an opponent she has never beaten before. Although Sabalenka won their three prior meetings, each game was pushed to three sets.

    Musetti Aims to Upset World Number One Alcaraz

    Lorenzo Musetti will face world number one Carlos Alcaraz on Sunday following his victory over Cameron Norrie in Round Three. Musetti comfortably won his only prior meeting with Alcaraz last year but recognizes that he will be up against one of the greatest players in history who is playing through multiple injuries.

    Russian Ninth Seed Kasatkina Faces Svitolina

    Daria Kasatkina faces Elina Svitolina on Court Suzanne Lenglen as both players aim to secure a place in the quarter-finals at Roland Garros. Svitolina leads their head-to-head record having defeated Kasatkina in all six previous encounters, but it remains unclear what impact recent political tensions between Russia and Ukraine may have on this match-up.

    Belgian Mertens Seeks Maiden Quarter-Finals Appearance Against Pavlyuchenkova

    Elise Mertens’s upset win over third seed Jessica Pegula on Friday sets up a fourth-round match against Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. With the Belgian aiming for her first quarter-finals appearance at Roland Garros, she will look to carry forward the confidence from her last victory.

    A Battle of Endurance: Djokovic vs. Varillas

    Serbian third seed Novak Djokovic faces Peru’s Juan Pablo Varillas in his quest for a record-breaking 23rd Grand Slam men’s singles title despite playing through multiple injuries during his previous rounds. The nine-year age gap between the two players means it is sure to be an interesting battle of endurance on Court Philippe Chatrier.

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