Roland-Garros LIVE: Stephens comes out of nowhere, Gauff in the hard … Zverev-Alcaraz makes your mouth water … Follow the quarter-finals live


Roland-Garros LIVE: Stephens comes out of nowhere, Gauff in the hard … Zverev-Alcaraz makes your mouth water … Follow the quarter-finals live
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3:34 p.m .: It’s torched, Coco Gauff is doing well after seeing Stephens come back at full speed in the middle of the first set.

3:33 p.m .: A huge defense from Gauff who offers himself his three set points!

3:32 p.m. : Gauff two points from the set! 0-30

3:29 p.m. : It’s good, Coco Gauff has put her head back in place. The white game that makes zizir and puts it back in front (6-5).

3:27 p.m .: We can’t stop it! Gauff no longer knows how to maneuver against her compatriot, who returns to 5-5.

3:24 p.m .: It’s done! Stephens comes back and serves to tie two players.

3:22 p.m. : And there you have it, three break points for the 2018 Roland finalist.

3:20 p.m .: Bouuuuuuuuuum the long line slap in the forehand from Stephens which hurts! 0-30, a bit of pressure now on Coco’s shoulders.

3:19 p.m. : A scud serve followed by a hyper angled cross forehand, Stephens comes back to 5-3. It was up to Gauff to conclude this set on his serve.

3:17 p.m. : A game rather hooked but the girl does the job, 5-2.

3:15 p.m. : There are already a few more people on the Chatrier than for the first quarter between Fernandez and Trevisan, it’s nice. And at the same time if you don’t arrive now, hello to have a place for the first shock among the boys.

3:11 p.m. : Stephens sees the light a bit. White game to return to two points from Gauff (4-2).

3:08 p.m. : It would have taken more to distract Coco. White game, and here we are at 4-1.

3:06 p.m. : Here it is the first game for Sloane (yes I call the players by their first name, it’s a tradition in tennis journalism). Nice backhand volley. 1-3

3:02 p.m. : A backhand cut that ends up in the hallway and Stephens is already trailing 3-0. At this rate, Alcaraz and Zverev will soon enter the Chatrier.

2:58 p.m. : Already 2-0 for Coco…

2:52 p.m .: Come on, let’s go between Coco Gauff (18, seeded n ° 18), presented for years as the future star of American tennis, and her compatriot Sloane Stephens (29), victorious from the US Open 2017 and Roland-Garros finalist the following year.

2:47 p.m .: Junior table still. Gabriel Debru, seeded n°14, disposed of the American Colak (6-3, 6-2). At 16, the great 16-year-old from Grenoble is undoubtedly the greatest hope of French tennis. And not only because he is already 1.92 m tall.

2:44 p.m. : Winner of the Petits As de Tarbes last year, the Frenchwoman Mathilde Ngijol Carré (yes, the niece of Thomas Ngijol) fell heavily against the Czech Bartunkova (seeded n°13) in the junior tournament (6-2 , 6-2). Well, be patient, she is only 14 years old.

2:39 p.m. : What happiness to come in the Legends Tournament with Grosjean/Pioline – Bahrami/Benneteau on Lenglen and Leconte/Llodra – Clément/Santoro on n°14.

2:33 p.m .: At 28, Martina Trevisan will play her first semi-final in a Grand Slam tournament. She will play against the winner of the 100% American quarter between Coco Gauff and Sloane Stephens, who will start on the central.

2:29 p.m .: It’s over! A last forehand cross from the left-hander and the 59th player in the world finds herself in the semi-finals!!! The magic of women’s tennis! Leylah Fernandez, diminished, could not fully defend her chances.

2:29 p.m. : Winning service and match point with the cry that goes well, again !!!

2:28 p.m. : Oh the primal cry of the Italian to come back to 30-30!!! Two points from the game.

2:27 p.m .: Hi, it’s Nicolas. Time to switch and Fernandez came back to 3-5 15-30 on Trevisan’s serve…

2:22 p.m. : The Italian has her hands in foam when concluding… Two bullets for Fernandez to come back to 5-2.

2:20 p.m .: As earlier after conceding his service game, Trevisan puts in a fight and breaks. 5-1, we are there ladies and ladies.

2:17 p.m .: Come on, thank you Leylah! The Candian won her first game in this set. 1-4 Treviso

2:16 p.m. : Trevisan advantage, equality, Fernandez advantage, equality, Trevisan advantage, equality…. BUT DAMN YOU WILL BEND THIS GAME TO ME!!!!!! 9 minutes that we are there…

2:15 p.m. : This game will never end. Equality

2:12 p.m. : Ball of (riquiqui) break for Fernandez to return to 1-4.

2:07 p.m .: Well, it smells of pine forest for the young Canadian who is now led 4 games to nothing.

2:04 p.m. : Sorry I’m on several things at once, hence this small absence. What to tell you? Fernandez tries to limit the breakage and hangs on in this fourth game. 40-A

1:58 p.m .: Ok here we go, Trevisan is in bulldozer mode. 3-0, thank you, good evening.

1:56 p.m .: There you go, she cracks on the third break point. I must also say that Trevisan has been playing stronger and fairer for a few minutes.

1:54 p.m. : Attention, three break points for Trevisan. A little relaxation for Fernandez after his nice comeback in the second set.

1:52 p.m. : Trevisan opens this third set with a shutout after conceding the second set on a double fault.

1:46 p.m.: Done! Double fault from Trevisan who offers the second run to Fernandez. Sacred awakening of the Canadian after a complicated first set.

1:45 p.m.: 6-3 and set point for the Canadian!

1:42 p.m. : Ten minutes after saving match point, Leylah Fernandez now leads 3-0 in this tie break.

1:41 p.m .: It’s done, white game for the Italian.

1:40 p.m. : It’s thinking but it does the job, 40-0. We are going to move gently towards the tie-break.

1:38 p.m. : And she continues with a game without impert to lead 6 to 5! It must start to cogitate on the side of Trevisan.

1:34 p.m .: Another great comeback from Fernandez! 5 games everywhere

1:33 p.m .: And 5-5 ball to follow! She won’t let go of the kid.

1:31 p.m .: Match point erased by a new forehand from a big brute. Needless to say, when she hits like that, it beats hard.

1:30 p.m .: And presto, there’s nothing left… 40-30 and the first match point for the 57th in the world!

1:27 p.m .: Go boom, two crossed slaps from Fernandez who send Trevisan back into the ropes. 0-30

1:27 p.m .: Go boom, two crossed slaps from Fernandez who send Trevisan back into the ropes. 0-30

1:25 p.m .: Ahhhhh Fernandez who (re) cracks at the worst of times! 5-4 for Trevisan who will serve for a place in the half.

1:19 p.m. : Amortized, lob, volley net, Fernandez takes out everything she has in the drawers to push Trevisan to the fault and it pays off. 4-3 for the 17th in the world, who scared us in the first set with the call to the physio but who has been doing much better for a while.

1:15 p.m .: Four break points saved by Trevisan and 3-3!

1:13 p.m. : Big fight on this 6th game. Trevisan came close to the new break but it just hit the line twice. And here she is again with a ball to come back to 3-3.

1:08 p.m .: Well, it will not have dragged on since Martina Trevisan debreaks directly.

1:05 p.m .: It’s done, Fernandez takes the break to lead 3-1!

: And go! First break point for the Canadian on this volley which hits the line.

1:03 p.m. : The painkillers should take effect, Fernandez seems to struggle less when accelerating. Long live science.

1 p.m. : For the moment we will say that it is a paying tactic since she has not yet let go of her service game. 2-1 Fernandez

12:55 p.m. : I have the impression that Fernandez decided to shorten the exchanges (report to the painful foot) by sending bag after bag.

12:52 p.m. : Come on, first point for Fernandez in this second set! Yes, I chose my camp because I will not spit on a match that is a little more disputed.

12:50 p.m. : Magnificent WTF sequence by Nelson Monfort who questions a Mexican family to ask them why Roland-Garros is the best tournament in the world. Mad mia…

12:48 p.m .: It will not have been enough, Trevisan wins without forcing in the first set.

12:47 : Fernandez rebels and erases three set points, well ouej.

12:45 p.m. : For once I do not think that Trevisan needs anything, she walks and offers three set points.

12:44 p.m. : She discusses with the referee, I wonder if she is not complaining about the encouragement (understand, the instructions) of the coach of Trevisan from the platform.

12:43 p.m .: Well, it is clearly getting complicated for the Canadian who is trailing 5 to 2.

12:40 p.m. : I have the impression that Fernandez is trampling a little anyway… Which does not prevent him from slamming this beautiful ball to lead 15-0 on his serve. But Trevisan is still racing ahead (4-2).

12:37 : All good massages come to an end. We left.

12:35 p.m. : She takes the opportunity to take a look at her notes in her little notebook. Take some seed dear students and dear students who follow us instead of revising the exams.

12:32 p.m. : Pain in the right foot. We are even on our toes if you want to know everything. And I know you want it, you bunch of insatiable weasels.

12:30 p.m. : Leylah Fernandez calls on the physiotherapist. A little freshness break, at home, at home.

12:28 : Well seen small! The Canadian manages to save this point narrowly.

12:25 p.m .: Fernandez is already in the hard and offers a double break ball to Trevisan after this forehand sent to Perpette-les-Oies.

12:21 p.m. : That’s it, Fernandez scores his first point and enters the match. 2-1 Trevisan. At 19 years old, you also have to take the measure of the issue and the context, but we felt it was more relaxed in this game.

12:19 p.m. : Yes, I know, I got confused by announcing the first point for Fernandez. I will have to get back quickly (and better) in this live.

12:18 p.m. : This second game has been going on for a while already but Trevisan doesn’t let go and confirms his break. 2-0

12:15 p.m. : Trevisan is struggling against the blocks of Fernandez, who takes the ball very early on the rebound. 40-A on the service of the Italian.

12:12 p.m .: The Italian sends big entry scuds and direct break.

12:10 p.m .: Let’s go for this first match!

12:05 : And we’re going to start this day with the first ladies’ quarter-final which will pit the Italian Martina Trevisan (28 years old and 59th in the world) against the young Canadian Leylah Fernandez (19 years old, 18th).

12 p.m.: It’s time, kids!

11:55 a.m. : Go, more than 5 minutes before the antenna on France 4. Tick, tock, tick, tock. I don’t know if it did the same to you at the start of Roland, but I didn’t know this channel still existed.

11:30 a.m. : For once, we’re going to start the day with a bit of reading, to honor our doublet of special envoys to Roland. And today, the least we can say is that there is plenty to do!

11:15 am: Hello Roland-Garrix! Welcome to 20 Minutes for another frenzied day of live with a program from behind the bundles for the start of the quarter-finals.

Hello friends! If you had planned to work today, you might as well warn you right away that it’s going to be complicated. With two monstrous quarter-finals between Alexander Zverev and the little Spanish prodigy Carlos Alcaraz on one side, and the immense clash of legends between Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic on the other (in a night session this one), we are ready to sign you a word of apology today for staying in front of the TV (and 20 Minutes) and postponing the rest for later. The program is now necessarily lighter than the previous days, we will go on air a little later than usual.

See you around 11:30 a.m. to noon to launch this crazy day on Parisian ocher.

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