Absence of Nadal can also give Novaj Djokovic an open passage to his record-extending 23rd Grand Slam title. First seed Alcaraz, second seed Daniil Medvedev, Casper Ruud, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Andrey Rublev and others will be looking to make a name for themselves and stop the Serbian ‘machine’.
In the women’s singles category, eyes will again be on Aryana Sabalenka. She won the Australia open this year and also won the Madrid Open earlier this month. Eyes will also be on top seed Iga Swiatek, Elena Rybakina, Coco Gauff, Maria Sakkari and other stars.
Let’s have a look at the French Open 2023 Order of Play for Sunday, May 28.
Court Philippe-Chatrier (Start Time – 2:30 PM IST)
Marta Kostyuk vs Aryna Sabalenka
Jiri Vesely vs Stefanos Tsitsipas
Alize Cornet vs Camila Giorgi
Adrian Mannarino vs Ugo Humbert
Court Suzanne-Lenglen (Start Time – 2:30 PM IST)
Karen Khachanov vs Constant Lestienne
Maria Sakkari vs Karolina Muchova
Laslo Djere vs Andrey Rublev
Danielle Collins vs Jessica Pegula
Court Simonne-Mathieu (Start Time – 2:30 PM IST)
David Goffin vs Hubert Hurkacz
Magda Linette vs Leylah Fernandez
Arthur Cazaux vs Corentin Moutet
Jule Niemeier vs Daria Kasatkina
Court 7 (Start Time – 2:30 PM IST)
Shuai Zhang vs Magdalina Frech
Thanasi Kokkinakis vs Dan Evans
Elise Mertens vs Viktoria Hruncakova
Lorenzo Museti vs Mikael Ymer
The full order of play can be found here
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