Day five of the French Open tennis has thrown up some mouth watering clashes so early in the tournament, with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal facing serious tests and top seed Novak Djokovic also in action.
Cameron Norrie aims to keep the British flag flying in the singles and Iga Swiatek continues her title defence.
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Sometimes, Grand Slam draws throw up some stunning early round draws - today is that day.
There is a whiff of 2010s latter stage nostalgia on Philippe Chatrier, where Roger Federer takes on former US Open champion Marin Cilic. The pair last faced each other at the scene of Federer's most recent major title, when he beat the Croatian in the final of the 2018 Australian Open.
After that, history chaser Rafael Nadal faces home favourite Richard Gasquet - who has never beaten the Spaniard in 16 meetings, while Novak Djokovic takes on Pablo Cuevas.
Top seed Ashleigh Barty takes on Magda Linette, and defending champion Iga Swiatek plays Swede Rebecca Peterson.
Cilic to beat Federer? Given the Croatian has regularly tested the tennis great, maybe not.
Sloane Stephens is also working her way back to her best form and went into Roland Garros unseeded - but she has the ability to knock out ninth seed Karolina Pliskova.
Norrie has a great chance of making the third round at Roland Garros for the first time but he will need to beat South African Lloyd Harris, who is ranked nine places below.
Fresh from voicing his frustration about doubles prize money, Jamie Murray teams up with Bruno Soares to take on Oliver Marach and Aisam-ul-hag Qureshi, while Joe Salisbury and his American partner Rajiv Ram face Salvatore Caruso and Alejandro Davidovich Fokina.
18th seed Jannik Sinner will be favourite in his tie with fellow Italian Gianluca Mager, while Coco Gauff should advance against Qiang Wang.
Order of Play (Singles and British players) - from 10am UK time
Court Philippe Chatrier
- Ashleigh Barty  v Magda Linette
- Karolina Pliskova  v Sloane Stephens
- (Not before 1500 UK time) Marin Cilic v Roger Federer 
- (Not before 2000 UK time) Rafael Nadal  v Richard Gasquet
Court Suzanne Lenglen
- Ann Li v Elina Svitolina 
- Mikael Ymer v Gael Monfils 
- (Not before 1330 UK time) Novak Djokovic  v Pablo Cuevas
- Anett Kontaveit  v Kristina Mladenovic
Court Simonne Mathieu
- Matteo Berrettini  v Federico Coria
- Jannik Sinner  v Gianluca Mager
- Fiona Ferro v Jennifer Brady 
- Rebecca Peterson v Iga Swiatek 
- Sofia Kenin  v Hailey Baptiste
- Diego Schwartzman  v Aljaz Bedene
- Zarina Diyas v Elise Mertens 
- Nikoloz Basilashvili  v Carlos Alcaraz
- Astra Sharma v Ons Jabeur 
- Philipp Kohlschreiber v Aslan Karatsev 
- Coco Gauff  v Qiang Wang
- Facundo Bagnis v Jan-Lennard Struff
- Varvara Lepchenko v Karolina Muchova 
- Taylor Fritz  v Dominik Koepfer
- Alex De Minaur  v Marco Cecchinato
- Dan Added/Jo-Wilfried Tsonga v Juan Sebastian Cabal/Robert Farah
- Rajiv Ram/Joe Salisbury  v Salvatore Caruso/Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
- Varvara Gracheva/James Duckworth v Camila Giorgi/Ricardas Berankis
- Tereza Martincova v Jessica Pegula 
- Ekaterina Alexandrova  v Barbora Krejcikova
- Cameron Norrie v Lloyd Harris
- Storm Sanders/Alja Tomljanovic v Ekaterina Alexandrova/Yana Sizikova
- Marta Kostyuk v Saisai Zheng
- Yoshihito Nishioka v Lorenzo Musetti
- Marta Kortyuk/Aliaksandra Sasnovich v Monica Niculescu/Jelena Ostapenko 
- Soonwoo Kwon v Andreas Seppi
- Maria Sakkari  v Jasmine Paolini
- Jamie Murray/Bruno Soares  v Oliver Marach/Aisam-ul-hag Qureshi
- Jeremy Chardy/Fabrice Martin  v Simone Bolelli/Maximo Gonzalez
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Watch all the action from the 2021 French Open live on Eurosport, eurosport.co.uk and the Eurosport app with 13-time champion Rafael Nadal eyeing a remarkable 14th title at his favourite event and 2020 Roland Garros sensation Iga Swiatek aiming to replicate her stunning triumph in Paris.
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