Order of play, on which TV channel is it and what are the last chances?

Dan Evans shrugged after being booed at the end of his French Open second round defeat, saying, “I don’t care.”

British No. 2 Evans, who felt the effects of a chest infection, pitted against 23-year-old Swede Mikael Ymer for almost three and a half hours, but lost in four sets, 6-3 3-6 6-2 6-2.

When Ymer brought up match point, Evans, who had clearly had enough, just hit his return service.

The half-hearted shot was received with cheers from the crowd on a packed Court Six, but Evans had no remorse.

“I gave away the last point, but I don’t care to be honest,” said the 29th seed. “I think I would have put in enough effort for three and a half hours. I was physically exhausted. That was it for me. That’s it.

“It was a difficult game. It’s frustrating and disturbing, don’t get me wrong, but that’s the way it goes.”

What is it?

It is the second grand slam of the year, the French Open at Roland Garros, which this year runs from Sunday 22 May to Sunday 5 June.

What TV channel is the French Open on?

This tournament will be shown live on Eurosport, which is available on Sky, BT and Virgin, or via the Discovery+ Entertainment & Sport Pass, which costs £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year.

You can also bookmark this page and follow Telegraph Sport’s live coverage of the tournament.

What is the playing order on Saturday?

First matches 10am BST

Court Philippe Chatrier

  • Iga SWIATEK (POL) v Danka KOVINIC (MNE)
  • Qinwen ZHENG (CHN) v Alize CORNET (FRA)
  • Gilles SIMON (FRA) v Marin CILIC (CRO)
  • Holger RUNE (DEN) v Hugo GASTON (FRA)

Court Suzanne Lenglen

  • Irina-Camelia BEGU (ROU) v Leolia JEANJEAN (FRA)
  • Miomir KECMANOVIC (SRB) to Daniil MEDVEDEV
  • Paula BADOSA (ESP) v Veronika KURDERMETOVA
  • Mikael YMER (SWE) v Stefanos TSITSIPAS (GRE)

Hof Simonne-Mathieu

  • Mackenzie MCDONALD (USA) v Jannik SINNER (ITA)
  • Camila GIORGI (ITA) v Aryna SABALENKA
  • David GOFFIN (BEL) v Hubert HURKACZ (POL)
  • Madison KEYS (USA) v Elena RYBAKINA (KAZ)

Court 14

  • Andrey RUBLEV v Cristian GARIN (CHI)
  • Jessica PEGULA (USA) v Tamara ZIDANSEK (SLO)
  • Casper RUUD (NOR) v Lorenzo SONEGO (ITA)

Who are the defending champions?

Novak Djokovic and Barbora Krejcikova won the singles in Paris last year.

What are the last chances?

Last Chance Men’s Champion:

  • Novak Djokovic 7/4
  • Carlos Alcaraz 3/1
  • Rafael Nadal 3/1
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas 6/1
  • Daniel Medvedez 25/1

Last Chance Women’s Champion:

  • Iga Swiatek 2/5
  • Amanda Anisimova 10/1
  • Paula Badosa 14/1
  • Cori Gauff 14/1
  • Leylah Fernandez 25/1

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