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Novak Djokovic next match at French Open 2024: TV schedule, scores, results for Roland-Garros | Sporting News United Kingdom

The 2024 French Open is into its second week, and as has so often been the case for the last 15 years of grand slam tennis, Novak Djokovic is the man to beat, having lifted his third Roland-Garros title last year with a straight-sets victory over Casper Ruud in the 2023 final.

Djokovic enters Roland-Garros this year seeded at the top of the pile, reflecting his status as both the reigning champion and world number one coming into the second grand slam of a packed ATP Tour calendar in 2024. 2023 saw him collect the Australian, French and US Open titles, and another three-peat could be on the cards this year.

The field at Roland-Garros is a strong one though, none more so than second seed Jannik Sinner, who defeated Djokovic in the semifinals on his way to a first career grand slam at the Australian Open in January. Carlos Alcaraz also beat the Serb in last year’s Wimbledon final to deny Djokovic a clean sweep of grand slam victories, and is seeded third coming into the French Open.

The Sporting News is on hand to help you keep tabs on all the action as Djokovic looks to go on another grand slam-winning run in 2024. 

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When is Novak Djokovic’s next French Open 2024 match?

The fourth round pits Djokovic against Francisco Cerundolo. The pair will face off at Roland-Garros on Monday, June 4 2024.

Having been selected in the top half of the draw for this year’s French Open, Djokovic could also end up facing a reunion with last’s year’s runner-up Casper Ruud, as well as fourth seed Alexander Zverev.

Novak Djokovic French Open 2024 results

Round one: Defeated Pierre-Hugues Herbet 6-4, 7-6 (7-4), 6-4

Round two: Defeated Roberto Carballes Baena 6-4, 6-1, 6-2

Round three: Defeated Lorenzo Musetti 7-5 6-7 (6-8) 2-6 6-3 6-0

What time is Novak Djokovic vs. Francisco Cerundolo

Djokovic will face his opponent on Monday, June 3 and and is scheduled to start around 4 p.m. local time (CEST).

Here’s how that provisional time translates across some of the major regions:

Country Date Time
UK (BST) Monday, June 3 3 p.m.
Canada (ET) Monday, June 3 10 a.m.
US (ET) Monday, June 3 10 a.m.

Novak Djokovic next match TV channel, live stream

As the defending champion and bonafide world number one coming into the 2024 French Open, Djokovic is undoubtedly a huge draw for all fans of tennis at this year’s tournament.

As such, there’s a plethora of coverage of his match against Cerundolo from Roland-Garros, and here’s a look at the expected TV channels and live streams in the major territories:

Region TV Streaming
USA Tennis Channel, NBC, Peacock Fubo, Sling TV, TCPlus
Canada TSN, RDS

TSN Direct, RDS streaming

UK Eurosport 1, Eurosport 2  Discovery+

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Novak Djokovic’s French Open record

He may be the defending champion having defeated Ruud in last year’s Roland-Garros final, but the French Open is actually the grand slam event in which Djokovic has the world record over the course of his storied professional career. 

The Serbian still has an amazing three titles, won in 2016, 2021 and 2023, putting him joint-seventh in the overall French Open rankings, but that pales in comparison to the record-breaking 14 won by Rafael Nadal, and the 10 that Djokovic himself has won at the Australian Open, another grand slam event.

Djokovic has lost four deciders at Roland Garros — thrice to Nadal and another to Stanislas Wawrinka  making it the only grand slam other than the US Open in which the Serb has lost more finals than he’s won. That could all change this year though, and a fourth French Open victory would take Djokovic to a quarter-century of major titles.