French Open 2017: Petra Kvitova, Nadal and Djokovic in action – live!

Hello. We’ve had a few surprises already - Angelique Kerber (well, she is the world No1), Johanna Konta and Alex Zverev have all fallen at the first hurdle, while Andy Murray’s actually gone and won a tennis match - and there’s also been rancour in the form of one of the great non-handshakes of our time and the controversy of a buffoon being kicked out of the tournament for acting the buffoon. It’s been eventful.

And there’s more on the way! Into the second round we go and there are doozies everywhere you look on day four of this French Open. The action begins with grand old Venus Williams taking on Japan’s Kurumi Nara on Philippe-Chatrier, the brilliant Austrian Dominic Thiem taking on the experienced Simone Bolelli of Italy on Suzanne-Lenglen and Petra Kvitova, the romantic’s choice, facing the USA’s Bethanie Mattek-Sands. There’s defending champion Garbine Muguraza, who might be given a few headaches by Annett Kontaveit, old warhorse Tommy Robredo against BabyFed himself and the high possibility of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga being bundled out when his suspended clash with Renzo Olivo resumes after Williams’s match; Tsonga, the 12th seed, trails the world No91 by two sets to one and will serve at 4-5 in the fourth.

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