Novak Djokovic will serve next for his place in the fourth round. Lest we forget, the world No.1 is chasing an elusive French Open title at #RG15. Some feel this could be his best chance to get his hand on the silverware.
"All those guys are good for the game, they're pretty fun." #Murray on the new generation of players #RG15 http://t.co/mzpRZ1GswQ
Djokovic *6-4 6-4 3-2 Kokkinakis
Thanasi Kokkinakis is shaking his head after being broken by Novak Djokovic in the fifth game of the third set. He's been going toe-to-toe with the world No.1 but he hasn't managed to grab a single break-point against the top seed.
The crowd on #Chatrier are in for a treat in this third set. #Kokkinakis fighting for every point! #RG15 https://t.co/VcthejQAy3
Goffin *3-6 4-6 0-0 Chardy
Allez Les Bleus! Because over on Court 1, Jeremy Chardy has taken the second set from David Goffin. The Frenchman turns to face the crowd and puffs out his chest with pride. He's trying to reach the next round for the first time since 2008.
It's day seven. The sun is shining. It's the weekend...is there anywhere you'd rather be than #InsideRG? #RG15 http://t.co/zzSKeu2sRj
Djokovic 6-4 6-4 1-1* Kokkinakis
Fans of Novak Djokovic, your man has taken the second set from Thanasi Kokkinakis. The 19-year-old Aussie saves four break points in the third game of the third set. This is a great game and we'll have to come back to it while we have a quick look around the courts.
Perfect conditions as #VanUytvanck & #Mladenovic battle for a place on the 4R on Suzanne Lenglen #RG15 http://t.co/TEYYaEtJZz
Bacsinszky 4-2* Keys
Just a quick look at Court 2, where in-form Swiss Timea Bacsinszky is up against in-form American Madison Keys, who knocked out another Swiss, Belinda Bencic, to reach the third round. This is the first time these players have met.
Frenchman Jeremy #Chardy thriving on Day 7. He wins the opening set 6-3 vs. No.17 seed David #Goffin. #RG15 http://t.co/z2FtJNWdij
Goffin *3-6 0-0 Chardy
We're about to go a bit French at Blog HQ. Jeremy Chardy - who goes by the nickname of Jimmy - is upsetting the formbooks as he takes the opening set from David Goffin. The Belgian arrived in Paris with a career-high ranking of world No.18 after reaching the quarters in Rome.
Let's hear a bit more from Andy Murray after he beat Nick Kyrgios: "It was a tough because he was going for huge shots and making me play
far behind the baseline. I was just trying to use some variety to break
up his rhythm."
No.9 seed @cilic_marin is back in R16 for 1st time since 2010, d. L.Mayer 6-3 6-2 6-4. Awaits Bolelli-Ferrer. #RG15 http://t.co/1KXhhVBEZz
Cilic def. Mayer 6-3 6-2 6-4
Marin Cilic serves out his match with an unreturnable serve... Well, it was returnable but the return went out. The US Open champion, seeded ninth here, continues his low-profile run into the fourth round with a win over Argentina's 23rd seed Leonardo Mayer.
Andy Murray is into the fourth round of #RG15, backing up his impressive clay-court form coming to Paris with a straights-set win over Australian Nick Krygios, who struggled with an elbow injury. "It's never easy for me here," says Murray. "I've conserved some energy and from now on matches will get tougher every round. Hopefully I can play some good tennis next week."
World No.1 Novak #Djokovic serves out the 1st set 6-4. He's bidding to reach the R16 for a 6th straight year. #RG15 http://t.co/i8jI0LSaVo
Djokovic 6-4 0-0* Kokkinakis
Novak Djokovic cooly returns to his seat on Chatrier after taking the opening set from 19-year-old Thanasi Kokkinakis. It's been an entertaining encounter so far. I wonder what Kokkinakis, at the start of his year, can learn from playing the world No.1 for the first time. Must be super-fun... Maybe a bit scary.
Is Andreea Mitu one to watch at #RG15? The Romanian world No.100 has just knocked out 2010 champion Francesca Schiavone. She had trouble serving out the match but her fast and powerful shots were just too good for the Italian.
Andreea #Mitu, 100è mondiale est en 1/8 de finale pour son 1er RG s. Victoire 7-5 5-4 vs #Schiavone #RG15 http://t.co/NJrQe8chzz
Around the courts...
Lots going on around the courts at the moment, Nick Kyrgios has broken Andy Murray at the start of the third set while Novkak Djokovic has done likewise against the other Aussie young gun Thanasi Kokkinakis.
Let's pop our heads round to Philippe-Chatrier, where top seed Novak Djokovic is serving up against Thanasis Kokkinakis. These two players have never met before so it's always fun to see how they work each other out in the early stages.
6-3 6-3 Sara #Errani (17) est en huitièmes de finale en prenant sa revanche sur #Petkovic qui l'avait battue l'année dernière en 1/4 #RG15
Nick Kyrgios has called a medial time-out so he can have treatment on a right wrist and elbow injury. He explains to the physio that he was turning it over on his shots. He is having a lot of tape applied to the forearm now.
Meanwhile, Andy Murray gets himself out a long and testing service game with an ace and then takes a double break when Nick Kyrgios pumps the ball long. Kyrgios is producing some delightful shots but hasn't converted his three break points chances.
Thanasi Kokkinakis is just knocking up with Novak Djokovic on Philippe-Chatrier. With Nick Kyrgios on Suzanne-Lenglen we can officially report that we have what Australians refer to as "The Special Ks" on court at the same time. Yay!
Petra Kvitova is the first player through to the fourth round on Saturday. "It was my best match here so far, I'm really happy that I won," she tells the Philippe-Chatrier crowd after beating Irina-Camelia Begu.
Sometimes it's about who wants it more and, watching the closing game of the opening set between Andreea Mitu and Francesca Schiavone, the 23-year-old Romanian is massively pumped as she fights back to win the opening set. Schiavone had led 4-1 at one stage.
"I don't like this feeling." Which player was feeling queasy about playing their BFF at #RG15? Roland-Garros;com reporter has been finding out what happens when doubles friends face each other in singles.
Comment se sent @Schiavone_Fra après son marathon ? Elle est opposée à Andreea #Mitu. #RG15 http://t.co/iceijN5Ff7
Murray 3-3* Kyrgios
Andy Murray gets himself out of a sticky service game with an ace. The British third seed had to save a break-point. Get the feeling he's still sizing up Nick Kyrgios, even though he leads their head-to-head 2-0.
Francesca Schiavone has a spring in her step on Court 2. The Italian reached the third round after a three hour, 50 minute epic against Svetlana Kuznetsova. But she's not feeling any pain and already has her nose in front against Andreea Mitu.
Who will follow Rafa, Roger and Novak? Borna Coric and Thanasi Kokkinakis announced their teenage talents by reaching the third round at #RG15. Roland-Garros.com reporter Kate Battersby has been following their teenage kicks in this special feature.
Andy Murray (Gbr)  v Nick Kyrgios (Aus)  followed by Alison Van Uytvanck (Bel) v Kristina Mladenovic (Fra) Andrey Kuznetsov (Rus) v Rafael Nadal (Esp)  Tsvetana Pironkova (Bul) v Sloane Stephens (USA)
Blog HQ travelled to Roland-Garros with some fans from London this morning. They have tickets for Suzanne-Lenglen and are super-excited about the Andy Murray vs Nick Kyrgios showdown that opens the action there. They're splitting their loyalities in that match too. It should be a sizzler.
Petra Kvitova (Cze)  v Irina-Camelia Begu (Rou)  followed by Novak Djokovic (Srb)  v Thanasi Kokkinakis (Aus) Richard Gasquet (Fra)  v Kevin Anderson (Rsa)  Serena Williams (USA)  v Victoria Azarenka (Blr) 
Bonjour tout le monde. It's day seven of #RG15 and here at Blog HQ we can tell you that the grounds of Roland-Garros are already buzzing with activity and anticipation for the day ahead. You didn't have any plans for Saturday did you? Great, stay with us.
Join us tomorrow from 11am Paris time for ball by ball commentary of @andy_murray v @NickKyrgios @rolandgarros #RG15 http://t.co/0IaUhqQEDS
In fact, Nick Kyrgios will be entertaining the crowd on Suzanne-Lenglen first thing tomorrow, when he faces third seed Andy Murray. It's time to put our fingers in an ice bath at Blog HQ. Please join us from 10:45 tomorrow when the chase for the remaining fourth-round places begins.
Gael Monfils has been saying in his on-court interview that it was an incredible match and Cuevas was very difficult to play. He then talks about the magic of playing at the French Open. He faces Roger Federer next. Now, that should be box office.
Cover your ears because Gael Monfils has just booked himself a seat in the fourth round of #RG15 and the crowd on Suzanne-Lenglen are loving it. Monfils turns to face the crowd and beats his chest with pride. It was also an oustanding effort by Pablo Cuevas, who played more than his part in this entertaining match.
#Cuevas holds serve for 5-3; now on #Monfils' racquet to book a R16 berth. #RG15 http://t.co/8drktY3eDM
Saturday's Order of Play on Suzanne-Lenglen
Andy Murray (Gbr)  v Nick Kyrgios (Aus) 
Alison Van Uytvanck (Bel) v Kristina Mladenovic (Fra)
Andrey Kuznetsov (Rus) v Rafael Nadal (Esp) 
Tsvetana Pironkova (Bul) v Sloane Stephens (USA)
Our fingers are hurting at Blog HQ thanks to Gael Monfils and Pablo Cuevas' antics. So, we just want to tell you that Monfils holds with a whipped forehand and is now one game away from the fifth set. Cuevas to serve at 5-2.
"Its not the easiest one... (But) I'm feeling good & feeling confident." Berdych on Tsonga match up #RG15 http://t.co/DLNNpSzNoU
Coming up tomorrow on Philippe-Chatrier
Petra Kvitova (Cze)  v Irina-Camelia Begu (Rou)
Novak Djokovic (Srb)  v Thanasi Kokkinakis (Aus)
Richard Gasquet (Fra)  v Kevin Anderson (Rsa) 
Serena Williams (USA)  v Victoria Azarenka (Blr) 
Impose ta puissance !@tsonga7 #ImpactTheGame#RG15 http://t.co/k489lbxr38
Tsonga def. Andujar 7-6 6-4 6-3
Two Frenchmen were playing, and now one Frenchman is through to the fourth round. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga converts his third match-point on Philippe-Chatrier to see off a feisty challenge from Spain's Pablo Andujar. Jo is absolutely beaming and thanks the crowd for their support.
There's an atmosphere at Suzanne-Lenglen to rival the Parc des Princes, the home of Paris Saint-Germain which is just down the road from Roland-Garros. Pablo Cuevas has taken a sensible bathroom break while Gael Monfils, gathering his thoughts, waits for his opponent to return.
#Repost rodionova_com Anastasia & Arina Rodionova reached the third round of the Roland Garros… https://t.co/HyN6iosjJ3
Pennetta def. Suarez-Navarro 6-3 6-4
A big win from Flavia Pennetta, who knocks out the eighth seed Carla Suarez Navarro. She's cool as you like as she does it too. Next up for the Italian 28th seed, Garbine Muguruza. Another Spanish test.
Well this must be a first at #RG15. Gael Monfils and his opponent Pablo Cuevas are having treatment at the same time. Monfils now has his left knee bandaged while Cuevas had a bit of work on his left foot.
The back and forth continues as #Cuevas serves out the 3rd 6-3 to take a two sets to one lead over #Monfils. #RG15 http://t.co/6SlZDIOW0a
Monfils *4-6 7-6 3-6 0-0 Cuevas
Over on Court Suzanne-Lenglen, Pablo Cuevas is proving his prowess on clay as he takes the third set from Gael Monfils. The Frenchman is being roared on by the crowd by there were errors at crucial times. Can he turn it around in this must-win fourth set?
#RG2015 #RG15 Watching the match this afternoon. http://t.co/OfB5gWdsBy
Still to play
So, we have one place left in the fourth round of this side of the women's draw and that will be taken by either Carla Suarez-Navarro or Flavia Pennetta, who is a set and a break up as we type. On the men's side, four men are still toiling on the clay to grab the remaining two places. More on those two matches shortly...
Tomas Berdych has a very serious expression as he completes victory over Benoit Paire. The Frenchman and the partisan crowd probably gave him more of a work-out than he would have liked. But the Czech fourth seed motors into the fourth round where he will meet the winner of the match on Philippe-Chatrier.
Do we have a potential upset on the cards on Court 2? Italy's 28th seed Flavia Pennetta has taken the first set from Carla Suarez-Navarro, who came to #RG15 on a hot run of form. Radio Roland Garros contributer Courtney Nguyen reports that the Spaniard had reached the quarters or better of every tournament she entered in 2015, apart from the Australian Open.
An untidy game from Tomas Berdych as he was serving for a place in the fourth round has let Benoit Paire back in over on Court 1. The French crowd are roaring on their man. Can he save the match on his serve?
We are only 20 minutes or so into this match on Court 2 but it's intriguing us here at Blog HQ. Carla Suarez-Navarro and Flavia Pennetta have swapped breaks but the Italian broke Suarez-Navarro to love for a 4-2 lead.
No.14 seed Jo-Wilfried #Tsonga fires off 14 winners en route to the claiming 1st set 7-6(3). #RG15 http://t.co/cbMewOhAun
Tsonga 7-6 0-0* Andujar
It's taken just over an hour but Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has his hands on the first set. His opponent on Court Philippe-Chatrier, Spain's Pablo Andujar, might not want to find himself embroiled in another marathon match after beating Philipp Kohlschreiber in five to get this far.
Once again, @Gael_Monfils is doing the show in the Lenglen. Enjoy this volley won by Gaël, the acrobat #RG15https://t.co/LOgIDOH3dK
Fans of Carla Suarez-Navarro and Flavia Pennetta, we need to tell you that that third-round match is now being played on Court 2. It was scheduled for Suzanne-Lenglen but with the Monfils show on the go, it's sensibly been moved.
They say never meet your heroes but what's it like to play them? Roland-Garros reporter Kate Battersby finds out as Damir Dzumhur faced Roger Federer on Philippe-Chatrier today. She went to talk to both players afterwards and you can read the result in her feature.
The 2008 champion Ana Ivanovic says she's getting into her groove in Paris and Roland-Garros.com's Matt Trollope reckons the seventh seed is on the right side of the draw. Read why in his feature on an open draw that is benefiting Roland-Garros hopefuls.
Guess what? There are three Frenchmen on court right now. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is on Centre against Pablo Andujar, Gael Monfils continues into the second set and over on Court 1 Benoit Paire is battling back against Tomas Berdych.
We've seen some wobbly serving this afternoon and over on Court Suzanne-Lenglen, Gael Monfils is its latest victim. The French 13th seed loses the first set to Pablo Cuevas. Watching in the VIP seats, by the way, is former France and Arsenal footballer Sylvain Wiltord.
We have our first defending champion through to the fourth round here at #RG15. Maria Sharapova eases past Australian Sam Stosur. It's an emotional win for Sharapova, who fights back tears as she goes to shake Stosur's hand.
If you'd like to know what it's like to watch a match on the second show-court then can I please direct you to my scribbles on the magic of Court Suzanne-Lenglen. I've seen some drama there this week I can tell you.
The showcase match on Philippe-Chatrier is into a see-sawing second set. Sam Stosur saves break points to hold but both the Australian and Maria Sharapova are struggling with their serve in the breezy conditions. Blog HQ can confirm our pencil blew off the press seats earlier. That's how windy it is.
It's a stylish finale in the end from Gilles Simon, who finally sees off his feisty French opponent Nicolas Mahut. The Suzanne-Lenglen crowd are on their feet to applaud Mahut as he makes his exit. Simon says afterwards that it was a good match but tiring. Well, it did last three hours and 47 minutes.
Here at Blog HQ, we had lunch watching Roger Federer on Philippe-Chatrier. It must be nice to be Roger playing here at #RG15. When he strikes a delightful backhand volley to win a point the crowd exhale in delight. They pepper the hush with shouts of "Come on Roger," whether he's winning or losing. Is there any other player who feels the love wherever they go? The man himself, by the way, has tweeted his own brilliant behind-the-scenes view of #RG15. Coming up...