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) 
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.
Quand Benoît Paire lâche son coup droit @tomasberdych laisse filer son break d'avance #RolandGarros http://t.co/RI4HecRq4i
Playing the hero
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.
Mon ancienne et ma nouvelle vie sur cette photo. @rolandgarros d un côté , le maître @Dior de l autre #RG15 #fashion http://t.co/1zVoeRjicI
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.
With a win today #Tsonga will move into equal 3rd position on the list of most Grand Slam wins by a Frenchman. #RG15 http://t.co/kvGtOSi0DW
Monfils *4-6 0-0 Cuevas
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.
Day 7 Suzanne Lenglen OOP: Murray-Kyrgios F/B Van Uytvanck-Mladenovic, Kuznetsov-Nadal, Pironkova-Stephens #RG15
Sharapova def. Stosur 6-3 6-4
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.
No.4 seed Tomas #Berdych loses just 1 point on his 1st serve en route to winning opening set 6-1 vs. Paire. #RG15 http://t.co/1GpLIVEAPY
Stosur 3-6 3-2* Sharapova
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.
3hrs 49mins later @GillesSimon84 his books spot in R16 for 3rd time w/6-2 6-7(6) 6-7(6) 6-3 6-1 win over Mahut #RG15 http://t.co/4yldCD26RK
Simon def. Mahut 6-2 6-7 6-7 6-3 6-1
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...
Garbine Muguruza unleashes a massive forehand to take the second of three match points. The Spaniard knocks out 11th seed Angelique Kerber. Muguruza actually had 15 break points in that match and converted seven of them.
This is the 17th time Samantha Stosur and Maria Sharapova have met on a tennis court and we are braced to see which of the big-hitters will come out on top this time around. Stosur's coach David Taylor, who she started working with again last month to boost her game, looks pretty relaxed in the players' box. That match starting soon.
After losing the opening set, #Muguruza powers thru to clinch the 2nd 6-2. We head to a 3rd on Court 2! #RG15 http://t.co/eAGlYPU9c7
Change of ends
It's time for a change of ends here at Blog HQ. Thanks to Matt for his stint - and excellent use of icons. He's off to see what Bam Bam can do against Masha. Now that sounds like some sort of awesome mash-up.
Roger stands one game away from the fourth round, after Damir plays a limp drop shot into the next. Will he close it out with a break, or will the Bosnian keep the contest alive with a service hold? Stay tuned ...
First time meeting for #Wawrinka and #Johnson. Stan bidding to reach R16 for 5th time, Steve for the 1st. #RG15 http://t.co/hFl1pK6IkG
News just in ...
Our 2015 trophy presenters have been revealed! Gustavo "Guga" Kuerten will present the Coupe des Mousquetaires to the men's singles champion, while Martina Navratilova will present the Coupe Suzanne Lenglen to the women's winner.
He received a walkover thorugh to the 4th round, but Kei still obliged the Japanese press on a day off.Nishikori y el boom del tenis japonés pic.twitter.com/msYMl22Jqn— Enrique Quique Cano (@QuiqueCano) May 29, 2015
Stan Wawrinka  v Steve Johnson. The American Johnson is having a great tournament, having reached the 3rd round here for the first time. If he beats Wawrinka he's advance to the second week at a major for the first time. Lots at stake.
On player multi-lingualism: "I do speak Greek. Not as fluently as my parents would like, but I'm not bad. I understand everything. I can string together most sentences, but some I struggle. I have to throw an English word in there. But, yeah, both my parents were born in Greece. My dad moved over to Australia when he was five and them went back on holiday, and that's when he met my mum, when she was like 23, and brought her over. I was born in Adelaide."
The German and the Spaniard have started their match on Court 2, and Kerber has wasted little time, breaking early to surge to a 2-0 lead. The 11th seed has been in fine claycourt form so far in 2015, winning WTA titles in Charleston and Stuttgart.
The other fourth-rounder is Ivanovic v Makarova. Huge opportunity for all four women to make SF.Congrats to Elina Svitolina and Alize Cornet. Each earned career-best Roland Garros results with their wins today. Will meet in R16.— TennisNow (@Tennis_Now) May 29, 2015
... Sharapova v Stosur is third up on Chatrier. It's the blockbuster match up of the day!Many big match-ups still to come in the draw. Which ones are you eagerly anticipating? http://t.co/tSm13TnL6s #RG15 pic.twitter.com/uEhGPZcVNj— Roland Garros (@rolandgarros) May 29, 2015
Victoire! The Czech beats the German. And Safarova will next face the winner of the match between No.2 Sharapova and No.26 Stosur. Another solid result for Lucie - her surge at this stage of her career is inspiring.
Ekaterina #Makarova (n°9) est en 1/8e après sa victoire sur Elena #Vesnina 6-2 6-4. Elle affrontera Ivanovic #RG15 http://t.co/7SwPKBMCI1
Makarova def. Vesnina 6-2 6-4
In an all-Russian battle between doubles partners, Makarova overcomes Vesnina in straights. The No.9 seed is proving solid at the majors lately - she has now reached the second week at Wimbledon 2014 (QF), US Open 2014 (SF), Australian Open 2015 (SF) and now at RG. Respect.