As it happened: June 5

 - Reem Abulleil

Follow along as we bring you updates from around the grounds at Roland-Garros 2023

Alexander Zverev, Roland-Garros 2023, fourth round© Cédric Lecocq/FFT

10:53pm Zverev to face Etcheverry in last eight

No.22 seed Alexander Zverev has reached the ninth Grand Slam quarter-final of his career, and fifth at Roland-Garros, with a smooth 6-1, 6-4, 6-3 victory over No.28 seed Grigor Dimitrov.

The German will next take on Tomas Martin Etcheverry in the last eight after the Argentine dismissed Yoshihito Nishioka 7-6(8), 6-0, 6-1 on Court Suzanne-Lenglen.

Etcheverry is through to a maiden major quarter-final and has yet to drop a set this fortnight. The 23-year-old from La Plata is now 19-12 this season, including 17-8 on clay with final showings in Santiago and Houston.

Tomas Martin Etcheverry, huitièmes de finale, Roland-Garros 2023©Corinne Dubreuil / FFT

8:15pm Iga sets up Coco rematch

Iga Swiatek's fourth round lasted just 31 minutes as her opponent, Ukrainian Lesia Tsurenko, was forced to retire from the match while trailing 1-5.

In the quarter-finals, the two-time Roland-Garros champion will square off with Coco Gauff, who lost to Swiatek in last year's final.

>> 'CONFIDENT' SWIATEK READY FOR GAUFF

7:23pm Rune edges Cerundolo in thriller

In a 3hr 59min battle, No.6 seed Holger Rune overcame Argentina's Francisco Cerundolo 7-6(3), 3-6, 6-4, 1-6, 7-6(10/7) to set up a Roland-Garros quarter-final rematch with No.4 seed Casper Ruud.

The 20-year-old Rune is just the second Danish man in history to reach multiple Grand Slam tournament quarter-finals (or better), following Kurt Nielsen, who did it four times (1953 and 1955 Wimbledon finals, 1958 semi-final and 1953 US Championships quarter-final).

>> RUNE V CERUNDOLO: THINGS WE LEARNED

6:25pm Going five on Lenglen

Cerundolo has rushed through a 28-minute fourth set to take his fourth round against Rune to a decider 6-7(3), 6-3, 4-6, 6-1. The Argentine has fired 42 winners against 37 unforced errors so far.

5:56pm Gauff into quarters for third straight year

American teenager Coco Gauff posted a 7-5, 6-2 win over Anna Karolina Schmiedlova to reach a third Roland-Garros quarter-final in as many years.

A runner-up in Paris 12 months ago, Gauff could face the woman who beat her in last year's final, Iga Swiatek, in her next match, or Ukrainian Lesia Tsurenko.

5:00pm All square on Lenglen

Argentina's world No.23 Francisco Cerundolo has levelled things up against No.6 seed Holger Rune 6-7(3), 6-3 on Court Suzanne-Lenglen.

The 24-year-old Cerundolo has the most top-10 wins (4) this season by a player ranked outside the top 20.

Francisco Cerundolo, Roland-Garros 2023, fourth round©Corinne Dubreuil / FFT

4:30pm Wheelchair draws released

The wheelchair events begin tomorrow and the draws have been unveiled.

This year, the wheelchair tennis competitions, sponsored by the Adecco Group, will feature expanded draws, going up from 12 to 16 players in men's and women's singles.

Here are the draws for all the events:

>> MEN'S WHEELCHAIR SINGLES

>> WOMEN'S WHEELCHAIR SINGLES

>> MEN'S WHEELCHAIR DOUBLES

>> WOMEN'S WHEELCHAIR DOUBLES

>> QUAD WHEELCHAIR SINGLES

>> QUAD WHEELCHAIR DOUBLES

Diede de Groot, Roland Garros 2022, women's wheelchair singles final© Cédric Lecocq/FFT

3:56pm Ruud back in the last eight

World No.4 Casper Ruud rallied back from breaks down in the second and third sets en route to a 7-6(3), 7-5, 7-5 victory over Nicolas Jarry, exacting revenge on the Chilean who had defeated him in the Geneva quarter-finals 10 days ago.

The 3hr 20min win earned Ruud a second consecutive Roland-Garros quarter-final, where he awaits No.6 seed Holger Rune or Francisco Cerundolo (update: Rune).

>> REPORT: RUUD GETS REVENGE ON JARRY

3:00pm Bia's breakthrough

After 3hr 51min - the longest women's match of the tournament - No.14 seed Beatriz Haddad Maia has become the first Brazilian woman since Maria Bueno in 1968 to reach the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam, thanks to a 6-7(3), 6-3, 7-5 victory over Spain's Sara Sorribes Tormo.

Haddad Maia is only the second Brazilian woman to reach a major quarter-final in the Open Era after Bueno, who last reached a Slam quarter-final at the 1968 US Open (went on to reach the semis). Bueno reached at least the quarters in the first three Slams of the Open Era - 1968 Roland-Garros, 1968 Wimbledon and 1968 US Open. 

Next up for Haddad Maia is Tunisian No.7 seed Ons Jabeur.

>> HADDAD MAIA: BUENO INSPIRES ME EVERY DAY

2:45pm Casper takes the second

Ruud is now 7-6(3), 7-5 up on Jarry after 2hr 9min of play on Court Philippe-Chatrier.

Meanwhile on Lenglen, Sorribes Tormo has saved three match points to hold for 4-5 in the decider, then broke Haddad Maia as the Brazilian was serving for the victory and we're back on serve at 5-5 in the third, 3hr 38min on the match clock!!

1:42pm Ruud grabs first-set tiebreak

He squandered a 3-0 lead early on but Ruud still managed to go up a set on Jarry 7-6(3) in 68 minutes. Jarry won 81 per cent of his first-serve points in that set but only 36 per cent of points on his second serve.

1:36pm Going three on Lenglen

Unsurprisingly, the fourth-round battle taking place on Court Suzanne-Lenglen is going the distance. No.14 seed Beatriz Haddad Maia has levelled the contest 6-7(3), 6-3 against Sara Sorribes Tormo. We've hit the 2hr 28min mark and we're heading into a third set.

Sara Sorribes Tormo, Roland-Garros 2023, fourth round©Corinne Dubreuil / FFT

12:48pm Early break for Ruud against Jarry

In a rematch of their Geneva quarter-final from 10 days ago, No.4 seed Casper Ruud is taking on Chilean Nicolas Jarry on Court Philippe-Chatrier.

Jarry defeated Ruud in three sets en route to clinching the title in Geneva on the eve of Roland-Garros and the Norwegian is looking to get some revenge today.

A finalist in Paris last year, Ruud has grabbed an early break of serve and is up 3-0 on his 35th-ranked opponent.

>> SOUTH AMERICANS FLY THE FLAGS

12:11pm Jabeur makes last eight for first time

With a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Pera, Jabeur secures her maiden berth in the Roland-Garros quarter-finals. The No.7 seed has now reached the last eight in all four Grand Slams.

She’ll face the winner of Sorribes Tormo and Haddad Maia, who are both in uncharted territory at this end of the draw here at Roland-Garros and are battling it out on Court Suzanne-Lenglen.

>> JABEUR-PERA REPORT

10:45am Haddad Maia, Sorribes Tormo seek maiden QF berths

Both Sorribes Tormo and Haddad Maia are featuring in the fourth round of a Grand Slam for the first time.

They are 2-2 head-to-head in previous meetings, with Sorribes Tormo winning their last two clashes, including one on clay.

No.14 seed Haddad Maia is the first Brazilian woman to reach the last 16 at Roland Garros since Patricia Medrado in 1979.

Sorribes Tormo, currently ranked 132 in the world, owns five top-20 wins most recently over No.15 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in Madrid last year.

10:40am Jabeur bids for maiden RG last-eight spot

A finalist at Wimbledon and the US Open last year, and a quarter-finalist at the Australian Open in 2020, Jabeur will be seeking a place in the last eight at Roland-Garros for the first time when she takes on American lefty Pera.

Pera is appearing in the second week of a Grand Slam for the first time and is looking to post her first top-10 win of the season, and third of her career.

Jabeur and Pera are 1-1 head-to-head in previous meetings but they haven't played each other in over four years.

Ons Jabeur, 3e tour, Roland-Garros 2023©Loïc Wacziak / FFT

Bonjour à tous!

Hello everyone and welcome to Day 9 at Roland-Garros. It's the second Monday of the Parisian Slam and more fourth round action of men's and women's singles is on the agenda.

Tunisian No.7 seed Ons Jabeur opens proceedings on Court Philippe-Chatrier at 11:00am against American lefty Bernarda Pera. Last year's finalists Casper Ruud and Coco Gauff are playing back-to-back in the day session before Alexander Zverev and Grigor Dimitrov square off in the night session.

Sara Sorribes Tormo and Beatriz Haddad Maia will kick things off for us on Court Suzanne-Lenglen, where defending champion Iga Swiatek will be playing later in the day.

Here's some essential reading material to get you going before the matches begin.

>> DAY 9 PREVIEW: THREE TO WATCH

>> DAY 8: AS IT HAPPENED

>> DIMITROV: I DON'T WANT TO MISS ANY CHANCE

>> 'BIGGER GOALS' AT PLAY FOR TSURENKO

>> CERUNDOLO OUTFOXING THE OPPOSITION

>> NISHIOKA SHOWS THE WAY

>> GAUFF: I DON'T NEED TO BE PRAISED BECAUSE OF MY AGE

>> RUNE KEEN TO MANIFEST HIS DREAMS

>> MEET MARC MAURY, THE VOICE OF ROLAND-GARROS