Stat attack: Day 8 preview

 - Alex Sharp

Some of the stand-out stats heading into Sunday's play at Roland-Garros.

Marketa Vondrousova Roland Garros 2019Marketa Vondrousova. ©Nicolas Gouhier / FFT

1 – If Stefanos Tsitsipas takes out Stan Wawrinka, the Australian Open semi-finalist will become the first Greek player in history, man or woman, to contest the quarter-finals at Roland-Garros.

3 – World No.38 Marketa Vondrousova (19) is the highest ranked teenager left in the draw. Alongside Amanda Anisimova (17) and Iga Swiatek (18) this is the first time three teenagers have advanced into the last 16 at a major since the US Open 2009.

3 – For just the third time in the Open Era, the top 10 seeds in the men's draw have all advanced to the fourth round.

7 – On Grand Slam debut world No.78 Juan Ignacio Londero is hoping to dismiss defending champion Rafael Nadal to become just the seventh man in the Open Era to reach the quarter-finals on his major debut and the first since Alex Radulescu at Wimbledon in 1996.

13Johanna Konta arrived with a 0-4 record at Roland-Garros, but has added three victories here on top of runner-up runs in Rabat and Rome to post a mightily impressive 13-3 clay court campaign so far in 2019.

22 – The number of times seventh seed Kei Nishikori has prevailed in five set matches at the majors (22-6). The Japanese star leads active players on the ATP winning 75 per cent of his matches in deciding sets (131-45). Prepare Benoit Paire to go the distance… Nishikori edged the Frenchman in five sets at Roland-Garros last summer.

58 – the number of aces Leonardo Mayer has fired down in singles play thus far, the highest from men left in the draw. The world No.68 will need as many free points as possible hoping to overturn a 0-3 head-to-head record with Roger Federer. You can check out more detailed stats here on the Infosys Slam Leaderboard.

75 – the percentage of net points won by Garbine Muguruza in her first three rounds, leading the remaining women in the draw with success in 38 of 51 points.

For the full statistical breakdown of his matches and everyone that has been played at Roland-Garros this year, you can go to the Infosys Match Centre.