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Is the French Open on TV? Channel, streaming and how to watch Roland Garros online

There will be a new French Open men’s singles champion after Novak Djokovic withdrew from the tournament due to injury after playing two epic five-set matches in a row.

The defending champion underwent an MRI scan after his fourth-round victory over Francisco Cerundolo and it revealed a “torn medial meniscus”, forcing him to withdraw from his quarter-final match.

Women’s champion Iga Swiatek remains the favorite to defend her title and make it three in a row in Paris, but faces a semi-final against Coco Gauff.

Swiatek had to save match point in a thriller against Naomi Osaka earlier in the tournament, but has been in top form since.

Here’s everything you need to know

Is the French Open on TV? Where to look

You can watch the French Open live on Discovery+ and Eurosport in the UK. The action will be broadcast on Eurosport’s TV channels, or fans can tune into Discovery+ to stream the tournament, where an Entertainment & Sport pass is available for £6.99/month or £59.99/year.

Watch every moment of Roland-Garros LIVE and exclusively on discovery+Eurosport and Eurosport app

French Open: Tournament schedule

Thursday June 6: Women’s singles, semi-finals

Friday June 7: Men’s singles, semi-finals

Saturday June 8

11 a.m.: Wheelchair final

Not before 3 p.m.: Women’s singles final

No later than 5 p.m.: Men’s doubles final

Sunday June 9

11.30 am: Women’s doubles final

No later than 3 p.m.: Men’s singles final