Novak Djokovic and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga battle it out for a place in the quarterfinal of the 2014 Roland Garros at Court Philippe Chatrier, Paris, on Sunday.
Where to Watch Live
The play is scheduled to start at 3:30pm BST. Live coverage will be on ITV 3 or British Eurosport 2. Radio commentary, regular updates and live scores are available on Roland Garros' official website.
It took Djokovic 191 minutes to overcome Marin Cilic in the third round as the world no 2 progressed into the pre-quarterfinals of the 2014 French Open for the fourth year in a row.
After winning the first two sets, 6-3, 6-2, the 27-year-old Serbian conceded the third set losing 6-7 (2-7) in the tiebreaker. The six-time Grand Slam winner withstood the Croatian's attempts to force a fifth set and clinched the match, 6-4 on Friday.
Meanwhile, Tsonga got the better of Jerzy Janowicz in the third round in straight sets. The French hopeful, who reached the semi-finals of this tournament last year, took just over two hours to register a 6-4, 6-4, 6-3, win against the world no 23.
Djokovic and Tsonga have a good history of clashes in the past. The Serbian will be gunning to secure his 10th straight victory against the 29-year-old. The winner from this fourth round fixture will take on the winner between Milos Raonic and Marcel Granollers in the quarterfinals.
Djokovic holds a 11-5 lead over Tsonga in overall meetings. The duo have clashed four times in Grand Slam events where the Serbian has a 3-1 record.
Djokovic holds a comfortable 5-0 lead in the last five meetings against Tsonga.
Roland Garros History
Djokovic and Tsonga have clashed once in Paris where the Serbian emerged triumphant after a five set battle.
What They Say
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: "I've beaten him several times, but not in the big moments. If there is one player who has ruined my career it's him! If I could tip the scales back in my favour it'd be cool. With Novak, you have to fear him in many regards, but I will have to pay attention to myself. I will have to be focused from the first point to the last point. I shouldn't give him some free points. Of course, I have to produce a great match in order to defeat him."