French Open Live Stream :- Coverage of day nine's play at Roland Garros begins at 5 a.m. ET on ESPN2, before switching to the Tennis Channel at 10 a.m. A free live stream will be available throughout the day on TennisChannel.com. ESPN3 will also have live streaming coverage.
After Novak Djokovic survived a two-set hole against Andreas Seppi on Sunday, his main rival for the French Open crown, Rafael Nadal, will be hoping for smoother progress in his fourth round outing.
The six-time French Open champion's opponent on Court Suzanne Lenglen on Monday will be Argentine Juan Monaco. The pair have met four times previously, with Monaco's only win coming when Nadal was forced to retire. And, while the 13th seed will have been buoyed by a hard-fought five-set victory over Milos Raonic in the last round, the four and a half hours he spent on court is likely to count against him against a player in Nadal that makes an opponent work like no other.
The 17th seed can mix it with the best on his day, but has often been criticized for a lack of mental toughness. Gasquet has also come asunder by a lack of conditioning in the past, as testified by the fact that Murray has twice come from two sets down to overcome the Frenchman.
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