The French player Gaël Monfils was to face Holger Rune, during this new evening of competition. However, due to a partial tear of the ligaments, the Frenchman was forced to forfeit. Thus, the organizers invited Alexander Zverev and Alex Molcan, for this fourth evening session. Alexander Zverev is playing for the eighth time at Roland Garros. In 2021 and 2022, the German player reached the semi-finals. This 2023 edition is therefore an opportunity for him to aim for a place in the final, in order to win a twentieth singles title. His entry into the tournament came against Lloyd Harris. The German emerged victorious from this confrontation, winning all three sets (7-6, 7-6, 6-1). Alex Molcan equalled his record from last year. In the first round, the Slovak won against Hugo Gaston, in 2 hours 23 minutes (1-6, 6-7, 4-6). It is therefore a high-stakes match that awaits the two men. Would you like to attend the meeting between Alexander Zverev and Alex Molcan? In these lines, we tell you everything you need to know, including what time and on which channel to watch the match, live this Thursday night!
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Live broadcast of the Zverev – Molcan match: which channel to go to?
The match between Alexander Zverev and Alex Molcan is broadcast tonight, live on Amazon Prime Video. The match will be played on the clay of Court Philippe-Chatrier, starting at 20:15 p.m.
From 20 pm, the organizers of Roland-Garros immerse you in the atmosphere of this night session, with a new and interactive show. Every day, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Marion Bartoli and the other Prime Video consultants decipher the news and results of the matches. For their part, reporters Antoine Benneteau, Virginie Sainsily and Paul de Saint Sernin are at the edge of the field, and collect the first impressions of the players.
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