Which players reached the final and how can I watch it on UK TV?
Cameron Norrie was the furthest Briton to progress at Roland Garros, but lost to Nadal in the third round.
Britain’s No.1 Dan Evans lost to Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia while in the women’s competition Heather Watson lost to Zarina Dyas of Kazakhstan and Johanna Konta, who has only had three circuit wins this season. , was beaten by Romanian Sorana Cirstea.
Naomi Osaka steps down
World No.2 Naomi Osaka withdrew from the tournament on Monday night following backlash over her decision not to give press conferences during the tournament.
Osaka was fined for not speaking to the media after her victory on Sunday and the four Grand Slam events issued a joint statement warning she risked being denied at Roland Garros and suspended from upcoming major tournaments if she maintained her position.
In Japanese, the star explained that she had had episodes of depression since 2018 and that she would take time away from sports.
Roger Federer retires
Roger Federer went further than Osaka in Paris, reaching week two, but then announced he was retiring ahead of his scheduled fourth-round match against Matteo Berrettini on Monday.
The news is not surprising, with Federer admitting after a late-night victory over Dominik Koepfer on Saturday that he could take such a step as he feared jeopardizing his chances at Wimbledon.
When did the French Open start?
Unlike other major tournaments, the French Open starts on a Sunday and this year’s event kicked off on May 30.
Who is in the men’s final?
Novak Djokovic (Ser) (1) v Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gre) (5)
Who is in the women’s final?
Barbora Krejcikova (Cze) v Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Rus) (31)
Does Andy Murray play in Paris?
No. Murray has suffered a groin injury since March and is now focusing his efforts on Wimbledon, which begins next month.
The former world number 1 missed the Australian Open in February after contracting coronavirus.
What other big names are missing?
Two former champions, Simona Halep and Stan Wawrinka, have withdrawn due to injury.
Great Britain player Kyle Edmund has suffered injuries all year round and is also out after left knee surgery in April.
Canadian world number 14 Denis Shapovalov suffers from a shoulder injury and retired last weekend after losing to Casper Ruud at the Geneva Open.
Where to watch Roland-Garros 2021 on TV
ITV has exclusive and free live coverage of Roland-Garros from Sunday May 30.
Presenter John Inverdale leads the broadcast team including British Fed Cup captain Anne Keothavong, 2013 Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli, four-time Grand Slam winner Jim Courier, former Andy Murray coach Mark Petchey, Fabrice Santoro and former British number one Samantha Smith.
Nick Mullins and Jonathan Overend will be in the comments box, with reporter Celina Hinchcliffe on hand.
Eurosport also has live coverage on its channels and online player. Access to Eurosport Player costs Â£ 6.99 per month or Â£ 39.99 per year.
Eurosport is also available through Amazon Prime Video with a seven-day free trial of the Eurosport add-on and a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime.
Alternatively, bookmark this page and come back Sunday afternoon for our ongoing blog, with game-by-game updates and reactions.