- (Reuters/Eddie Keogh)
The French Open 2013 continues Wednesday with the Men's quarter-finals set to be completed with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic each playing in their various matches. All the action can be watched online through free live stream (details below).
Nadal will be going up against Stan Wawrinka, and will be hoping that he can progress and continue on his way to another title at Roland Garros. The reigning champion has an amazing record against Wawrinka, and has never lost to him over their nine matches to date. Interestingly Nadal has also never even lost a set to his opponent today.
Wawrinka meanwhile, is hoping he can pull off a shock; he is playing some of his best tennis of his career right now, and will want to put up a bigger fight than in the past against the Spaniard.
Wawrinka defeated Andy Murray, and pushed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, and he also defeated David Ferrer to win the Portugal Open. Also at the Mutua Mardid Open he made the final, before eventually falling to Nadal.
In the other men's quarter-final today Novak Djokovic will be playing against German Tommy Haas. The world number 1 will be the big favorite against the No. 12 seed, and will be looking to progress to a semi-final against the winner of the Nadal vs Wawrinka match.
If Djokovic and Nadal both progress today then they will face one another in the semi-finals, in what would be a repeat of last year's final, where Nadal ended up winning through over four sets. Djokovic will be desperate to gain revenge for that loss last year but he will be up against possibly the greatest ever clay court player in Nadal, and the Spaniard's form at Roland Garros is simply amazing.
The French Open 2013 can be watched online through free live stream, with the Rafael Nadal vs Stan Wawrinka match available to watch by clicking here, and the Vovak Djokovic vs Tommy Haas match available to watch by clicking here.