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Diego Schwartzman vs Stefanos Tsitsipas is FREE to watch with Servus TV in Austria, and 9Now in Australia. In the US, the streaming service Peacock is your best bet for today's French Open matches. UK viewers can tune in on Eurosport via Discovery+. Use a VPN to watch your regular free stream from anywhere, if you happen to be away from home.
It's a glorious day on court Suzanne Lenglen with both players relatively fresh after their second round exertions. The winner is drawn to meet the victor of Fabio Fognini and Sebastian Ofner, who are on court now, in the fourth round. Both will be keen to avoid a five-setter ahead of that match which should take place on Sunday.
The players are out on court and the match is underway.
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If it's French Open pedigree you want on Friday afternoon, then look no further than the third round men's singles clash between Diego Schwartzman and Stefanos Titsipas this afternoon. The Argentine baseline scuttler reached the last four of Roland Garros in 2020, while the Greek Adonis reached the final a year after that. It's a fascinating clash of styles, too, with Tsitsipas a natural born shot maker. Definitely one not to miss.
Diego Schwartzman may be struggling to maintain a place in the world top 100 that he's kept since 2017, but the Argentine has enjoyed a return to form at Roland Garros. The 30-year-old came into the clay court season's blue riband event with a record of just five wins and 14 defeats in 2023 but his first round defeat of 32nd seed Bernabe Zapata Miralles seems to have lit a fire under him. Schwartzman came from two sets down to beat the Spaniard and showed all his experience to back up that victory with an altogether more routine win against Nuno Borges in the second round. Standing just 5ft 7in tall, el Peque has the belligerent never-say-die spirit that can trouble any opponent on his day.
Stefanos Tsitsipas loves it out on the dirt. Monte Carlo Masters winner in 2021 and 2022, the Greek was runner-up to Novak Djokovic in the 2021 Roland Garros final and also lost to the Serb in this season Australian Open showpiece. A tall shot maker with a powerful forehand and single-handed backhand from the Gods, Tsitsipas has always had the talent to go as far as he wants in the game and is slowly backing that up with consistent performances. The 24-year-old has also won the most recent clay-court meeting between the players, coming back from 4-0 down in the final set to beat Schwartzman en route to his most recent Monte Carlo triumph last spring.
Here's how to watch a Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas live stream from anywhere. It's third on Court Suzanne Lenglen, not before 2.30pm BST.
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Watch Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas in Australia
If you're in Australia, Channel 9 and the 9Now streaming service is covering much of the 2023 French Open live and for free.
Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas is expected to start no earlier than 11.30pm AEST on Friday evening. It will follow the Stephens vs Putintseva match, which is second on Court Suzanne Lenglen and not expected before 10.15pm.
Local streaming service Stan Sport will provide paid live coverage of Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas and the French Open, plus plenty of football, rugby and other sports besides.
To begin with, there's a Stan 7-day free trial. After that, you choose your base package and the necessary sport add-on costs AU$10 a month on top (so, from $20 a month in total).
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Watch Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas in US
Tennis fans in the US can watch the 2023 French Open on Peacock TV, which streams the whole tournament, plus regular TV channel NBC.
Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas is expected to start no earlier than 9.30am EDT / 6.30am PDT early on Friday morning. It will follow the Stephens vs Putintseva match, which is second on Court Suzanne Lenglen and gets underway not before 8.15am EDT / 5.15am PDT.
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Watch Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas: live stream in the UK
The 2023 French Open is being shown live on Eurosport via Discovery+.
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Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas is expected to start no earlier than 2.30pm BST on Friday. It will follow the Stephens vs Putintseva match, which is second on Suzanna Lenglen and won't start before 1.15pm.
Don't forget: Austrian tennis fans travelling abroad can use a VPN to stream the free Servus TV coverage from overseas. Full details just above.