Rafael Nadal hammered Novak Djokovic in a flawless display of clay-court tennis as he stormed to a sensational 13th French Open title.
World number one Novak Djokovic stands between Rafael Nadal and a record-extending 13th French Open title after both reached the men's singles final in Paris today.
Iga Świątek and Sofia Kenin will meet in a youthful French Open final after recording straight-sets victories in the women's singles semi-finals at Roland Garros.
Twelve-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal has complained that conditions were "too cold" and "dangerous" during his quarter-final against Jannik Sinner.
Third seeds Dominic Thiem of Austria and Elina Svitolina of Ukraine both suffered defeats on a marathon day of French Open quarter-final action, which ended with victory for Rafael Nadal at 1.26am local time, as the tournament recorded its latest ever finish for a day's play.
Novak Djokovic accidentally struck a line judge with a ball during his latest straight sets win at the French Open, as the world number one continued his record of not yet having dropped a set in the tournament.
Polish teenager Iga Swiatek produced the biggest shock of the French Open so far as she comprehensively beat women's top seed Simona Halep in the fourth round of the year's final Grand Slam.