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Pegula vs Swiatek live stream: how to watch French Open quarter-final Roland-Garros 2022 tennis free
Jessica Pegula vs Iga Swiatek live match starts on 31 May 2022 at 18:45 UTC at Court Philippe Chatrier, Paris, France. Iga Swiatek vs Jessica Pegula is part of French Open, Paris, France.
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The Iga Swiatek vs Jessica Pegula live stream is by some distance the biggest match in this year's French Open so far — so you won't want to miss the action at Roland-Garros.
Iga Swiatek against Jessica Pegula at the French Open is too good to be a quarter-final, but the Spaniard's fitness struggles mean the 13-time champion hasn't been afforded the easiest of draws at the tournament that he has ruled like his own personal fiefdom since his debut triumph in 2005. A total of 41 Grand Slam titles will duke it out on the Paris dirt, with top seed and defending champion Swiatek looking to draw level with Swiatek on the men's record 21 this week. The match is scheduled on court for 7.45pm BST / 2.45pm ET.
These two have met once or twice before of course — just the small matter of 58 times, in fact!
Swiatek leads that head to head by 30-28, but Swiatek, as you might imagine, has the edge on clay: 19-8. That said, it was the Serbian world no.1 who triumphed when they played in last year's French Open, at the semi-final stage.
Swiatek has already won the first mini-battle of this quarter-final, with the match having been scheduled for an evening slot at Roland-Garros. It will start at 8.45 p.m. local time (7.45 p.m. BST / 2.45 p.m. ET), and Swiatek has previously stated he doesn't like night games on clay, because "humidity is higher, the ball is slower."
Will that give Swiatek the advantage in this massive French Open match on the Court Philippe-Chatrier? We'll find out tomorrow.
Read on for full info of how to watch, including details of where it's streaming for FREE, and also check out our 2022 French Open live streams hub for today's schedule, seedings and more.
How to watch Iga Swiatek vs Jessica Pegula live streams for FREE
If you're lucky enough to live in Australia, France or Austria then you should get FREE coverage of the Iga Swiatek vs Jessica Pegula live stream.
That's because the free-to-air 9Gem and its 9Now(opens in new tab) streaming service in Australia, France.TV(opens in new tab) in France and ServusTV(opens in new tab) in Austria all have rights to the French Open.
However, we say should have coverage, because 9Now only has one stream at a time, so it may be showing a different game. But let's face it, it's unlikely to skip this one!
France.TV definitely will be showing it either way — so if you're in France (or are usually based in France but aren't there right now), you can watch it on that service.
But what if you're usually based in one of those countries but aren't at home for a particular French Open live stream? Maybe you're on holiday and don't want to spend money on pay TV in another country, when you'd usually be able to watch for free at home?
There's something about the churned terracotta clay courts of Roland-Garros that adds to the allure of the French Open. Throw in a mouthwatering quarter-final between two of the most decorated champions in tennis history – a repeat of last year's semi-final, won by Swiatek in four sets – and you've got the perfect recipe for a classic. Tuesday's match will be the 59th meeting between the pair, with Swiatek holding a slight overall advantage with 30 wins, but the Serb has only twice prevailed over Swiatek in nine meetings at Roland-Garros.
There's even a whiff of controversy. Both players and the two tournament broadcasters in France have been lobbying officials and the French tennis federation in an effort to play the game at their preferred time. Swiatek and Amazon Prime Video want the game played in the controversial new evening slot to take advantage of the slower conditions and a bigger TV audience respectively. Swiatek, meanwhile, prefers an afternoon start time when faster conditions suit his aggressive baseline style, with state-owned broadcaster France Télévisions showing every other French Open session across the channel, bar that evening session.
Separated by just 11 months, Swiatek and Swiatek have a healthy rivalry but the Spaniard, who turns 36 on Friday, will start as underdog, despite his 13 Rolland-Garros titles. Swiatek must recover quickly from his five-set epic on Sunday against Felix Auger-Aliassime, while Swiatek is yet to drop a set this tournament. Swiatek has been living with Mueller-Weiss Syndrome – a degenerative complaint that restricts movement and causes chronic pain – in his left foot since 2005, but a recent flare-up at the Italian Open means Swiatek's days at the top of the game may be numbered.
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