The French Open 2014 is into the finals round and the live stream is online from NBC and the NBC Sports Live Extra website after being on ESPN and on the WatchESPN streaming website from Roland Garros on Saturday for the final four players and Novak Djokovic matches up with Rafael Nadal and they are all through while Simona Halep and Maria Sharapova are on the women's side and now into the finals on Saturday and Sunday.
Nadal made easy of his opponent in the first round and now he has 60 career wins and just one loss at the French Open in his career with eight titles and he is through as the top seed in the tournament. Djokovic comes in as the number two seed and he made it through, while the Aussie Open champ in Stan Wawrinka was eliminated in the first round and he looked bad, losing the final set 6-0 and now he is home from Roland Garros after losing to a player that was ranked 41st in the world. Now the number three seed is gone and players like Murray, Djokovic, Nadal and Ferrer are considered the favorites, while Federer is looking to get back into the mix of things after being shut out of the majors.
Nadal is usually a killer at Roland Garros and he will have the chance to set more records if he runs into the finals again and if he faces off against Djokovic, it could be a great battle after the way they have matched up this year already. Djokovic just defeated Nadal in the finals of the last tournament before the French Open and now Nadal will have the chance to get some revenge. The weather was not great over the first few days, but it's expected to get better and that will help a number of players who are not the best on the clay conditions.
The French Open for 2014 is live and continuing the first round on Tuesday at Roland Garros and the major tennis tournament already has had some upsets and the TV coverage and live stream will be online from ESPN, WatchESPN and the NBC Sports Network Live Extra as names like David Ferrer, Andy Murray, Sloane Stephens, Li Na, Caroline Wozniacki and Lleyton Hewitt in action and some players in action include while Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are already into the second round. The tournament coverage continues this week and heads into the semis and finals this weekend.
Nadal is looking to win his fifth straight at Roland Garros and the only time he lost was back in 2009 in the fourth round and he comes in as the defending champion, while Serena Williams won it on the women's side. Kei Nishikori also lost in the first round, while on the women's side Maria Sharapova led the way as Sabine Lisicki, Sam Stosur and Roberta Vinci all advanced. Nadal has the target on him since he has won so many times and while he has been up and down this season, he is the favorite along with Williams.