The French Open finals are live on Sunday for the men's side of the draw and Roland Garros coverage picks up on NBC and the NBC Sports Network with Rafael Nadal against Novak Djokovic after Maria Sharpova won against Simona Halep for the major championship on Saturday and now Dojo and Rafa will be playing in the final for the men's draw and Nadal's five straight titles are on the line.
Things were live on Thursday from Roland Garros in Paris for the women's side of the draw and the coverage on ESPN and WatchESPN starts at 9 am with Maria Sharapova playing against Eugenie Bouchard on Philippe Chatrier in the first match and Simona Halep playing Andrea Petkovic after that to see who will match up in the finals for the major championship.
Sharapova comes in as the most high profile player left on the women's side and she is not even the highest seed, with Halep coming in at number four and now the women will try and win at Roland Garros on Thursday. Serena Williams was eliminated in the first week and that means there will be a new champion in the French on the women's side, while Rafael Nadal is still alive on the men's draw. Sharapova is looking to take advantage of the upsets in the tournament with another win here.
Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Ernests Gulbis and Andy Murray are through on the men's side and those matches will be on Friday. The finals are over the weekend and Nadal is looking to win his fifth straight French Open to be the first player to do that and he likely will have to go up against Djokovic to do it.