We’re waiting with bated breath to find out the results of the Paris tennis tournament, the Roland Garros French Open 2014. This summer tournament has gripped avid tennis fans from the 25th May and now ends this Sunday 8th June in a battle of the best, on the Philippe-Chatrier court in central Paris for the final.
Today, we’re on edge of our seats as the semi-finals will take place to determine who will compete in the grand finale of the Roland – Garros Tournament 2014 for a chance at winning the title. Playing today is Spain’s favourite Rafael Nadal against Scotland’s Andy Murray at 3pm; after world number two Novak Djokovic plays the Latvian, Ernestis Gulbis at midday. Whoever comes out on top will take to the court on Sunday to fight it out for the 2014 Cup. You better hope they’ve warmed up properly, because they’re heading straight onto Wimbledon in a few weeks, too…
Paris is a great city to go to for a weekend city break and there’s plenty to do for a fun-filled, sightseeing-packed itinerary. If you’re lucky enough to have tickets to this event, well done. Otherwise, there are plenty of other things to be doing in central Paris as you await the results this weekend. Take advantage of the sun and head out to the Tuileries Gardens for a picnic, or have a stroll around the Louvre and take in some of the world’s most famous masterpieces, from Venus de Milo to Mona Lisa.
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