The Argentinian Diego Schwartzman presents itself as the last stumbling block of Rafa Nadal to reach the end of Roland Garros. Three weeks after leaving him out in the Foro Italico, he appears again before the Balearic Islands wanting to maintain the good tone shown in that match.

It will be a tough rival for a Nadal who arrives with less physical wear and tear than his rival, since the eternal duel that the Buenos Aires starred in with Dominic Thiem lasted beyond five hours. Unlike what happened in their last duels, the cold, of which Nadal complained bitterly, does not appear as a key factor.

If Nadal qualifies, it will be his 13th final at the Philippe Chartier, a track where he has never lost a duel on the last day of Roland Garros.

The match between Diego Schwartzman and Rafa Nadal will start from 14:50, can be seen on free-to-air television DMAX and by Eurosport 1, in addition to following the live commentary on