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By Mike Henson

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  1. Coming up

    Stefanos Tsitsipas

    Sixth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and Filip Krajinovic have just resumed their match from last night, with the Greek two sets up.

    World number ones Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka are in action against Salvatore Caruso and Katerina Siniakova respectively, while Dominic Thiem, Juan Martin del Potro and Madison Keys are also in action.

    Check back here later for full reports and reaction.

  2. Post update

    World number nine Elina Svitolina has written her fourth column for BBC Sport.

    She talks about her concerns a knee injury may disrupt the grass-court season, what went wrong against Spain's Garbine Muguruza, how living in London has led to British habits and paying 12,000 euros (£10,500) for a young Ukrainian player to have surgery on a serious injury.

    Have a read here.

    Elina Svitolina lunges for the ball
  3. Right now

    Alexander Zveev

    Over on Court Suzanne-Lenglen, combustable ninth seed Fabio Fognini is level pegging with Spanish battler Robert Bautista Agut deep in the first set.

    Fifth seed Alexander Zverev is a set up against Dusan Lajovic, and has just taken a break to lead 3-1 in the second.

    You can follow all those over here on our live scores page.

  4. Up next...

    It is either Puerto Rico's Monica Puig or Poland's Iga Swiatek up next for Simona Halep in the last 16.

  5. 'It was tough'

    Halep 6-2 6-1 Tsurenko

    Simona Halep: "It was a tough match even if the scoreline does not show it. Every day in my life I have that image of me winning last year in my mind, it was my greatest moment of my career and it was all the more satisfying for having won here in the juniors as well."

  6. Zverev fights back to take first set

    Zverev 6-4 Lajovic

    Good news for any Alexander Zverev fans - the fifth seed seems to have got himself out of that early hole and has fought back from a break down to take the first set against Dusan Lajovic.

  7. Post update

    Russell Fuller

    BBC tennis correspondent at Roland Garros

    She's got this one done very quickly. It was never really a contest, she won that as comfortably as we expected.

  8. Game, set and match

    Halep 6-2 6-1 Tsurenko

    Simona Halep runs down a drop-shot and thumps away a backhand to finally put a lid on the match and book her place in the fourth round.

    Simona Halep
  9. Tsurenko saves two match points

    *Halep 6-2 5-1 Tsurenko

    Lesia Tsurenko saves a couple of match points on her own serve with some devil-may-care hitting.

    We are back to deuce.

    But here comes another match point for Halep...

  10. Tsurenko breaks

    Halep 6-2 5-1 *Tsurenko

    Well, well, well.

    No-one saw that coming. Simona Halep, who has struggled to get over the line in the past, coughs up a horrible break.

    An error-strewn game in a mostly blemish-free performance.

    But surely it is only prolonging Lesia Tsurenko's demise...

    Lesia Tsurenko
  11. Halep breaks

    *Halep 6-2 5-0 Tsurenko

    Lesia Tsurenko has 40-15, but Simona Halep is not going to let her onto the second-set scoreboard even from there.

    The Romanian reels her in once more and is just a service game away.

    Even allowing for Lesia Tsurenko's misfiring, this has been a hugely impressive display.

  12. Post update

    Eleanor Crooks

    Tennis correspondent for the Press Association on BBC Radio 5 Live commentary

    She'll want to get this wrapped up inside the hour and it looks like she's going to do that.

  13. Halep holds

    Halep 6-2 4-0 *Tsurenko

    A steamroller would feel like the appropriate analogy to use for Simona Halep progress through this match, but for the fact the Romanian is moving towards victory a lot faster than that.

    Another service game sorted in fuss-free style.

    Simona Halep
  14. Post update

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Roland Garros

    Not a surprise Tsurenko needs some medical attention - whatever the reason.

    The Ukrainian almost stopped during one point in that last game, pausing for what seemed a second or two before realising she could actually reach a Halep return.

    She is laid flat out on a towel spread over the red dirt, receiving treatment.

  15. Medical time-out for Tsurenko

    *Halep 6-2 3-0 Tsurenko

    A tactical time-out perhaps?

    Lesia Tsurenko announces she has a tweak in her thigh and the trainer is on to massage out the gremlins.

    As she munches a banana flat on her back on the clay, can she figure out a way to at least prolong this match?

    At the moment it is disappearing fast in the rear view mirror...

  16. Post update

    Eleanor Crooks

    Tennis correspondent for the Press Association on BBC Radio 5 Live commentary

    I think Halep showed there that if she really needs to she can step up one or even two levels.

    Simona Halep
  17. Halep breaks

    *Halep 6-2 3-0 Tsurenko

    Can Lesia Tsurenko finally hold serve?

    It is looking promising for her as a Simona Halep return sits up and begs to be put away in the front court at 30-30...

    But the Ukrainian swats her forehand wide and the chance slips down the swanny.

    Halep whisks away another break and is 3-0 up in the second set after just nine minutes.

  18. Post update

    Jonathan Jurejko

    BBC Sport at Roland Garros

    The draw is opening up further for Simona Halep.

    If, as it looks, she gets past Tsurenko then she won't face another seed until the semi-finals.

    That's when Naomi Osaka, Serena Williams or Ash Barty might appear.

  19. Post update

    Eleanor Crooks

    Tennis correspondent for the Press Association on BBC Radio 5 Live commentary

    Halep just looks in complete control of this match, she is not under any pressure at all.

  20. What happened yesterday

    Friday was a great day for British number one Johanna Konta, who reached the French Open fourth round for the first time.

    Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal created yet more history as they reached the fourth round for a record 14th time.

    But it was less happy times for some of the women's top 10 seeds, with Karolina Pliskova and Elina Svitolina both knocked out.

    Konta celebrates