French Open 2012 Preview: Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic Headline Tuesday Action

There will be four singles matchups taking place in the quarterfinals of the 2012 French Open this Tuesday at Roland Garros. Two of the matchups will be on the men's side, two will take place on the women's side.

For the ATP matches, Novak Djokovic from Serbia looks to continue his quest to complete his personal Grand Slam (and own all four Grand Slams at once) by taking on the crowd favorite, the Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Also Roger Federer (third to Djokovic and Rafael Nadal) matches up with Juan Martin del Potro from Spain.

On the WTA side, Angelique Kerber from Germany will be facing Sara Errani from Italy, and Samantha Stosur from Australia will look at Dominika Cibulkova from Slovakia. You can watch most of the action on the Tennis Channel and ESPN2, as well as checking out online streams at ESPN3.

You can find a complete scoreboard for the French Open here.

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