The quarterfinal round of the 2011 French Open kicks off on Tuesday with live action from Roland Garros. Roger Federer is the top seed in action as he faces the top Frenchman in the field, Gael Monfils. While that should be an interesting match, the serious match is the continuation of Andy Murray's battle with Viktor Troicki. The match is tied at two sets apiece as Murray has bounced back from a two set deficit to event things up. You can view the entire day six schedule at rolandgarros.com. Coverage will once again be featured on the Tennis Channel (on TV and online) and ESPN2 (on TV and online).
Tuesday television coverage will start a bit later. It opens on the Tennis Channel beginning at 5:00am pacific and lasting until 9am pacific. Tennis Channel live coverage will be preceded by French Open Tonight, which will provide previews and updates heading into Wednesday's coverage. If you don't get the sports package that includes the Tennis Channel, or you'll be away from your TV during the coverage, tennischannel.com is kind enough to provide a free live online stream of their coverage.
ESPN2 will pick up coverage beginning at 9am pacific and lasting until 3:30pm pacific. If you're away from your TV or don't have cable, you can watch a live online stream of ESPN2's coverage. The Tennis Channel will follow ESPN2's live coverage with three and a half hours of French Open Tonight, wrapping up day five action.
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