Nadal – Schwartzman: schedule, TV and where to watch the Roland Garros semifinals live today

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Rafa Nadal seeks his thirteenth final at Roland Garros. After defeating Jannik Sinner at dawn last Wednesday, the Spaniard is looking for a place in Sunday's final against Argentine Diego Schwartzman, who already defeated Nadal in the last Masters 1,000 in Rome

Roland Garros schedule: What time does Nadal – Schwartzman start?

The match between Rafa Nadal and Diego Schwartzman, corresponding to the Roland Garros semifinals, will be played at the Philippe Chatrier's first shift of the day this Friday, October 9 at 2:50 p.m. local and Spanish time (9:50 a.m. Argentina time).

Television: How to watch the Nadal – Schwartzman?

The match between Rafa Nadal and Diego Schwartzman will be broadcast free on the DMAX television channel and will also be able to be followed live on Eurosport 1, since it has the broadcasting rights of the tournament in Spain. The best matches of international players can be followed on Eurosport 1, while Eurosport 2 will focus on matches with Spanish participation. In addition, all the tournament matches will be available on the Eurosport Player platform to be able to enjoy them from the device that users choose and whenever they want.

Alex Corretja, Anabel Medina and Jordi Arrese repeat one more year as Eurosport experts to offer viewers the best analysis of each day together with the team of commentators made up of Álvaro Rama, Manuel Poyán, Álvaro Benito, José Manuel Díaz, Antonio Arenas, Fernando Gómez, José Luis Corral, Fernando Murciego, Francisco Trapero, Alberto Pérez, Sergio Gutiérrez, José Manuel Tallada and Rubén Fernández.

In Argentina, the meeting can be followed through the ESPN signal.

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In AS you can also follow the match between Rafa Nadal and Diego Schwartzman live. With us you will have the best minute by minute of the game, the images and videos most shocking of the meeting and the statements of the protagonists, as well as the chronicle as soon as the clash ended.