Jun 1, 2013; Paris, France; Rafael Nadal (ESP) reacts during his match against Fabio Fognini (ITA) on day seven of the 2013 French Open at Roland Garros. Mandatory Credit: Susan Mullane-USA TODAY Sports

French Open Tennis 2013 Men's Semifinal: Live Stream, TV Schedule, Start Time and More

While the women’s semifinals at the 2013 French Open take place on Thursday, the men will prepare for their shot at the finals on Friday morning and early afternoon. In the best match up of the day, last year’s champion and No. 3 seed Rafael Nadal will face off against the world’s No. 1 tennis player in Novak Djokovic, while No. 4 David Ferrer takes on No. 6 ranked Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

The Nadal vs. Djokovic match up is the best match up of the tournament with the bitter rivals going after each other, but no one should sleep on the second semifinal match.

How can you make sure that you don’t miss a second of today’s great match ups? Here is all of the information that you will need to tune in to the action.

Date: Friday, June 7
Match Time: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. ET
Paris, France
Venue: Roland Garros
TV Info: 
Live Stream: NBC Sports Live Extra

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  • Randall Moon

    It looks like we in the USA won’t be able to watch the semifinals on TV live? Is that right? You mention we can see it on live “streaming,” but I don’t want to watch on my computer. The fact that NBC isn’t airing the match until 11:00 means that it’s a delayed broadcast. The semifinals begin at 1:00 pm Paris time which is 7:00 am EST in the USA. Why can’t NBC show it LIVE at 7:00 am? OR let someone else, like the Tennis channel show it at that time for us die-hards? I hate those greedy bastards at NBC.

    • Kenton Campbell

      Because they chose the Tsonga match him being the first french
      man blah blah blah. So stupid…

      • Randall Moon

        I feel a little stupid now. Imagine my surprise when I turn on the Tennis channel this morning and the semi-final is in process! At 11:00, they turn it over to NBC. Yet for some reason this site and other didn’t post that information.