Sunday French Open Best Bets & Analysis (May 29)

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Thomas Samson/Getty. Pictured: An overhead view of Court Suzanne Lenglen at Roland Garros.

We've reached the second week of play at the French Open, and that means the fourth round has arrived.

Our analysts have found a number of plays worth making on the final day of the week that span across both the men's and women's draws.

Read on to see our best bets for the day's slate of tennis at Roland Garros.

Matches are listed in chronological order. Match times are subject to change and many will be played after the projected start time. Read here for advice on watching the French Open.

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Aliaksandra Sasnovich vs. Martina Trevisan

5 a.m. ET

The day's action kicks off with a match between two in-form players, Aliaksandra Sasnovich and Martina Trevisan.

Jon Reid provides you with the best bet to make for the early-morning contest.

Amanda Anisimova vs. Leylah Fernandez

6 a.m. ET

Amanda Anisimova has been playing brilliant tennis thus far at the French Open, but she'll have her biggest test yet via US Open finalist Leylah Fernandez.

See how Reid is betting the battle of excellent ball-strikers.

Novak Djokovic vs. Diego Schwartzman

6:30 a.m. ET

The world No. 1 could face his biggest test yet from Diego Schwartzman, but is Kenny Ducey seeing a tight match unfolding?

Read on to see where he believes the value lies.

Coco Gauff vs. Elise Mertens

7:30 a.m. ET

Coco Gauff has surpassed many people's expectations for her as she's held her own on the clay of Roland Garros.

See if David Gertler is backing her to get past Elise Mertens in round four.

Rafael Nadal vs. Felix Auger-Aliassime

9 a.m. ET

Rafael Nadal has been on cruise control as he often is in this event. Should we expect to see him get past an in-form Felix Auger-Aliassime?

Ducey has your breakdown on this one.

Jil Teichmann vs. Sloane Stephens

10:15 a.m. ET

Sloane Stephens was 0-4 on clay prior to Roland Garros this year, but she's found her form in the most important tournament.

How will she fare in this round four matchup with Jil Teichmann? Read on to see what Gertler thinks.

Carlos Alcaraz vs. Karen Khachanov

2:45 p.m. ET

Could a monster French Open upset be on the cards?

See why Luke Holmberg believes it's not impossible when Karen Khachanov takes on Carlos Alcaraz.

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