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Published Time: 05.06.2024 - 06:14:27 Modified Time: 05.06.2024 - 06:14:27

The women's semifinals will be played on Thursday, June 6. Coco Gauff, Ons Jabeur

The Pole is on a quest to capture her fourth French Open singles title, a number that would put her past Serena Williams for Grand Slams won in Paris.

Only two women left may be able to stop her run. Here's how to catch the French Open women's semifinals action:

The women's semifinals will be played on Thursday, June 6.

The first semifinal is between No. 1 Iga Swiatek and No. 3 Coco Gauff, while the second semifinal has not been determined yet.

It will be between the winners of No. 12 Jasmine Paolini-No. 4 Elena Rybakina and Mirra Andreeva-No.2 Aryna Sabalenka.

The French Open airs live on NBC, Peacock and the Tennis Channel from Roland Garros in Paris. 

The tournament will also stream on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app.

The broadcast schedule for the women's semifinals and final is as follows: 

Swiatek holds a 10-1 win-loss record against Gauff, with two of the wins coming from the two previous French Opens.

While Gauff brings much talent to the table, it has become quite apparent that Switaek has her number, only dropping two sets in the 11 times they have played.

Between Swiatek's confidence, versatility and firepower, it is hard to see anyone taking her down at the French Open.

Prediction: Swiatek beats Gauff 6-3, 6-4

Chris Evert, the Queen of Clay, holds the record with seven French Open singles titles. The rest of the best are as follows:

1. Chris Evert, 7

T-2. Suzanne Lenglen, 6

T-2. Steffi Graf, 6

T-4. Margaret Court, 5

T-4. Adine Masson, 5

T-6. Justine Henin, 4

T-6. Helen Wills Moody, 4

T-6. Jeanne Matthey, 4