Rafael Nadal vs Pablo Carreno Busta

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However, he will also have to contend with the wind and rain after inclement conditions on Tuesday forced authorities to postpone their match until Wednesday.

The Spaniard has dropped just 20 games on his route to the last eight and is odds-on favourite to complete ‘La Decima’ by adding his 10th Roland Garros title.

Carreno Busta is the lowest seeded player remaining the men’s draw, having coming into the competition ranked 21st in the world, and has never reached this stage of any major before.

And in his three previous meetings with Nadal, he has won just one set and that came on the hard courts of Doha – both of their clay-court encounters have been straight-set affairs.

Rafael Nadal v Pablo Carreno Busta: French Open latest updates

5.10pm: Oh dear. Well on the positive side of things, we don’t have to wait around all afternoon for Nadal.

The two Spaniards have been sent home for the day with more rain forecast this evening.

French Open authorities are still hopeful of completing the two women’s quarter-finals but the men will have to wait until tomorrow. See you then!

4.55pm: The sun is out but apparently there is more rain imminent so the pleasant conditions are just temporary.

They have again pushed the ‘no play before’ time to 5.30pm and if the rain stays off then they might hit that.

But the local meteorologists reckon there is precipitation in the offing. We’ll see…

4.35pm: Aaaaand it’s not getting any better. I’ve seen hail in some pictures of Roland Garros which would suggest this is a pretty punchy set of showers.

The powers-that-be say no play scheduled before 5pm. I’m not expecting this to be their last update in terms of a later start time, I’m afraid.

3.55pm: Not great news from Roland Garros so far. The covers had come off but now the Parisian weather has turned and it is hosing it down again.

Sit tight but this won’t be a short one I feel. It’s really very moist.

3.10pm: A weather update from Paris. It is windy, rainy, sunny and calm. Often all at the same time. Changeable is perhaps the best way to describe it.

The tennis authorities at Roland Garros say play will not start again before 4.45pm local time – that’s 3.45pm over in the UK