Just four swashbucklers remain in the hunt for the Coupe des Mousquetaires, with the first of the French Open semi finals underway at midday.
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Over 40.5 games in Jo-Wilfried Tsonga v Stanislas Wawrinka @ 17/20
Home favourite Tsonga came through an epic last-eight date with Kei Nishikori to claim victory in five sets and looks nailed on to go the full five once again.
Five of his past seven meetings with Wawrinka, a straight-sets conqueror of Roger Federer in the quarters, have gone the distance, including not one, but two Roland Garros clashes, in 2011 and 2012.
One of the remainder, their most recent meeting, went four sets.
Wawrinka has been largely business-like so far in Paris, winning all bar one of his outings within the minimum of fuss, but came close to going four deep against Federer last time out, eventually sealing victory on a tiebreak in the third.
Third-set wobbles when two to the good have also undermined Tsonga, notably prone to drama at the business end of Grand Slams, against Nishikori and Tomas Berdych in the last two rounds.
The stage looks set for another marathon on Court Philippe Chatrier.
A first-set tiebreak in Novak Djokovic v Andy Murray @ 15/4
Born seven days apart, the pair have now met no fewer than 27 times on the senior tour, with Djokovic prevailing 19 times to Murray’s eight.
The Serb has won their last seven completed competitive duels since losing to his rival at Wimbledon in 2013 and each of their three past meetings on clay.
Despite the Djoker’s present dominance, his recent clashes with Murray have usually been close, particularly at Grand Slams, with their two post-All England Club major meetings going to four sets.
This is especially true of first sets between the pair, with 11 of their 14 tussles dating back to the Olympics of 2012 requiring the victor to take seven games.
Meanwhile, four of their last five Slam face-offs have required a tiebreak to call a conclusion to the opening stanza.