Novak Djokovic v Diego Schwartzman live update: follow all the action live
Djokovic has seen off Marcel Granollers and Joao Sousa already this week and is looking for his third scalp to send him into the fourth round of the French Open.
If Djokovic makes it through he would face the winner of Lucas Pouille and Albert Ramos Vinolas next.
Djokovic will have seen bits of Rafael Nadal in imperious form earlier today knowing they could meet at the quarter-final stage.
And the Serb will be looking to put on a show himself when he gets going today.
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*Djokovic 4-4 Schwartzman: The 24-year-old consolidates his break by rallying from 0-30 and holding with four straight points.
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"It seems like the whole of France are willing Kristina Mladenovic through on Court Suzanne Lenglen. Shelby Rogers was serving for the set when the home no. 4 seed rattled off 10 points in a row, including a lucky net cord, to level up the match.
"Today was billed as something of a national celebration on Roland Garros’s second court, with Lucas Pouille up next, and Mladenovic nearly pooped the party before it had even got going.
"She points to her forehead as she levels the third-set at 5-5 but Rogers is not about to roll over, however much her opponent focuses."
Djokovic 4-3 Schwartzman*: Game on! Schwartzman looks to have let another opportunity slip as 0-15 and 15-30 becomes 30-30 but he doesn't give up and forces the defending champion into two errors that hand him a break back.
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We're on serve again.
*Djokovic 4-2 Schwartzman: Another ace firms up Schwartzman's service game before a Djokovic unforced error allows him to hold.
Djokovic 4-1 Schwartzman*: The trailing Schwartzman gets himself an immediate break-back point but squanders it with a wayward forehand and a couple of big Djokovic winners gets him out of the game.
Rain is imminent and even beginning to fall. We might not be out here much longer although there is a chance it might blow around Roland Garros. The showers are very scattered.
*Djokovic 3-1 Schwartzman: And Djokovic breaks.
That is a cumulative build-up on the serve of Schwartzman who struggled to hold in the first game and then had a very brief respite thanks to Djokovic's speedy hold.
The Serb jumps out to 0-40 and then jumps all over a second serve to take an early lead.
Djokovic 2-1 Schwartzman*: The pressure is straight back on the young Argentinian as Djokovic holds to love.
*Djokovic 1-1 Schwartzman: Not quite so smooth for Schwartzman who is pushed to deuce on his opening service game.
He saves a break point as Djokovic goes long with a backhand and then seals the game with an ace.
Djokovic 1-0 Schwartzman*: A relatively smooth start for the world No2 against his 5ft7 opponent. Drops just the one point.
It's raining a lot to the west of Roland Garros but not on Chatrier at present.
2.10pm: These two have met once before, at the US Open in 2014, when Djokovic breezed through in straight sets and dropped just seven games.
And there is rain in the air by the way. The sun is out at the moment but there are some very dark, threatening clouds around and storms are forecast.
Djokovic to serve first…
2pm: Novak Djokovic v Diego Schwartzman is underway shortly after Rafael Nadal polished off Nikoloz Basilashvili in just 90 minutes for the loss of just one game.
The next match is out on court and will be starting in the next couple of minutes.