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Summary

  1. Latvia's Jelena Ostapenko beats 11th seed Caroline Wozniacki 4-6 6-2 6-2
  2. Swiss Timea Bacsinszky beats France's Kristina Mladenovic 6-4 6-4
  3. Djokovic and Nadal quarter-finals postponed
  4. They now play at 10:00 BST on Wednesday after rain delayed play twice
  5. Murray and Wawrinka also play on Wednesday

Live Reporting

By Matthew Henry and Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    So today wasn't quite the day we were expecting due to an afternoon wrecked by rain but as a result we have quite a day coming up tomorrow.

    Four men's quarter-finals and two women's on a blockbuster Wednesday in Paris.

    We'll be back here at the earlier than expected time of 10:00 BST for coverage of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic's last-eight matches before Andy Murray heads out on court in the afternoon.

    See you then.

  2. Post update

    Jelena Ostapenko hit 38 winners in that match, compared to Caroline Wozniacki's six.

    She had never made it into the second round of a Grand Slam before this tournament and came to Paris unseeded.

    I think we may hear a lot more from her in the future, never mind this week.

  3. Post update

    Ostapenko will now face Timea Bacsinszky in the last four of Roland Garros on Thursday, which is also her 20th birthday.

    "It will be really great to play here especially when it is my 20th birthday," she says. "I hope I can enjoy it."

    In a remarkable twist Thursday is also 28th Bacsinszky's birthday.

    One of them will have the perfect present - a place in their first Grand Slam final.

  4. Stormy end to the day

    Piers Newbery

    BBC Sport at Roland Garros

    It's no great surprise but both losers troop off with faces like thunder, Wozniacki storming to the exit on Lenglen and Mladenovic heading off Chatrier in similar fashion. There are a few boos around the main stadium as it becomes apparent to those hardy souls who have stuck around that Rafael Nadal will not be strolling out in the gloom for his quarter-final. Although apparently they will be getting their money back, which raises spirits a bit.

  5. Post update

    Jelena Ostapenko is beaming courtside after her win as she speaks to Fabrice Santoro in her TV interview.

    "I'm really happy, I can't believe it," she says.

    "I love playing here. It was tough because we had to go away two times from the court.

    "Caroline is a tough opponent, I knew I had to stay aggressive, I lost it sometimes but I found my game."

    Jelena Ostapenko
  6. Post update

    Ostapenko 4-6 6-2 6-2 Wozniacki

    That is some performance from NINETEEN year-old Jelena Ostapenko.

    First the wind, then the rain delays, plus the fact she was playing Caroline Wozniacki, a former world number one and big favourite for the match.

    She came through all of that though and is Latvia's first semi-finalist at Roland Garros.

  7. Game, set and match

    Ostapenko 4-6 6-2 6-2 Wozniacki

    And Ostapenko takes her first match point!

    What a smile! Hands above her head and then a fist waved towards her box.

    Well played.

    Ostapenko
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    Ostapenko 4-6 6-2 5-2 Wozniacki*

    Unbelievable. Jelena Ostapenko is playing a former world number one in her first Grand Slam quarter-final. She doesn't even look slightly fazed. In fact she has improved as this has got to the business end.

    She cruises to 40-0 and now has three match points...

    Wozniacki
  9. Post update

    Ostapenko 4-6 6-2 5-2 Wozniacki*

    The ball is flying off the Ostapenko racket at the moment. Wozniacki doesn't seem able to deal with the power from the 19-year-old Latvian.

    Bang, bang, bang. More big hitting and that's the game! No sign of nerves at all. Teenager Jelena Ostapenko will now serve for a place in her first Grand Slam semi-final.

    Wozniacki
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    Ostapenko 4-6 6-2 4-2 Wozniacki*

    So who can join Timea Bacsinszky in the last four?

    At the moment my money is on 19-year-old Jelena Ostapenko. She holds serve and is two games away.

    Jelena Ostapenko
  11. Game, set and match

    Mladenovic 4-6 4-6 Bacsinszky

    Wide from Mladenovic!

    French hearts are broken.

    Six hours after this match started, Timea Bacsinszky books her place in the semi-finals of the French Open.

    Mladenovic
  12. Post update

    *Ostapenko 4-6 6-2 3-2 Wozniacki

    Wozniacki has been there, done it and got several T-shirts. But it is the former world number one who is feeling the pressure.

    Perhaps all the experience in the world is not always the substitute for youthful exhuburance.

    Teenager Ostapenko, who - incidentally - has won all three of their previous meetings, breaks the 26-year-old Dane's serve at a crucial point on this decider.

    Can she hold her nerve - and her serve?

    Ostapenko
  13. Post update

    Mladenovic 4-6 4-5 Bacsinszky*

    What was I saying?!

    Under pressure Mladenovic plays a perfect drop shot that stops dead in the red dirt to bring up break point.

    But Bacsinszky saves it and then plays a fine point to set up her first match point...

    Bacsinszky
  14. Post update

    Mladenovic 4-6 4-5 Bacsinszky*

    The crowd are doing everything they can to get their player through but Mladenovic looks shaky.

    Two errors. 30-30.

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    Mladenovic 4-6 4-5 Bacsinszky*

    Mladenovic must win this game to stay in her home Grand Slam.

    She makes the perfect start, first winning a point with a drive volley and then Bacsinszky goes long.

    Huge cheers from the home fans. No niceties here. 0-30.

    Mladenovic
  16. Post update

    Ostapenko 4-6 6-2 2-2 Wozniacki*

    Jelena Ostapenko appears to be pretty nerveless. After a shaky start to her first Grand Slam quarter-final, the Latvian teenager has settled down and not let these rain delays ruin her rhythm.

    She races into a 40-0 lead and looks set for a comfortable hold.

    Ah. We've jinxed her.

    Two unforced errors - taking her to a whopping 46 during this match - wipe out that lead, before she digs deep to hold.

    Ostapenko v Wozniacki
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    Mladenovic 4-6 4-5 Bacsinszky*

    Mladenovic plays her best point since the rain delay, finishing with a forehand winner after some big hitting but she is still not happy.

    She angrily bounces the ball into the ground and glares at her box. The French number one does what she has to do though and wins the game a couple of points later.

    Over to you, Timea.

  18. Post update

    *Mladenovic 4-6 3-5 Bacsinszky

    Have we got just the two games left in this one or are we just half way through? Timea Bacsinszky restarts this match leading by a set and a break.

    Once again the crowd are getting behind the French player.

    Gasps from the locals. At 30-30, Mladenovic works an opening but nets with a short forehand. Bacsinszky is looping the ball in. Sensible stuff. She is a game away from a second French Open semi-final.

    Mladenovic
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    *Ostapenko 4-6 6-2 1-2 Wozniacki

    Time for another quick knock-up between Ostapenko and Wozniacki on Lenglen. Hurry up ladies, it might be wise to get cracking.

    Not many have stayed to see this one out. Those remaining get a Mexican Wave going, have a sing-song and then settle down for Ostapenko's opening serve...

    Game on!

  20. Post update

    Mladenovic 4-6 3-4 Bacsinszky*

    In, out, in, out, shake it all about.

    This must be frustrating for the players. Mladenovic and Bacsinszky are back out as well.

    Let's see how much that break has stopped Bacsinszky's momentum. She was right on top before that last rain delay remember.

    Here we go...