It will be at night. The match between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals on Tuesday will be played in a night session. This has just been announced by the organization, after both parties put their versions for days to try to bring the party to their side. On the one hand, Rafael Nadal, who has been in charge of repeating that he prefers the day session, as he emphasizes that at night there is a lot of humidity and there is less effect on the boats.
A situation that Novak Djokovic preferred, of course, his rival this Tuesday. The Serbian indicated it, when he was asked about this question a few days ago. "Surely, I ask for the opposite of what Nadal wants," he joked.
But it is the number 1 who takes this first match of the match. They have also counted the television rights, of course, which have been imposed against Nadal's thirteen titles on this track. Or at 108 wins for only three losses.
It is Amazon who has the television rights to the nightly sessions, and it is the platform that has tipped the scales. As it has just been announced, it will not only be subscribers who can follow the game, but it will offer free broadcasting for France.