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Watch Paula Badosa v Kaja Juvan online: Live stream today’s 2022 French Open

By Ben Green

Watch Paula Badosa v Kaja Juvan online: Live stream today’s 2022 French Open

Published: 7:54, 26 May 2022

No.3 seed Paula Badosa will look to progress in the 2022 French Open when she takes on Kaja Juvan in the Second Round on Thursday at 10am (UK time). 

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Where to watch Paula Badosa v Kaja Juvan on TV:

  • UK: Eurosport
  • US: Tennis Channel

Badosa has previous at Roland-Garros, reaching the quarter-finals in last year’s instalment, her best-ever finish at a major championship, and now the New York-born Spaniard will be seeking to possibly replicate, or even surpass that feat — but first she must navigate a potential banana skin fixture against Juvan.

The No. 3 seed had few issues getting past Fiona Ferro in the First Round, winning in straight sets on the Court Philippe-Chatrier, and with reigning champion Barbora Krejcikova already out of the competition, coming up short against Diane Parry in her clay curtain-raiser, the door has opened for a new holder.

Juvan has never actually made it past the Second Round, with this currently being her best run alongside her appearance in the 2020 version, where she just lost out to Clara Burel. The 21-year-old Slovenian will be desperate to cause an upset of her own and take one step closer to unexpected title glory.

Prediction: Paula Badosa to win in three sets