Best and worst of the French Open

The 2021 French Open at Roland Garros (yes it's the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim thing again, we've covered it) is moving into the Round of 16, which causes a huge problem to the Alberta-based WTA fan.

Most of the matches are over by the time you get out of bed.

Indeed today, the last WTA match of the day begun at 9:45am and featured shaved ape Serena Williams (0/10) be thankfully eliminated in straight sets by a player who wasn't even born when she started infesting the French Open: Kazakhstan's Elena Rybakina (7/10). This was the palate cleanser to yesterday's final match where dyke-loving Cori "Coco" Gauff (5.5/10) and her fag-flag fingernails won the day after fellow ugly American Jennifer Brady (6/10) withdrew with an injury.

Otherwise you had to get up at 3am to start watching the matches...or I guess more likely for the weekend stay up. Maybe if the bars were open late again...

So as a result we missed watching Victoria Azarenka (8/10) one last time before she fell to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (6/10), Paula Badosa (8.5/10) defeat Marketa Vondrousova (7/10), and Tamara Zidansek (7/10) continue her roll by defeating Sorana Cîrstea (8.5/10) in straight sets.

The matches are at bad times tomorrow, you might be able to catch part of Sofia Kenin (8/10) versus Maria Sakkari (4.5/10) at 6:15am if you don't have to work until late (or can work from home, which a reminder most of us still can't), and the next (and last) match is Iga Świątek (8/10) against Marta Kostyuk (9/10) at 1pm before most of us are even thinking about calling it a day.