Having had a quiet start to his French Open campaign, Novak Djokovic can expect a tougher assignment on Tuesday when he faces up-and-coming Milos Raonic in the quarter-finals. The world number two from Serbia, looking to triumph at Roland Garros for the first time, needed three sets - including two tiebreaks - to down the Canadian in the semi-finals of the Rome Masters last month. They are scheduled second on Court Philippe Chatrier after Russian Maria Sharapova, who faces a tricky test of her credentials against Spain's Garbine Muguruza. Unheralded Muguruza has been in great claycourt form, notably defeating defending champion Serena Williams in the second round, and she will not be afraid of last year's runner-up Sharapova. Click here to read full news..