Aryna Sabalenka and Novak Djokovic advanced to the third round of the French Open amid efforts by tournament organizers to control unruly fans by implementing an alcohol ban in the stands and managing the wet-weather backlog.

Sabalenka, playing under the roof on Court Philippe Chatrier, comfortably defeated qualifier Moyuka Uchijima 6-2 6-2, benefiting from the advantage of playing in a covered stadium. Meanwhile, defending champion Djokovic outclassed Spaniard Roberto Carballes Baena 6-4 6-1 6-2, along with other seeds who were unaffected by the weather conditions due to overhead cover.

However, the situation was different on the outer courts, with matches getting into full swing late in the afternoon due to the backlog from the previous day's rain delays. Several notable matches took place, including Wimbledon champion Marketa Vondrousova's comeback victory and 11th seed Danielle Collins' defeat to Serbian qualifier Olga Danilovic.

Several players, including fourth seed Elena Rybakina, faced challenges due to the weather conditions but managed to secure their spots in the third round. Tournament officials also announced an early start on the following day to alleviate the packed schedule.

To address concerns about unruly fan behavior, tournament director Amelie Mauresmo imposed a ban on alcohol consumption in the stands and emphasized stricter enforcement of spectator conduct rules to ensure the respect and safety of the players.