Kasatkina, a former junior champion at Roland Garros, won the first set on a tie-break on Sunday evening but, in fading light, the players were taken off court at 3-3 in the second.
The other quarterfinal in the bottom half of the draw will match American Madison Keys, the No. 13 seed, against Yulia Putintseva, who now represents Kazakhstan after representing Russian Federation earlier in her career.
Having disposed of one reigning Grand Slam champion, Kasatkina will next face another in US Open victor Sloane Stephens.
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The crowd, who had been booing and doing the "Thunderclap" to try and make their feelings known, roared in approvement but they were set to be disappointed as just four games later the players once again went to the umpire and this time came off.
Earlier on Monday, top-seeded Simona Halep advanced to the French Open quarterfinals for the third time by beating Elise Mertens 6-2, 6-1.
"It was not that easy, she is a tough opponent", said Halep, who is chasing her maiden Grand Slam title.