Tournoi de Roland Garros, internationaux de France, le Central, court Suzanne Lenglen, Paris 2014.

Roland-Garros

From 16 May to 5 June 2022, the best tennis players will meet in Paris on the legendary Roland Garros clay courts.

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It’s a must-see event for sports lovers! Broadcast around the planet, this top-tier world sporting event is organised by the French Tennis Federation. It is also the only Grand Slam tournament to be played on clay – one of the oldest and noblest surfaces in tennis history.

It happened in 2021

After six years of major works, the Roland-Garros stadium has completed its metamorphosis. It is now more spacious, landscaped and modern, yet still retains its atmosphere and unique character. The Grand Slam tournament will be held amid a modern 12-hectare setting which will welcome the stars of the tennis world, and awaits you from Monday 24 May to Sunday 13 June 2021 at its home in western Paris.

With just a few days to go until the opening matches of the 2021 French Open, everything has been organised in accordance with the necessary health protocol. With spectator seating plans, mask wearing, physical distancing, the installation of hand sanitiser dispensers and tools for calculating spectator numbers, everything is in place to ensure a safe visit. From 24 to 28 May, the qualifying rounds will be played behind closed doors; from 30 May to 8 June, the stadium will welcome 5,388 spectators a day; and, from 9 June, the Philippe-Chatrier court will be able to accommodate 5,000 spectators, with an extraordinary night session scheduled. However, access to the stadium will require the presentation of a health passport.

This 2021 edition of the Paris Open promises to be an exciting one, with a generous programme of 804 matches scheduled on the courts of the venue at Paris’s Porte d’Auteuil over the tournament’s three-week run. Men’s singles, women’s singles, qualifiers, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, mixed doubles, junior doubles and singles, the Legends competition, wheelchair and quad tennis.

Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Gael Monfils, Matteo Berretini, Serena Williams, Ashleigh Barty, Fiona Ferro and Naomi Osaka… a list of legendary names. The tournament brings together the best players from the tennis world and guarantees a breathtaking spectacle.

See the full programme for the 2021 Paris Open:
• From Monday 24 May to Sunday 30 May: qualifying rounds
• From Monday 31 May to Wednesday 2 June: first-round matches
• From Wednesday 2 June to Friday 4 June: second-round matches
• From Friday 4 June to Sunday 6 June: third-round matches
• From Monday 7 June to Tuesday 8 June: fourth-round matches
• From Wednesday 9 June to Thursday 10 June: quarter-finals
• Friday 11 June: semi-finals
• Saturday 12 June: Ladies’ Final
• Sunday 13 June: Men’s Final

Take your seat in the stands of one of the iconic Philippe-Chatrier, Suzanne-Lenglen or Simonne-Mathieu courts… and enjoy this year’s landmark event with full peace of mind!

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2 avenue Gordon Bennett
75016 Paris 16ème

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    From 1605 to 05/06/2022, daily.

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