Overview

Started in 1891, the French Open (officially: Les internationaux de France de Tennis, Roland Garros) is the third oldest tennis grand slam after Wimbledon and the US Open. It is the most prestigious clay court tournament in the world being the only tennis major played on that surface. The terre battue (French for beaten earth) that makes up the courts of Roland Garros has been witness to some of the most epic matches in tennis history with the red clay always forcing players to fight for every point. Watch some breathtaking tennis at the French Open this year and make your summer in Paris a little more magical!

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Previous winners

Winners of French Open 2017:

Men’s:

  • Singles: Rafael Nadal (Spain)
  • Doubles: Ryan Harrison (USA) / Michael Venus (New Zealand)

Women’s:

  • Singles: Je?ena Ostapenko (Latvia)
  • Doubles: Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) / Lucie Safárová (Czech Republic)

Mixed Doubles:

  • Gabriela Dabrowski (Canada) / Rohan Bopanna (India)

Tickets

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General accommodation details

The venue is located in the West part of the city 9.3 Km from the city center.

You can find a wide range of accommodation options in the following areas: 

  • Eiffel Tower (approx. 5.2 Km from venue)
  • Trocadéro  (approx. 4.3 Km from venue)
  • Saint Germain des pres (approx. 9.3 Km from venue)
  • Latin Quarter (approx. 10.9 Km from venue)
  • Champs Elysees (approx. 6.3 Km from venue)
  • 16th Arrondissement (approx. 3.0 Km from venue)
  • Dupleix (approx. 4.3 Km from venue)
  • Brancion  (approx. 5.7 Km from venue)
  • 7th Arrondissement (approx. 6.7 Km from venue)
  • 8th Arrondissement (approx. 7.2 Km from venue)
  • St Germain Odon (approx. 7.8 Km from venue
  • 6th Arrondissement (approx. 8.0 Km from venue)
  • 5th Arrondissement (approx. 10.6 Km from venue)
  • 13th Arrondissement (approx. 10.7 Km from venue) 
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Venue

Stade de Roland Garros, 2 Avenue Gordon Bennett, 75016 Paris, France

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  • Capacity: 
    • Court Philippe- Chatrier/ Centre Court: 15,059
    • Court Suzanne Lenglen: 10,076
    • Court No.1: 3,805
    • Courts No.2 to 18: Unallocated seating
  • Surface: Clay
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Guide to the event
curated information about the event

How to get Tickets

Venue

  • Tickets can only be purchased at the ground gates for the qualifying tournament.

Schedule

Schedule for the next edition of French Open has not been released yet.

STADE DE ROLAND GARROS,
STADE DE ROLAND GARROS, 2 AVENUE GORDON BENNETT, 75016 PARIS, FRANCE

Reaching the venue

Inside the venue

Event specific info

Food & Beverages:

  • There is a wide range of food and drink available at the stadium, be it for a quick break between games, a gourmet meal or even the tournament's signature "Ace Royal" cocktail!
  • Refer their Restaurant page for more information.

 

Inside the Venue:

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Allowed (Yes/No)

Comments

Animals (Service Animals)

No

 

Bags

Yes

Suitcases and large bags not allowed

Banners, Signs

No

 

Cameras (Still Photography)

Yes

Cameras are allowed in the grounds if they are not equipped with a lens of more than 20 cm.

Containers

(bottles, ice boxes, Aerosol)

Yes

Bottles with capacity more than 1.5 Litres not allowed. Thermos not allowed. Aerosol Spray Can not Allowed.

Fireworks

No

 

Noisemakers And Horns

No

 

Strollers

No

 

Tripods

No

 

Umbrellas

Yes

 

 

Other Amenities:

  • Restrooms
  • Assistance
  • First Aid
  • Cloakrooms
  • Shops

 

Activities:

  • There will be a Kid’s Day held during the event. Refer here for details.
  • Visit the FFT Museum or RG Lab, which features tennis-themed experiments and technologies.

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