Stade Roland-Garros | Sport

French Open tennis championship

from 28 May 2023 to 11 June 2023

2 avenue Gordon Bennett - 75016 Paris

Porte d'Auteuil - Porte de Saint-Cloud - 16e Arrondissement

Stade Roland Garros - Court central Philippe Chatrier vu depuis la place des Mousquetaires, Paris


The tennis season's major tournament, the French Open, will once again have Paris buzzing with excitement. Last year's winners will defend their titles on the legendary clay courts of the Roland-Garros stadium.

Who will be this year's champions? There are numerous contenders for the coveted title.

This year once again, whether it be on the Philippe Chatrier or the Suzanne Lenglen court, a new chapter in tennis history will be written at the French Open

Visitors can plan their day as they wish: watch top players compete on the two main courts, get closer to the players at the various surrounding courts, or simply stroll around the stadium complex and make the most of the numerous stands and attractions.


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Stade Roland-Garros

Since 1927, the Roland-Garros stadium has been a mecca for international clay court tennis. Situated on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne, the stadium stages one of the grand slam tennis tournaments: the French Open. Over two weeks, top international tennis stars play on the 24 famous clay courts, including the Philippe-Chatrier centre court and the Suzanne Lenglen court. Outside the period of this major sporting event, there is the tennis museum.

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Stade Roland-Garros

2 avenue Gordon Bennett
75016 Paris

  • Subway - Porte d'Auteuil
  • Bus - 32, 52, 62, 123, 241, PC1

Offer adapted to disabled visitors

  • Physical Physical

Accessibility information

Physical disability: access ramps, adapted seats and adapted toilet facilities.

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