Available Tickets

27 May 2022

French Open Day 6 Friday

Roland Garros, 92100 Paris

French Open Tickets 2022, Roland Garros Paris

French Open 2022 Schedule
May 22 – Jun 5, 2022

Roland Garros tickets 2022 for Court Philippe Chatrier & Court Suzanne Lenglen are very hard to obtain.

Tickets to see the French Open 2022 for Center Court (Also known as Court Philippe Chatrier) are in three categories. You not only have a reserved seat on Centre Court you can also roam all the outside courts except Suzanne Lenglen & Court 1 which we can also supply, please contact us.

✅ Best Seats Available: We Provide tickets for every day of the tournament
✅ Exclusive Access: Tribune Rene Lacoste, Jacques Brugnon, Jean Borotra or Henri Cochet
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French Open Schedule 2022

May 22 – Jun 5, 2022

May 22- Sun Men’s & Women’s 1st Round
May 23- Mon Men’s & Women’s 1st Round
May 24 – Tue Men’s & Women’s 1st Round
May 25 – Wed Men’s & Women’s 2nd Round
May 26;- Thu Men’s and Women’s 2nd Round
May 27 – Fri Men’s and Women’s 3rd Round

Middle Rounds:
May 28 – Sat Men’s and Women’s 3rd Round
May 29 – Sun Men’s and Women’s 4th Round
May 30 – Mon Men’s and Women’s 4th Round

1/4 Finals:
May 31 – Tue Men’s and Women’s Quarter Finals
Jun 1 – Wed Men’s and Women’s Quarter Finals

Jun 2 – Thu Women’s Semifinals
Jun 3 – Fri Men’s Semifinal Match 1
Jun 3 – Fri Men’s Semifinal Match 2
Jun 4 – Sat Women’s Finals
Jun 5 – Sun Men’s Finals

At the French Open, the stands behind the baseline are Tribune Rene Lacoste and Tribune Jacques Brugnon. Whilst the stands along the sideline are Tribune Jean Borotra or Tribune Henri Cochet, at Roland Garros. We supply Roland Garros Final tickets.

Category 1 seats Marked in blue on seating plan are in the Lower Level section 2 to 10 rows off the court, with the Corporate “Loge Level” seats in the first couple of rows.

Category 2 seats marked in orange on the seating plan

Category 3 tickets marked in pink on seating plan are in the upper tiers.

We sell tickets to the French Open final and every day of the tournament.

A Guide To The French Open

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When confirming a Roland Garros ticket or ticket and hotel package, please note that the name on the reservation MUST match the ORIGINAL identification of the person(s) attending Roland Garros. We will contact you for the names and date of birth of all attendees which will be printed on the tickets.

An original passport or driver’s license (copies will not be accepted) will be required at the gates of Roland Garros and MUST correlate with the name on the e-ticket purchased.


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