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2024 French Open

May 26 June 9 CEST

Court Philippe Chatrier at the Stade Roland-Garros, host of the French Open

The 2024 French Open is a tennis tournament, first held in 1891 and the second of the four Grand Slam tournaments to be held in the professional tennis calendar each year. Also known as Roland-Garros, it is the only one of the major championships to take place on clay courts and is considered the premier event on this surface.

Rafael Nadal of Spain has won a record 14 Men’s Singles titles, with Chris Evert of the United States winning a record 7 Women’s Singles titles.

When is the 2024 French Open?

The French Open is the second Grand Slam on the professional tennis calendar and takes place every year over two weeks in late May and early June. The 2024 French Open will be held from Sunday 26th May to Sunday 9th June 2024.

Where is the 2024 French Open?

Court Philippe Chatrier at the Stade Roland Garros, host of the French Open

The French Open is also referred to as Roland-Garros, due to the tournament being held at the Stade Roland-Garros in Paris, France since 1928.

The complex translated as “Roland Garros Stadium” is named after Roland Garros, a French aviator. Today it is home to twenty courts, three of which are ‘stadium courts’:

  • Court Philippe Chatrier – a 15,000 capacity court which was built in 1928 as the centrepiece of the complex, hosting its most important matches including the Finals of the French Open. Simply known as “Court Central” until 2001, when it was renamed after the long-time president of the French tennis federation. It was underwent a major reconstruction in 2019 and now includes a retractable roof and floodlights, to allow for play in all conditions.
  • Court Suzanne Lenglen – constructed in 1994 as the complex’s secondary court, it features a capacity of just over 10,000. Originally known as “Court A”, it is named after the former player Suzanne Lenglen who was one of tennis’ first stars in the early 20th century.
  • Court Simonne Mathieu – opened in 2019 as a new 5,000 venue to replace the former Court 1. Its named after the former player Simonne Mathieu, who was the 1938 and 1939 women’s singles champion and a leader of the French Resistance during the Second World War.

Address: 51 Boulevard d’Auteuil, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt

How do I get to the 2024 French Open?

Court Suzanne Lenglen, one of the stadium courts at the Stade Roland Garros and host of the French Open

The Stade Roland-Garros is located in Bois de Boulogne in Paris’ 16th arrondissement, in the west of the city.

Airport – Charles de Gaulle is the second largest airport in Europe and has flights to many international destinations. Located 30km north of the city, the airport has easy access to central Paris via the RER B train network (€10.30), with a travel time of about 35 minutes.

Orly Airport is the smaller airport but is still the second busiest in France. The airport largely serves domestic destinations and budget airlines. The free Orlyval metro service connects the airport with RER B train network at Antony station.

Thinking of flying? Search & book your flights through Skyscanner here.

Bus: The following buses stop at or near Roland Garros:

  • Line 22: Opéra – Porte de Saint-Cloud (stop: Michel-Ange Auteuil).
  • Line 32: Gare de l’Est – Porte d’Auteuil (last stop).
  • Line 52: Opéra – Pont de Saint-Cloud (stop: Porte d’Auteuil or La Tourelle).
  • Line 62: Cours de Vincennes – Porte de Saint-Cloud (last stop).
  • Line 72: Hôtel de Ville – Pont de Saint-Cloud (stop: La Tourelle).
  • Line 123: Porte d’Auteuil – Mairie d’Issy (stop: Roland-Garros).
  • Line 241: Rueil-Malmaison RER – Porte d’Auteuil (stop: Suzanne-Lenglen).
  • PC1: Petite Ceinture (stops: Porte d’Auteuil, Porte Molitor or Porte de Saint-Cloud)

Metri: Lines 9 and 10 are the best for access to Roland Garros. If taking Line 9, the closest station to get off at is Michel-Ange Auteuil or Michel-Ange Molitor. If using Line 10, Porte d’Auteuil or Boulogne Jean-Jaurès are the best stations.

Parking: If travelling by car, you can take a free shuttle bus from the car park to Roland Garros. Car parks include:

  • P7 car park Pelouse de Saint-Cloud Bois de Boulogne, chemin de Ceinture du Lac Inférieur, 75016 Paris
  • Porte d’Auteuil car park (Carrefour), 1-3, avenue du Général-Sarrail, 75016 Paris.
  • Point-du-Jour car park, place Abel-Gance, 92200 Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • Porte de Saint-Cloud car park, 2, avenue de la Porte de Saint-Cloud, 75016 Paris (access via the garage).
  • Parchamp car park, 7 ter, rue du Parchamp 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt.

How do I get tickets to the 2024 French Open?

Tickets for the general public usually go on sale in early March, you can purchase tickets through the official Roland-Garros website here.

Hotels near the 2024 French Open

Use TripAdvisor to find some great places to stay in Paris by clicking here.


Further Information

ATP Event Official Page

French Open Event Guide

French Open Official Website

Paris City Guide

Stade Roland-Garros Venue Guide

WTA Event Official Page


Paris, France

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