The French Open, or as it is known in France, Tournoi de Roland-Garros, is a major tennis tournament held in Paris, France in may and June each year. The French Open is the second of the so-called Grand Slam tournaments held each year. The other Grand Slams include the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and U.S. Open. The event was first played in 1891 as a French national tournament on grass. The surface would be changed to red clay in 1912. In 1968, the French Championships (former name for the French Open) was the first major tournament to become an "open", allowing both pros and amateurs the opportunity to play. Spectators at the French Open have the incredible experience of seeing the world's best tennis players playing on a surface that many find to be a challenge. With Paris as the backdrop to this elite event, fans enjoy one of the greatest sports experiences on earth! French Open Tickets are among the most high demand tickets in professional tennis. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for French Open Tickets.
How to Buy French Open Tickets
1. Scan through the 2018 French Open Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the French Open ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.
2. Click “Select” to reveal all available French Open tickets, the Roland Garros interactive seating chart, ticket quantity, and ticket price filters. Use the ticket price filter, and ticket quantity filter to quickly refine your search to the available French Open tickets that are in your price range. You can also utilize the “eTickets Only” filter to find all French Open tickets that will be delivered electronically. The Roland Garros interactive map can be employed to reveal all tickets available for a preferred section. Select the perfect tickets and click “Go” to proceed to checkout.
3. Review the checkout page to ensure that the French Open tickets have been selected, and read through any ticket notes or delivery information. If everything looks correct, fill out the checkout information, and purchase your French Open Tickets!
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2018 French Open Preview
The 2017 French Open follows an exciting Australian Open as Serena Williams and Roger Federer returned as the top tennis players. As the French Open approaches, Serena is expected to come off of the Australian Open ready to win another elite tournament in Paris. For Federer, the French Open’s red clay court is not his strong suite, only winning the tournament once in his career. Rafael Nadal has been proven to dominate the French Open but with an injured wrist his ability to go far is unknown. As the top two ranked players in the world, even though they did not perform as well as expected at the Australian Open they are still strong contenders for the 2017 French Open finals.
French Open at Roland Garros Address: 2 Avenue Gordon Bennett, Paris, France 75016
The French Open is played annually at Roland Garros. Roland Garros is the premier tennis facility in France, and is the top clay court stadium in the world. The red clay court at the French Open is unique among Grand Slam events. It is a slower playing surface than grass or hardcourt, which makes success difficult for even the best tennis players. The added intrigue of the surface helps makes the French Open at Roland Garros one of the most unique events on the ATP Tour. Center Court at Roland Garros, known as Court Philippe Chatrier, has a capacity of over 14,000 and is packed to the brim during French Open Matches.
French Open Event Guide
What are the best places to sit at the 2018 French Open tennis tournament?
Each court at Rolland Garros offers a unique seating arrangement and the most comfortable seats depend on many factors including which players are playing and the time of day of the match.
What are the best sessions to attend at the 2018 French Open tennis tournament?
Gates typically open 1.5 hours before the start of each session or match at the French Open.
Where can I find the 2018 French Open schedule?
The 2018 French Open Schedule with seeding and matchups is released just prior to the start of the tournament. You can find a full list of the 2018 French Open Schedule right here on TicketCity.
Where can I buy cheap 2018 French Open Tickets?
French Open Tickets are some of the most sought after in professional tennis. Fans from around the world seek to buy tickets to see the French Open at Rolland Garros. TicketCity has a large network of suppliers from around the world and offers some of the most competitively priced French Open tickets on the market.