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French Open

The 2024 French Open takes place from Sunday May 26th - Sunday June 9th.  Since 2001, has helped hundreds of tennis fans secure authentic tickets to the French Open. Choose from reserved seats on center court ( Philippe Chatrier ), the Suzanne Lenglen Court or Grounds Passes which give access to the outside courts only. All tickets personalized with the attendee names.   

Tickets delivered via Mobile App - All tickets for 2024 will be delivered 1-3 days before your match date as Mobile Transfer tickets to your Roland Garros account associated with the email address you provide for your order.  There is nothing to print out.  You will show your mobile ticket(s) on your phone when you arrive to Roland Garros.  After your order is submitted, we will send you an email requesting the names and birthdates for each attendee which is required to transfer your tickets. 

Avis aux clients en France - Desolé, nous ne pouvons pas vendre des billets Roland Garros aux clients en France.  

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For more information about seating at Roland Garros, please visit our French Open Seating Guide
2024 French Open Rounds 
French Open Rounds 2024
French Open Tickets
French Open Tickets are registered to the name of the ticket holder.  After you place your order we will email you to request the names and birth dates for each person using the tickets. The attendees will need to show some form of ID and the name on it must match the name on the ticket. Reserved tickets in the Philippe Chatrier (Center Court) or the Suzanne Lenglen stadium also give you access to the outside courts, known as the Annex courts. Tickets are all sold by category. About 1-3 days before your match your tickets will be transferred into the names you have provided and emailed to you.

Grounds or Annex Passes Explained

Grounds or annex tickets as some people refer to provides you with seating on a first come first served basis.  For the first week of the tournament, the variety of matches available to watch and lower prices make tickets for the outside courts very popular. With the Grounds or Annex tickets you will have access to the entirety of the public areas in the Grounds, these tickets allow you to watch the action on almost 20 different courts over the course of the day.   As the tournament progresses, these tickets also allow you to access Court N°1 and Court Suzanne-Lenglen and to watch various tournament events, such as the Juniors matches, the Legends Trophy and the Wheelchair Tennis tournament. 

Center Court Philippe Chatrier 
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Philippe Chatrier Court

Hospitality Options at Roland Garros

We can assist you or your clients with three levels of hospitality at the French Open in the Pavilion, Mezzanine, Orangerie or Le Salon Legend hospitality areas.   These packages include CAT 1 tickets and different levels of dinining.  For more details please view our French Open Seating Guide