Save the date! The edition 2020 of the French Open also called Roland-Garros, said to be held from May 18 to June 7 is officially postponed to September 27 to October 11, 2020 at the Porte d’Auteuil. The Fédération Française de Tennis made the decision official in a press released published on their website.
Moroever, the federation has announced that tickets will go on sale from July 16 for the general public, and from July 9 for sports federation members. Because of the health crisis, the French Tennis Federation has had to fit to the anger. So, the number of tickets has been cut by 50% and health requirements have been announced.
Of course, these evolving dates and measures only depend on the health situation, like many other events of this kind. In case the situation was to improve by late August, the Federation could add more tickets. Moreover, rates have not changed since the edition 2019.
As for health requirements, half the seats are unavailable, in the stands of the main courts, and in the additional ones. A necessary action to make sure the audience can move freely between spaces, as they are used to do. In case there are too many people in some places, the executive board warns they will implement health paths and directions if need be.
In addition to Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles that are very expected every year, the French Open also offers you many other events that you shouldn’t miss:
Every year, the tournament brings together the best female and male players from the planet tennis and assures a breathtaking show to everyone that made it to Porte d’Auteuil.
Stay tuned to discover French Open 2020 detailed program.
In the meantime, let's rediscover 2019's prize list:
For women, Australian Ashleigh Barty vs Czech Marketa Vondrousova.
For men, Spanish Rafael Nadal won over Austrian Dominic Thiem. It was the 12th time the Spanish tennisman won the French Open!
Note that Nathalie Dechy and Amélie Mauresmo won the Female Legends' Trophy over Dinara Safina and Martina Navratilova.
Women's double final has been won by American Emma Navarro and her fellow countrywoman Chloé Beck.
As for Men's double, Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies won over French double Chardy-Martin.
Dates and Opening Time
From 27 September 2020 to 11 October 2020
2, avenue Gordon Bennett
75116 Paris 16
A partir de: 20 €