The French Open will officially take place from Sunday May 24 to June 13, 2021. As the Covid-19 pandemic has been withdrawing in France and lockdown exit is just around the corner, the best of tennis in the world is to meet for three weeks at Porte d'Auteuil for THE major event of the tennis season. Ticketing service opens from Wednesday May 12. The crowd gauge is limited to 5,000 people until June 8 and will move to 13,000 from June 9. Keep reading to find out more.
Following President Macron’s announcements as for the lockdown exit calendar, the sports world is preparing to receive the public from May 19 again. As for Roland Garros – or French Open – postponed for one week, from May 30 to June 13, this is excellent news: the Porte d’Auteuil sports facility will open to less than 1,000 spectators before June 9, and then, up to 5,000 people during the second week of the tournament. According to information revealed by L’Equipe, tests are to be performed to increase the gauge.
The French Open 2021 organizers have decided to postpone the tennis tournament by one week to get more chance to receive the public and see if the health restrictions instated because of the Covid-19 epidemic will be eased off. The French Internationals 2021 are planned from May 30 to June 13, 2021, then.
In Roland-Garros, the Perrier Legends' Trophy is back for this new edition from May 26 to June 9, 2019. As an unmissable event during the two weeks of the French Open, it once again involves some of the greatest players of the history of the yellow ball and makes sure to provide a quality show in a relaxed atmosphere.
Roland Garros kicks off the season in the next few days, and their legendary four part Grand Slam tennis tournament offers tennis fans a magical experience whether they’re in the bleachers or in the official village.