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Juniors Tournament


Every year, the Juniors tournament is an opportunity for promising young players to make their mark on the red clay. This year was no exception.

In the 2016 girls’ singles tournament, Switzerland’s Rebeka Masarova took the title, beating the USA’s Amanda Anisimova in straight sets in the final (7-5, 7-5).

In the boys’ singles, France’s Geoffrey Blancaneaux defeated Canadian Felix Augier-Aliassime in three sets (1-6, 8-3, 8-6), making him the first French boy to win the Juniors tournament since Gaël Monfils, 12 years previously.

Read more about the 2016 Juniors champions.

Wheelchair Tennis


The event started on Wednesday 1st June with the “We’re all in wheelchairs” day, the aim of which was to bring together able-bodied and handicapped players and fans. A selection of Olympic and Paralympic champions were on hand to play some rallies and help promote wheelchair tennis.

The tournament began on Thursday 2nd June and spectators were treated to some spectacular rallies.

The winners of the 2016 Roland Garros Wheelchair Tennis tournament were Marjolein Buis in the women’s singles and Gustavo Fernandez in the men’s singles.

We look forward to seeing you again next year for some more outstanding matches!

Read more about 2016 wheelchair tennis champions.

All Going to the Finals


In the unique setting of Roland Garros stadium, spectators were invited to follow the action of the women’s and men’s singles finals live on the stadium’s giant screens!

Excited visitors settled down to watch from the comfort of the Place des Mousquetaires or kept an eye on the action while wandering around the stadium’s alleys, thanks to the various giant screens on which the finals were broadcast.

For the first time in 2016, spectators also had the opportunity to follow the men’s and women’s doubles finals (Saturday 4th June and Sunday 5th June, respectively).

Whatever ticket purchased, We’re All Going to the Finals ensured that visitors were able to experience these climactic matches from the very heart of the event.


Roland-Garros Kids' Day


The sun was shining bright for this yearly charity event, which is held on the Saturday before the tournament officially kicks off. Spectators were treated to an exceptional and unforgettable programme of entertainment. All profits were donated to associations that work with disadvantaged children.

Roland-Garros visitors got a chance to see some of the circuit’s top players – current and retired – have a blast playing some spectacular tennis in singles and doubles. A special umpire/line judge activity gave a few youngsters (and young-at-heart fans) an inside look at what the job is all about. The seven best performers were selected to officiate a match on Philippe-Chatrier Court and Suzanne-Lenglen Court.

Visitors could also attend the girls’ and boys’ finals for the “Rendez-vous à Roland-Garros” operation, which featured young players from around the world: Japan, China, South Korea, India and Brazil. A number of other activities were on offer around the grounds and at the RG LAB, where visitors could challenge the RG Robot, which debuted Saturday 21 May.

Read all about Roland-Garros Kids’ Day 2016 and we’ll see you back for next year’s event!




The Men’s and Women’s singles qualifications took place from 16 to 20 May. After five days of competition, 19 men and 13 women secured their spots in the main draw.

The Men’s singles qualifiers are:

Tobias Kamke (GER), Radek Stepanek (CZE), Steve Darcis (BEL), Jan-Lennard Struff (GER), Marco Trungelliti (ITA), Carlos Berlocq (ARG), Roberto Carballes Baena (ESP), Dustin Brown (GER), Adrian Ungur (ROU), Marsel Ilhan (TUR), Gerald Melzer (AUT), Jordi Samper-Montana (ESP), Kenny De Schepper (FRA), Nikoloz Basilashvili (GEO), Laslo Djere (SRB), Radu Albot (MDA).

The Women’s singles qualifiers are:

Louisa Chirico (USA), Cagla Buyukakcay (TUR), Sorana Cirstea (ROU), Sachia Vickery (USA), Veronica Cepede Royg (PAR), Katerina Siniakova (CZE), Daniela Hantuchova (SVK), Ipek Soylu (TUR), Viktorija Golubic (SUI), Sara Sorribes Tormo (ESP), Lucie Hradecka (CZE), Maryna Zanevska (UKR).

The lucky losers:

Four players who lost during the third round of qualifiers will go on through to the main draw (three men and one woman): Andrej Martin (SLK), Igor Sijsling (NED), Adam Pavlasek (TCH) and Silvia Soler Espinosa (ESP).