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Roland-Garros Kids' Day
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SATURDAY 27th MAY

On May 27th, live a unique experience in Roland-Garros for the traditionnal Kids'Day. Come to see many top players in exhibition sets for the pleasure of the kids and their parents. The show is waiting for you on courts but also around the stadium's alley, so come with your family to live a day of entertainment.  

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. 

Read all about the programme of Roland-Garros Kids’ Day 2017. 

 

Qualifying
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FROM MONDAY 22th TO FRIDAY 26th MAY

It's the curtain time of Roland-Garros : every year, The Men’s and Women’s singles qualification kicks off the tournament. From Monday 22th to Friday 26th, come see the games where the last final places of the final table are played. A unique experience to dicover future champions win the precious trophy or old glories in search of renewal. Guaranteed Show ! 

Every match and training on Suzanne-Lenglen court are free to seat. 

In men, 128 players will compete for 16 places to join the final table. In women, they will be 96 for 12 places. In case of withdrawal of one of the players, a random draw is performed to designate a lucky loser.

singles tournaments 
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FROM SUNDAY 28th MAY TO SUNDAY 11th JUNE 

The men's and women's singles tournaments are the two main competitions at Roland-Garros. This year once again, the 128 best players in the world will vie to lift one of the two hotly-contested trophies, the Coupe des Mousquetaires for the men and the Coupe Suzanne-Lenglen for the women. Do not miss this chance to see tennis history being written!

In 2017, Rafael Nadal has won a magical 10th title at Roland-Garros, and int the women's, Jelena Ostapenko has won her first major title.

doubles tournaments
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FROM TUESDAY 30th MAY TO SUNDAY 11th JUNE

The doubles events (men's, women's and mixed) are an opportunity to see tennis played in a different way, with faster and often highly spectacular matches. The Bryan brothers, Lopez-Lopez, Martina Hingis, Lucie Safarova, Elena Vesnina, Sania Mirza… Come and watch them all in action!

Juniors Tournament
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FROM SUNDAY 4th JUNE TO SATURDAY 10th JUNE 

Every year, the Juniors tournament is an opportunity for promising young players to make their mark on the red clay. Do not miss the exceptional performances of the future top seed of the final draw !


Read more about the 2017 Juniors champions.

Wheelchair Tennis
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FROM WEDNESDAY 7th JUNE TO SATURDAY 10th JUNE 

The event started on Wednesday 7th June with the “We’re all in wheelchairs” day, the aim of which was to bring together able-bodied and handicapped players and fans. Do not miss the exceptional performances of outstanding athletes who purpose spectacular shots. 

In 2017, a selection of Olympic and Paralympic champions were on hand to play some rallies and help promote wheelchair tennis.

legends trophy
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FROM TUESDAY 6th JUNE TO SUNDAY 11th JUNE

Blazing the trail for Legends events since the late 1990s, Roland-Garros is once again shining the spotlight on its former champions. As always, this competitive yet fun-filled competition promises a series of fantastic doubles matches.

All Going to the Finals
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SATURDAY 10th AND SUNDAY 11th JUNE 

Experience the Ladies and Gentleman Finals live on the Stadium's giants screens and enjoy the exceptional Roland-Garros' atmosphere.

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. This year again, spectators have the opportunity to follow the men’s and women’s doubles finals (Saturday 10th June and Sunday 11th 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.