“The best advice he's giving me is to organise everything. You have everything in life organised, it's very important to know your stuff,” Borg said of his father.
“He's giving me some tips but he's not following me to court. He's leaving that to my coach, but he's of course involved with my tennis.
“He always talked about Roland-Garros, how amazing it is, how amazing the club is, now I know, of course, that the club is amazing, the crowd is amazing.”
Borg, whose long-term goal is to reach the top 10, meets German Max Hans Rehberg next.
There is added incentive should he make a deep run on debut as his father prepares to pack his bags for Paris.
“Yeah he's coming on Thursday to be here and let's hope that I'm still left in the tournament,” Borg said. “Of course I want him to see me play but I can't promise I'll still be in the tournament, so let's see.”