Roland-Garros 2020: How to book tickets
Don’t miss your chance to book tickets for Roland-Garros 2020!
Ticket application windows
7-9 July: club presidents and people with disabilities who acquired tickets for the Roland-Garros 2020 spring edition.
9-15 July: registered members of the French Tennis Federation (FFT) and members of the public who acquired tickets for the Roland-Garros 2020 spring edition.
From 16 July: general public.
Changes to the ticketing system
To ensure social distancing, Roland-Garros 2020 will open its doors to a limited number of spectators only. All spectators must have a ticket in order to gain admission to the stadium; there will be no tickets on sale at the gates. The online booking system has been reorganised to ensure greater flexibility.
Tickets and seating
Tickets for the main courts will be sold without seat numbers, though you will be notified of your seat location in mid-September. Tickets purchased in a single order (up to a maximum of four) will be next to each other. With a view to ensuring adequate social distancing measures, you will not be able to change your tickets or apply for refunds. Seating on the three main courts will be subject to a specific protocol, with each group of ticket buyers separated by a seat. On the adjoining courts, signs will be left on alternate seats to prevent people from sitting there, though they will be free to sit wherever they choose in the seats that are made available.
The official ticket resale system will close for good at the end of August, after which buyers will not be able to exchange tickets. This is to ensure social distancing between groups of buyers. Please note that the resale service will close before you will receive notification of your seat numbers in the stands.
The FFT will manage the way in which spectators are able to move around the venue in order to ensure they observe preventive measures and social distancing rules. The wearing of masks will be recommended in the areas around the venue and in the stands but will be compulsory when walking around inside the stadium complex. Cleaning and disinfection will be stepped up across the venue and hand sanitiser dispensers will also be made available.