1 - Last-minute tickets
Got a last-minute urge to go to Roland-Garros? Well, you still can! Check out the Qualifying rounds, Roland-Garros Kids’ Day, Legends Trophy or “We’re all going to the final!” events.
See here for more details.
2 - Evening Visitors
Evening Visitor tickets, which grant entry to the stadium’s outside courts from 5.30pm onwards, from 25th May to 5th June inclusive, go on sale 72 hours before they are valid.
N.B.: You can buy a maximum of four ticket for each day, and a maximum of 12 tickets in total.
Remember: The first tickets will go on sale at 5.30pm on 23rd May.
3 - A unique experience: Premium packages
Treat yourself to a top-quality Roland-Garros experience by snapping up one of the last few Premium packages still on sale.
Find out more here.
4 - Resale service
Tickets can be put up for resale up until the very last day of the tournament!
Since 16th April, ticket-holders have had the option of selling on any unwanted tickets.
Keep an eye on the official ticketing website for offers, particularly the “Resale Service” section.