RG19: How to get your hands on a ticket

 - Romain Vinot

This year, ticket sales open to the general public on 20th March. Here is some information to help you place your order.

Prepare your order

If you fancy coming to Roland Garros in 2019, visit the French Open ticketing website at 10am on 20th March. As in previous years, the queue will be managed and automatically updated during busy periods. If you already have an account, sign in before the day to check that your username, password and personal details are up-to-date.

If you do not yet have an account, we recommend creating one now to save time! Finally, so you know exactly what you want when it comes to ordering, check out the tournament’s provisional schedule and prices now (free entry for children under the age of 6).

Which tickets to choose?

Once you have decided to attend the tournament, you then have to choose whether you want tickets for the main tournament (26th May to 9th June), the qualifying rounds (20th to 24th May), Kids’ Day (25th May) or even the Legends Trophy (4th to 9th June). If you want to make your day at the Porte d’Auteuil even more special, you can opt for one of our premium packages.

Discover our new courts

Like every year, you will be given the option of choosing which courts you want to sit on. This year, spectators have the opportunity to discover the new stands on Philippe-Chatrier court, the brand-new Simonne-Mathieu court in the Serres d’Auteuil gardens, and the new outside courts in the Fonds des Princes.


Though there are no limits as to the number of tickets you can purchase for the qualifying tournament and for the outside courts towards the end of the fortnight, there are certain restrictions in place to ensure as many people as possible are able to attend the event:

• 4 tickets per person for the show courts (Philippe-Chatrier, Suzanne-Lenglen, Simonne-Mathieu) over the whole duration of the tournament

• 12 tickets per person over the whole duration of the tournament, with a maximum of 4 per day

• 2 tickets per person for the day of the men’s singles final (Sunday 9th June)

Similarly, to attend the two men’s semifinals, you must buy two tickets.

Visit the Roland Garros 2019 ticketing website