Roland-Garros 2022: watch the Qualifying rounds (16-20th May)  

 - Romain Vinot

From 16th to 20th May, head to Roland-Garros to watch the Qualifying rounds at the Parisian Grand Slam.

Qualifications Roland-Garros 2019©Julien Crosnier / FFT

In a month’s time, players from all over the world will flock to the Porte d’Auteuil to take part in the Qualifying rounds in a bid to earn a place in the main draw for the 2022 edition of Roland-Garros. Be one of the first spectators to watch this year’s matches, as you support the hopeful participants and see the stars of the main draw practising from 16th to 20th May!

An intense day of action on the Outside courts from just €10!

A rite of passage for young players hoping to clinch a place in the main draw, the Qualifying rounds at Roland-Garros feature many rising stars of the tennis scene – such as Carlos Alcaraz, who recently won the Masters 1000 in Miami and came through the Qualifying rounds at the Porte d’Auteuil in 2021 – and there are always plenty of surprises in store. Scheduled on the Outside courts (Courts 2 to 14), these intense matches are played in close succession, meaning you can watch players in action all day long. It is an opportunity to flit between the different courts, from when the stadium opens to when it closes for the day! Tickets only cost €20 and BNP Paribas have teamed up with Roland-Garros to offer a special discount for spectators under the age of 25. They are offering half-price tickets for the Qualifying rounds and for the Outside courts on the last week of the tournament, meaning that tickets for the Qualifying rounds cost just €10!

The stadium and the stars, all to yourself!

On Monday to Friday, from 10am onwards, you also have the chance to enjoy a host of entertainment inside the stadium, which has undergone a full renovation since 2019. Take a breather and relax in the idyllic gardens or browse around the Grande Boutique store, which was inaugurated last year.

If you have still not had your fill of tennis, do not forget that Suzanne-Lenglen court will be used by a great many stars of the main draw (Krejcikova, Swiatek, Djokovic, Nadal and more!) during this week, and these practice sessions are open to spectators.

Rafael Nadal / Entraînement Roland-Garros 2019©Nicolas Gouhier / FFT

A weekly pass, so you do not miss any of the action

Depending on how avid a tennis fan you are – and on your availability – you have the option of watching every single Qualifying round and cheering on your favourite players as they progress through the week. Thanks to the “5-day pass”, which is priced at €70 (€35 for spectators under 25), you can satisfy your hunger for tennis and immerse yourself in the Roland-Garros spirit from 16th to 20th May!

Click HERE to buy your tickets and attend the Qualifying rounds at Roland-Garros!