Roland-Garros 2023: ticketing opens on 15 march!

Tickets go on sale for Roland-Garros 2023 on Wednesday 15 March. Don’t miss out!

Feel the Game / Roland-Garros 2023
 - Romain Vinot

Roland-Garros is an event not to be missed and the 2023 tournament will be no exception, with plenty of exciting matches in store and a few epics and shocks no doubt, as the biggest stars of tennis rub shoulders with the game’s ambitious young guns. From qualifying through to finals weekend (22 May-11 June) come and enjoy an unforgettable experience in the stands at the Stade Roland-Garros and don’t miss what promises to be a thrilling tournament. To be there, just make sure you’re logged on to the official Roland-Garros ticketing site at 10:00 on 15 March.

Save the date

If you’re reading this, then stop a moment and make a note in your diary, because at 10:00 on 15 March you need to be on the official Roland-Garros ticketing site to book your seats and make sure of your place at Porte d’Auteuil between 22 May and 11 June. Got that done? Good, because now we can tell you all about the various ticket options available to you so you can prepare your trip.

Watch Roland-Garros your way

Let’s look at all the options, which cater for every budget and the whole family.

Opening week (qualifying)

So you love spotting future WTA and ATP Tour champions? Then head down to the Stade Roland-Garros between Monday 22 and Friday 26 May and spend an exciting day courtside, cheering on the players as they do battle on the outside courts for a place in the main draw of the 2023 tournament. Aside from qualifying, you’ll also have the chance to watch the game’s top players practising on Court Philippe-Chatrier and taking part in events and activities. And if you want to support your favourite player all week long, go for a five-day pass, available from EUR 35 only.

Yannick Noah's day

To mark the 40th anniversary of his famous 1983 win, the tournament will pay tribute to French legend Yannick Noah. As of 2023, the traditional Children’s Day will bear his name, and like every year, the proceeds from the day will go to the charity Fête le Mur and to clubs winning the French Tennis Federation’s Charity and Environmental Initiative Awards. The day in question is Saturday 27 May, when young and old alike will be able to take part in fun events and activities, watch exhibition matches and training sessions, and enjoy a special event with Yannick Noah on the Court Central, the stage for his 1983 triumph.

Rafael Nadal / Journée des enfants Roland-Garros 2022©Clément Mahoudeau / FFT
Enjoy the main event

To soak up all the intensity of the big matches, walk the stadium complex and discover all the new features it has to offer, you need to spend a full day at Roland-Garros. Just take your pick and watch the biggest names in the sport, including France’s array of hopefuls, in action on the Philippe-Chatrier, Suzanne-Lenglen and Simonne-Mathieu courts and the outside courts. Make the most of the "Chatrier Upgrade" available with all tickets (outside courts, Suzanne-Lenglen and Simonne-Mathieu) and you can sit where you want in the lower stands of the Court Philippe-Chatrier during the day sessions from Wednesday 28 May to Wednesday 7 June, until spectators with Chatrier tickets arrive to take up their seats.

An evening with the stars

Introduced in 2021 and an especially spectacular and electric part of last year’s tournament, the night sessions are the place to be in 2023. There are ten such sessions on the programme, running from Monday 29 May and Wednesday 7 June, each of them starting at 20:00. Book a double evening pass and you can enjoy a double dose of night-time entertainment and attend on consecutive evenings at a reduced rate (from EUR 70).

Session de soirée / Roland-Garros 2022©Johan Sonnet / FFT
From the semi-finals to the finals

If you love the adrenalin and tension that comes with the tournament’s denouement, then you have two options. Book a semi-final pass and you’ll have a numbered seat of your own on the Court Philippe-Chatrier for the last-four clashes. There’s also a finals pass, which gives you the same seat in the stands on Chatrier on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 June and the opportunity to watch both 2023 singles champions receive their trophies.

An instant reward

How about making Roland-Garros 2023 a truly special, one-of-a-kind occasion? Select one of our four premium options (DiscoveryEmotionElegance or Passion) and enjoy the best seats on the main courts, access to private hospitality areas, and high-class, gourmet cuisine.

Choose your spot

So you’ve looked at everything and found the option that sates your appetite for tennis. All you need to do now is check the provisional 2023 tournament programme and ink in a date on your calendar. To help you decide on the exact seat you want, feel free to take a look at the maps of the Philippe-Chatrier, Suzanne-Lenglen and Simonne-Mathieu courts and to take a virtual tour.

See you at 10:00 on 15 March

Got everything worked out now? Then there’s nothing left for you to do but book your ticket on the official Roland-Garros ticketing site. Make sure everything goes smoothly on the day by checking your login details in advance or creating an account now if you don’t already have one. And don’t forget to update your browser to avoid any unwanted hold-ups when purchasing your tickets.

See you at 10:00 on 15 March and definitely see you at Roland-Garros 2023!

Entrée Stade Roland-Garros©Pauline Ballet / FFT