How and where to watch Roland-Garros 2024?

All you need to know about the official broadcasters of the Roland-Garros 2024 tournament, which will be held from 20 May – 9 June!

Iga Swiatek / Court Philippe-Chatrier, Roland-Garros 2023©Amélie Laurin / FFT

This year, Roland-Garros is once again enjoying exceptional TV coverage in France courtesy of France Télévisions and Prime Video. The tournament is also being broadcast internationally on more than 170 television channels in some 220 countries.

France: France Télévisions and Prime Video

The FFT is delighted to extend its partnership with France Télévisions and Prime Video for another 4 years.

Under the new agreement, France Télévisions, including France 2, France 3, France 4 and its digital platform, is exclusively broadcasting the Opening Week (qualifying rounds) and the matches played during the day on every court, including Simonne-Mathieu. France Télévisions (France 4) will broadcast a final of the wheelchair tennis event with Adecco on Court Philippe-Chatrier on Saturday 8 June.

Prime Video will provide exclusive coverage of the 11 evening sessions (Sunday 26 May to Wednesday 5 June) beginning at 8.30pm. The semi-finals and the final, singles and doubles (men and women) and the mixed doubles final will be co-broadcast by France Télévisions and Prime Video.

Plateau TV / Roland-Garros
©Amélie Laurin / FFT

Major international TV coverage

Outside of France, the Paris Grand Slam is being broadcast on Eurosport in more than 50 countries across Europe.

The FFT has also signed a new agreement with CCTV in China to broadcast Roland-Garros for the next five years.

In Oceania, the FFT is delighted to extend its contract with Nine in Australia and Sky in New Zealand. Finally, CJ Media will continue to successfully broadcast the next three editions of the tournament in South Korea.