Watch the RG19 draws live!


Men's and women's singles draws will unfold from 6.45pm local time on Thursday.

Rémy Azémar et Gabriella Papadakis au tirage au sort de Roland-Garros 2018 draw ceremony Roland-Garros 2018.©Julien Crosnier/FFT

The Roland-Garros 2019 men's and women's singles draws will take place at 6.45pm on Thursday 23 May.

The draw ceremony will be staged at the Orangerie building, located in the Jardin des Serres d'Auteuil.

Where to watch

The ceremony will be broadcast live on the grounds of Stade Roland-Garros and can be watched on the giant screen outside Court Suzanne-Lenglen.

For those not at Roland-Garros, the ceremony will be televised on the France TV.Sport platform and on Eurosport 1. For those outside France, watch on Eurosport player (Europe), Tennis Channel (USA) and Tencent (China) on the Tencent Sports website.

You can also follow the ceremony live on the Roland-Garros Facebook page and YouTube channel.

A special guest

French sporting legend Teddy Riner will assist with the draw ceremony. Riner was a judo gold medallist in the 100kg category at both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the latter at which he was also the French flag-bearer.

He is a 10-time world champion and five-time European champion, and is currently preparing for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Draw procedure

The ceremony will commence with the women's singles draw, where unseeded players will be placed in the draw electronically before Riner draws the women's seeds. Afterwards, the men's singles draw will be carried out, using the same procedure.