All of the courts are accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Wheelchair users (and their attendants)
In case of booking at one of our main courts, Philippe-Chatrier or Suzanne-Lenglen, people must be holders of a ticket for the court concerned. A specific placement adapted to your situation will be offered to you. To facilitate access to as many people as possible, only one attendant is allowed per person, and this attendant must have a ticket. To access the court and the seat that will be assigned to you, please make sure to keep and present to the reception staff the ticket issued at the entrance of the stadium.
Access to the Simonne-Mathieu court will be on a free seating basis within the limits of available places. The Annexes courts all have a ramp allowing you to access the courts (depending on the availability) in the best conditions.
Take a look at the stadium access map for wheelchair users, which shows you how to access the courts.
People with Disabilities (PWD) - other than wheelchair users
Your seat will be located near an elevator and you will have a minimum number of steps to climb to get to your seat in the stands.
Heat & sun :
- For your own comfort, bring sunglasses (some WU seats are behind glass), sun cream, and a hat or cap.
- To keep you hydrated, a large number of water fountains are available in the stadium. You will find them on the interactive map (at the top of this page).
Cold and during night sessions:
- Remember to bring a blanket or warmer clothing.
Need for quiet/rest :
A quiet zone is offered at the level of the C22 access of the Philippe-Chatrier court.
For people with an assistance dog, exits from the stadium are allowed for the dog's natural needs. If you are lost in the stadium, please contact the stadium reception staff or go to an information point/to the services area (near the court 7).
Eating and drinking
Food counters, shops and kiosks can all be accessed by all.