Legal notice and general terms and conditions of use

Legal notice

The publisher of the site (the Site) is the French Tennis Federation

Roland-Garros Stadium
2 avenue Gordon Bennett
75016 Paris

 Tel : 01 47 43 48 00
Fax : 01 47 43 04 94
Email address: 

The Site's publication director is Gilles Moretton.

The Site is hosted by
38, avenue John F. Kennedy, L-1855 LUXEMBOURG
+352 26 73 33 00 

31 Place des Corolles, Tour Carpe Diem, 92400 COURBEVOIE, FRANCE
+338 92 97 61 67

General terms and conditions of use



The purpose of these General Terms and Conditions of Use (the "GTU") is to govern the terms of use of the website ""(the "Website") by users browsing the Website (the "User(s)").

The GTU are enforceable against the User from their first visit to the Website and for the entire duration of the use of the Website.

The User acknowledges that the use of the Website requires compliance with all the provisions set out in the GTU.

The GTU apply without restriction or reservation to the services offered by the French Tennis Federation (the "FFT") on the Website.

ARTICLE 1 – Presentation of the Website

The Website provides free information on the organisation and running of the French Open tournament. It also enables visitors to follow professional tennis news.


ARTICLE 2 - Conditions of access to the Website

Access to the Website is free of charge for any User with Internet access.

However, the equipment (computer, software, Internet browser, etc.) allowing access to the Website and the use of its functionalities are the exclusive responsibility of the Users, as are the telecommunication costs incurred by the connections to the Website.

Any access to the Website by a minor is made under the full responsibility of the holder(s) of parental authority. It is up to the latter to determine whether the information, data, texts, software, photographs, sounds, messages and any content offered on the Website are suitable for the minor for whom he/she is responsible.


ARTICLE 3 - Personal information/personal data

In accordance with the regulations on the protection of personal data, the User is informed that the FFT (as the data controller) processes personal data.

Users are invited to refer to the Personal Data Protection Policy to learn more about this processing of personal data and the extent of their rights  (LINK TO DATA PROTECTION POLICY).


ARTICLE 4 – Responsibility of the User

The User undertakes to use the Website in full compliance with the laws and regulations in force.

The User shall not reproduce, copy, sell, resell or exploit for commercial purposes all or part of the Website.

The User shall not introduce viruses, malware, or any other harmful elements of any kind into the Website, which are designed to limit, damage, alter, divert or interrupt the functionality and/or performance of the Website or to delete or modify its content.

The User is prohibited from using any software, device, robot, script, program, automated means, other process or technological technique to extract any information, data or content from the Website.

In the event of a breach of the prohibitions set out in this article, the FFT may take any appropriate measure or take any action it deems necessary, including but not limited to the suspension and/or blocking of access to the Website without the User being able to claim any compensation or redress.


 ARTICLE 5 – Responsibility of the FFT

The data and information appearing on the Website are communicated by the FFT for information purposes only. The FFT cannot guarantee their complete reliability and exhaustiveness. 

The use of the Website and any material or information obtained through it is the sole responsibility of the User.

The FFT cannot be held responsible for the lack of performance of the Website or for any delay in transmission due to technical problems or breakdowns. 

The FFT reserves the right to interrupt, temporarily suspend or modify without notice access to all or part of the Website and its functionalities, in order to carry out maintenance or for any other reason, without the interruption giving rise to any obligation or compensation whatsoever.

In addition, the FFT cannot be held responsible for any material damage and consequential damage caused to Users of the Website, to their computer equipment and/or to the data stored on it, as well as for the consequences that this may have on their personal, professional or commercial activity.

Furthermore, the FFT cannot be held responsible for any malfunction of the network or servers (or any other event beyond its reasonable control) which would prevent or degrade access to the Website or the use of all or part of its functions.


ARTICLE 6 –  Intellectual property

The Website and its content (software, texts, images, sounds, graphics, etc.) constitute an intellectual work which is the exclusive property of the FFT and protected by current French and international legislation on copyright.

The names, trademarks and logos of the "Roland-Garros," "Fédération Française de Tennis" and "FFT", the trademarks and logos of the FFT's partners, as well as all other names, trademarks and logos which appear or may appear on the Website are the exclusive property of the FFT, its partners or third parties, and are protected by the intellectual property rights in force.

Any distribution, reproduction, representation, copy, extraction, transfer, modification, or alteration (whether total or partial) of the Website and its content, names, trademarks and logos is strictly prohibited without the express authorisation of their owner and sanctioned by the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code.

Apart from simple consultation of the Website and use of its functionalities for personal purposes, any other use of the Website or its content is subject to the prior agreement of the FFT.


ARTICLE 7 - Third-party Website


The pages of the Website may contain hyperlinks to other Websites managed by companies other than the FFT and over which the FFT has no control. By clicking on these links, the User leaves the Website

The FFT does not assume any responsibility for the content of these third-party Websites or for the content to which these third-party Websites may link.


ARTICLE 8 - Modification of the GTU


The FFT reserves the right to modify the terms, conditions and mentions appearing in these GTU  at any time.

The User will be informed on the Website in the event of modification of these GTU.

Any User who visits the Website after the publication of the new GTU and the information of this publication on the Website is deemed to have read and accepted them.

Users are invited to regularly consult the latest version of the GTU available on the Website in the "Legal Notice" section.


Article 9 - Nullity

In the event that any of the provisions of the GTU are found to be invalid, the other provisions shall remain in force.


ARTICLE 10 - Force majeure

The TFF shall not be held responsible, or be considered to have failed to comply with these GTU, for any delay or non-performance when the cause of the delay or non-performance is linked to an event of force majeure.


 ARTICLE 11 - Correspondence

Any complaint and/or notification must be made in writing and sent to the FFT by post to the following address

Fédération Française de Tennis

2 Avenue Gordon Bennett

75016 Paris


ARTICLE 12 – Applicable law and jurisdiction

These GTU are subject to French law. Any dispute relating to the interpretation and/or execution of these terms and conditions shall be submitted to the competent courts in accordance with the rules of common law.