French Open FAQ
The demand for tickets to witness the French Open 2023, is high and they are selling rapidly. However, the availability is limited, and many fans may miss out on the opportunity to watch their favorite tennis players compete.
To ease your worries, we offer a personal box office service that works tirelessly to secure the best seats for you, even if the event is sold out. You won't have to endure internet queues or worry about last-minute orders. Our service caters to personal or corporate bookings and includes phone-based customer support to assist you with any queries.
French Open ticket delivery
Tickets will be sent to you by email no later than a week before your first match date. if you placed your order early, usually we send them Mid May.
French Open tennis tickets are personalised
Please note that all French Open tickets must be personalised with the name and birthdate of the person using the ticket. This is a requirement of the French Federation of Tennis. We will request the names and birthdates of each person in your group, and transfer them onto the tickets. However, all transfers must be completed by midnight Paris time the day before your match. After this time, ticket transfers are no longer possible.
Day session is full of actions and matches, check the schedule here.
Since 2019, Roland Garros has a night session every day except the first Sunday and last 4 days of tournament. It is one great match under the lights, like the epic quarter final in 2022, Nadal against Djokovic!
Reserved tickets in the Philippe Chatrier Court give you access to the grounds and outside courts, known as the Annex courts where you can watch other exciting matches.
Tickets are allocated in a minimum of pairs, but we tried our best to keep larger bookings together. For group bookings of 5 or more people to be seated together or odd numbers of seats, please call to inquire regarding availability and price. These special orders incur a surcharge.