Philippe Chatrier

Philippe Chatrier Court is the main stadium at Roland Garros, where the French Open is held each year. It was named after Philippe Chatrier, a former president of the French Tennis Federation who was instrumental in modernizing the tournament and making it a premier event in the tennis world.The court is the largest at Roland Garros, with a seating capacity of over 15,000 spectators. It features a retractable roof that was added in 2020, making it one of the few courts in the world to have such a feature.