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Roland Garros: When are the Scots playing and how can I watch?


Most of the world’s best tennis players are gathering in Paris for the second Grand Slam tournament of the year.

Cam Norrie, Jamie Murray and Gordon Reid will be flying the flag for Scotland at Roland Garros.

One big name missing, though, is Andy Murray, who has decided to focus on the grass season.

When is the 2023 Roland Garros?

Main draw action got underway on Sunday 28 May and ends two weeks later on 11 June.

Most of the matches will take place during day sessions, scheduled to start at 10am, with night sessions beginning at 7.30pm.

Wheelchair and junior main draws take place during the second week.

Where is the tournament held?

Like every year since 1928, it’s being held at Stade Roland Garros, which is one of the most prestigious tennis venues in the world.

The venue now comprises 20 courts, including the main Court Philippe Chatrier, which has the capacity to hold more than 15,000 spectators, and the Court Suzanne Lenglen.

The complex is also home to several other world-class facilities including a tennis museum, several restaurants, and a tennis school.

Who have the Scots drawn?

Scotland’s number one Cam Norrie will open his Men’s Singles campaign against the French player Benoit Paire.

Jamie Murray and partner Michael Venus will play Diego Hidalgo and David Vega Hernandez in the first round of the Men’s Doubles.

Gordon Reid will learn his opponents in the Men’s Wheelchair Singles and Doubles – of which he is defending champion alongside Alfie Hewitt - later.

See the full draws here.

Who are the reigning champions?

Men’s singles – Rafael Nadal (ESP)
Women’s singles – Iga Swiatek (POL)
Men’s doubles – Marcelo Arevalo (SLV) and Jean-Julien Rojer (NED)
Women’s doubles – Carolina Garcia (FRA) and Kristina Mladenovic (FRA)
Mixed doubles – Ena Shibahara (JPN) and Wesley Koolhof (NED)
Wheelchair men’s singles – Shingo Kunieda (JPN)
Wheelchair women’s singles – Diede de Groot (NED)
Wheelchair quad singles – Niels Vink (NED)
Wheelchair men’s doubles – Alfie Hewitt (GBR) and Gordon Reid (GBR)
Wheelchair women’s doubles – Diede de Groot (NED) and Aniek van Koot (NED)
Wheelchair quad doubles – Sam Schroder (NED) and Neils Vink (NED)

How can I watch Roland Garros?

UK coverage of the 2023 French Open will be broadcast live exclusively on Eurosport and Discovery+.

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