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Roland Garros, French Open

Stade Roland-Garros, France 20 May - 09 June 2024

Centre Court at Roland Garros at sunset

Roland Garros 2024: Preview, draw, schedule, player list, UK times & how to watch


The pinnacle of the 2024 clay court season is right around the corner as the world's best tennis stars head to Paris for the second Grand Slam of the year.

Check out the latest schedule, draws and player lists for this year's Roland Garros.

When is Roland Garros 2024?

This year’s Roland Garros will kick-start on Monday 20 May with the qualifying stages before the main draw action gets underway on Sunday 26 May.

The 15-day long tournament will conclude Sunday 9 June.

The Wheelchair tennis draws will begin on Tuesday 4 June through to Saturday 8 June.

Day sessions are scheduled to take place at 10:00 BST, with the night sessions starting at 19:30 BST.

Where is Roland Garros 2024 being held?

Roland Garros, also known as the French Open, is staged at Stade Roland Garros in the heart of Paris.

The 21-acre complex is home to 20 red clay courts, including the iconic Court Philippe Chatrier and Court Suzanne Lenglen.

Between July-August, the Stade Roland Garros will also play host to the 2024 Paris Olympics, as some of the world’s best tennis stars head to the capitol to compete for Olympic glory.

What is the Roland Garros schedule?

The 2024 Roland Garros schedule is as follows:

  • Men’s and women’s singles: 26 May-9 June
  • Men’s and women’s doubles: 28 May-8 June
  • Mixed doubles: 29 May-6 June
  • Junior events: 2-8 June
  • Wheelchair events: 4-8 June

Roland Garros 2024 draw

This year’s Roland Garros draw will take place on Thursday 23 May.

Keep updated with the latest draw information on our website.

Where to watch Roland Garros 2024

You can watch all live action of the 2024 Roland Garros exclusively on Eurosport and Discovery+.

Which British players will be competing at Roland Garros 2024?

Women’s singles


Katie Boulter is Paris bound as she prepares to make her main draw debut at Roland Garros. Up until now, Boulter’s best performance at the tournament came last year where she reached the second round of the qualifying stages.

Despite the clay being her most unfamiliar surface, Boulter demonstrated grit and determination in Great Britain’s recent Billie Jean King Cup tie against France where she beat Clara Burel 7-5, 6-0 to help the Brits qualify for the Finals in November. With confidence radiating in her game and two WTA titles to her name since this time last year, can Boulter cause an upset in Paris?

Also joining the women’s line-up is British No.2 Harriet Dart, who will be gunning to beat her tournament best of the first round, while Jodie Burrage has received direct entry to the main draw for the first time in her career and is set to make her first appearance since undergoing surgery.

Men’s singles


Cam Norrie returns to Roland Garros eager to surpass his tournament best effort of the third round, which he’s reached on three occasions (2021, 2022 and 2023).

This clay court swing has seen Norrie reach the quarter-final of the Barcelona Open and second round at the Madrid Masters and Italian Open and will be looking to make a statement at the second Grand Slam tournament of the season.

Jack Draper will be hoping he can string an impressive run together in the French capitol after he was forced to retire from his opening round match against Tomas Etcheverry last year due to injury. Draper has showcased excellent form on the red clay so far with his quarter-final run at the BMW Open topping his recent performances.

Dan Evans is also set for main draw action while Andy Murray will return to the big stage after recovering from an ankle injury.

More information on which British tennis players will be competing in the doubles, wheelchair and qualifying draws will be available soon.

Who are the reigning Roland Garros champions?


  • Women’s singles: Iga Swiatek (POL)
  • Men’s singles: Novak Djokovic (SRB)
  • Women’s doubles: Hsieh Su-wei (TWN) & Wang Xinyu (CHN)
  • Men’s doubles: Ivan Dodig (CRO) & Austin Krajicek (USA)
  • Mixed doubles: Miyu Kato (JPN) & Tim Putz (GER)
  • Wheelchair men’s singles: Tokito Oda (JPN)
  • Wheelchair women’s singles: Diede de Groot (NED)
  • Wheelchair quad singles: Niels Vink (NED)
  • Wheelchair men’s doubles: Alfie Hewett (GBR) & Gordon Reid (GBR)
  • Wheelchair women’s doubles: Yui Kamiji (JPN) & Kgothatso Montjane (ZAF)
  • Wheelchair quad doubles: Andy Lapthorne (GBR) & Donald Ramphadi (ZAF)

Roland Garros results

You can follow all the latest French Open results of our British tennis players on our website and social media channels.

Come back soon to find out more.

Roland Garros prize money

The French Open prize money for this year’s tournament has seen a significant increase, with EUR 53,478,000 being handed out across all draws

The men’s and women’s champions will take home €2,400,000 while the runners-up will be awarded €1,200,000.
















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