27 September - 11 October 2020

Roland Garros

Stade Roland-Garros, France

Roland Garros – 27 September - 11 October 2020

Schedule

  • 21/09/2020

  • Major Events

It’s almost time for the final Grand Slam of the year. Find out everything you need to know ahead of the 124th staging of the French Open, at Roland Garros.

When is the French Open 2020?

The main draw of the third and final Grand Slam of the year will begin on Sunday 27 September and will run until Sunday 11 October. Qualifying for the event began on Monday 21 September and will take place each day until Friday 25 September.

In addition to the men’s and women’s singles and doubles events is the wheelchair competition, which will begin on Wednesday 7 October and will finish on Sunday 11 October.

Where is the French Open 2020 being held?

Stade Roland Garros in Paris has hosted the French Open since 1928 and it will be no different this year. The main show courts at Roland Garros are: Court Philippe Chatrier, Court Suzanne Lenglen and Court Simonne Mathieu.

For the first time in its history Court Philippe Chatrier has a retractable roof, which means they will be able to play until late into the night, if needed.

Which British players are competing in the French Open 2020?

A host of British players – including current Number 1s Johanna Konta and Dan Evans – will compete in the French Slam. Andy Murray, who finished as a runner-up in the event in 2016, has also been granted a wildcard into the men’s singles where he will be joined by Kyle Edmund and Cameron Norrie. Heather Watson is also confirmed in the field for the women’s singles, while Harriet Dart, Sam Murray, Liam Broady and Jay Clarke have all entered qualifying for the event.

Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski – along with Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram – will headline the British challenge in the men’s doubles, while Gordon Reid, Alfie Hewett, Andy Lapthorne and Jordanne Whiley are all confirmed to play in the wheelchair event.

When is the draw for the French Open 2020 taking place?

This year's draw for the men’s and women’s singles took place on Thursday 24 September. In the pick of the first round ties Andy Murray will face Stan Wawrinka while Johanna Konta is up against teenage star Cori Gauff.

When will the first matches of the French Open 2020 start?

The French Open 2020 will start on Sunday 27 September with the men’s and women’s singles competitions beginning that day. The first session will start at 10:00 UK time. The men’s and women’s doubles competitions will start on Wednesday 30 September and Thursday 1 October respectively at 10:00 UK time, while the wheelchair competition will get under way on Thursday 7 October at 10:00 UK time.

How to watch and live stream the French Open 2020 in the UK

ITV4 has exclusive free to air coverage of Roland Garros in the UK while you can also watch on Eurosport.

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