Roland-Garros 2025

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Your Roland-Garros 2025 and French Open travel experience starts here.

Roland-Garros, colloquially known as the French Open, is the second of four annual Grand Slams, after the Australian Open. Held annually in Paris, France, it’s the only Grand Slam to take place on clay courts. Those famous clay courts slow down the ball, leading to longer rallies and tougher points. Players must deploy strategy and strength to be victorious. While you may be drawn to Paris for the French Open, the city of Paris itself is an incredible place to visit. Home to attractions like the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Sacre Coeur and many more, you will come for the tennis and stay for the culture.

Our team are currently working on our French Open 2025 packages, due to be released in mid 2024. Packages will include official hospitality packages with dining experiences and reserved tickets, accompanied by hand-picked 4-star and 5-star hotels in Paris with daily breakfast and transport options. Enhance your trip further with extra travel services including extra nights, flights, transport, sightseeing and travel insurance. Whether you’re looking for a short Roland-Garros experience or planning a longer trip, our expert team are here to ensure you have an unforgettable French Open travel experience.

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  • Introduction

    Roland-Garros, widely known as the French Open, is one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world.

    Held annually in Paris, France, this Grand Slam event is unique for its clay courts, which distinguish it from the other three Grand Slam tournaments. The tournament takes place over two weeks, typically starting in late May and concluding in early June.

    Named after the French aviator Roland Garros, the tournament is held at the Stade Roland Garros, an iconic venue that has hosted the event since 1928. The clay surfaces of various courts at Roland Garros are famous for their slow-playing characteristics, which lead to longer rallies and a test of endurance and strategy for the players. This unique surface challenges even the most skilled athletes, making victories at Roland Garros particularly prestigious.

    The French Open features both men’s and women’s singles, doubles, and mixed doubles matches, as well as junior and wheelchair events. Over the years, it has witnessed historic matches and legendary performances from tennis greats such as Rafael Nadal, who holds the record for the most men’s singles titles, and Chris Evert, who has a remarkable record in women’s singles.

    Beyond the tennis, Roland-Garros is a celebration of French culture and elegance. The tournament attracts fans from around the world, offering them not only world-class tennis but also a taste of Parisian charm. From the iconic red clay courts to the vibrant atmosphere filled with the aroma of French cuisine and the sight of stylish spectators, Roland-Garros provides an unforgettable experience for players and fans alike.

    Whether you’re a die-hard tennis enthusiast or simply looking to experience one of the sporting world’s grandest stages, Roland-Garros stands as a testament to the beauty and challenge of tennis on clay, embodying both tradition and excellence in the heart of Paris.

    Whether you’re looking for a short Roland-Garros experience or planning a longer trip, we look forward to being your travel partner and will have French Open 2025 packages available soon. Packages will include hospitality experiences and reserved tickets, hand-picked hotels, daily breakfast and transport options. Packages can be customised with extra travel services including extra nights, flights, transport, sightseeing, travel insurance and more.

    For now we invite you to join the waitlist, so you’ll be notified when packages go on sale.

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    Fast facts

    1. First Tournament Year: The first French Open was held in 1891, but it was only open to French club members and played on grass. It became an international event in 1925.

    2. Stade Roland Garros Opening: Stade Roland Garros was opened in 1928 to host the Davis Cup final between France and the United States. France won, and the stadium has been the home of the French Open since then.

    3. Surface Type: Roland-Garros is the only Grand Slam tournament played on clay courts, which are actually composed of red brick dust.

    4. Rafael Nadal’s Record: As of 2023, Rafael Nadal has won the French Open 14 times, the most in the tournament’s history, with his first victory in 2005 and his most recent in 2022.

    5. Prize Money: In 2023, the total prize money for the French Open was €49.6 million, with the winners of the men’s and women’s singles titles each receiving €2.3 million.

    6. Attendance: The 2019 French Open set a record for attendance with 520,000 spectators over the course of the tournament.

    7. Philippe-Chatrier Court Roof: The retractable roof on Court Philippe-Chatrier was completed in 2020, consisting of 11 trusses weighing 350 tons each, and takes 15 minutes to close.

    8. Longest Match: The longest match in French Open history was a first-round encounter in 2004 between Fabrice Santoro and Arnaud Clément, which lasted 6 hours and 33 minutes over two days.

    9. Youngest Champion: Monica Seles became the youngest-ever French Open champion in 1990 at the age of 16 years and 6 months.

    10. Renovation and Expansion: In recent years, Stade Roland Garros has undergone significant renovations, including the addition of a new show court, Court Simonne-Mathieu, which is set within greenhouses containing rare plants.

  • Destination

    Destination Paris

    Paris, the enchanting capital of France, is a city that effortlessly blends timeless elegance with modern allure. Stroll along the Seine River and admire iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Louvre Museum, home to the Mona Lisa. Wander through charming cobblestone streets in historic neighborhoods such as Le Marais and Montmartre, where art and culture flourish.

    Savor exquisite French cuisine at world-renowned bistros and patisseries, indulging in delicate pastries, fine wines, and gourmet delights. Shop along the glamorous Champs-Élysées and explore the chic boutiques of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. As the sun sets, experience the vibrant nightlife with lively cafes, jazz clubs, and romantic Seine cruises with our partner company in Paris.

    Paris captivates with its rich history, artistic treasures, and sophisticated charm, offering an unforgettable journey that will leave you yearning for more. Come and fall in love with the City of Light.

    Climate

    Paris enjoys mild and pleasant weather in late May and early June, making it an ideal time to visit. Daytime temperatures average between 18°C and 22°C (64°F to 72°F), while nighttime lows range from 11°C to 14°C (52°F to 57°F). Although there are occasional showers, with about 10 to 12 rainy days per month, these are typically light and short-lived. The city enjoys around 7 to 8 hours of sunshine per day, and humidity levels are comfortable. When packing, consider bringing layers such as long-sleeve shirts, a light sweater or jacket, and comfortable pants, along with a small umbrella or raincoat for the occasional rain. Comfortable shoes are essential for exploring the city’s many attractions. Late May to early June is a wonderful time to experience Paris, with its blooming gardens, outdoor cafes, and vibrant atmosphere.

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Frequently asked questions

  • When is Roland-Garros 2025?

    Roland-Garros 2025 (French Open) will start on Sunday, 25 May 2025 and finish on Sunday, 8 June 2025.

  • Where is Roland-Garros 2025?

    Roland-Garros 2025 (French Open) is always held at Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France. The precinct is located in the 16th arrondissement to the west of the city. At Stade Roland Garros there are a number of outer courts, but the three main courts are:

    Court Simonne-Mathieu – No.3 Court

    Court Suzanne-Lenglen – No. 2 Court

    Court Philippe-Chatrier – No. 1 Court (Centre Court)

  • When do Roland-Garros 2025 tickets and packages go on sale?

    Roland-Garros 2025 tickets will go on sale direct from Roland-Garros in early 2025. Travel packages, including hospitality and reserved tickets, will go on sale a little bit earlier in mid to late 2024.

  • How can I buy Roland-Garros 2025 tickets?

    There are two ways to buy Roland-Garros 2025 (French Open) tickets:

    1. The first way is to wait for the General Public ticket sales period, held by Roland-Garros in early 2025. However often tickets can be hard to get, sell out quickly and you might not be able to accommodate a group together or get your desired sessions. You also have to wait until quite close to the event to secure your tickets so it makes planning an international trip difficult.
    2. The second way is to buy a travel package, including a hospitality experience and reserved tickets, plus hotel accommodation and other services. Travel packages go on sale earlier than individual tickets and save you time and money by offering additional services for one fixed price, in your local currency. Travel packages also enable to you to book other services for your trip early and take advantage of better prices and more availability of services.
  • What types of Roland-Garros 2025 packages are available?

    For Roland-Garros 2025 (French Open) we will offer travel packages including hospitality tickets and reserved seats. Packages will come with hand-picked hotel accommodation and can be customised with extra travel services including extra nights, flights, transport, sightseeing and travel insurance.

    Hospitality packages including reserved seats can also be purchased individually without a package.

  • Where should I stay for Roland-Garros 2025?

    For Roland-Garros 2025 (French Open) there are a few places you should stay. As the tournament is held in the 16th arrondissement, it’s not within walking distance of the centre of the city. There are a number of recommended arrondissements to stay and then commute via train or taxi/rideshare to Stade Roland Garros each day you have tickets for. If you have a day session ticket you can walk, depending on where your hotel is located (we can provide recommendations and tested options) however if you have a night session we recommend travelling via train or taxi/rideshare as walking through Paris at night may not be for everyone.

    We recommend staying in the following arrondissements:

    • 1st
    • 2nd
    • 6th
    • 7th
    • 8th
    • Some parts of the 15th
  • Why is the French Open called Roland-Garros?

    The French Open is called Roland-Garros in honour of Roland Garros, a pioneering French aviator and World War I hero. The tournament’s name pays tribute to his legacy and contributions to aviation and military service. In 1928, when the stadium was constructed to host France’s defence of the Davis Cup, it was named Stade Roland Garros to honour this national icon. The use of his name underscores the event’s deep cultural and historical significance in France, blending the nation’s rich heritage with the prestige of one of tennis’s most important tournaments.

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