French Open Tickets

The sport of lawn tennis has its connections to the ancient game of real tennis and evolved in the late 19th century in the United Kingdom. It was the upper-class population which readily adopted it and then the game spread across the globe as well. People of all ages play this game which has become an Olympic sport. Anyone who can hold a racket can play this game. Every year, four Grand Slam tennis tournaments are held in the world to recognize the best players in this sport. One such major tennis tournament is the French Open that is held at the Stade Roland Garros, in Paris, France. It is scheduled between late May and early June over a period of two weeks.

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French Open is one of the most celebrated tennis events and is the second of the Grand Slam tournaments for the year. The tournament is played on a clay court and it is regarded as the most physically demanding tennis tournament in the world owing to the five-set men's singles matches without tiebreak in the final and the slow playing surface. The players capturing the singles championship title for 2009 are Roger Federer from Switzerland (in males) and Svetlana Kuznetsova from Russia (in females).

The tournament is known as Les Internationaux de France de Roland Garros in France, or simply "Roland Garros". The tournament was first held in 1891 and was initially open to only tennis players belonging to French clubs carrying the title the Championnat de France International de Tennis. In 1897, the women's tournament also commenced. The practice of allowing only French club members in the event continued till 1924. A World Hard Court Championship event was also held from 1912 to 1923 in Saint Cloud being played on clay courts. That tournament was open to international competitors and hailed as the precursor to Roland Garros. Such eminent tennis players participated in that event as Tony Wilding who played in 1913 and 1914, and Bill Tilden who entered the contest in 1921. World Hard Court Championships were not held in 1924 for the reason that tennis was played at the Paris Olympic Games.

The authorities planned in 1925 to bring international competitors in French Championships in tournaments conducted on a grass surface alternating between the venues of the Racing Club de France and Stade Francais. Finally the French endeavored to stage a championship in 1928 at Porte d'Auteuil after the success in the Davis Cup on American soil by the Philadelphia Four. Three hectares of land were offered to the tennis authorities by the Stade de France with the understanding that the new venue will be named Roland Garros (a World War I pilot). The Davis Cup challenge was ultimately hosted by the new Stade de Roland Garros stadium renamed Court Philippe Chatrier in 1988.

Wimbledon was the second tennis event with the Peter vong Championships being held afterwards from 1945 through 1947. The year 1968 marked the French tennis competitions to allow both professionals and amateurs to participate thus becoming the first Grand Slam tournament to do so. The French Open promises great excitement to the viewers and rewards for the players. The prizes offered in this event since 1981 embrace the Prix Citron (for player carrying the strongest personality and character), the Prix Orange (for the player who demonstrates cooperative attitude with the press besides nursing the best sportsmanship) and the Prix Bourgeon (for the tennis player exposure of the year).

A novel event has also been added to French Open starting 2006, where 12 singles matches are staged on the three main courts on a Sunday. For both males and females, equal prize money was also announced in March 2007 for the first time ever.

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French Open Ticket Prices

The average price for French Open Tickets start from $126. The minimum get in price is $126 for French Open Tickets at the Outside Courts at Stade Roland Garros, Paris. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
French Open 2020: Men's & Women's Singles - 1st Round Paris 24-May-20 $393 $260
French Open 2020: Men's & Women's 1st Round - Day Session Paris 24-May-20 $249 $200
French Open 2020 - Grounds Pass: Men's & Women's 1st Round Paris 24-May-20 $126 $126
French Open 2020: Men's & Women's Singles - 1st Round Paris 25-May-20 $371 $239
French Open 2020: Men's & Women's Singles - 1st Round Paris 26-May-20 $375 $217
French Open 2020: Men's & Women's Singles - 2nd Round Paris 27-May-20 $399 $247
French Open 2020: Men's & Women's 2nd Round - Day Session Paris 27-May-20 $276 $230
French Open 2020: Men's & Women's Singles - 2nd Round Paris 28-May-20 $411 $274
French Open 2020: Men's & Women's 2nd Round - Day Session Paris 28-May-20 $277 $230
French Open 2020: Men's & Women's Singles - 3rd Round Paris 29-May-20 $499 $325

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