French Open Tickets

Tickets are registered to the name of the ticket holder. The attendees will need to show some form of ID and the name on it must match the name on the ticket.

One of the four biggest and most famous tennis championships in the world will be taking place really soon, so if you are a tennis lover, this is the event you have to attend! The French Open, also known as the Roland Garros will be taking place in Paris, France, as every year and it will include men’s, women’s and doubles matches during two whole weeks. This is, without a doubt, the greatest event of the year! Buy your French Open tickets as soon as possible and get to enjoy the best serves and groundstrokes live! Some of the most recognized tennis players have participated in this tournament and have managed to win the big prize. Who will make it to the final this time? Don’t miss the chance and get hold of your French Open tickets right here, at Ticketbis!

The French Open tournament is held every year between late May and early June in the wonderful city of Paris at the Stade Roland Garros. Together with the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the US Open, the French Open makes up the historic Grand Slam. According to research, the term originated in the thirties, when the Australian, Jack Crawford amazingly won the Australian OpenRoland Garros and Wimbledon. Although he lost to Fred Perry in the final at the US Internationals, his legend continues to live on. Classing as one of the largest tennis events in the world, the French Open has the widest broadcasting and audience throughout the sport tennis. Furthermore it is known to be the most physically demanding tournament in tennis worldwide, due to the clay surfacing, for its known for being a slow-playing ground and due to there being no tiebreak in the final of the five-set men's singles. In fact, Roland Garros is the only Grand Slam held on clay, which makes this tournament even more unique.

Be part of the action and get your French Open tickets today! One of the current champions of this tennis competition is the Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal, who has won thrice in a row the Men's Singles and has now won nine Roland Garros titles in total over the years. Last year’s Women's Singles winner was the ever iconic Maria Sharapova, with open sparking her return to form in tennis. French team Julien Bennetau and Edouard Roger-Vasselin were the ones to achieve the Men's Doubles in 2014, and Hsieh Su-wei together with Peng Shuai were the duo to win the last years Women's Doubles. Last but not least the French-German duo Anna-Lena Gronefeld and Jean-Julien Rojer won the Mixed Doubles final match.

This year will surely be exciting, so make sure you don't miss out on the best of tennis events and see for yourself who will be crowned champion! At Ticketbis you will find the best French Open tickets, so don't hesitate any longer and buy your French Open tickets here and now! Get to live through an experience like never before!



Important information

Depending on the type of ticket you buy and tournament progression, you’ll get access to other courts.



If you buy a ticket for Philippe Chatrier court you’ll get access to:

- A reserved seat in Philippe Chatrier Court

- General admission to courts 4 to 18 (for a valid ticket from Sunday 24 to Saturday 30 May)

- General admission to courts 1 to 18 (for a valid ticket from Sunday 31 May to Wednesday 3 June)

- Suzanne Lenglen court and general admission to courts 4 to 18 (for a valid ticket from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 June)



If you buy a Suzanne Lenglen court ticket you’ll get access to:

- A reserved seat in the court

- General admission to courts 4 to 18 (for a valid ticket from Sunday 24 to Saturday 30 May)

- General admission to courts 1 to 18 (for a valid ticket from Sunday 31 May to Wednesday 3 June)

- General admission to courts 1 to 18 (for a valid ticket from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 June)

- Important: A specific ticket for Suzanne Lenglen court doesn’t exist from the 4 June - you can gain entry with a Ground Pass or a Philippe Chatrier ticket.



If you buy a ticket for the Court 1 you’ll get access to:

- A reserved seat in Court 1

- General admission to courts 4 to 18 (for a valid ticket from Sunday 24 to Saturday 30 May)

- Important: A specific ticket for Suzanne Lenglen court doesn’t exist from the 31 May - you can gain entry with a Ground Pass or a Suzanne Lenglen or Philippe Chatrier ticket.



If you buy a ticket for annex courts you’ll get access to:

- General admission to courts 2 to 18 (for a valid ticket from Sunday 24 to Saturday 30 May)

- General admission to courts 1 to 18 (for a valid ticket from Sunday 31 May to Wednesday 3 June)

- Suzanne Lenglen court and general admission to courts 1 to 18 (for a valid ticket from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 June)