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About the event
Roland Garros 2023
Roland Garros - is the only sand court tournament in the Grand Slam series - and presents a special challenge for the players, as the game on red ash is much slower than on hard court surfaces, for example. As a result, the matches last longer on average than matches in other Grand Slam tournaments. The Center Court in Paris is named after Philippe Chatrier (1926-2000), the tournament after the aviation pioneer Roland Garros (1888-1918).
Take your seat on Centre Court Philippe-Chatrier or on the court Suzanne-Lenglen. Tennis pros such as Boris Becker, Roger Federer, Steffi Graf or Serena Willams have made the French Open victory world famous.
Travel with VIP-HOSPITALITY and experience exciting matches with the best players in the world live. See for yourself. Allow us to create your own personalized travel package to one of the most famous tennis event in the world. Our travel packages include first class hotels in Paris, tickets, access to exclusive in-stadium restaurants and bars, a full English breakfast daily, and much more. The French Open are one of those big events that needs to be experienced in person to be fully appreciated and 2023 could be your year.
Go on the road with VIP-HOSPITALITY and find out. Combine tradition in the capital of France with tennis at the highest level.
About the venue
Stade Roland Garros
The Stade Roland Garros is a tennis complex in the 16th arrondissement of Paris in France. The complex is owned by the Fédération Française de Tennis (FFT). The second Grand Slam tennis tournament, the French Open, takes place here every year between the end of May and the beginning of June. The complex, which was built in 1927, was named after the French aviation pioneer Roland Garros, who became an ace in flying during the First World War and died in combat in 1918. On all courts of the Stade Roland Garros, the tournament is played on clay.
Source images: Yann Caradec