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French Open Schedule 2024: All the Information

One of the four tennis grand slams is the French Open. The 2024 French Open schedule has been revealed. With the first round of Roland Garros scheduled for May 26. And the French Open final scheduled for June 9 at Court Philippe-Chatrier.

The only grand slam competition held at Roland Garros in Paris, France, on a clay court is the French Open. Top tennis players like Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal compete at Roland Garros. During the French Open, two female players will be competing. Iga Swiatek and Aryna Sabalenka. Rafael Nadal, who owns a record 14 Roland Garros title victories. Is the most dominant player on clay courts.

French Open Schedule for 2024

The French open schedule in play is provided below, detailing it all

DateDAYSessionStart TimeRound
26th May 2024SundayDay11:00 AM1st Round
27th May 2024MondayDay11:00 AM1st Round
28th May 2024TuesdayDay09:00 PM1st Round
29th May 2024WednesdayDay11:00 AM1st Round
30th May 2024ThrusdayDay11:00 AM2nd Round
31th May 2024FridayDay11:00 AM3rd  Round
01 June 2024SaturdayDay11:00 AM3rd  Round
02 June 2024SundayDay11:00 AM4th Round
03 June 2024MondayDay11:00 AM4th Round
04 June 2024TuesdayDay11:00 AMQuarterfinals
05 June 2024WednesdayDay11:00 AMQuarterfinals
06 June 2024ThrusdayDay12:00 PMSemifinal’s
07 June 2024FridayDay02:30 PMSemifinal’s
08 June 2024SaturdayDay03:00 PMWomen’s Final
09 June 2024SundayDay03:00 PMMan’s Final

Open Format French

The five primary events that comprise. The French Open tennis tournament are as follows:

  • Men’s Singles
  • Women’s Individuals
  • Men’s Doubles
  • Ladies’ Doubles
  • Combine Twos

The format of the tournament varies depending on the event. There are 128 players in each of the men’s and women’s singles competitions. While each doubles draw consists of 64 teams. The mixed doubles draw consists of 32 teams.

French open court names

These French Open matches are held on the four Roland Garros courts, which are

  • Outside of courts 
  • Philippe-Chatrier 
  • Suzanne-Lenglen 
  • Simmone-Mathieu.

Philippe-Chatrier Court is the site of the French Open final.

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