How to Buy French Open 2023 Tickets Online
The 2023 French Open is all set to kick off on May 30 at Roland Garros. The second GrandSlam of the year will feature night sessions on Court Philippe-Chatrier for the first time in the history of the competition. The French Open 2023 tickets are on sale for the fans and here’s the guide on how to buy French Open or Ronald-Garros 2023 tickets online.
The Roland-Garros is scheduled to happen despite the covid-19 second wave. However, French Federation ensured that all the security protocols will be followed and fans will be allowed to spectate from the stands.
2023 French Open Schedule of Play
This upcoming edition of the French Open is all set to kick off on May 17 and end on June 6 with the men’s singles final.
|DATE||SESSION #||GATES OPEN||PLAY STARTS (SHOW COURTS)||PLAY STARTS (OUTER COURTS)||MATCHES (SINGLES)|
|Sun 23 May – Day||1||10:00 AM||11:00 AM||11:00 AM||First round|
|Mon 24 May – Day||2||10:00 AM||11:00 AM||11:00 AM||First round|
|Tue 25 May – Day||3||10:00 AM||11:00 AM||11:00 AM||First round|
|Wed 26 May – Day||4||10:00 AM||11:00 AM||11:00 AM||Second round|
|Thu 27 May – Day||5||10:00 AM||11:00 AM||11:00 AM||Second round|
|Fri 28 May – Day||6||10:00 AM||11:00 AM||11:00 AM||Third round|
|Sat 29 May – No play||7||10:00 AM||11:00 AM||11:00 AM||Third round|
|Sun 30 May– Day||8||10:00 AM||11:00 AM||11:00 AM||Fourth round|
|Mon 31 May – Day||9||10:00 AM||11:00 AM||11:00 AM||Fourth round|
|Tue 1 Jun – Day||10||10:00 AM||12:00 PM||11:00 AM||Quarterfinals|
|Wed 2 Jun – Day||11||10:00 AM||12:00 PM||11:00 AM||Quarterfinals|
|Thu 3 Jun – Day||12||10:00 AM||12:00 PM||11:00 AM||Ladies’ Semifinals|
|Fri 4 Jun – Day||13||10:00 AM||3:00 PM||11:00 AM||Gentlemen’s semifinals|
|Sat 5 Jun – Day||14||10:00 AM||11:30 AM / 3:00 PM||11:00 AM||Ladies’ final|
|Sun 6 Jun – Day||15||10:00 AM||11:30 AM / 3:00 PM||11:00 AM||Gentlemen’s final|
How to Buy French Open 2023 Tickets?
Firstly, only FFT-licensed clubs will be able to buy the French Open tickets. After this, the sale will be open to the general public. The terms and conditions regarding the resale of the tickets are yet to be released by French Federation.
Fans can buy the French Open 2023 tickets online by visiting the GrandSlam official website. Fans need to create an account to buy tickets. Only limited time will be given to fans to buy tickets. The option of purchasing corporate hospitality will also be made available in the future.
French Open 2023 Tickets Limitation
There are no restrictions in purchasing tickets for the qualifying rounds. The limitations are set on the main draw. As per French Federation tickets guidelines, a person can buy 12 tickets during the entire tournament and a maximum of 4 tickets per day.
For main courts matches, tennis fans can buy only four tickets throughout the tournament. For the men’s singles final of Ronald-Garros 2023 one person can buy only two tickets.
Due to precautionary measures against Covid-19, only 50-60% of French Open tickets are there for sale. With limited people in attendance, fans have to maintain social distancing and sit on the very alternative seat leaving one seat in between.
When do the French Open 2023 tickets go on sale?
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the Roland Garros tickets will go on sale but exact dates are yet to confirm but you may expect to buy from early May 2023. The dates for the Roland Garros tickets 2023 will also from category to category.
Ticket Release Dates for 2023 French Open
- Business Packages: Whole Year
- FFT Club Members: May 2023
- General Public, All Packages: May 2023
- Disabled Persons: TBC
- Resale Service: TBC
- Last Minute Tickets: May 2023
Roland-Garros Ticket Prices for 2023
The tickets prices for French Open 2023 depends on the court and categories. The Court Suzanne-Lenglen and Court Simonne-Mathieu tickets will cost around €60 while prices for Category 2 and 1 will depend on which day you buy the tickets for the French Open. The category 3 tickets to be priced at around €70.
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The ticket prices for the Court Philippe-Chatrier will range from €70 to €160 for the Category 3 while Category 1 tickets can be purchased from €150 to €310. The cheapest French Open tickets is of outside courts which will cost not more than €30.
Multi-Days Passes Price: You can also buy tickets for multiple days via multi-day passes which are available for Philippe-Chatrier Court, Suzanne-Lenglen Court and the outside courts. The price for multi-day passes starts from €213 to €415 while for the Semi-Finals, it costs around €275 to €465 and while for the Finals passes, the price can go up to €305 to €515.