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🎾Roland Garros French Open

The French Open, also known as Roland-Garros, is the second of the four Grand Slam tournaments and is held at the Stade Roland-Garros in Paris. The French Open is a particularly exciting event to attend due to it being regarded as the most physically demanding tournament in the world and the only one of the Grand Slam competitions held on a clay court. The event begins in late May each year over the space of two weeks with a total of seven rounds. Zenseats is able to offer the best seats and hospitality packages for every round of this highly anticipated annual tournament, you can reach out to our customer service team for further details.

History

The French Open, previously known as the French Championships, began in 1891 and at the time was only open to tennis players who were members of French clubs. The first women’s singles tournament was held in 1987 and the mixed doubles competition was included from 1902.

In 1925 the French Championships welcomed international amateurs and was recognised as a major championship by the International Law Tennis Federation. The tournament has been held at the Stade de Roland-Garros since 1928. It was the first of the Grand Slam competitions to go open, allowing both amateurs and professionals to enter since 1968, which is when it was renamed the French Open.

The French Open presents a number of unique challenges that set it apart from the other Grand Slam tournaments. First, the clay surface slows down the speed of the tennis ball and produces a higher bounce compared to other courts, it is also required to play seven rounds to achieve the championship and for the men’s singles competition the matches feature best-of-five sets. For these reasons there are many notable players who have won multiple Grand Slam events but never won the French Open, including Frank Sedgman, John McEnroe, Venus Williams and Stefan Edberg.


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