All Information on 2020 French Open Tickets
Get the latest information on how to buy the French Open tickets for the 2020 season here. The tickets for 2020 Roland-Garros will go on sale in the month of March-April 2020. You can find more information on all things French Open tickets, including how to buy these tickets, the various types of tickets available and the cost of these French Open 2020 tickets along with travel details, hotel bookings and things you can, cannot and should carry with you to the French Open in the piece mentioned below.
With Roger Federer having confirmed his participation for the 2020 French Open and Rafael Nadal expected to lead from the front yet again, the clamour for these tennis tickets is expected to reach a din yet again.
Potential 2020 French Open Schedule
MAY 18-22, 2020
Roland-Garros Kids Day
MAY 23, 2020
French Open Main Draw
MAY 24-JUNE 7, 2020
JUNE 2-7, 2020
JUNE 4-6, 2020
When do French Open Tickets go on Sale for 2020?
Good news for all French Open fans! The Roland Garros tickets release dates are out and can be found in the table below. The tickets will be on sale from January 29, 2020.
Roland Garros tickets 2020 for various groups of people will be released at different times and below you can find the list of those dates.
Ticket Release Dates for 2020 French Open
Business Packages: Throughout the Year
FFT Club Members: January 29-February 12, 2020
Group Orders: February 5-April 30, 2020
General Public, Premium Packages: March 4, 2020
Disabled Persons: March 11, 2020
General Public, All Packages: March 25, 2020
Resale Service: End of April 2020
Last Minute Tickets: May 6, 2020
How many French Open 2020 tickets can you order?
There is no limit to the number of tickets you want to buy during the qualifying rounds. However, for the outside court tickets during the main draw, you can buy up to 12 tickets for the entire tournament, and a maximum of four/day per person. For the main courts, fan can order up to four tickets for the entire duration of the tournament and just two tickets for the men’s singles final.
Also if you are hoping to find out about the French Open tickets prices, that information is shared below.
It must also be quickly added that starting from the 2017 French Open, the men’s singles semi-finals tickets were sold as different deals – i.e. unlike earlier, patrons are now needed to buy two separate French Open 2019 tickets for the men’s singles semi-finals even though they are played on the same day.
You can purchase the other French Open tickets based on your preference of play, whether you’re looking for tickets for Day 1, or the Final Day.
Court Philippe-Chatrier and Suzanne-Lenglen Court are the two courts where you will get to witness the top seeded players in action.
Here’re some of the other French Open tickets FAQs
When can I download my French Open 2020 e-ticket?
Patrons can download their e-tickets from around mid-April. The name and surname of the person attending the match must be assigned on the day before the ticket date.
Which courts will host the men’s and women’s singles quarterfinals at the 2020 French Open?
In order to ensure rain protection by the new retractable roof, all the quarterfinals will be hosted by the new Philippe-Chatrier stadium.
Can I watch all singles quarterfinals on a day using the same ticket?
No, patrons can now buy only session tickets for quarterfinals. What this means is if you have a day session ticket for the first quarterfinal day, you will be able to watch only the two matches that will be scheduled in that session.
Each session will have two matches (1 women’s and 1 men’s singles match). Fans will need to buy 2 separate sessions tickets on the same day will be able to watch all the quarterfinals on the day.
When will the men’s singles semi-finals be played?
Thanks to the retractable roof and light, both the men’s singles semifinals will be played on same day irrespective of conditions. The first men’s singles semifinal will begin at 3pm and the second won’t start before 5.30pm
French Open Tickets for People with Disability
If you are a person with a disability, the French Open organisers have specific terms associated with the purchase of your tickets. If you have a “disability voucher attesting to a handicap exceeding 80% and specifying whether you use a wheelchair” or “priority or disability card specifying “required accompaniment or blindness” you can your Roland Garros tickets under this category.
One authorised person will be allowed to accompany the patrons with disability and a ticket will need to be bought for both, the patron and the person accompanying him/her. In order to be able to book tickets under this section:
- Register with the official French Open website here.
- Email email@example.com with the login ID and proof of disability by March 2, 2020. Specify if a wheelchair is used and if it is electric or manual. Following this the account will be activated and tickets can be bought.
Ticket Prices for Wheelchair Users
The ticket prices for wheelchair users for the 2020 French Open will be updated below once released by the organisers.
Ticket Prices for Disabled Persons with Reduced Mobility
The ticket prices for disabled persons with reduced mobility for the 2020 French Open will be updated below once released by the organisers
French Open Ticket Prices – How Much Does a French Open Ticket Cost?
The Category 3 tickets for day one of the French Open 2020 can be expected to cost around €70, while the Court Suzanne-Lenglen and Court Simonne-Mathieu tickets for €60 on the same day. The costs go up for Category 2 and 1 and as we move towards the final few days at the French Open. The outside courts tickets range between €20 and €32 depending on which day you go for.
For now, here’s a list of French Open tickets prices for the 2019 edition of the tournament. This will be updated once more information for the 2020 French Open ticket prices is released.
French Open ticket prices for the Court Philippe-Chatrier will vary from €70 for Category 3 on Day 1, to €160 for the same category on the Final’s Day. For more superior seats, Category 1, tickets will vary from €150 to €310, depending on the day you want to watch the match.
Prices for the French Open tickets for the Suzanne-Lenglen Court on sale are slightly cheaper, but even that rises substantially once the semi-final begins. Tickets for outside courts will be in the range of €30 and less, and this is a good place to see the match if the stadium tickets are out of your budget.
What are the French Open 2020 Hospitality Packages Options?
If you are looking for a more luxurious experience at French Open, then you can also opt for their packages option, as shown here.
These packages come with a variety of offers, which includes a Category 1 tickets on either Courts Philippe-Chatrier or Suzanne-Lenglen, depending on your preference.
Along with these tickets, you also get access to an open bar, premium lounge and world class dining. Packages such as Elegance Jardin, Elegance Panorama and Passion come exclusive services and a Roland-Garros branded gift for every person.
Needless to mention, the ticket prices for the French Open here can be anywhere in the range of €300 to €2000, depending on your day and court of preference. It’s worth a splurge!
You can also avail multi-day passes or final passes, which are considerably cheaper than buying the tickets individually.
French Open Packages for Public
There are four main packages available for the public, Discovery, Emotion, Immersion and Elegance. More information on the prices for these packages for the 2020 French Open will be out soon.
Corporate Hospitality French Open Ticket Packages
For those looking for corporate hospitality packaged, here’s the package cost for these French Open tickets or passes.
The various packages begin at €350, for which you can avail of the LE COMPTOIR PHILIPPE-CHATRIER or the Le Jardin and Le Cercle which will cost you €510 apiece. The Salon Court No. 1, Grand Chelem, Salon Heritage or book your own private box for a day or for the entire duration of the tournament.
- French Open Live Streaming Here
- French Open Tips & Predictions Here
- How to Buy Wimbledon Tickets?
- How to Buy US Open Tickets?
- How to Buy Australia Open Tickets?
To get more information on these hospitality package tickets at the 2019 French Open, call them at +33-147-434889 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also asked to be contacted by leaving your details there.
If you can afford this kind of French Open ticket prices, the hospitality packages are already out and here’s more information on them.
French Open Packages for Corporate
There are multiple different options available as a part of the corporate package for French Open 2020. These are mentioned below along with their prices. (taxes extra).
COMPTOIR PHILIPPE-CHATRIER (min. 4 guests)
€400 to €1460/person
CLUB CHATRIER (min. 4 guests)
€505 to €1850/person
CERCLE (min. 4 guests)
€520 to €1900/person
SALON PHILIPPE-CHATRIER 16 PEOPLE
€645 to €2360/person
SALON PHILIPPE-CHATRIER 20 PEOPLE
€610 to €2225/person
SALON PHILIPPE-CHATRIER 40 PEOPLE
€585 to €2145/person
PER DAY (min. 2 guests)
€970 to €5210/person
PER DAY (8 guests)
€675 to €2470/person
LE CLUB DES LOGES – 2 WEEKS
4-seater box: €64100
5-seater box: €81000
6-seater box: €97400
Get all the information on how to book these French Open hospitality tickets here.
Other French Open Hospitality Package Options
Another way tennis fans can buy hospitality packages are with the following French Open distributors of hospitality packages.
Factory Sport & Entertainment
Factory Sport & Entertainment offers for more than 20 years official corporate hospitality. For the French Open 2020 there are four different options available here.
- L’Orangerie Lunch, Roland-Garros
- L’Orangerie Dîner, Roland-Garros
- Le Club Platinum, Roland-Garros
- Le Pavillon Tennis, Roland-Garros
You can get all the information on their hospitality packages here.
French Open Last Minute Ticket Sale
The French Open organisers also release a last batch of tickets for a few days in the last week of April or first week of May and these tickets can be bought on a first-come-first-served basis.
The process to buy these tickets is the same. On the aforementioned date and time, these French Open tickets are released on their official site and potential customers can queue up online, and based on the queue-length, can enter into the website to purchase the tickets of their choice among those remaining.
There is a very limited supply of these tickets which is why it makes sense to be prepared with all your details like log-in and password, credit-card details and the French Open schedule, and ensure you have updated your browser because an outdated browser slows the system down according to the French Open organisers.
How to sell French Open tickets 2020 using the Resale Service?
Using the resale service option mentioned above, here’s the latest till when you can sell the French Open tickets:
4pm on the day of its scheduled use (May 20 to June 5, 2020)
2pm on the day of its scheduled use (June 6 to June 9, 2020 for semi-finals and finals)
11am on the day of its scheduled use for Premium packages
How to buy French Open 2020 tickets using the Resale Service?
Using the resale service option mentioned above, here’s the latest till when you can buy the French Open tickets:
5pm on the day of its scheduled use (May 20 to June 5, 2020)
3pm on the day of its scheduled use (June 6 to June 9, 2020 for semi-finals and finals)
12 noon on the day of its scheduled use for Premium packages
How much do French Open 2020 Final Tickets cost?
The 2020 French Open final for the women’s and men’s singles draw will be held on June 6 and 7, 2020 respectively. The French Open final tickets for these two days are also sold along with the rest of them based on the schedule mentioned above.
These two singles finals are held at the Court Philippe-Chatrier and there are four different categories of finals tickets that are available on sale. On Saturday, June 6, you can watch the French Open women’s singles final court-side with a minimum-priced ticket pegged at €85 only. Ticket prices for the women’s singles final go progressively higher to €115, €145 and €175 respectively for the other categories.
The French Open men’s singles final can be bought for €150 at the very least. The higher-end tickets for this 2020 French Open final are priced at €200, €250 and €300 respectively.
How to Book French Open Tennis Tours
Often, tennis tourists try to book their tournament tickets as a part of a package that consists of not just the tennis tickets but also the peripherals around it. And when we say peripherals, we mean travel tickets (flight, train), pick-up and drop from and to the airport, hotel bookings and other experiences like city tours, walks and meet and greet opportunities with tennis players.
It’s not too different with the French Open and their tennis tours which are operated by a plethora of tour operators and offer some exciting – but premium – deals for French Open patrons.
For instance, a tennis tour operator packs a five-day tour that includes the first day in which the guests are welcomed to a fancy hotel and with a Parisian meal to boot, have three days spent at Roland-Garros for tennis action before the fifth day is spent on a city tour. The cheapest package here is $3650.
Another such French Open tour costs $4400, with a two-day access to the Philippe Chatrier Court, while a five-day package on the same website costs $9870 per person for the women’s and men’s semi-finals and the women’s final.
There’s a third website that sells even two-night French Open package for the opening round matches and a stay in a three-start hotel in Paris starting at a rather reasonable $895 while a five-night package with that very tour operator costs $2595 but includes just the opening round matches.
Fine hotel stays, first class match-day experiences, access to open bars and restaurants second to none, road-trip planning and concierge escorting and personalisation if any, needed by the patrons of these French Open tennis packages.
A couple of the companies which offer French Open tour packages and deals include (but are not restricted to). We will keep updating this list with more information.
- Factory Sport & Entertainment (Click here to get tour package information)
- Tennis Ticket Service (Click here to get French Open packages)
Please contact us for any further information on how these tour operators work and we can try and connect them for you.
What to do if French Open 2020 tickets are sold out?
Now, the issue is what if the French Open tickets 2020 get sold out from the official website. What do you do? This is usually the case for the latter stages of the tournament, quarter-final onward.
Well, our suggestion always is to try out a secondary French Open ticket resale website like Viagogo.com here, from where you are almost certain to get tickets but for a premium. Yep, these Viagogo-like websites allow tennis fans like yourself to sell tickets if they want to and you can buy them by registering here.
Stubhub is another of such websites, an option to buy these tickets for the French Open in the secondary market. French Open Stubhub tickets would also be at a premium but might not be as costly as the ones on Viagogo.
We will bring you the latest information on the tickets for the French Open, so make sure you are tuned to this space.
Planning your French Open 2020 Trip
Paris is a dream city to visit for any traveler. You have a wide array of options to choose from as to how you want to spend your time there. People come from all over the world to see certain places like the Eiffel tower, the Louvre, Palace of Versailles and many more excellent sights. Visit Paris in May and June and you have the French Open to watch as well.
Roland Garros is one of the four biggest events in the sport of tennis, and if you have the opportunity to see even a small part of it, you should without hesitation.
If you happen to be in Paris, or are planning on visiting the city, you definitely should plan your visit in a way that will allow you to give at least a day for Roland Garros. Even if you are not a tennis fan in particular, the French Open is a wonder to experience.
Helpful Tips for Paris during the French Open
Paris can leave any visitor flustered when it comes to finding your way from one place to another. So keeping that in mind, we would like to help anyone looking to go to the event with all the information about how to get to the stadium with different modes of transport, or even how you can buy or sell tickets for the tournament.
Get Your French Open Tickets for 2020 Right
Firstly, let’s talk about the tickets, for without them, you won’t be seeing anyone play, let alone the best players. Once you book your tickets online, you will have to wait a few weeks before the match-day to receive an email with a link to the e-ticket. Roland Garros asks you to assign and print the name of all ticket holders on it, and you have until midnight on the previous day to do so. It is better not to immediately print the names in case of unforeseen drop outs from the plan.
How to Travel to Roland Garros
Now that you know how to handle your ticket, it is time to take a look at the different ways in which you can get to the arena.
The best way to move around in Paris is the Metro system. The sophisticated system makes for convenient move-about in the city. Below are the two stations nearest to Roland Garros.
Line 9 – You can get on or off at the Michel-Ange Auteuil station or Michel-Ange Molitor station.
Line 10 – You can get on or off at the Porte d’Auteuil, Boulogne Jean-Jaurès or Pont de Saint-Cloud.
The stations are a 10-minute walk away from the venue. It is vital to buy your return ticket before you leave for Roland Garros if you want to avoid the queues at the end of day.
Note that you will face a fair bit of crowd at the end of day; so you might want to walk a bit farther to the Michel-Anger Molitor station, which is less crowded than others.
You can make use of a free app called Paris Metro, which guide you in terms of the Metro routes.
You can also travel to the stadium by bus, should you prefer that over the Metro. Listed below are the bus stations nearest to the stadium. You can check and see which station is the best one to get off at;
No.22 – Michel-Ange Auteuil
No.32 – Last stop Porte d’Auteuil
No.52 – Porte d’Auteuil or La Tourelle
No.62 – Porte de Saint-Cloud
No.72 – La tourelle
No.123 – Porte d’Auteuil or Porte Molitor
No.241 – Porte d’Auteuil or Gambetta
No.260 – Gambetta
Other than these public transport systems, you can also choose to commute by bike, your own car, shuttles or a taxi service.
Eiffel Tower to Roland-Garros (or back!)
Just for reference, check out how far the Eiffel Tower is from Roland Garros and how you can travel to and fro.
The Eiffel Tower is about four kilometers away from the stadium. The recommended option is to take the bus from the Eiffel Tower to Javel and then take the subway from Javel-André-Citroën to Porte d’Auteuil.
If you do not mind a bit of leisurely walk, you can catch a bus on the Line 32- Le Notre station to La Tourelle. From La Tourelle, Roland Garros is a 10 minute walk.
You can also take a direct train from lena to Exelmans, which runs every five minutes every day.
The Stadium and Entry
Now that you know how to get to Roland Garros, it is time to make sure you have all the timings correct and also all the required items for you to gain entry. You are required to pass through one of three Mandatory Checkpoints to enter the arena and hence the stadium entrances. There is no direct access to the stadium entrances.
The gates of the stadium are opened at 10 am daily. If you plan on being present from the very first match of the day, it is better if you arrive early and wait for a bit.
The crowds will start gathering as you get closer to the opening time. Once you are inside, you quickly realise the place is huge. It can be quite confusing to navigate your way through the arena. To avoid any delays, you can simply download the Roland Garros app on Play Store and App Store, which will help you find your way around.
But before you leave for the stadium, you need to check and make sure you have all the necessary documents on your person.
- Valid Passport as ID (note that UK drivers’ licences are not accepted)
- The tickets with all the correct names printed on them (or a virtual copy on the Spectator app)
Also keep in mind that although bags are allowed, you cannot carry big backpacks, selfie sticks and other metal containers and items, or even strollers inside. You can pack yourself a lunch from home if needed since outside food is permitted. You can also carry water with you as long as it is not more than 1.5 litres.
So now that you have all the information you could need, it is time you started planning your trip to Paris for Roland Garros 2020.
Where to Stay in Paris during the French Open?
Paris, being one of the most popular cities in the world, has a lot of options for visitors in terms of accommodation. You can find budget hostels, starting from €35. If you are looking for a more classier stay, then you can also go for high end hotels and even the options on Airbnb.
You can search for the best available hotels in Paris around Roland-Garros using the Search Screen above once you have bought yourself your French Open 2019 tickets.
Here’s a list of things to do in Paris during the French Open if you are visiting the city for this second Grand Slam of the year.
Player List for the 2020 French Open
One of the reasons to lay your hands on these tickets, especially the French Open final tickets is because it promises to be one of the best tournaments in recent times. Rafael Nadal will be aiming for his 13th title at Roland-Garros while Novak Djokovic is aiming to become the first ever man to win two titles at each of the majors.
Roger Federer has confirmed his participation for the 2020 French Open as well, along with some of the other usual suspects like Juan Martin del Potro, Alexander Zverev and last year’s runner-up Dominic Thiem. The exact player list will be revealed later.
The women’s section of the French Open draw will see Ash Barty kick-start the tournament as the defending champions. If you are a women’s tennis fan and have the tickets for the French Open, you can look at watching the likes of Simona Halep, two-time Grand Slam winner Naomi Osaka, Serena Williams, Karolina Pliskova, Garbine Muguruza, Petra Kvitova and Elina Svitolina among others.
Fans would obviously hope for Nadal to remain fit following a run of 15 months in which has retired or withdrawn from multiple tournaments. However, his best performances have come on clay and that should be inspiration enough for him to continue playing on the red dirt.
What Happened at the 2019 French Open?
Rafael Nadal won a whopping 12th men’s singles French Open title when he defeated Dominic Thiem in the final yet again. This time though, the Austrian managed to push the Spaniard to a fourth set before Nadal clinched that title.
The women’s singles title was won by Ash Barty of Australia who later claimed the world number one ranking from Naomi Osaka. Barty defeated the first-timer Marketa Vondrousova in the final, 6-1, 6-3. Barty became the first Aussie to lift the title at Roland-Garros in 46 years, while Vondroušová achieved a distinction of becoming the first teenager to make it to the women’s singles final in 12 years.
Some of the other prominent results went as follows:
Thiem defeated top-seeded Novak Djokovic in five sets in the semi-final to prevent him from holding all four Grand Slam titles at the same time, while Nadal crushed Roger Federer in the other semi-final. This was also the first time in years that all the top four seeds at the French Open had made the semi-finals.
Alexander Zverev, Karen Khachanov, Stan Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori were the other quarterfinalists in the tournament.
Amanda Anisimova stretched Ash Barty in the women’s singles semi-final before going down in a three-setter while Vondrousova sent Johanna Konta packing in the other one. Madison Keys, defending champion Simona Halep, Sloane Stephens and Petra Martic were the other quarter-finalists.
Serena Williams was sent out in the third round of the tournament by Sofia Kenin.
This was after Nadal and Halep won the men’s and women’s singles titles at the 2018 French Open.
Nadal defeated first time finalist Dominic Thiem in the final, taming the Austrian 6-4, 6-3, 6-2 to add another title to his ever expansive list. Halep needed three sets and overcame the loss of the first set to edge out Sloane Stephens in the final to bag her first ever Grand Slam title.
Fan Activities for Fans at the French Open
Now that you know how to buy these Roland Garros tickets, here’s something extra for what can fans do – apart from watching the tennis obviously! – at the arena. The organisers have a range of shops and boutiques where fans can buy tennis equipment and apparel along with a tennis service game cage, while offering services like mobile charging points in case your phone battery dies from all the photographs and videos you would take.
Also, please carry your sunscreen, caps and umbrellas to Roland-Garros. The heat, at times, does get unbearable and there are other times when it gets quite cool from the rain and you would like to be prepared for all kinds of weather.