French Open Tennis Tickets
The French Open, played at historic Roland Garros, a famous French airman, is the second grand slam event of the tennis season. Held in beautiful Paris, France, it is one of the largest events played on the professional tennis tour. It’s clay surface makes it unique from nearly all other stops in pro tennis. If you want to see the French Open in person, you’ve come to the right place. GoTickets has the biggest selection of French Open seats from the opening round all the way through to the championship matches.
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What Kind of Tickets are Available?
Center Court Tickets Philippe Chatrier
These Tickets give you access to Center Court and the outside courts EXCEPT for Suzanne Lenglen (Court #1). Suzanne Lenglen tickets are ticketed seperately.
Center Court tickets have 2 different sections.
Lower Level seating starts 2-10 rows off the court above the Corporate seats. Lower Level ticketing consists in sections AB,BB,CB & DB.
Upper Level seating is above the Lower Level seating Upper Level ticketing consists of sections A,B & D
Grounds Passes/Annexe Tickets
These tickets give you access to all side courts. You DO NOT HAVE ACCESS to courts Phillippe Chatrier/Center Court or Suzanne Lenglen/Court 1.
About The French Open
It’s pointless to debate which of the four tennis majors – the US Open, Australian Open, Wimbledon or French Open – is the best, because they each have their own unique attributes and loyal fans. But there is no debating that the clay courts of Roland Garros set the French Open apart from the other three, especially when you look at the history of the event and how the clay surface seems to bring out the very best from the competitors. You only need to look at the ’11 French Open for proof, as the men’s singles final featured an epic match with Rafael Nadal outlasting Roger Federer for his sixth French Open title, and Na Li taking the women’s singles final to become the first Chinese player to win a Grand Slam event. If you want to see what happens in the ’12 French Open, you can get your French Open tickets from GoTickets.
The history of the French Open goes back to the 1890s, and since 1928 it has been contested at Stade Roland Garros in Paris. Of course the venue has undergone a series of changes and renovations over the decades, but it still has much of its historical charm and mystique. In fact, the primary court is still Court Philippe Chatrier, which was part of the original complex and now has been expanded to seat approximately 15,000 fans. Of course there are still not nearly enough French Open tennis tickets to go around, so if you need help finding yours then you can count on GoTickets.
Part of the reason for the popularity of French Open tickets is that fact that the clay surface tends to slow the ball down a bit, so while speed and power are still a big part of the game, there are far less aces and quick points like you will see on other surfaces. The French Open is truly a grueling event for the players for that reason, but that also makes for some remarkable matches and tremendous finishes. If you’ve been dreaming of going to Paris for the French Open, GoTickets can make it happen with the best selection of French Open seats.
We do not sell French Open tickets for face value. We are not associated with Roland Garros Stadium or the French Open. The tickets we sell are based on supply and demand and ARE NOT SOLD AT FACE VALUE