Getting There and Being There
Where: Roland Garros Stadium
2, avenue Gordon Bennett, Paris 16th arrondissement
Metro: Line 9: Mairie de Montreuil - Pont de Sèvres (use stations Michel-Ange Auteuil, Michel-Ange Molitor or Porte de Saint-Cloud); Line 10: Gare d'Austerlitz-Boulogne (Porte d'Auteuil station)
Shuttle buses are available for the duration of the tourmanent to transport ticketed passengers to and from the stadium.
Your French Open Checklist:
1. Tickets and Passport/ID – at the French Open you need ID to show that your name is the same as the name on the ticket. Ticket holders receive information about the requirements via email.
2. Schedule of Play – it’s handy to have a printed version so that you can see who is playing on what court and in what order. One will be available on our site the night before the action. You can always go to the official site, rolandgarros.com.
3. Sunscreen or Raincoat
6. Cold drink
8. Chap stick
9. Metro tickets – if you’re getting the Metro to and from Roland Garros have some tickets handy so you don’t have to risk queuing to buy them. You might also want to bring your Metro map to make sure you get the right connections. Also read