Roland Garros Tickets
May 25 – Jun 8, 2014 | Paris, France
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Grounds PassesFrench Open Grounds Passes, also known as "Annexe tickets", are very popular as there are many great singles matches to enjoy that are played on the Outside Courts during the first 10 days of the event. These French Open Grounds Passes will give you access to ALL the outside courts, but NOT the three main stadium courts: Phillipe Chatrier (Center Court), Suzanne Lenglen, or Court 1. Seating for the Outside Courts is on a first come first served basis, so it's important to know where the matches you're interested in viewing will be taking place so you can get there as early as possible to secure seats.
Category 1The "CAT 1" level on both the Philippe Chatrier (Center Court) and Suzanne Lenglen Court offer fans an incredible close up perspective of the action. These are the most exclusive seats we sell. The level is situated just above the "Loge Level" corporate boxes of both stadiums which can run from 2-12 rows off the court.
Category 2The "CAT 2" level on both the Philippe Chatrier (Center Court) and Suzanne Lengle Court is situated in the first part of the second level of both stadiums and offer very nice views of the court and action.
Category 3The "CAT 3" level on both the Philippe Chatrier (Center Court) and Suzanne Lengle Court are situated in the upper portion of the second level of both stadiums. Both stadiums were built specifically for tennis, as such, there really are no bad seats even in the most affordable "CAT 3" level. You'll simply have a higher perspective of the court than from the CAT 2 level seats.
With a ticket on Center or Suzanne Lenglen, what does this give you access to?
A ticket gives you a reserved seat on either the "Phillipe Chatrier" Center Court or Suzanne Lenglen Court. Either way, you'll have a reserved seat for the entire day with access to all the outside courts except Court 1 which also has its own specific ticket. Each main show court (Philippe Chatrier and Suzanne Lenglen) requires its own specific ticket to access the court. So if you have a ticket for the Phillipe Chatrier Court you cannot access the Suzanne Lenglen court and vice versa. Both main show courts usually offer an equal level of featured matches through Wednesday of the second week of the tournament. From Thursday of the second week through the end of the tournament all featured singles matches are played only on the Phillipe Chatrier Center Court. As such, ALL tickets will be for Philippe Chatrier Center Court . It is impossible to know which day or on which court a certain player will play on in advance as this is determined only the night before. The overall seating capacity on the Philippe-Chatrier Court is approximately 14,840, and on Suzanne Lenglen approximately 9,959.
When confirming a ticket or ticket and hotel package, please note that the name(s) on the reservation that you will provide to us MUST match exactly the ORIGINAL identification of the person(s) attending Roland Garros. An original passport or driver's license (copies will not be accepted) will be required at the gates of Roland Garros and MUST correlate with the name on the e-ticket purchased through Championship Tennis Tours, Inc.
*Grounds Passes, also known as "Annexe tickets" are very popular as there are many great matches to enjoy throughout the tournament on the outside courts or "courts annexes" as the French call them. These French Open Grounds Passes will give you access to ALL the outside courts but DO NOT offer access to the stadiums Phillipe Chatrier, Suzanne Lenglen, or Court 1. Seating on a first come first served basis so it's important to know where the matches you're interested in viewing will be taking place so you can get there as early as possible to secure seats. During the first week you can catch some great singles matches. As the tournament progresses there'll be mainly main draw doubles, mixed doubles, junior and senior matches played on the outside courts. In addition to the action on the courts you'll be able to enjoy all the animation that Roland Garros has to offer including the Practice Courts which are great for autographs, Souvenir Areas, Food areas, and of course the excitement in the "Place des Mousquetaires" where hundreds of fans congregate between Court 1 and Center Court Philippe Chatrier to watch the action taking place on the main show courts on the huge screen.
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We don't sell Tickets to French citizens residing in France.
Which tribune would be considered the best if you wanted to be in the shade?
In that case, you'd want to get seats on the West Side or the Borotra Tribune side.
Which side of the court is the umpire's chair located?
The umpire's chair is located on the Borotra side, or the west side of the court.
French Open Tickets in 2014 will be in "E-Ticket" format and delivered to you by email. Tickets are generally sent out from our office to our clients beginning the second and third weeks of May.
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