By Alexandre G. Posted on June 1, 2021 at 8:56 a.m.Updated June 1, 2021 at 8:56 a.m.
This Monday, May 31, marks the start of the women’s and men’s singles draws at Roland Garros 2021. The first round matches take place with a limited number of spectators. Nadal enters the track just like Djokovic and Gaël Monfils, or the 100% Frenchie duel between Richard Gasquet and Hugo Gaston. Discover the program of the day, to follow on the antennas of France Télévisions or on Amazon Prime.
Top start for men’s and women’s single tables at Roland Garros 2021 ! That’s it, the matches of the 1st round of large paintings (simple gentlemen and Women) started at the Porte d’Auteuil complex in Paris.
Every day you are given the detailed program of the matches being played in the two main tables of Roland Garros 2021. This Tuesday June 1st, Rafael Nadal enters the track against Alexei Popyrin, the world number 1 Novak Djokovic confronts Tennys Sandgren after winning the Belgrade tournament. For men, it is above all the 100% Frenchie duel between Hugo Gaston and Richard Gasquet who will liven up the day. If not, Gaël Monfils also signs his entry in the running against Albert Ramos-Vinolas.
Among women, after the abandonment of Naomie Osaka, it is the world number 1 Ashleigh Barty who is making her comeback and will try to win the Musketeers trophy for a second time after her coronation in 2019. The French Fiona Ferro (51st ) also faces qualifying En-Shua Liang.
Concretely, can the public attend the matches of qualifying tournaments at Roland Garros 2021 ? For this first part of French internationals, three areas will be accessible to the public: courts 2 to 5, 6 to 9 and 10 to 14. On courts 6 to 14, a maximum of 1000 spectators can come and watch the matches. In the first zone, only 388 people can sit in the stands. We also remind you that the curfew is set at 9 p.m., until June 9.
Women’s Singles, schedule and results of tournament matches
Men’s Singles, schedule and results of tournament matches
Roland-Garros 2021: spectator gauges, sanitary pass, ticket office …
Roland-Garros will officially take place from Sunday, May 24 to June 13, 2021. While the Covid-19 pandemic is running out of steam in France and deconfinement is looming, the cream of world tennis is found for three weeks, Porte d’Auteuil , for THE unmissable event of the clay court season. The ticket office opens to the general public from Wednesday 12 May. The public reception gauge is set at 5,000 people until June 8, then to 13,000 from June 9. We take stock.
Roland Garros 2021: opening of the ticket office to the general public, number of seats and prices
Ready for a new edition of Roland Garros? Good thing, the ticket office is open to the general public from Wednesday May 12, at 12 noon. Good news: despite the still tense health context, the organization of the tournament has planned to sell a little more than 100,000 tickets during the fortnight, with admittedly limited public reception gauges, but a 2021 edition which regains color thanks to when the spectators return! In addition, this year some tickets are sold at low prices, especially for young people. We take stock.
Roland Garros 2021: 5,000 spectators per day, compulsory health pass … The reception plan
A few days before the start of Roland Garros 2021, the organization of the tournament and the FFT have given details about the various measures that will apply during the fortnight of the French Open. For the new evening sessions, there will be no exemption from the curfew, and only the session of June 9 will be with the public. The complex will be able to accommodate up to 5,388 spectators per day until June 8, then increase to 13,146 daily spectators from June 9, with the presentation of a compulsory health pass in order to access the stands.
Roland-Garros 2021 on the roof of Galeries Lafayette Haussmann in Paris
Like last year, the Galeries Lafayette celebrates the most prestigious French tennis tournament. From May 19 to June 13, the two typically Parisian symbols offer the public a unique and immersive dive into the world of the French Open. The matches will be broadcast on a giant screen on the roofs of the most famous galleries in the world.