Club presidents and licensees have had the opportunity since the end of January to purchase tickets for the Roland Garros tournament (May 26 to June 9) as a priority. For the general public, the ticket office opened this Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. Only one address to place an order: the official tournament website. Be patient, the wait can be long to access the service. It will be possible to purchase tickets for the qualifiers (May 20 to 24), Yannick Noah Day (May 25) and for the main tournament.

For the first time in the history of the tournament, tickets will be 100% mobile. There will therefore be no more paper tickets. To enter the stadium, you will need to have a smartphone on which you have downloaded the tournament application.

The lowest prices are reserved for qualifications with places available for 25 euros, compared to 20 euros last year. An increase that we find in certain categories during the Parisian fortnight. To access the additional courses for one day (all except Philippe-Chatrier, Suzanne-Lenglen, Simonne-Mathieu), you will have to pay 39 euros for the first week. Prices drop for the second, to 25 euros (with a price for under-25s of 12 euros.) Like last year, four categories of tickets with higher prices are offered (Category Gold, Category 1, Category 2 and Category 3) allowing you to take a seat on the three large courts where the headliners are scheduled.

In total, eleven night sessions will be available with a dedicated ticket office for the late-night poster. The cheapest ticket for the Philippe Chatrier court in the evening is €45 (in category 3). To have the privilege of attending the men’s final, you will have to spend at least €170 (and up to €365 for the Gold category).

Regarding the main courts, the limit will be a maximum of eight tickets and a maximum of four places per session. The management of the tournament is more flexible for the additional courts (from May 26 to June 2) with a limit set at 12 tickets maximum, up to 4 per day.