'Roland for all': Get the Roland-Garros experience for as little as €10

The 'Roland for all' campaign that was first launched last year is back, to allow as many people as possible to enjoy Roland-Garros.

Rafael Nadal durant la Journée des Enfants / Roland-Garros 2019©Nicolas Gouhier / FFT

For Roland-Garros 2022, the FFT and official tournament sponsor BNP Paribas are delighted to give fans the opportunity to enjoy the Roland-Garros experience at low prices, both for Qualifying and for the second week of the event.

Let’s all go to the Qualies!

With spots up for grabs in the main draw, Roland-Garros Qualifying is always full of up-and-coming talents and more than a few surprise packages.

Matches will be played from 16 – 20 May on the outside courts and give fans the chance to see a whole host of players up-close as they battle with the pressure of the occasion. This year, tickets for Qualifying cost a mere €20, and for those under 25 years of age, support from BNP Paribas means that entry is just €10. This is an ideal way of watching lots of tennis and also to stroll around the stadium and even see main-draw stars such as Iga Swiatek, Paola Badosa, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and many more as they get some practice in on Court Suzanne-Lenglen. There will also be "Classic Matches" shown on the screens around the stadium, highlighting legendary moments from the tournament’s history.

The return of “Roland-Garros Kids’ Day”

Having been cancelled the last two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the famous “Roland-Garros Kids’ Day” charity event is back for 2022. It will be held on Saturday 21 May this year and has surprises galore for fans in attendance both on the courts and in the alleyways of the stadium. There will be exhibition matches and lots of other entertainment throughout the day (including the final of “Stars Set and Match”, a Bob Sinclar musical show and appearances from a number of famous names). It will be the ideal time for young and old to come and enjoy the unique atmosphere of the parisian Grand Slam, with tickets priced at just €20 for everyone!

Don’t miss the second week!

The second week of the tournament (30 May – 5 June) will also be open to one and all! A grounds pass (again priced at just €20, and €10 for under 25s) will give you access to all the incredible action on the outside courts, with the juniors’ tournaments, the wheelchair tennis competitions, the doubles draws and of course the Legends Trophy by Emirates. Demonstrations of padel – in partnership with Wilson and Lacoste – and beach tennis are also programmed in from 1 and 2 June onwards. And finally from Thursday 2 June, your grounds pass will get you into Court Suzanne-Lenglen to watch all the matches from Court Philippe-Chatrier live on a giant screen!

Make sure you don’t miss out on the “Roland for everyone” experience by visiting the official Roland-Garros ticketing website.