Roland Garros / French Open
The French Open is considered by many as the most challenging tennis tournament of them all. The tournament begins each year at the end of May and lasts for two weeks. It is considered to be physically challenging mainly for two reasons the clay surface of the courts and the system in which there are no tiebreakers on the final set.
The clay surface (which is actually a mixture of layers of limestone, clinker and brick powder) slows down the ball and the game and diminishes the effect of strong serves. As a result, fewer games are defined by aces and games and sets last for longer times.
- 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Round (20th of September to 4th of October)
- Women and Men quarterfinals – Morning and afternoon sessions (Exact date pending)
- Women and Men semi-finals (Exact date pending)
- Women and Men Finals (Exact date pending)
Combine your Roland Garros games with the best Parisian experience.
- Roland Garros
- Eiffel Tower and La Seine Cruise
- Petit & Grand Palais (Le Louvre, or Chateau de Versailles)
- Fine dining in Central Paris
DAY 1: Land in Paris or arrive by Eurostar in Gare Du Nord. Private transfer to Le Bristol Paris (or similar) where you will stay for the next 3 nights.
DAY 2: Chauffeur Service from your hotel to the Tennis.
Spend the day supporting your favourite tennis player, transfer back to your accommodation.
Once you are ready, the chauffeur will pick you up and take you to your restaurant where you can live the Frech fine dining experience. Transfer back to your hotel.
DAY 3: Hotel pick-up in the morning, head towards Petit et Grand Palais museums or Chateau de Versailles, for a cultural morning. Free time for your lunch.
End your day with a cruise on the Seine River.
DAY 4: Checkout and transfer to the airport/train station.