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French Open, 24 May – 7 June 2015

Overview

The French Open is fully deserving of its reputation as the world’s premier clay court event. It is furiously competitive each year, to such an extent that French successes have been few and far between.

The stadium that stages one of the world’s four major tennis tournaments was built in 1928, but the French men’s singles championship goes back much further than that.

Originally reserved for members of French clubs, it was first held on the courts of Stade Français club in Paris in 1891.

The women’s singles were added six years later, it was not until 1925 that the French Tennis Federation decided to open the event to the best foreign players.

Thus, the French Internationals were born, and staged alternately at Stade Français and Racing Club de France until the Roland-Garros stadium came into being in 1928.

The new Roland Garros will continue to contribute to the development of tennis in France and to the image of Paris and France around the world, in an exceptional environment in the Porte d’Auteuil area which has witnessed so many chapters in the history of French and international tennis.

Date
24 May – 7 Jun 2015
Enquiries

  • Elodie Manceau
  • Lifestyle Manager
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Services

For enquiries on our services please contact GC Privé Concierge.

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Terrasse Internationale Hospitality Package

La Terrasse is one of the most prestigious locations within Roland Garros. This superb glass-fronted suite overlooks Centre Court, and with direct access from the box to your seats, it provides a sensational setting in which to entertain guests and enjoy the French Open.

Potel & Chabot will spoil you with an aperitif and a 4-course gourmet lunch. Experienced event staff are on hand to look after you and your guests whilst you will enjoy an open bar (including champagne) that runs throughout the day. This facility is available for exclusive groups of 40 guests or individual tables of 6, 8 or 10 guests. Direct access to private box seats on Centre Court Aperitif and gourmet lunch prepared by Potel & Chabot.

Open bar with champagne
Use of the suite for the whole day
A variety of hospitality gifts and magazine
Direct and discreet access available via a private elevator
Live TV

Pavillon Tennis Hospitality Package

Just a short walk from Roland Garros, Le Pavillon is a delightful venue in a tranquil setting. After a warm welcome by our experienced event managers and a champagne aperitif, you and your guests are promised excellent cuisine offered by one of the top chefs in town, L’Affiche. After lunch, official cars are on hand to whisk you back to Centre Court and your Category 1 seats. Should you wish to return to the restaurant, a complimentary bar will run all afternoon and you can follow the matches live on TV. Further inclusions are a variety of hospitality gifts to remember that special day, and one car park pass per 4 packages.

Best available Category 1 seats on Centre Court
Gourmet lunch prepared by top chefs
All-day complimentary bar
Experienced event managers
A variety of hospitality gifts and magazine
One car park pass
Use of the official car service
Live TV

Pack Open Hospitality Package

Best available CAT 1 ticket (e-ticket) on Centre Court (Philippe Chatrier) or Court No.1 (Suzanne Lenglen). All outside courts can be accessed at no extra cost subject to seat availability.

A complimentary bar, in a private venue within the Centre Court structure, which will run from 3pm until an hour after the close of play. A lavish buffet, offering a large selection of exquisite finger food.

Roland Garros Facts and figures

Up to 465,000 spectators visit Roland Garros each year
The original stadium inauguration dates back to 1928
The French Open was the first Grand Slam to join the “Open” era in 1968
World’s premier clay court event