French Open 2019 Schedule has already announced so you can buy your tickets for Roland Garros 2019 on their official website. We have already published french open live schedule, teams, odds dates of it with proper location. As per the schedule the French Open 2019 will be held between the 26th of May to the 11thof June, and will thus be looked forward to eagerly by tennis fans from around the globe.
This article is all about venue and location of French Open 2019 in Paris. The Court Philippe Chatrier was built in 1928 and remains the principal center of the tournament. It is capable of accommodating 14,840 spectators, and till 2001, It was known as “Court Central”.
French Open 2019 Venue and Location
So basically the location of French Open 2019 will be Stade Roland Garros, Paris, France and this time there will be three Court Maps which we are going to mention below in this article
Here is the list of three court maps which are going to play this year. The list is usual and as expected this time.
Roger Federer’s 2019 season will see him turn 38 years old. In a sport where the magic number for serious consideration of retirement is 30, Federer has not shown much sign of completely slowing down.
Court Suzanne Lenglen was built in 1994, and was named after legendary Frenchwoman Suzanne Lenglen, who won 31 tournaments, including 6 French Open titles. The total capacity of this court is 10,068.
Venue Details of French Open 2019:
Stade Roland Garros,
2 Avenue Gordon Bennett
75016 Paris, France
Here is Seating Arrangement of Roland Garros Philippe-Chatrier Court Map
Philippe Chatrier is basically made up of 2 main courts, the Philippe Chatrier Court which has a capacity of 15000 people, the Suzanne Lenglen show court and other 20 show. They were planned to be expanded by 2018 and by now all of them are ready to use which also includes revamped Philippe Chatrier Court equipped with renounce ceiling.
Map of StadeRoland Garros Grounds
All the matches will take place in three different courts Philippe Chatrier, Court Suzanne Lenglen and Simonne which will mostly begin at 11 am on 26th May to 11th of June.Owing to the fact that tickets are in great demand so their price may increase.
So this was all about French Open 2019 Venue and Locations. They officially announced these locations on their website and other news channels. If there is any change of venue in future then we are surely going to update this article. Also please let us know in comment section below if we are missing something in this article and we will surely take up your suggestions. Thanks for reading.