2024 French Open Review: Calendar, Prize, and How to Watch the Roland Garros for Free

Eddy August
28 Apr 2024

The upcoming French Open, also known as Roland Garros, is the second Grand Slam tournament in the tennis calendar every year. That is after the Australian Open, but before Wimbledon, and the US Open. However, that is just chronological. In hierarchy of favorites, the French Open is considered to be the most prestigious competition of all the four. The iconic Roland Garros clay courts are set to host the French Open 2024 from Mon, 20 May 2024 – Sun, 9 June 2024. With only a few weeks until this prestigious tournament, you are probably asking yourself these questions: Where is Roland Garros 2024? What is the tournament schedule? Is Rafael Nadal playing? What is Roland Garros prize money 2024? No worries! For answers to these questions and much more, this detailed guide covers everything about Roland Garros 2024.

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2024 French Open

Among the four Grand Slam tournaments, the French Open is the only one that takes place on clay courts. The demanding clay surface makes the game slower and tests the skills and endurance of athletes. This year’s French Open promises to be more exciting than previous tournaments. With new talents challenging champions, every point matters in every match contest. In the men’s and women’s singles, Novak Djokovic and Iga Świątek will be defending their championship titles respectively.

Roland Garros is not just a tennis tournament, it is an amazing tennis celebration that brings tennis fans together worldwide. Keep reading to find out what to expect from the French Open 2024.

When Is The 2024 French Open?

The 2024 French Open is scheduled to start on Monday, 20 May 2024, and end on Sunday, 9 June 2024. The French Open 2024 Location is at Stade Roland Garros in France. This has been the venue for the French Open since 1928, popular for its clay courts. The Roland Garros schedule will comprise men and women singles, men and women doubles, mixed doubles, junior tournaments, and wheelchair tournaments.

French Open 2024 Schedule

The second Grand Slam of the year schedule promises thrilling and action-packed competitions on the red clay courts. Tennis fans worldwide are eagerly waiting for this big event. The following is the tournament’s schedule that will help you plan and enjoy a great French Open experience.  

MondayMay 20 – Friday, May 24Qualifying
SundayMay 25Men’s and women’s singles first round
MondayMay 26Men’s and women’s singles first round
TuesdayMay 27Men’s and women’s singles first round
WednesdayMay 28Men’s and women’s singles second round
ThursdayMay 29Men’s and women’s singles second round
FridayMay 30Men’s and women’s singles third round
SaturdayJune 1Men’s and women’s singles third round
SundayJune 2Men’s and women’s singles fourth round
MondayJune 3Men’s and women’s singles fourth round
TuesdayJune 4Men’s and women’s singles quarter-finals
WednesdayJune 5Men’s and women’s singles quarter-finals
ThursdayJune 6Women’s singles semi-finals
FridayJune 7Men’s singles semi-finals
SaturdayJune 8Women’s singles final, men’s doubles final
SundayJune 9Men’s singles final, women’s doubles final


The clay courts have seen some top tennis champions over the years including Novak Djokovic, Iga Swiatek, Rafael Nadal, and many more. Both men's and women's top starts will be back at this year’s French Open. However, there is a doubt that Rafael Nadal will make an appearance unless his physical condition improves in the coming days. In the male category, here is a comprehensive list of the participants for the 2024 Roland Garros:

  • Novak Djokovic;
  • Jannik Sinner;
  • Carlos Alcaraz;
  • Daniil Medvedev;
  • Alexander Zverev;
  • Casper Ruud;
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas;
  • Andrey Rublev;
  • Hubert Hurkacz;
  • Grigor Dimitrov;
  • Alex De Minaur;
  • Holger Rune;
  • Taylor Fritz;
  • Ugo Humbert;
  • Ben Shelton;
  • Tommy Paul;
  • Karen Khachanov;
  • Alexander Bublik;
  • Sebastian Baez;
  • Adrian Mannarino;
  • Frances Tiafoe;
  • Francisco Cerundolo;
  • Nicolas Jarry;
  • Jan-Lennard Struff;
  • Tallon Griekspoor;
  • Sebastian Korda;
  • Tomas Martin Etcheverry;
  • Alejandro Davidovich Fokina;
  • Lorenzo Musetti;
  • Cameron Norrie;
  • Jiri Lehecka;
  • Arthur Fils;
  • Jordan Thompson;
  • Borna Coric;
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime;
  • Matteo Arnaldi;
  • Fabian Marozsan;
  • Alejandro Tabilo;
  • Laslo Djere;
  • Gael Monfils;
  • Mariano Navone;
  • Roman Safiullin;
  • Jack Draper;
  • Christopher Eubanks;
  • Sebastian Ofner;
  • Alexei Popyrin;
  • Facundo Diaz Acosta;
  • Aslan Karatsev;
  • Zhizhen Zhang;
  • Tomas Machac;
  • Marcos Giron;
  • Lorenzo Sonego;
  • Marton Fucsovics;
  • Dominik Koepfer;
  • Pedro Martinez;
  • Nuno Borges;
  • Andy Murray;
  • Yannick Hanfmann;
  • Alexander Shevchenko;
  • Luciano Darderi;
  • Daniel Altmaier;
  • Aleksandar Vukic;
  • Thiago Seyboth Wild;
  • Flavio Cobolli;
  • Dusan Lajovic;
  • Miomir Kecmanovic;
  • Christopher O'Connell;
  • Roberto Carballes Baena;
  • Daniel Evans;
  • Alex Michelsen;
  • Emil Ruusuvuori;
  • Pavel Kotov;
  • Jaume Munar;
  • Jakub Mensik;
  • Arthur Cazaux;
  • Mackenzie Mcdonald;
  • Arthur Rinderknech;
  • Yoshihito Nishioka;
  • Rinky Hijikata;
  • Max Purcell;
  • Brandon Nakashima;
  • Sumit Nagal;
  • Federico Coria;
  • Luca Nardi;
  • Taro Daniel;
  • Roberto Bautista Agut;
  • Stan Wawrinka;
  • Corentin Moutet;
  • Daniel Elahi Galan;
  • Constant Lestienne;
  • Pedro Cachin;
  • Thanasi Kokkinakis;
  • Fabio Fognini;
  • Hugo Gaston;
  • Aleksandar Kovacevic;
  • Matteo Berrettini;
  • Thiago Agustin Tirante;
  • Botic Van De Zandschulp;
  • Denis Shapovalov;
  • Kei Nishikori;
  • Soonwoo Kwon;
  • Pablo Carreno Busta;
  • Alexander Cataldo;
  • Marin Cilic;
  • Heath Davidson;
  • Martin De La Puente;
  • Tom Egberink;
  • Gustavo Fernandez;
  • Joachim Gerard;
  • Ruben Harris;
  • Alfie Hewett;
  • Yassin Hill;
  • Stephane Houdet;
  • Andy Lapthorne;
  • Takuya Miki;
  • Rafael Nadal;
  • Tokito Oda;
  • Donald Ramphadi;
  • Casey Ratzlaff;
  • Gordon Reid;
  • Takashi Sanada;
  • Guy Sasson;
  • Maikel Scheffers;
  • Sam Schroder;
  • Ruben Spaargaren;
  • Maximilian Taucher;
  • Ivar Van Rijt;
  • Niels Vink;
  • David Wagner;

How to Watch Roland Garros 2024?

How to Watch Roland Garros
Roland Garros 2024

Tennis lovers all over the world are eagerly anticipating the French Open 2024. You can follow the tournament from the first day to the finish anywhere. Here is how to watch Roland Garros from Europe, France, Spain, UK and the USA.

Europe – All Territories Apart from France

  • Eurosport;


  • France TV Sport;
  • Prime Video;


  • NBC;
  • Peacock;

French Open 2024 Prize Money

Roland Garros carries a significant prize pool distributed throughout the tournament. Tennis players receive monetary rewards at every stage of the competition to the final round of the competition. The total French open prize money 2024 is €53,478,000. This is a 7.82 percent  increase compared to the 2023 French Open. Here is a breakdown of French Open prize money 2024.

2024 EventWinnerFinalistSemifinalsQuarterfinalsRound of 16
Mixed Doubles€122,000€61,000€31,000€17,500€10,000
Wheelchair Singles€62,000€31,000€20,000€12,000€8,500
Wheelchair Doubles€21,000€11,000€8,000€5,000-
Quad Wheelchair Singles€62,000€31,000€20,000€12,000-
Quad Wheelchair Doubles€21,000€11,000€8,000--

What to Bet On

If you would like to predict the outcomes of this tournament, there are popular betting markets you can consider. One of the most popular bet type is match winner. In this betting market, you choose a player who will win the match. You can also choose set betting where you need to predict the correct scores on sets in a match. Another bet type is over/under total games. This is where you bet on the total number of games in a match and whether they will be total or under the set number provided by a bookmaker. 

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When does the French Open take place?

The French Open is mostly scheduled at the end of May and the beginning of June.

Who won the 2023 French Open?

Novak Djokovic beat Casper Ruud in the 2023 Men’s French Open finals. Iga Swiatek beat Karolina Muchova and won her third title in the women’s French Open 2023.

What events are included in the Roland Garros?

The Roland Garros includes various events like men’s singles, women’s singles, men & women mixed doubles, wheelchair, and junior championships.

Which player has won the most Roland Garros titles?

Rafael Nadal has the record for winning most French Open titles.

How much is Roland Garros prize money 2024?

The total prize for the French Open 2024 is €53,478,000.

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