French Open 2022 - Roland Garros Paris Tournament

Rajiv Oteh
16 May 2022

There is lots of buzz in the tennis world at the moment, as fans all over the world wait in anxiety for The French Open a.k.a The Roland Garros to kick off this May. This event is a professional tennis sports festival and can be traced back to 1891 when it was born. This professional tennis sports event, which is undeniably one of the sports that require too much use of physical abilities, has gone on to organise over 126 editions of the event.

Don’t get it twisted, the Roland Garros 2022 is the same thing as the French Open 2022, this is because it was named after a French national, who was a pilot, and was a big influence in the air battle for France in the first world war. Roland Garros recorded a handful of victories before he was captured. His bravery motivated his successful escape from his captors, he went back to France, to his country home, and fought again in the war, where he died. He is a national hero all over France, and the singular reason he was honoured with the prestigious French Open being named after him.

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Roland Garros Venue
Roland Garros Venue

This year's French Open will be the hundredth and twenty-sixth (126th) edition of the competition. It is slated to commence on 22/05/2022 and will run till 05/06/2022. This year's French Open location is the Stade Roland Garros which is just by the west corner of Paris, France, and it packs with it loads of exciting action with stiff competition amongst contestants all vying for the pole position. It surely promises to be something to see, fans are never disappointed in this tennis battle.

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The 2022 French Open is scheduled to take place at the Stade Roland Garros, in France. It is starting on the 22nd day of May and will run through the 5th day of June all in 2022. The final for the women’s singles final will be held on the 4th of June, whilst the finals for the men’s singles will commence on the 5th day of June 2022. The French Open will run for two weeks, study the breakdown in the tabular representation for more information about the schedule of the tournament below:

22/05/2022OneDay11:00 AM
23/05/2022OneDay11:00 AM
23/05/2022OneNight09:00 PM
24/05/2022OneDay11:00 AM
24/05/2022OneNight09:00 PM
25/05/2022TwoDay11:00 AM
25/05/2022TwoNight09:00 PM
26//05/2022TwoDay11:00 AM
26//05/2022TwoNight09:00 PM
27/05/2022ThreeDay11:00 AM
27/05/2022ThreeNight09:00 PM
28/05/2022ThreeDay11:00 AM
Night09:00 PM
29/05/2022FourDay11:00 AM
29/05/2022FourNight09:00 PM
30/05/2022FourDay11:00 AM
Night09:00 PM
31/05/2022Quarter FinalsDay12:00 PM
31/05/2022Quarter FinalsNight09:00 PM
01/06/2022Quarter FinalsDay12:00 PM
01/06/2022Quarter Finals
Night09:00 PM
02/06/2022Semi FinalsDay02:00 PM
03/06/2022Semi FinalsDay03:00 PM

Women's Singles Finals

Men’s Doubles Finals

Day03:00 PM
05/06/2022Men’s Singles FinalsDay03:00 PM
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In this parts of this write-up, fans will be shown the list of participants for the 2022 French Open, fans favourite and 2021 french open winner, and conquistador Novak Djokovic is gracing the events once again, greats like Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Daniil Medvedev, etc. are all in attendance for the great tennis tournament. Below is a comprehensive list of the male singles participants for the 2022 Roland Garros:

  • Novak Djokovic;
  • Daniil Medvedev;
  • Rafael Nadal;
  • Carlos Alcaraz;
  • Andrey Rublev;
  • Alexander Zverev;
  • Matteo Berrettini;
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas;
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime;
  • Casper Ruud;
  • Cameron Norrie;
  • GBRGreat Britain;
  • Hubert Hurkacz;
  • Jannik Sinner;
  • Taylor Fritz;
  • Diego Schwartzman;
  • Denis Shapovalov;
  • Reilly Opelka;
  • Grigor Dimitrov;
  • Gael Monfils;
  • Alex De Minaur;
  • Marin Cilic;
  • Pablo Carreno Busta;
  • Karen Khachanov;
  • Nikoloz Basilashvili;
  • Frances Tiafoe;
  • Roberto Bautista Agut;
  • John Isner;
  • Lorenzo Sonego;
  • Alejandro Davidovich Fokina;
  • Sebastian Korda;
  • Miomir Kecmanovic;
  • Botic Van De Zandschulp;
  • Daniel Evans;
  • Tommy Paul;
  • Aslan Karatsev;
  • Lloyd Harris;
  • Sebastian Baez;
  • Jenson Brooksby;
  • Federico Delbonis;
  • Pedro Martinez;
  • Alexander Bublik;
  • Holger Rune;
  • Albert Ramos-Vinolas;
  • Ugo Humbert;
  • Cristian Garin;
  • Alex Molcan;
  • David Goffin;
  • Francisco Cerundolo;
  • Ilya Ivashka;
  • Lorenzo Musetti;
  • Marton Fucsovics;
  • Mackenzie Mcdonald;
  • Filip Krajinovic;
  • Federico Coria;
  • Benjamin Bonzi;
  • Fabio Fognini;
  • Oscar Otte;
  • Laslo Djere;
  • Marcos Giron;
  • Emil Ruusuvuori;
  • Maxime Cressy;
  • Arthur Rinderknech;
  • Dusan Lajovic;
  • Benoit Paire;
  • Daniel Altmaier;
  • Tallon Griekspoor;
  • Hugo Gaston;
  • Andy Murray;
  • James Duckworth;
  • Adrian Mannarino;
  • Soonwoo Kwon;
  • Jiri Vesely;
  • Dominik Koepfer;
  • Brandon Nakashima;
  • Richard Gasquet;
  • Jiri Lehecka;
  • Kamil Majchrzak;
  • Hugo Dellien;
  • Alejandro Tabilo;
  • Joao Sousa;
  • Denis Kudla;
  • Jordan Thompson;
  • Pablo Andujar;
  • John Millman;
  • Thanasi Kokkinakis;
  • Carlos Taberner;
  • Tomas Martin Etcheverry;
  • Yoshihito Nishioka;
  • Jan-Lennard Struff;
  • Facundo Bagnis;
  • Roberto Carballes Baena;
  • Henri Laaksonen;
  • Mikael Ymer;
  • Peter Gojowczyk;
  • Quentin Halys;
  • Ricardas Berankis;
  • Marco Cecchinato;
  • Christopher O'Connell;
  • Corentin Moutet;
  • Alexei Popyrin;
  • Pablo Cuevas;
  • Manuel Guinard;
  • Gilles Simon;
  • Dominic Thiem;
  • Aljaz Bedene;
  • Lucas Pouille;
  • Michael Mmoh;
  • Gregoire Barrere;
  • Attila Balazs;
  • Borna Coric;
  • Jo-Wilfried Tsonga;
  • Stan Wawrinka;
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Fans all over the world can’t wait to start watching the 2022 French Open live, from anywhere they find themselves. In this section, fans will be privy to information on how they can watch the Roland Garros from Europe, France, Spain, The United Kingdom, and the United States of America can follow up the competition from start to finish.

How to Watch Roland Garros

From Europe

Fans of the Roland Garros who are in European countries can have not just a sneak peek into the happenings of the tournament but can have access to the French Open live, read through to know what channels will be airing the 2022 French Open in European territories. 

All Territories in Europe

  • Austria (ServusTV)
  • Belgium (
  • Switzerland (SRG SSR)


The 2022 French Open will be televised everywhere that there is a television in France. Fans can be part of this thrilling experience of tennis from the beginning to the end. Airing channels are listed below:

  • France.TV Sport;
  • Prime Video;


Fans of the French Open, the 2022 edition can try watching this professional tennis tournament on EUROSPORT, but if that option becomes unfortunate, they can still be part of it, using a paid VPN.


Those with a soft spot for the French Open, the 2022 edition, can try watching this professional tennis tournament on EUROSPORT, but if that option becomes unfortunate, they can still be part of it, using a paid VPN.

From USA

The United States of America holds a massive percentage of fans who love the sports of tennis, not to mention the French Open. Fans residing in the US can watch the 2022 Roland Garros on the following channels:

  • NBC Sports;
  • Peacock;
  • Tennis Channel;
  • Baily Sports;
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The French Open winner definitely has a lot to play for apart from the bragging rights, no wonder there is stiff competition to claim pole position. The French Open prize money is demonstrated in the tabular representation below:

Roland Garros Prize Money
Roland Garros Prize Money






The activities and experience that come with the French Open can not be overemphasised, online sports betting fans have loads of betting markets and impressive odds tied to the french open 2022. The most sold-out bet to place on the Roland Garros should be the Outright Winner betting market.

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Where is the French Open 2022 edition taking place?
The Stade Roland Garros in France is the place where this year's event will be happening .
How long will the Roland Garros take?
It will take approximately 2 weeks.
Is it possible to watch the 2022 French Open live?
Yes, loads of fans in various geographical regions can watch the French Open 2022 from a whole lot of regions.
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