As we count the days to the start of Roland Garros 2021, discover everything you need to know about this season’s second Grand Slam event.
When is the French Open 2021?
The 2021 Roland Garros main draw will start in Sunday 30 May With the final that will happen from Saturday 12 With the purpose Sunday 13 June.
This year’s wheelchair event will be held from Friday 4 June With the purpose Monday 7th June.
Where will the French Open 2021 be held?
The Stade de Roland Garros de Paris has hosted the French Open since 1928 and this year won’t be any different. The main places of entertainment on Roland Garros are: Court Philippe Chatrier, Court Suzanne Lenglen, and Court Simonne Mathieu.
Last year, the Court Philippe Chatrier retractable roof was officially opened, meaning the game can continue until late into the night, if needed.
Who are the British players competing in the French Open 2021?
In the men’s singles draw, Britain has two of the best players in this year’s tournament. British No. 1 And Evans He won his first ATP title in Australia this year and defeated world number one Novak Djokovic on the clay in Monte Carlo.
Cam Nuri He will be a player who will be assisted in the French Open this year. Having reached two finals on clay and finishing third in the number of rounds won this year, the Briton must make his mark in Paris.
Meanwhile, in single women, it is the number 20 in the world Joanna Conta Leading the British line at Roland Garros. The 2019 semi-finalists will try to recover and prepare for a serious challenge. Next to him will be British No.2 Heather Watson After Britain won the King’s Cup, Billie Jean overcame Mexico last month.
Once again, the British showed a strong lineup of double stars, including the Australian Open finalist. Joe Salisbury Who team up again with Rajiv Ram for a chance in his second major tournament. Jimmy Murray Bruno Soares returned to Paris for the first time as a couple since 2018, after losing the Brazilian in last year’s final.
the brothers Neil Skobsky s Collective Ken He will go hunting for a second title for the season, while Inglot House s Luke Bambridge They came after an impressive race in Belgrade this week. Johnny O’Mara Join again Cam Nuri, With the British hoping to cause some discomfort in the mud.
In the lottery for young people, Matilda Mutadevdzic She will represent Britain in the female celibates, while Louie Maxsted s Jack Pennington Jones Join in the gifts for children.
The ruling hero Alfie Hewitt He returns to the French capital focusing on the singles title, but will have to banish his fellow Briton Gordon Reed For a chance to keep your cup. Hewitt and Reid will team up once again to defend the doubles title.
Jordan Wei Women are slated to compete for single and double wheelchairs, while Andy Labthorne Raise the British flag at ATV events.
When will the French Open 2021 be held?
Matches for the British Opening Round will include:
Dan Evans x Myomir Kikmanovic
Kam Nuri vs. (Qualifying – TBC)
Joanna Conta x Sorana Cercia
Heather Watson x Zarina Dias
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When will the first matches of the French Open 2021 start?
The men’s and women’s singles draw competitions began on Monday, May 24, and will continue until Friday, June 28.
The main draw for the 2021 French Open will begin Sunday 30 May With male and female singles. The match will begin at 10:00 UK time. Doubles, on the other hand, will start from Wednesday, June 2.
The wheelchair competition will start at Friday 4 June, With the final match held four days later Monday 7th June.
How to watch and broadcast the French Open 2021 live?
ITV4 has exclusive free UK coverage of Roland Garros, while you can also watch it on Eurosport.
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