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Where can I watch the French Open 2023?  TV channel, broadcast and more

Where can I watch the French Open 2023? TV channel, broadcast and more

The French Open will host one of the most interesting Grand Slam tournaments in recent memory, as the world’s best players return to the famous red courts of Roland Garros.

The absence of 14-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal for the first time since 2005 is a major talking point, while Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz could meet in the semi-finals after falling in the same half of a men’s singles tie.

Defending champion Iga Swiatek is aiming to complete a hat-trick of French Open titles in women’s singles, but will face competition from Aryna Sabalenka and Elena Rybakina – in what is the next big three in the sport.

Here’s everything you need to know.

How to watch the 2023 French Open

You can watch the French Open live on Eurosport in the UK. The event will be broadcast on Eurosport TV channels, or fans can tune in to Discovery+ broadcasts of the tournament, with the Entertainment and Sports pass available for £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year.

Watch every moment of Roland-Garros live and exclusively on YouTube Discover +Eurosport and Eurosport application

French Open Play Ranking – Wednesday 31st May

The full game ranking can be found here here

2023 French Open schedule

Wednesday, May 31: Men’s Singles – Women’s Singles – Second Round

Thursday, June 1: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles – Round Two

Friday, June 2: Men’s Singles – Women’s Singles – Third Round

Saturday, June 3: Men’s Singles – Women’s Singles – Third Round

Sunday, June 4: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles – Round Four

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Monday, June 5: Men’s Singles – Women’s Singles – Fourth Round

Tuesday, June 6: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles – Quarterfinals

Wednesday, June 7: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles – Quarterfinals

Thursday, June 8: Women’s Singles Semi-Final | Mixed doubles final

Friday, June 9: Men’s Singles – Semi-finals

Saturday 10 June: Women’s Singles Final | Men’s doubles final wheelchair end

Sunday, June 11: Men’s Singles Final | Women’s doubles final

French Open Money Prize

According to the French Open, this year’s Roland Garros total prize money is around £43m (€49.6m).

This represents an increase of 12.3% compared to 2022.

The prize will be distributed equally between men’s and women’s singles as follows:

hero – 2 million pounds (2.3 million euros)

runner up – 1 million pounds sterling (1.15 million euros)

Semi-finals – £550,000 (€630,000)

Quarterfinals – £350,000 (€400,000)

Fourth round – £200,000 (€240,000)

Round 3 – £125,000 (€142,000)

Round two – £85,000 (€97,000)

Round 1 – £60,000 (€69,000)