French Open Start Date, Schedule and Draw for 2023 Men's & Women's Tournaments
Tennis fans are buzzing with excitement as the next major approaches. Many of the world's best players will be in action at Roland Garros with the hopes of capturing a French Open title and hoisting the Musketeers' Trophy.
Here's everything you need to know before the first round of the tournament.
French Open 2023 Dates and Schedule
The 2023 French Open is scheduled to take place from May 22 to June 11. Qualifying matches began on May 22 and will conclude on May 26.
May 27 will be an off day for play as Roland Garros hosts Yannick Noah Day, which features charity matches and events for children at the famous sporting venue.
The French Open kicks into high gear on Sunday, May 28 with the start of the first round for both men and women. The second round is scheduled to follow on May 31, with the third round slated for June 2-3 and the fourth round taking place from June 4-5.
On June 6 and 7, the quarterfinals will be held, followed by the women's semis on June 8 and men's semis on June 9. The women's final takes place on June 10, while the men's title match is on June 11.
Check out the day-by-day schedule for singles tournaments at the 2023 French Open below:
Monday, May 22
Tuesday, May 23
Wednesday, May 24
Thursday, May 25
Friday, May 26
Saturday, May 27
N/A (Yannick Noah Day)
Sunday, May 28
Monday, May 29
Tuesday, May 30
Wednesday, May 31
Thursday, June 1
Friday, June 2
Saturday, June 3
Sunday, June 4
Monday, June 5
Tuesday, June 6
Wednesday, June 7
Thursday, June 8
Friday, June 9
Saturday, June 10
Sunday, June 11
When is the 2023 French Open Draw?
The main draw for singles tournaments at the 2023 French Open will be held on Thursday, May 25 at 1 p.m. ET.
When Does the 2023 French Open Start?
The 2023 French Open officially begins on Sunday, May 28 with the first round of play for both the men's and women's brackets. Qualifying matches will take place from May 22-26 to determine seeding.
When is the Final for the 2023 French Open?
The title match for the women's singles tournament at the French Open is scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 10. The men's final follows on Sunday, June 11 to close the event.
Where is the French Open Played?
Since 1928, the French Open has been held at Stade Rolland Garros, or Rolland Garros Stadium. This tennis court complex is located in Paris and is named after the famed French aviator Rolland Garros.
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