Roland Garros returns for its 130th year since its creation in 1891

Roland Garros returns for its 130th year since its creation in 1891

If you are a tennis enthusiast, don't miss the major sporting event that gathers thousands of spectators in Paris every year.

As every year, the stadiums of Roland Garros come alive to host the feats of tennis players from all over the world. This highly anticipated Grand Slam tournament, eagerly awaited by thousands of people, will take place in the Bois de Boulogne, near the Parc des Princes, starting on May 20 and concluding with the grand finals of the men's singles and women's doubles on June 9.

Roland-Garros spans 12 hectares and includes 18 clay courts. It's a venue ready to welcome all spectators eager to witness the tension between players who will soon compete under the sun. You can watch them face off up close in the various stadiums: the main court, Philippe-Chatrier court, Suzanne-Lenglen court, Simonne-Mathieu court, and the annex courts.

The greatest players will make their return to this legendary clay: Rafael Nadal, Spanish Olympic champion in singles in 2008 and doubles in 2016, and 14-time Roland Garros winner; Novak Djokovic, Serbian world number one and defending champion; Iga Świątek, Polish champion and world number one in singles for the second consecutive year of her career; Coco Gauff, 20-year-old American player and holder of the US Open women's tennis title, and many other talented players.

This Grand Slam will give a preview of the sporting atmosphere before the official start of the Olympic Games on July 26, so don't hesitate to get your tickets before they sell out! :)