The public benefited during the last week of the tournament Roland Garros an exceptional program on the attached courts with junior draws, wheelchair tennis events with The Adecco Group, doubles or the Legends Trophy by Emirates, also has the opportunity to take advantage of the many activities offered at the stadium: paddle tennis, beach tennis, urban tennis. … As part of the “Roland pour tous” operation, with the support of the official sponsor of the BNP Paribas tournament, children under the age of 25 can attend the last days of the tournament for only € 10 (half fee).
The paddle is invited to Roland-Garros from this Thursday, June 2nd!
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Padel arrives at Roland-Garros
From this Thursday, June 2, to June 5, it is offered to spectators of the animation dedicated to paddle, with the support of Lacoste and Wilson Roland Garros. On this occasion, a paddle tennis court was built on track 5, which allowed the public to discover but also try this spectacular discipline for free, in 10-minute strips. Teachers are present to offer technical, tactical and physical advice to participants, while there are also exhibitions with personalities and professional players.
Beach tennis on the court n ° 8
From this Thursday, June 2, until the end of the tournament, a beach tennis court will be set up on court n ° 8. Spectators will be able to try this discipline every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. with a 10-minute strip teacher. The public will also be able to attend exhibitions with players from the French group, such as Guillaume Leruste, Theo Lahondes o Max Raulin.
Urban tennis is taking over Roland-Garros
Spectators have the opportunity to discover Urban Tennis, a new discipline that has the particularity of being played everywhere and for everyone. The public can try this practice in a field, 6 meters by 12, painted by an artist, at the level of two different areas. The first court painted by the artist Lek is near the presidential stand of the Philippe-Chatrier court, while the other court painted in the shape of a diamond thanks to Renault and created by the artist. Caroline Derveaux will be located in the south courtyard of the Suzanne-Lenglen court. Spectators can also try this discipline against a wall built in collaboration with Wilson near the presidential bleachers. The opportunity for the public to enjoy and have fun with a 21-inch racket and a foam ball.
The operation “Playing on the field of Roland-Garros” i “Everything in a wheelchair” by The Adecco Group
From Thursday, June 2 to Sunday, June 5, the “Playing in the Land of Roland-Garros” event will allow a few happy spectators to have the privilege of stepping on track no. Porte d’Auteuil. He TFF offers an activity to discover and promote wheelchair tennis to the general public. Spectators are invited to hit the ball, in a sports wheelchair, this Friday, June 3 from 10:00 to 20:00 on the court n ° 9.
A giant screen on the Suzanne-Lenglen track from June 2nd
Spectators with “Court Annexes” tickets will also be able to access the Suzanne-Lenglen track, where a giant screen will be installed, thanks to BNP Paribas, which will broadcast all the matches of the Philippe-Chatrier track live. At the end of the women’s semifinals on Thursday, June 2, the film “Battle of the Sexes”, biopic of the champion Billie Jean Kingfrom the Searchlight Pictures studio (Walt Disney Pictures), will be shown on the giant screen of this court.
A film about Yannick Noah aired on Sunday 5 June at 1pm at the Suzanne-Lenglen track
Finally, as a preamble to the men’s singles final, a documentary about Yannick Noah, entitled “The meaning of winning”, will be broadcast at 1 pm, in preview, on the giant screen installed in the stands of the Suzanne-Lenglen track, thanks to BNP Paribas. This movie, where the winner of Roland Garros 1983 look back in particular on your career and your winning culture, it will be available exclusively at Prime Video from June 20.