By Britwatch Team
- Let the countdown begin – we give you the run-down of key dates for this year’s Roland Garros, and how you can watch in the UK
- Can Rafael Nadal win ‘La Decima’?
- Women’s field is wide open with the absence of Serena Williams
PARIS, FRANCE – The French Open 2017 is just days away – we bring you the schedule, details of when the main draw is, and how you can watch all the action in the UK
When is the French Open 2017?
Roland Garros starts on Sunday May 28 with 16 men’s and women’s matches scheduled and the Men’s final brings the curtain down on Sunday June 11
What is the French Open 2017 Schedule?
|1st Round||28–30 May|
|2nd Round||31 May – 1 June|
|3rd Round||2-3 June|
|4th Round||4-5 June|
|Women’s semi-finals||8 June|
|Men’s semi-finals||9 June|
|Women’s final||10 June|
|Men’s final||11 June|
When is the French Open Draw?
The draw for the Men’s and Women’s singles will take place at 12pm at Roland Garros (11am BST) on Friday May 26.
Stay tuned for the Britwatch Prediction Challenge Cup with our special guest contributors before the start of the tournament.
How to Watch the French Open 2017
Eurosport Player has multi-court coverage throughout
ITV4 and Eurosport 1 & 2
For up to date details on the coverage – UK Tennis TV
Join Britwatch Sports on the Road to Roland Garros – 28 May to 11 June.
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