By Britwatch Team

  • Men’s top seeds: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal. Roger Federer, Dominic Thiem
  • Women’s top seeds: Naomi Osaka, Karolina Pliskova, Simona Halep, Kiki Bertens
  • Defending champions: Rafael Nadal, Simona Halep
  • Main draw British Interest: Kyle Edmund, Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans, Johanna Konta
PARIS, FRANCE – Everything you need to know about Roland Garros 2019, from seeds, prediction polls, plus the daily order of play, full results and more.


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When does Roland Garros 2019 take place?

Roland Garros takes place this year between 26 May and 9 June in Paris, France. The Ladies final will be on Saturday 8 June and the Men’s final on Sunday 9 June.


What is the provisional schedule of Roland Garros 2019?

26 May Men’s R1

Women’s R1

27 May Men’s R1

Women’s R1

28 May Men’s R1

Women’s R1

29 May Men’s R2

Women’s R2

30 May Men’s R2

Women’s R2

31 May Men’s R3

Women’s R3

1 June Men’s R3

Women’s R3

2 June Men’s R4

Women’s R4

3 June Men’s R4

Women’s R4

4 June Men’s Quarter-finals

Women’s Quarter-finals

5 June Men’s Quarter-finals

Women’s Quarter-finals

6 June Mixed Doubles Final

Women’s Semi-finals

7 June Men’s Semi-finals
8 June Women’s Final

Men’s Doubles Final

9 June Women’s Doubles Final

Men’s Singles Final


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Roland Garros Daily Schedule, Draws & Results


Order of Play

Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Qualifying Qualifying
Mixed Doubles
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Wheelchair Tennis
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Quad Singles / Quad Doubles
Men’s U45 / Men’s O45 Women’s Doubles
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How to Watch Roland Garros 2019

In the UK, Eurosport and ITV4 have the rights to broadcast all the action from Roland Garros 2019. You will need a subscription to Eurosport, and all courts will be available on Eurosport Player (which also requires a subscription).

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Who are the Roland Garros defending champions?

Rafael Nadal won a record-breaking 11th title last year, brushing aside the ‘Prince of Clay’ Dominic Thiem, but we could be on course for one of the most open French Open fields this time around.

Simona Halep is gearing up to enjoy every scrap of every minute as the defending champion, but is among some very solid clay court competition with Rome Champion Karolina Pliskova, and Madrid champion Kiki Bertens in the mix.


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Who will be the Roland Garros 2019 Men’s Singles Champion?


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