Roland-Garros TV program: dates, channels... Where and when to watch the 2023 matches?


Roland-Garros TV program: dates, channels... Where and when to watch the 2023 matches?

ROLAND GARROS 2023 TV PROGRAM. The Roland Garros 2023 tournament begins this Monday, May 22 with the qualifying phases. We take stock of the broadcast of the competition on TV and streaming.

[Updated May 19, 2023 at 11:07 a.m.] While Rafael Nadal announced that he was forfeited for the tennis tournament, Roland-Garros begins this Monday, May 22, 2023 with the qualifying phases. These will run until May 26, before the start of the main draw on May 28. The men's final is already scheduled for Sunday, June 11 from 2:15 p.m., the date of the end of the competition, while the women's final will take place the day before.

If the qualifying phases of Roland-Garros begin this Monday, it will not be possible to see them on television. You will have to go to the France TV streaming platform or Prime Video to follow the matches live. Thereafter, the broadcasts of the matches will be to follow from May 28 from 11 a.m. on France 2, France 3 and France 4. The matches which will take place in night sessions and the matches of the Simonne-Mathieu court will be to be seen exclusively in streaming, on the Amazon platform, Prime Video. Below, we summarize everything you need to know about the broadcast of Roland-Garros 2023.

Rolland Garros is usually broadcast on the small screen by France Television. For this 2023 edition of the tennis tournament, the various matches were to be followed on France 2, France 3 or France 4. Prime Video is responsible for broadcasting the evening matches and those played on the Simonne-Mathieu court. .

Prime Video, Amazon's streaming platform, offers to follow Roland Garros in 2023. Subscribers can watch the evening matches, those played on the Simonne-Mathieu court, as well as the semi-finals and finals. It is possible to follow the matches broadcast on Prime Video on computers, set-top boxes and media players, smart TVs, tablets and mobile phones as well as certain game consoles. Note, however, that some media are not compatible with Prime Video live streaming. Unlike the Ligue 1 Pass, there was no need to subscribe to another package to follow Roland Garros: only your Amazon Prime Video subscription is enough!

Roland Garros is to follow for a fortnight. After the qualifying phases which begin on May 22, 2023, the tournament officially begins on May 28, 2023, before the men's final which traditionally concludes the tennis tournament: it is on Sunday, June 11, 2023 that we will know the next men's winner of Roland Garros.

It is always difficult to predict exactly the start and end times of the Roland Garros match. Indeed, the weather and the time of sunset can impact the end of the matches and modify the agenda. Note, however, that the broadcast of the first matches of each day begins at 11 a.m.

The official Roland Garros program is not yet known in detail. However, we have the presumed dates of the different stages of the competition on the official site. Note, however, that the program can be turned upside down depending on the schedule for the end of matches, which can also depend on the weather and the time of sunset. Below, here is the planned schedule for the single matches of Roland Garros.