The Roland-Garros tournament takes place from May 22 to June 11. Amazon Prime Video has renewed its partnership with the French Tennis Federation, and offers coverage of the most beautiful matches of this Grand Slam. Starting May 22, Amazon Prime Video is releasing two posters of each qualifying day. It is an opportunity to see new talents emerge. From May 28th, you will find exclusively and in full the matches of Court Simonne-Mathieu. As for the evening sessions, meet on May 29 at 20:30 pm to attend the ten great duels, live from Court Philippe-Chatrier. The meetings of the Night Sessions are preceded by a new sound and light show. Prime Video sports journalists also accompany you during the quarter-finals, semi-finals and singles and doubles finals. The two finals Ladies and Gentlemen will be entitled to an opening ceremony, to put the spectators in condition, and sublimate these last shocks. Throughout the tournament, Prime Video consultants, including former French champion Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Marion Bartoli, Guy Forget and Pauline Parmentier, decipher the results and performances of the players.
>>Discover here the right plan to watch the matches for free on Amazon Prime Video
Roland-Garros TV broadcast: discover the right plan to watch the matches for free
As the official broadcaster of Roland-Garros, Prime Video offers you to watch the tournament matches for free. To do this, Prime Video subscribers can access all live broadcasts at no additional cost. As for people who are not yet members, they enjoy a 30-day Prime Video free trial period. In addition to Roland-Garros matches, you get all the Prime benefits. At the end of the trial, you have the option to subscribe to the Prime Video offer at the price of 69.90 euros per year, or 6.99 euros per month.
Follow Roland-Garros 2023 matches for free on Amazon Prime Video with a 30-day free trial
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