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Roland-Garros: where, when and how to follow the internationals of France 2022?

2022-05-18T18:14:56.278Z

As the draw takes place this Thursday, discover the news and television programming for the Parisian Grand Slam from May 22 to June 5.



After two editions upset by the health crisis, Roland-Garros regains its usual face with stands full to bursting, without gauge.

The sun should be out.

The show too.

If in the women's draw, Iga Swiatek, who remains on an incredible streak of 28 consecutive victories on the circuit, is the big favorite, the men's draw looks much more open.

Thirteen times Porte d'Auteuil winner, will Rafael Nadal recover from his left foot injury?

Will the Carlos Alcaraz phenomenon continue after his radiant spring?

Will Novak Djokovic confirm his rise to power after a truncated start to the season due to his refusal to be vaccinated?

Stefanos Tsitsipas, finalist of the last edition, won his first Grand Slam?

To discover

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This 2022 edition marks the debut of the super tie-break in the fifth set to align with the other Grand Slams.

The latter have introduced a new rule relating to a tie-break in 10 points, disputed in the event of a tie at 6-6 in the last set.

Roland-Garros 2022 is also celebrating the return of all of its events (21 in total), and in particular the Legends Trophy with a new game format.

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In order to allow players to play in front of full stands whatever the time of day, the organization of Roland-Garros has put on sale 1,500 “Annex up” tickets.

These will give access to all the Annex courts and allow their holders to access the lower stands of the Philippe-Chatrier court in the event of low attendance.

FFT volunteers will also be regularly invited to the presidential gallery.

In the evening session, the catering service will be adapted in the hospitality areas in order to encourage the public to join the stands from the start of the match.

Where and when to follow the matches on television?


For the second consecutive year, France Télévisions and Prime Video will guarantee maximum coverage of the tournament in France.

A historic partner of Roland-Garros, France Télévisions will broadcast all the Parisian Grand Slam matches with the exception of those played in the evening sessions on the Philippe-Chatrier court and those on the Simonne-Mathieu court.

The France Télévisions group, which will rely on its France 2, France 3, France 4 channels and on its france.tv digital platform, will go on the air from 11 a.m.

Every day, Laurent Luyat will host the set on the terrace above the Philippe-Chatrier central court surrounded by consultants Mary Pierce, Michaël Llodra, Justine Henin and two new consultants: Patrick Mouratoglou and Michaël Jeremiasz, who will follow one another at the microphone and around the table,

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For its part, Prime Video will exclusively broadcast the ten evening sessions, scheduled from Monday May 23 to Wednesday June 1, as well as all the matches of the Simonne-Mathieu court.

Tatiana Golovin, Pauline Parmentier, Séverine Beltrame and Arnaud Clément join the Prime Video consulting team for Roland-Garros.

They are added to Guy Forget, Marion Bartoli, Fabrice Santoro.

The semi-finals and finals of the men's singles, women's singles, men's doubles, women's doubles as well as the mixed doubles final will be broadcast by Prime Video and France Télévisions.


As for holders of smartphones, computers and other touch tablets, they will be able to follow the entire tournament on the digital offer of

Francetvsport

, the public group having planned to offer live matches on its site (both weeks from 11 a.m.).

Each court will broadcast four matches mixing men's singles, women's singles, men's doubles, women's doubles, mixed doubles and the wheelchair competition.

Le Figaro has also set up an important system with three special correspondents, a daily live, magazines and interviews.

All to follow on lefigaro.fr and in the sports pages of the newspaper Le figaro.

Source: lefigaro

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