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Roland Garros – A Grand Slam tournament held every year at the famous and iconic Stade Roland Garros. The tournament, also known as the French Open, is normally held in the end of May and is the second Grand Slam tournament of the year. Roland Garros has a long and traditional history with more than 130 years to its name. The tournament attracts the world’s best players, men and women, every year and is one of the most watched and followed tennis events. Find out how you can watch it live on TV or live streaming by checking out the channel- and streaming guide above, giving you the latest and most accurate broadcasting information.

Roland Garros – Highlight of the year


Ask any players and they will all say the same, there’s no other tournament like Roland Garros. The history of the tournament, the prestige and the hype and engagement from fans and experts is what make this tournament so special. Looking at the previous French Open champions it’s safe to say that this is a tournament with the very best players. The tournament has been played for more than 130 years and has a history steeped in traditions memorable games.
The French Open was recognized as a Grand Slam tournament back in 1924. It’s the only Grand Slam tournament played on clay, which is one of the reasons it’s considered as the most physically demanding Grand Slam tournament. The clay surface makes the ball bounce higher and therefore slowing down its speed, making it hard for players whose biggest strengths are the serves and volleys. At the same time, it’s benefiting players whose movement and pace are top of the game. As the clay slows down the ball It gives more time for the fast players to find good positions in order to hit back and build a point. Some of the most iconic players who’ve had great success on the clay surface are Rafael Nadal, Björn Borg, Ivan Lendl and Justine Henin.

The French Open is played at the Stade Roland Garros, a mecca for all tennis players. The tennis complex consists of 20 courts where the main court is named Court Philippe Chatrier. Court Philippe Chatrier was built in 1928 and underwent a major renovation in 2019. The court has a capacity of around 15 000 and is named after the former president of the French tennis association. The two other major courts that’re being used during the French Open are Court Suzanne Lenglen and Court Simonne Mathieu.

The 2021 French Open will begin on May 30th and run through June 13th. Once the TV and live streaming information is made official it will be found in the match list above. The other two Grand Slam tournaments left to be played this year is Wimbledon and the US Open. You can find information on any tennis tournament shown live on TV or live streaming here.

Previous Winners – Men’s Singles
2020 Rafael Nadal (13)
2019 Rafael Nadal (12)
2018 Rafael Nadal (11)
2017 Rafael Nadal (10)
2016 Novak Djokovic (1)

Most time winners – Men’s Singles (Open Era)
1. Rafael Nadal (13)
2. Björn Borg (6)
3. Mats Wilander, Ivan Lendl, Gustavo Kuerten (3)

Rafael Nadal is without any doubts the most successful and iconic French Open player in the history. With 13 champions titles he’s dominating the all-time records, more than double the amount of champions titles that Björn Borg managed to win. The majority of fans and experts hold Rafael Nadal as the best player to ever play on clay surface. With his ordinary movement and athleticism he’s a player made for the slow-playing surface. The Spaniard has won the last four French Open with Novak Djokovic (2016) being the last player to beat Nadal’s supreme record.

Previous Winners – Women’s Singles
2020 Iga Świątek (1)
2019 Ashleigh Barty (1)
2018 Simona Halep (1)
2017 Jeļena Ostapenko (1)
2016 Garbiñe Muguruza (1)

Most time winners – Women’s Singles (Open Era)
1. Chris Evert (7)
2. Steffi Graf (6)
3. Justine Henin (4)

The women’s singles tournament has been far more unpredictable in previous years than the men’s tournament. The previous five editions of the French Open have given us five different champions. Chris Evert is the most successful women with 7 champions titles, one more than Steffi Graf on 6 titles.

Watch the Roland Garros live on TV & live streaming


Even though the time zones make it difficult to follow the French Open live there’re US and Canadian broadcasters delivering live streams and replays of the tournament. NBC has been covering the French Open for more than two decades and offers both live coverage and tape delayed replays. If you’re watching from Canada, you’ll have to tune in RDS or TSN in order to watch the French Open.
Livesportsontv.com will guide to the right channel or live stream, whether you’re watching from the US or Canada. Use the channel guide above and find out how you can watch the French Open live. Livesportsontv.com collects information from all sports broadcasters and makes it accessible and easy to use in the channel guide above. You can reach the TV and live streaming schedule through your computer, phone and tablet. With Livesportsontv.com you never have to miss a Grand Slam tournament.