French Open 2023: Tournament Preview, TV-Guide & Schedule

French Open 2023: Tournament Preview, TV-Guide & Schedule

This year's French Open, scheduled to take place in Paris, France, is one of the most highly anticipated tennis tournaments in the world. As a Grand Slam event, it brings together the top-ranked players from around the globe to compete on the renowned clay courts of Roland Garros. The tournament showcases thrilling men's and women's singles, doubles, and mixed doubles matches, making it a must-watch event for tennis enthusiasts worldwide

French Open on TV & Streaming in the US

To watch the French Open on TV in the United States, you can tune in to the Tennis Channel, which typically provides extensive coverage of the event. In addition, NBC Sports Network also broadcast every minute of the event, especially during the later stages of the tournament.


If you prefer to stream the French Open online, you can use streaming platforms that offer sports content such as Peacock or the official French Open website. Peacock is known to provide comprehensive coverage of Grand Slam events and  offer live streaming of matches, as well as highlights and analysis.

It's worth noting that specific broadcasts may be subject to late changes, so it is advisable to check out the French Open TV-guide at for the latest information and the most accurate and up-to-date options for watching the French Open in the US.

Star-Studded Lineup Ready to Shine at French Open

This year's French Open is expected to showcase some of the biggest names in tennis. Here are a few notable players to watch out for:

  1. Novak Djokovic (Serbia): The current world No. 1, Djokovic is a versatile player with a remarkable ability to adapt to different surfaces. Having already secured his career Grand Slam, he will aim to add another French Open title to his collection.
  2. Carlo Alcaraz (Spain): At just 18 years old, Alcaraz has been making waves in the tennis world with his exceptional talent and promising potential. He has quickly climbed the rankings, showcasing a powerful and aggressive playing style. Alcaraz's ability to hit winners from all corners of the court and his tenacity make him an exciting player to watch, and he is poised to make a mark in his debut appearance at the French Open.
  3. Daniil Medvedev (Russia): Medvedev has firmly established himself as one of the top players in men's tennis. Known for his unique playing style, which combines exceptional court coverage, precise shot-making, and strategic shot placement, Medvedev has achieved remarkable success on hard courts. While clay is not his preferred surface, his consistent performances and mental strength make him a formidable opponent. As he continues to refine his game on clay, Medvedev aims to challenge the top contenders and make a deep run in the tournament.
  4. Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece): Tsitsipas is a rising star in men's tennis. With his aggressive playing style, powerful groundstrokes, and strong net game, he has the potential to make a deep run in the tournament.
  5. Iga Swiatek (Poland): Swiatek burst onto the scene by winning the French Open title in 2020. Her powerful groundstrokes, excellent court coverage, and fearless attitude make her a strong contender on clay.
  6. Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus): Sabalenka has been steadily climbing the rankings and establishing herself as a force to be reckoned with. Known for her powerful baseline game and aggressive style of play, she has the potential to make a deep run in the tournament.

These are just a few of the many talented players who will be vying for the French Open title. The tournament promises to deliver thrilling matches and intense competition as these players showcase their skills on the clay courts of Roland Garros.

... but King of Clay sits out due to injury

Rafael Nadal, a tennis legend and the undisputed "King of Clay," has become synonymous with excellence at the French Open. With a record-breaking 13 titles to his name, Nadal's dominance on the red clay courts of Roland Garros is unparalleled. However, to the dismay of fans worldwide, Nadal's reign at the French Open has encountered an unexpected obstacle. Regrettably, due to a recent injury, the iconic Spanish player will miss out on the French Open 2023. This unforeseen setback not only leaves a void in the tournament but also raises questions about the fate of his extraordinary legacy at this prestigious Grand Slam event.

French Open Provisional Schedule

Beginning on May 22, the French Open 2023 delivers weeks of world-class tennis. You can follow practice sessions, qualifiers and of course the main rounds live on earlier mention TV- and streaming services. Check out the provisional schedule below and make sure you're not missing out on this year's biggest tennis event.

22-26 May: Practice- and Qualifying Sessions (Men's and Women's Singles)

28-30 May: 1st Round (Men's and Women's Singles)

31 May - 1 June: 2nd Round (Men's and Women's Singles)

2-3 June: 3rd Round (Men's and Women's Singles)

4-5 June: 4th Round (Men's and Women's Singles)

6-7 June: Quarterfinals (Men's and Women's Singles)

8 June: Semifinals (Women's Singles)

9 June: Semifinals (Men's Singles)

10 June: Final (Women's Singles)

11 June: Final (Men's Singles)

Author: Dan Anderson