In 2023, the Roland-Garros tournament will benefit from extensive TV coverage in France, courtesy of France Télévisions and Prime Video, as well as abroad, on more than 170 television channels in 220 countries.

France: France Télévisions and Prime Video

For the 2023 edition of Roland-Garros, France Télévisions and Prime Video are guaranteeing maximum coverage of the tournament in France. A long-term partner of Roland-Garros, France Télévisions will broadcast all of the Parisian Grand Slam’s matches, excluding those played during the night sessions on Philippe-Chatrier court and those on Court Simonne-Mathieu, to be shown on Prime Video.

Through its TV channels France 2, France 3 and France 4 and its digital platform, France Télévisions will be on air at 11:00 from 28 May. Tennis fans will also have the chance to watch the qualifying competition, which will run from 22 to 26 May, on and the app France tv sport. For the second year running, France Télévisions (France 4) will broadcast a final of the wheelchair tennis event on Court Philippe-Chatrier on Saturday 10 June.

For its part, Prime Video will provide exclusive coverage of the ten evening sessions, which start on Monday 29 May and run until Wednesday 7 June. The sessions will begin at 20:30, half an hour earlier than last year, and will each be preceded by a pre-match show that will go on air at 19:45 from the set on Court Philippe-Chatrier. Prime Video will also broadcast women’s and men’s singles and doubles matches played on Court Simonne-Mathieu and on the two main qualifying competition courts from 22 to 26 May.

The semi-finals and finals of the women’s and men’s singles and the women’s and men’s doubles, as well as the final of the mixed doubles, will be shown by both of these broadcasters.

Wide TV coverage abroad

This year, Roland-Garros will once again enjoy wide television coverage both in France – thanks to France Télévisions and Prime Video – and abroad. The tournament will be broadcast on more than 170 television channels and digital platforms in 220 countries.

The Parisian Grand Slam will be broadcast in 50 countries across Europe on Eurosport. What is more, the FFT has signed a new broadcasting agreement with Shinai Sports in China, to broadcast Roland-Garros on its digital platforms for the next three editions of the tournament (2023 to 2025). Meanwhile, CCTV is still the TV broadcaster in China.

In Japan, the FFT is delighted to have extended its agreement with WOWOW, which has broadcasted Roland-Garros for over 30 years.