French Open 2023 Prize Money, Players, Schedule, Draw, Tickets

Novak Djokovic won 23 Grand Slams

Roland Garros also known as French Open is the 2nd yearly Grand Slam of Tennis. This major tennis event will be held over 2 weeks at Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France. The Roland Garros begins in late May each year. The 2023 French Open started on 28 May and ended on 11th June.

The event will be held on an outdoor clay court surface. French Open consists of 128 singles draw and 64 doubles draw.

ATP Roland Garros French Open

Roland Garros – French Open Grand Slam Tournament

The French Open is an annual clay court tennis tournament held in Paris, France. The tournament is based in Stade Roland Garros with the matches held at its many different courts.

It is part of both the WTA and ATP Tours and the 2nd of the 4 Grand Slams which are the biggest and highest level of tennis competition in the whole world. This year French Open will mark the 127th edition and the 55th edition of the Open Era. Apart from the singles and doubles disciplines, mixed doubles event is also conducted at the same time. The title sponsor for the event is the BNP Paribas. Emirates, Lacoste, Oppo, and Rolex are premium partners while Haier, and Wilson are Official Partners

LocationParis, France
VenueStade Roland Garros
Tour categoryGrand Slam
Prize Money€49,000,000
Draw128 S, 64 D

ATP Roland Garros French Open 2023 Results

In singles, Serbian Star Novak Djokovic won Record 23rd Grand Slam after defeating Casper Ruud in Roland Garros 2023 Final. Djokovic defeat Norwegian star in straight set (7-6, 6-3, 7-5). Casper Ruud lost back to back Final of French Open. (Nadal defeated Casper in 2022). Soderling (2009 and 2010) and Ruud (2022 and 2023) lose two straight Roland Garros finals (0-3) vs. Big Three.

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Djokovic equalize the record with Serena Williams by winning 23 Grand Slams while he is the only men player to win 23 title, following by Rafael Nadal 22 grand slams and Roger Federer 20 Grand slams. Djokovic won 3 Roland Garros titles, 7 Wimbledon Championships, 10 Australian Open and 3 US open.

Novak Djokovic won 23 Grand Slams

In doubles championship, Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek charged to their maiden major title as a team in style at the French Open 2023 with a convincing 6-3, 6-1 victory against Sander Gille and Joran Vliegen. Dodig and Krajicek suffered a heartbreaking loss to Marcelo Arevalo and Jean-Julien Rojer in the Roland Garros final last year. The American-Croatian duo won handsome prize money worth of €590,000.

 Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek

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Roland Garros 2022 Champions

In 2022, Rafael Nadal wins Ralond Garros 14th time. Spanish star faced Norwegian star Casper Ruud in final. 36 years old Nadal wins battle in straight sets (6-3,6-3,6-0). Besides he won record 14 times Roland Garros, He is also more number of Grand slam titles (22). On other sides in doubles, Marcelo Arevalo of Israel and Jean Julien Rojer of Netherlands defeat Ivan Dodig of Croatia and Austin Krajicek of USA.

Previous Champions

In 2021 Singles champion was Novak Djokovic of Serbia. Djokovic won final against Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas with 6-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, and 6-4. It was his 2nd French Open title. On the other side, In doubles championship of French Open 2021 won by French Pair Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut. French pair defeated Kazakhstan’s pair Alexander Bublik and Andrey Golubev with 4-6, 7-6, 6-4. In mixed doubles, Desirae Krawczyk of USA and Joe Salisbury of GBR defeated Russian pair Elena Vesnina and Aslan Karatsev (2–6, 6–4, 10–5)

Roland Garros French Open History and Winners

Roland Garros was founded in 1891, it was 126th edition but at Grand slam level it has 91 events since 1925. This Tournament had different venue since established like Stade Roland Garros (since 1928) Societé de Sport de Île de Puteaux, at Puteaux (1891–1894); Tennis Club de Paris, at Auteuil (1895–1908); Société Athlétique de la Villa Primrose at Bordeaux (1909); Croix-Catelan de Racing Club de France at the Bois de Boulogne (1910–1924, 1926); Stade Français at Saint-Cloud (1925, 1927).


Year Singles Prize MoneySingle’s championsDoubles Champions
2023€2,300,000Novak Djokovic Ivan Dodig / Austin Krajicek
2022€2,200,000Rafael Nadal (Esp) Marcelo Arevalo / Jean Julien Rojer
2021€1,400,000Novak Djokovic (Ser)Pierre-Hugues Herbert (Fra) / Nicolas Mahut (Fra)
2020€1,600,000Rafael Nadal (Esp)Kvein Krawietz (Ger) / Andreas Mies (Ger)
2019€2,300,000Rafael Nadal (Esp)Kvein Krawietz (Ger) / Andreas Mies (Ger)
2018€2,200,000Rafael Nadal (Esp)Pierre-Hugues Herbert (Fra) Nicolas Mahut (Fra)
2017€2,100,000Rafael Nadal (Esp)Ryan Harrison (USA) Michael Venus (AUS)

French Open Facts

  • French Open is the only grand slam that is played on clay court.
  • Clay court has unique features like slow down the ball and producing a high bounce when it compared with grass court or hard courts.
  • The winner gets 2000 points, finalists have 1200 points, semifinalists have 720 points then QF, round of 16, round of 32, round of 64, and round of 128 gets 360, 180, 90, 45, and 10 respectively.
  • Rafael Nadal from Spain has a record of winning the French Open 13 times.
  • Rafael Nadal won 4 consecutive titles on two separate occasions from 2005-2008 and2017-2020 And 5 consecutive titles from 2010 to 2014.
  • Roger Federer of Switzerland and Novak Djokovic of Serbia both have lost French open 4 times.
  • Total 38 times, a champion was from France and 21 times from Spain.
  • In doubles, Max Decugis from France won the French doubles championship 8 times.

ATP Roland Garros French Open 2023 Prize Money

In 2023, Roland Garros’ total prize money increase up to 11% which will be €49 million. The winner of singles will get a cheque of €2.3 mil while in doubles, the winning pair will receive €590,000 and €122,000 will go with Mixed doubles champions.

In 2022, combined men and women total Prize money of French Open was €43.6 million. As compared to 2021, it was 26.9% increased prize money. Winner of 2022 singles got €2,200,000 and runner-up took cheque for €1,100,000. On other side in doubles winner had €580,000 and finalist put €290,000 in their pockets.

Prize Money distribution for WTA French Open 2023 will be as follows:

StageSingles Prize MoneyDoubles Prize MoneyMixed Prize MoneyWTA Points
Round of 16€240,000€43,000€10,000240
Round of 32€142,000€27,000€5,000130
Round of 64€97,000€17,000——70S,10D
Round of 128€69,000————10

WTA French Open 2023 Draws

The tournament will have 128 singles and 64 doubles draws that will be released as the event progresses. French Open officials have confirmed the 2023 draw will take place on Wednesday, May 24 (local time) with no time set in stone just yet. Entry is free but Tick is required for this event.

  • Women’s singles: 128 competitors including 12 qualifiers and eight wildcards.
  • Women’s doubles: 64 pairs, including up to seven wildcards.
  • Mixed doubles: 32 pairs, including up to eight wildcards.
  • Wheelchair singles: 8 competitors, including one wildcard.
  • Quad wheelchair singles: 4 competitors, round-robin competition.
  • Quad wheelchair doubles 2 teams.

French Open 2023 Dates, Schedule

There were complete 2 action-packed weeks of world-class tennis in Paris. In 2021 & 2022, the tournament introduced night sessions for the first time, which will continue in 2023. Take a look at the schedule below to assist with planning your ultimate French Open experience. Time is considered a local time.

The Event will be held across 2 weeks from 28 May to 11 June. The qualifying round will be conducted on the 5 days leading up to the main draw, from the 23th to the 27th of May.

The schedule for the Roland Garros 2023 is as follows:

DateSingles MatchesDoubles Matches
28 MayRound 1——
29 MayRound 1——-
30 MayRound 1Round 1
31 MayRound 2Round 1
1st JuneRound 2Round 1
2nd JuneRound 2 – Round 3Round 2
3rd JuneRound 3Round 2
4th JuneRound 3Round 3
5th JuneRound 4Round 3
6th JuneRound 4Quarter Finals
7th JuneQuarter FinalsQuarter Finals
8th JuneQuarter FinalsSemi-Finals
9th JuneSemi Finals——
10th JuneFinale
11th JuneFinale

Keep in mind the schedule may be subject to change.

Roland Garros French Open 2023 ATP Entry List

This year’s cast of participating players is as star-studded as ever. Not only are 2 of the Big Three in attendance, 10-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic, and 14-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal, but almost the entire top 100 players list is set to play in Paris.


SeedPlayersATP Ranking
1 Novak Djokovic (champion)1
2Carlos Alcaraz2
3Daniil Medvedev3
4 Casper Ruud4
5 Stefanos Tsitsipas5
6 Andrey Rublev6
7 Holger Rune7
8 Jannik Sinner8
9 Taylor Fritz9
10 Félix Auger-Aliassime10
11 Karen Khachanov11
12 Frances Tiafoe12
13 Hubert Hurkacz13
14 Cameron Norrie14
15 Rafael Nadal15
16 Borna Ćorić16
17 Tommy Paul17
18 Lorenzo Musetti18
19 Alex de Minaur19
20 Matteo Berrettini20
21 Pablo Carreño Busta21
22 Marin Čilić22
23 Roberto Bautista Agut23
24 Dan Evans24
25 Nick Kyrgios25
26 Jan-Lennard Struff26
27 Alexander Zverev27
28 Sebastian Korda28
29 Francisco Cerúndolo29
30 Botic van de Zandschulp30
31 Denis Shapovalov31
32 Yoshihito Nishioka32

Remaining Players

Sebastian Korda
Maxime Cressy
Botic van de Zandschulp
Yoshihito Nishioka
Alexander Bublik
Reilly Opelka
Albert Ramos-Vinolas
Emil Ruusuvuori
John Isner
Jack Draper
Sebastian Baez
Arthur Rinderknech
Lorenzo Sonego
Adrian Mannarino
Brandon Nakashima
Alexander Shevchenko
Andy Murray
Alex Molcan
Corentin Moutet
David Goffin
Filip Krajinovic
Fabio Fognini
Marc-Andrea Huesler
Pedro Cauchin
Jaume Munar
Aslan Karatsev
Benjamin Bonzi
Marcos Giron
Pedro Martinez
Mackenzie McDonald
Quentin Halys
Constant Lestienne
J.J. Wolf
Daniel Elahi Galan
Richard Gasquet
Mikael Ymer
Laslo Djere
Thiago Monteiro
Bernabe Zapata Miralles
Ilya Ivashka
Roberto Carballes Baena
Federico Coria
Oscar Otte
Christopher O’Connell
Tomas Martin Etcheverry
Dusan Lajovic
Jiri Lehecka
Joao Sousa
Jordan Thompson
Cristian Garin
Ugo Humbert
Chun-Hsin Tseng
Marton Fucsovics
Roman Safiullin
Facundo Bagnis
Gregoire Barrere
Nikoloz Basilashvili
Taro Daniel
Thanasi Kokkinakis
Daniel Altmaier
Tallon Griekspoor
Ben Shelton
Tomas Machac
Nuno Borges
Vasek Pospisil


French Open 2023 Wild Cards

  • Arthur Fils
  • Hugo Gaston
  • Patrick Kypson

Players that have received protected/special ranking are as follows:

  • Jérémy Chardy
  • Hugo Dellien
  • Kyle Edmund
  • Lloyd Harris
  • Gaël Monfils
  • Guido Pella
  • Jiří Veselý

ATP Roland Garros 2023 Qualifying Entry List

SeedNameEntry Ranking
1Aslan Karatsev121
2Dominic Thiem93
3Matteo Arnaldi105
4Yannick Hanfmann108
5Borna Gojo110
6Thanasi Kokkinakis111
7Juan Manuel Cerundolo104
8James Duckworth102
9Pavel Kotov101
10Taro Daniel109
11Hugo Gaston106
12Yosuke Watanuki117
13Radu Albot103
14Aleksandar Kovacevic107
15Dominic Stricker129
16Emilio Gomez115
17Otto Virtanen114
18Michael Mmoh113
19Arthur Fils124
20Giulio Zeppieri125
21Zsombor Piros118
22Sebastian Ofner130
23Facundo Bagnis116
24Hugo Grenier128
25Tomas Machac123
26Francesco Passaro120
27Aleksandar Vukic142
28Gijs Brouwer122
29Filip Misolic126
30Fabio Fognini127
31Zizou Bergs132
32Jurij Rodionov119

French Open 2023 Doubles Seeds

1Wesley Koolhof / Neal Skupski
2Rajeev Ram / Joe Salisbury
3Marcelo Arevalo / Jean-Julien Rojer
4Nikola Mektic / Mate Pavic
5Ivan Dodig / Austin Krajicek
6Lloyd Glasspool / Harri Heliovaara
7Thanasi Kokkinakis / Nick Kyrgios
8Marcel Granollers / Horacio Zeballos
9Simone Bolelli / Fabio Fognini
10Rohan Bopanna / Matthew Ebden
11Jamie Murray / Michael Venus
12Juan Sebastian Cabal / Robert Farah
13Rafael Matos / David Vega Hernandez
14Santiago Gonzalez / Edouard Roger-Vasselin
15Andreas Mies / John Peers
16Nicolas Mahut / Tim Puetz

ATP French Open 2023 Tickets

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