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Many of this year's matches will be broadcast by Prime Video. From qualifying to the final, experience the best moments of Roland Garros 2023 on Prime Video.

Prime Video at the rendezvous as soon as qualifying

The young shoots of tennis have an appointment Porte d'Auteuil from May 22 for 5 days of qualifying. After 3 matches, the top 16 in both the ladies and men will be able to reach the final draw. The matches will take place on the Annex Courts. Until May 26, the matches of the two best shorts will be broadcast on Prime Video. These posters, like the rest of the competition, will be accessible thanks to a Prime Video subscription at €6.90/month (or €69.90/year). New subscribers get a 30-day free trial, so you can follow all Roland Garros 2023 for free. You will be able to see the hopes of the discipline and the 18 French who received a wild card (invitation) for the qualifications. In women's singles, these precious sesames went to:

  • Audrey ALBIE - 28 years old (241st)
  • Loïs BOISSON - 19 years old (495th)
  • Emeline DARTRON - 23 years old (393rd)
  • Fiona FERRO - 26 years old - (392nd)
  • Emma LENE - 23 years old - (418th)
  • Daphnée MPETSHI-PERRICARD - 14 years old - (uncategorized)
  • Nina RADOVANOVIC - 19 years old - (558th)
  • Margaux ROUVROY - 22 years old - (292nd)
  • Alice TUBELLO - 22 years old - (342nd)

On the men's side, the players invited on merit are:

  • Dan ADDED - 24 years old - (251st)
  • Térence ATMANE - 21 years old - (249th)
  • Gabriel DEBRU - 17 years old - (533rd)
  • Titouan DROGUET - 21 years old - (275th)
  • Mathys ERHARD - 21 years old - (361st)
  • Arthur GEA - 18 years old - (982nd)
  • Antoine GHIBAUDO - 18 years old - (734th)
  • Sascha GUEYMARD-WAYENBURG - 19 years old - (396th)
  • Harold MAYOT - 21 years old - C (196th)

Enjoy a free month to watch Roland Garros on Prime Video

11 night sessions and all the Simonne-Mathieu

Since their return in 2020, the night sessions of Court Philippe-Chatrier have established themselves as a highlight of the tournament. This year again, they will all be broadcast exclusively on Prime Video. The most beautiful posters of the first three rounds, the eighths, but also two quarter-finals will take place at night. The 2023 edition will have 11 evening games compared to 10 last year. Are you a regular at Roland Garros? Attention, the schedule of the nocturnes has been advanced to 20:30, against 21 hours before.

Prime Video coverage of the Internationaux de France also includes all matches at Court Simonne-Mathieu. The first week, only women's and men's singles will be played on this court. Then it's time to discover with junior singles, women's doubles, men's, mixed, juniors, wheelchair tennis and the legends trophy.

An end of fortnight in apotheosis

The semi-finals will begin on June 8, in the afternoon, on Court Philippe-Chatrier and Prime Video will be at the heart of the action. Before that, the platform will allow you to experience the mixed doubles final scheduled for late morning on the court that was formerly called the Central. During the final days of competition, stay in the front row with Prime Video streaming all men's, ladies', singles and doubles semifinals and finals.

Throughout the competition, you can count on a team of experts to enlighten you during each match. The device will be piloted by Clémentine Sarlat and Thibault Le Rol from the Prime Video studio installed above the Philippe Chatrier court. Antoine Benneteau, Paul de Saint Sernin and Virginie Sainsily will be in charge of collecting reactions at the edge of the field and behind the scenes. For commentary, Prime Video relies on the same quintet as in 2022: Alban Lepoivre, Olivier Jacquemin, Frédéric Verdier, Romain Bouchenot, but also former player Camille Pin. They will be supported by big names in tennis who have become prestigious consultants. Just retired, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was recruited to join a shock team composed of Marion Bartoli, Tatiana Golovin, Pauline Parmentier, Guy Forget, Arnaud Clément and Fabrice Santoro.

Watch Roland Garros on Prime Video

Only a few days left before the start of the qualifiers for the final draw of Roland Garros. From May 22, find the most beautiful matches of tennis hopefuls on Prime Video before the entry into the competition of the great champions. Night sessions, matches on Court Simonne-Mathieu and all the matches from the semi-finals onwards: the Prime Video device has everything to make you vibrate.

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