Roger Federer beats Nadal in Miami Open: Eying to win French Open 2017 Next!

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Federer beat Rafael Nadal in Miami on 2nd April, to win his third title in 2017. He is expected to take  2 months off after winning Miami Open. After that, he will participate in much awaited French Open 2017 which will commence on 28th May.

Here's the full schedule:  French Open 2017 Schedule 

Federer recovered from a knee injury in the second half of 2016 and believes, rest will help him prepare for the French Open 2017.

"When I am healthy and feeling good, I can produce tennis like this," he said.

"When I am not feeling this good there is no chance I will be in the finals competing with Rafa,"  He told to ESPN after winning.  


"That is why this break is coming in the clay-court season, focusing everything on the French, the grass and then the hard courts after that.

"I'm not 24 any more so things have changed in a big way and I probably won't play any clay-court event except the French."

French Open 2017 - Live, Schedule, Wiki, Odds, Dates

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French Open 2017 -  Live, Schedule, Wiki, Players List, Odds, Dates - French Open is popularly known as Roland Garros. It is one of the major tennis tournaments organized every year. French Open is held over three weeks (Between late May and Early June) at Roland Garros Stadium (Stade Roland Garros) in Paris, France. It is named after French aviator and fighter pilot Roland Georges Garros. French open is the only Grand Slam event held on a clay court. Few weeks are left for French Open 2017 and a lot of people are searching for details of this tournament. So here we are sharing all the important French Open info which includes schedule, players, odds, dates and much more.

French Open 2017

French Open 2017 Important Dates, Venue:

French Open is three weeks long tournament. From 22nd May to 26th May we'll have qualifying matches. After that for next 14 days, starting from 28th May to 11th June we'll encounter various matches in Men's Singles, Women's Singles, Men's Doubles, Women's Doubles, Mixed Doubles.

  • French Open 2017 Starting Date: 22nd May 2017
  • French Open 2017 End Date: 11th June 2017
  • French Open Venue: Stade Roland Garros, Paris, France
  • French Open 2017 Men's Singles Final Date & Time:  11th June 2017 (not before 3 pm)
  • French Open 2017 Men's Doubles Final Date & Time: 10th June 2017 (From 3 pm)
  • French Open 2017 Women's Singles Final Date & Time10th June 2017 (From 3 pm)
  • French Open 2017 Women's Doubles Final Date & Time11th June 2017 (From 12 pm)
  • French Open 2017 Mixed Doubles Final Date & Time: 8th June 2017

French Open 2017 Schedule:

Date Match Detailes Time & Court Details Tickets
22nd May 2017 (Qualifying) Gentlemen's Singles From 10 am (OUTSIDE COURTS NO.6-18) €20 (Age less than 20 years: €10)
23rd May 2017 (Qualifying) Ladies' & Gentlemen's Singles From 10 am (OUTSIDE COURTS NO.6-18) €20 (Age less than 20 years: €10)
24th May 2017 (Qualifying) Ladies' & Gentlemen's Singles From 10 am (OUTSIDE COURTS NO.6-18) €20 (Age less than 20 years: €10)
25th May 2017 (Qualifying) Ladies' & Gentlemen's Singles From 10 am (OUTSIDE COURTS NO.6-18) €20 (Age less than 20 years: €10)
26th May 2017 (Qualifying) Ladies' & Gentlemen's Singles From 10 am (OUTSIDE COURTS NO.6-18) €20 (Age less than 20 years: €10)
27th May 2017 (RG Kid's day)Charity day Exhibition matches From 12 pm (on all courts) Free Seating (Unique price: €20)
28th May 2017 1st Round From 11AM From €65
29th May 2017 1st Round From 11AM From €55
30th May 2017 1st Round From 11AM From €55
31st May 2017 2nd Round From 11AM From €55
1st June 2017 2nd Round From 11AM From €65
2nd June 2017 3rd Round From 11AM From €80
3rd June 2017 3rd Round From 11AM From €90
4th June 2017 4th Round From 11AM From €90
5th June 2017 4th Round From 11AM From €85
6th June 2017 Quarter Finals From 2PM From €85
7th June 2017 Quarter Finals From 2PM From €80
8th June 2017 Semi Finals From 12PM From €60
9th June 2017 Semi Finals From 1PM From €70
10th June 2017 Ladies' Final From 3PM From €85
11th June 2017 Gentlemen's Final From 3PM From €140

Who are the defending champions/winners of French open 2016?

It was the 155th edition of French Open and played between 22nd May to 5th June. Here is the list of all the winners of french open 2016. 

Champion (French Open 2017 Defending Champions)
French Open 2016 Men's Singles
Novak Djokovic
Andy Murray
French Open 2016 Women's Singles
Garbine Muguruza
Serena Williams
French Open 2016 Men's Doubles
Feliciano López & Marc López
Bob Bryan & Mike Bryan
French Open 2016 Mixed Doubles
Martina Hingis & Leander Paes
Sania Mirza
& Ivan Dodig
French Open 2016 Women's Doubles
Caroline Garcia & Kristina Mladenovic
Ekaterina Makarova & Elena Vesnina

What are the latest odds for French Open 2017?

According to data gathered from various sources, Novak Djokovic leads with odds 13-8 (38% chance to win) in Men's singles and Serena Williams leads with odds 2-1 (33% chance to win) in Women's singles.

For detailed analysis check French Open 2017 Odds.

French Open 2017 Book Tickets online -

So many people are looking for french open tickets online. The best way to buy tickets is to go to the official website  French Open 2017 tickets cost starts from €20 for the outside courts and goes up to €200 for the premium seat on Finals.

Average French Open tickets cost is from €40 to €70. It depends upon the match on that day and the court in which it is being played.

For ticket, booking guide check French Open 2017 Tickets.

French Open 2017 Live TV Coverage- Where can I watch French Open 2017 on Television?

Watching French Open 2017 live is real fun. Here is the list of channels which will broadcast french open 2017 live. We have gathered this list after extensive research and hope it helps you all.

TV Channels Broadcasting French Open 2017 Live 
France  FranceTV Sports & Eurosport 1&2
United Kingdom  ITV 1 and ITV2 has broadcasting rights till 2018 – British Eurosport will also have live coverage in the UK
United States  Tennis Channel (paid channel) & NBC set to take over morning session and later round matches as ESPN dropped the rights starting from 2016
Canada  RDS (French) & TSN (English)
Australia  FoxSports
European Countries EuroSport 1 & 2 (will continue to broadcast French Open live in most of the European countries)
African Countries Super Sports (exclusive rights holder in South Africa and other African nations & BeinSport (in some countries)
Caribbean  ESPN Caribbean
South American Countries  ESPN Latin
New Zealand  Sky NZ
Asian Countries  FoxSports
India & SubContinent Neo Sports & MNC Sports
Middle East beIN Sports
Fiji & Pacific Islands FoxSports

French Open 2017 Tickets official website -

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The best way to buy tickets is to go directly to the official website -
But tickets don’t go for sale to the general public until Wednesday 22 March unless you are a licensed member then tickets are available from February 1. They set a limit on four tickets for the main courts per person over the entire tournament and two tickets maximum for the final Sunday. 
The site has a resale service from mid-April when you can buy and sell unwanted tickets.

French Open 2017 Tickets 

Tickets for show courts (Philippe Chatrier, Suzanne Lenglen, court number one) also give access to the outside courts; you will be assigned an allocated seat for the whole day. On the outside courts, seating is on a first come first served basis, there is no allocated seat.

French Open 2017 Tickets


  • Single all day tickets
Allow a reserved seat on one the show courts (Chatrier, Lenglen and Court 1) and/or unlimited access to the outside courts. From €20 on outside courts, from €50 on Chatrier.
  • Evening Visitors from 28 May to 6 June
Tickets to outside courts or one of the show courts from 5pm. Pre-book your tickets from 5 pm on the evening before the day you wish to attend. From €12.


Multi-day passes offer a better rate than tickets bought separately. Packs available:
  • Qualifyings: Monday 22 to Friday 26 May, €70.
  • Weekend: Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 June. From €200 for 2 days on Lenglen, from €225 on Chatrier.
  • Semifinals: Thursday 8 and Friday 9 June. From €225.
  • Finals: Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 June. From €270.


All Premium packages include one ticket to the Court Philippe-Chatrier or Suzanne-Lenglen and dedicated services: lounges, dining, hotels.

Booking Limit for French Open 2017

  • 1 order and payment per person: Only one payment may be made per credit card (for the same card number). Bank e-cards or virtual credit cards shall not be accepted.
  •  4 tickets for the main courts over the entire tournament. Maximum of two for 9 and 11 June combined.
  • 12 tickets for the outside courts over the entire tournament
  • No limit for qualifyings or Roland Garros Kids’ Day
The order modes are:
  • Online:  Real time availabilities and Visualisation of your seats, Instant confirmation on E-tickets
  • On site: Only for the Qualifying (Monday 22 to Friday 26 May 2017) via Paper tickets
  • By mail: Restricted to a maximum of € 200. Limited availabilities. Longer processing than online Paper tickets
  • Through agencies: Package ticket / travel / hotel depending on your needs

How to order tickets?

Keep in mind that except for qualifyings, there are no ticket sales at the stadium itself before or during the tournament. All bookings have to be made before the event. The tickets sell out really fast, so you better be prepared.
There are only 2 ways to legally buy tickets:
1. The official Roland Garros website
2. Official French Open agencies that propose exclusively VIP tickets and corporate hospitality offers.

Tips To Order Your French Open Tickets

  • Create your account in advance
  • Tickets are sold on a first come first served basis, so check out the website in advance to plan what days and courts you would like tickets for
  • Write down the tickets you want to order
  • Check out the booking limits: only one order and payment per person
  • No need to try to log in at midnight on the first day, tickets sale open at 10am Paris time (9am GMT)
  • Don’t refresh your browser page, you would only lose your place in the queue
  • If you didn’t get the tickets you wanted, try again from April 13th

Steps to Order Ticket

  • On his account, the buyer assigns each ticket to the name and first name of its final holder (beneficiary)
  • Print out your e-ticket or download it directly on the MyRG app
  • The beneficiary goes to the stadium with the e-ticket or the m-ticket and a form of identification which includes a photograph
  • The form of identification must correspond to the name indicated on the print-out when the e-ticket is checked.

How much are tickets?

Tickets can vary from £17 for the outside courts to around £200 for the best seat on the final day at center court. Most tickets average from around £40 to £65 depending on the category of seats and which court you want to see.

French Open 2017 Odds

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French Open 2017 Odds

French Open 2017 Odds

The second Grand Slam of the year is the French Open and in 2017 it will take place between 22nd May and 11th June. The men’s singles final take place on Sunday 11 June whilst the women’s singles final and men’s doubles final will begin on the day before.
The event is famous for the red clay court, which is unique to the French Open. Due to the nature of the clay surface, the French Open is one of the most physically demanding tournaments of the year and players must be at 100% to have any chance of winning the title.
For the French Open 2017 odds, Defending champion Novak Djokovic heads into the tournament as our favorite with Sun Bets. Andy Murray can be backed at a generous 4/1 whilst Rafael Nadal’s early price is 5/1. For the women, a Serena Williams victory can be backed at 2/1 with Garbine Muguruza and Simona Halep follow-up the betting priced at 9/2 and 9/1 respectively.
1. Men’s Singles
The defending men’s champions is Novak Djokovic. The Serb claimed his first French Open title in 2016, to complete the career Grand Slam, something which he had been aiming to do for some time. Therefore, the pressure for Djokovic to win in 2017 will be less intense. 
Only two players since 1995 have successfully retained the French Open title, Gustavo Kuerton and Rafael Nadal both of whom would consider clay as being their favorite surface. 
One name immediately springs to mind when discussing potential French Open winners - Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard has won the French Open nine times, which is a record but has struggled in recent years. During 2016, Nadal failed to reach a Grand Slam quarter-final for the first time since 2004 and all eyes will be on the former world number one, to see what shape he is in at the start of 2017. Nadal comes next in the betting, although fitness issues are always a big factor these days and even should he compete, his world ranking at the time could mean that, as last year, he faces a very challenging draw.
Current world number one, Andy Murray, reached the final for the first time in 2016, having made the semi-final the two years before. He has reached the semi-final on three occasions, including each of the last two years. Andy Murray’s track record certainly isn’t bad, so he’s a live outsider at the very least.
Stan Wawrinka, who won the French open in 2015 is a very dangerous player and if it isn’t going to be Djokovic, he would be the man. The Swiss has won a Grand Slam in each of the last three years and you would not back against him going deep at Roland Garros in 2017. 
2. Women’s Singles
To no great surprise, Serena Williams leads the way in the women’s event, although there are more potential winners than in the men’s tournament. She remains the favorite with the bookies but the French Open is clearly her least favorite of all the Grand Slam events. Having said that, Williams has made the final in the past two editions of the tournament and if fit, will surely challenge once more. 
The women’s defending champion is Garbine Muguruza, who won her first Grand Slam title at the French Open in 2016, defeating Serena Williams in the final. At only 23 years of age, she is young and can easily make the final in 2017. Muguruza makes for a good early bet on the 2017 French Open.
Angelique Kerber, the current world number one enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2016, winning the Australian Open and US Open. However, her record at Roland Garros is poor, with the fourth round being her best performance to date. A better bet may be Simona Halep, who reached the final in 2014 and as an early outside bet. Maria Sharapova always has support and the Romanian Simona Halep is worth considering to go one better than her runner-up spot in 2014.

French Open 2017 Day 15 Schedule - 11th June 2017 Schedule Gentlemen's Final

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French Open 2017 on day 15 we have Gentlemen's Final along with Ladies' Doubles finals and other matches. Here's the full day 15 schedule for French Open 2017 with Timings, Court and Ticket Details. We'll also add day 15 results in subsequent posts.

French Open 2017 Day 15 Schedule - 11th June 2017 Schedule Gentlemen's Final

Match DetailesTime & Court DetailsTickets
Ladies' Doubles (from 12 pm)
Gentlemen's Final (not before 3 pm)
Finals Gentlemen's Legends' Trophy All goings to the FinalsFrom 11 am OUTSIDE COURTSFrom €25