No weird zebra outfit like last year, but a classic bi-tonal polo for Tsonga. He will debut adidas new performance wear on Roland Garros next month.
The Roland Garros line takes inspiration from the bold colours that set the scene of the Parisian Grand Slam tournament. Statement colour blocking in green, white and grey is accentuated with bold emblems –providing a contemporary finish to the classic tennis look.
The new Roland Garros line by adidas takes inspiration from the bold colours that set the scene of the Parisian Grand Slam tournament. Statement colour blocking in green, white and grey is accentuated with bold emblems –providing a contemporary finish to the classic tennis look.
The collection is built to keep athletes comfortable in a multitude of conditions, with a combination of Clima technologies and mesh detail offering ventilation and quick evaporation of sweat.
The men’s collection includes a polo, which will be worn by Thomas Berdych and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, and tee, to be worn by Dominic Thiem and Sascha Zverev – both with a unique contrast colour band along the hemline.
adidas has unveiled the Roland Garros line up to be worn its top stars. Players including Angelique Kerber, Kristina Mladenovic, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Dominic Thiem and Sascha Zverev will debut the brand new performance wear on Roland Garros clay courts next month.
The women’s collection includes the Roland Garros line dress, featuring bi-tonal colour. The dress will be worn by Kristina Mladenovic and is available in two colourways (green/white and grey/white). Angelique Kerber will debut the tank and skort, which also includes bi-tonal pleats in green/white. Both will wear the adizero ubersonic 2 women’s footwear which comes in green/white/orange.
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Garbine will wear the new adidas by Stella McCartney Barricade dress in a grey and white colour-block. The 3-in-1 design has a slim fit and is crafted using a premium, Climalite material that enhances the body’s natural temperature regulation; vital on the punishing clay of Roland Garros.
“I enjoyed playing at Roland Garros so much last year and I am so excited to return to the courts where I celebrated my first Grand Slam win. As it is such a happy and emotional memory, I find myself reflecting on last year as I prepare for this year’s tournament. This is why I connect so much to the design story of my Barricade Roland Garros dress and its nod to tournaments gone by.”
You didn’t manage to get the tickets you wanted for the upcoming French Open? You’ve got a second chance: the resale tickets.
1. Connect to your Roland Garros account
.. or set one up if needed
2. Click on Order, select a day and court
3. Select an offer
4. Validate your order
… or select more tickets
5. Select additional services
… like parking or food. If you want my two cents: bring your own food and take the metro to get to the stadium.
6. Enter your payment details
and that’s it. You’ll soon receive a mail with all the details of your order. Don’t forget to assign each ticket to a ticket holder!
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How to get Roland Garros tickets?
There are only 2 ways to legally buy tickets:
– the official Roland Garros website
– official French Open agencies that propose exclusively VIP tickets and corporate hospitality offers. You can find the complete list here.
Read our article How to buy French Open tickets.
When do French Open tickets go on sale?
Ticket sales open to the general public on March 22. Premium packages are available for sale since March 1st.
What do Philippe Chatrier tickets give access to?
Philippe Chatrier tickets give you an allocated seat on court Chatrier, and access to outside courts (no allocated seat).
What do Grounds Passes give access to?
Grounds Passes give you access to all courts except Philippe Chatrier, Suzanne Lenglen, or Court 1. There is no allocated seat, seating is on a first come first served basis.
What is the Roland Garros Kids Day?
Previously known as Benny Berthet Day, Roland Garros Kids Day is a charity event, devoted to fund raising for charitable organisations. On the eve of the tounament’s opening day, tennis stars are invited to take part in one set exhibition matches. So, for 20 euros, you can watch some of the top players in action and help a good cause!
How to get to Roland Garros Stadium?
The easiest way to get to Roland Garros is by public transport. The closest subway stations are porte d’Auteuil and Boulogne-Jean-Jaurès on line 10, Michel-Ange-Auteuil and Michel-Ange-Molitor on line 9.
Shuttle buses are also available for the duration of the tourmanent to transport ticketed passengers to and from the stadium.
What should I wear?
Casual wear and comfortable shoes. Take clothing suitable for all conditions and don’t forget a hat, sunglasses but also waterproofs.
May I bring food into the Stadium?
Yes, and you should of course, because food in the stadium is overpriced and lacks variety. You’ll also avoid queues. There are lots of bakeries and supermarket nearby, where you can buy sandwiches, drinks…
May I bring my camera?
Yes, sure. But camera tripods and camera lenses of more than 20 cm are not allowed.
What happens if it rains?
Roland Garros doesn’t have any courts with roofs, so when it rains, play stops. There isn’t a lot of covered space to hide. To kill time you could visit the museum, or take part in the activities at the RG LAB. If play has lasted less than two hours over the entire day, you may be eligible for a refund.
Where to find the schedule of play?
The schedule of play is released each evening and is posted on the official website as soon as it is made available. It is also displayed next to the big screens on Court Suzanne Lenglen and Court number 1. Grab a free copy of the daily Roland Garros newspaper and have a look at who is playing where.
Who was Roland Garros?
Not a tennis player, but a French national hero who perished in World War I. Roland Garros was a pioneer aviator who made the first solo flight across the Mediterranean Sea. He was killed in aerial combat in 1918.
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