French Open 2023 men’s and women’s tennis singles draw, schedule, date, time, format

French Open 2023 men’s and women’s tennis singles draw, schedule, date, time, format

Roland Garros is a few days away starting this month, know about the draw dates for men’s and women’s singles and the schedule of the 2023 French Open

The 2023 French Open draw will take place before the second grand slam of the year. It’s expected that Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek will be the top seeds.

French Open 2023 men’s and women’s tennis singles draw, schedule, date, time, format, stadium

The French Open 2023 will feature 891 matches and 20 events at the Stade Roland-Garros in Paris.

Amelie Mauresmo, the Tournament Director, said that organisers wanted fans to “feel the emotions” of the second grand slam of the year.

The singles events at Roland-Garros will include 256 competitors, and the defending champion Swiatek is hoping to win the championship for the third time in four years.

Eight wild cards, 16 players who join through qualifying, 104 direct entries, and the tournament itself begins with 104 direct entrants.

When is the 2023 French Open draw?

On May 25 at The Orangery in Paris at 7 o’clock local time, the 2023 French Open draw will happen. That is six o’clock in the UK, one o’clock in the USA, and three the next morning in Australia.


The competition’s YouTube channel most likely will carry the draw live from The Orangery in Paris.

How does the draw work?

Like previous grand slams and significant contests, the French Open mostly depends on seedings.


As per normal, there will be 32 seeded players who will likely avoid one another until later in the competition.

Alcaraz and two-time winner Novak Djokovic, the top two seeds in the men’s draw, are positioned in different sections, which prevents them from facing off unless they both get to the championship match.

2023 French Open singles draw format

Each singles category comprises 128 competitors competing in 64 first-round matches, with the main action beginning on May 28.


If qualification is not required, a player needs to win seven matches to be declared the singles champion.

2023 French Open dates

Below is the schedule and days for the 2023 French Open:

Date Stage
May 28-30 Men’s & women’s first round
May 31 — June 1 Men’s & women’s second round
June 2-3 Men’s & women’s third round
June 4-5 Men’s & women’s fourth round
June 6-7 Men’s & women’s quarterfinals
June 8 Women’s semifinals
June 9 Men’s semifinals
June 10 Women’s final
June 11 Men’s final