This visit to the Roland Garros Stadium will be an opportunity to discover the clay courts, on which the greatest players in international tennis have competed. It was built in 1928 and is named after a French aviator, aviation pioneer, Roland Garros; who distinguished himself during the Great War.
It is here that the Swedish tennis player Björn Borg won 6 victories, the first of which was in 1974 and more recently, it is here that the Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal won 14 titles, the last of which was in 2022. This visit tells you about them, but also of Chris Evert, Steffi Graff, and many others.
The route includes the history of this sporting heritage, a visit to the locker rooms, the stands, the press rooms and the corridor which leads to the court, during the finals and you will also discover the trophies on display. Your guide will tell you how the Stadium works throughout the year and will talk about the four musketeers including René Lacoste and anecdotes.