French Open 2017 preview: Dates, TV info, tickets, odds on Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray
Everything you need to know ahead of the 2017 French Open with Novak Djokovic and Garbine Muguruza defending their titles at Roland Garros.
When is it?
The French Open gets underway with qualifying on Monday, May 22.
The first round of the main draw begins on Sunday, May 28.
The women's singles final is on Saturday, June 10 with the men's singles final following on Sunday, June 11.
Where is it?
The French Open takes place at Roland Garros in Paris.
Is it on TV?
French Open qualification starts on Monday May 22nd with LIVE coverage on Eurosport 2 and Eurosport Player. Eurosport’s LIVE studio coverage of the tournament starts on Sunday 28th May and will be presented by Rob Curling with analysis from former British number ones Greg Rusedski and Annabel Croft. Catherine Whitaker will be the court-side reporter at Roland Garros. Former French Open champion Mary Pierce will be amongst Eurosport’s team of experts providing additional analysis throughout our coverage.
Seven-time Grand Slam winner John McEnroe will resume his role as the ‘Commissioner of Tennis’, setting the tennis world to rights in his exclusive Eurosport series. Meanwhile, fellow former world number one Mats Wilander will provide analysis on his daily show Game, Set and Mats. Eurosport’s impressive list of experts also includes Novak Djokovic’s former coach Boris Becker and Serena Williams’ coach Patrick Mouratoglou, whose show The Coach analyses the match of the day at Roland Garros with the latest stats and data concerning the players.
Are tickets available?
What are the latest odds for the men's singles?
Novak Djokovic - 13/8
Rafael Nadal - 11/4
Andy Murray - 3/1
Stan Wawrinka - 8/1
Roger Federer - 20/1
Kei Nishikori - 20/1
Dominic Thiem - 20/1
Nick Kyrgios - 25/1
Milos Raonic - 40/1
Juan Martin Del Potro - 50/1
What are the latest odds for the women's singles?
Serena Williams - 2/1
Garbine Muguruza - 9/2
Simona Halep - 10/1
Angelique Kerber - 12/1
Maria Sharapova - 14/1
Petra Kvitova - 18/1
Karolina Pliskova - 18/1
Madison Keys - 25/1
Johanna Konta - 33/1
Agnieszka Radwanska - 40/1
Can Nadal win it again?
The Spaniard recently told Eurosport in 'Universe Nadal' just what the tournament means to him and how he feels about winning it again...
Who won the singles titles in 2016?
Novak Djokovic took the men's title, beating Andy Murray in the final:
Garbine Muguruza won the women's title, defeating Serena Williams on the big stage: