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French Open
This illustrious Grand Slam event, also known as the Internationaux de France (or simply Roland-Garros, after the sports complex in western Paris where the tournament is held), draws top international players to Europe every year in late May and early June for two weeks of intense competition on red-clay courts. Millions of Euros in prize money are at stake, with singles and doubles tournaments for both men and women. Coveted tickets to the French Open are sold online or by mail, with booking requests accepted from mid-November through mid-February, and reserved seats for specific matches allocated by lottery. Tickets also may be obtained in conjunction with travel packages offered by our tournament partner Grand Slam Tennis Tours. The Roland-Garros Stadium, at the southern end of the vast Bois de Boulogne park in the city's 16th arrondissement, is easily accessible by subway and offers a full complement of services including restaurants, snack vendors, currency exchange, a post office and the Tenniseum, a year-round museum of tennis history. For event and ticket information, visit the Federation Francaise de Tennis web site (French and English versions available).

BNP Paribas Masters
The Paris Masters, arguably the most prestigious indoor tennis tournament on the professional circuit, features the world's top male players competing in the ninth and final event of the annual ATP Masters Series. The tournament takes place each fall at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, a covered stadium on the Right Bank of the Seine in southeastern Paris, with singles and doubles matches played on Taraflex courts. For information about schedules, ticket sales and stadium access, see the BNP Paribas Masters web site (English and French versions available).

Open Gaz de France
This indoor women's event, a Tier II component of the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour, features singles and doubles competition played on a Greenset surface at the Pierre de Coubertin Stadium in western Paris, not far from the site of the French Open at Roland-Garros. For details, see the Open Gaz de France web site  (English and French versions available).

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