Philippe-Chatrier Court, Paris
Categories: Historic Sites, Arenas & Stadiums, Tourist Spots
Constructed in 1928, Philippe-Chatrier Court is an 8.5 hectare (21 acre) tennis venue with 20 courts and three large-capacity stadiums that host the annual French Open. Learn the history of tennis at the Tenniseum, a museum with bilingual multimedia exhibits portraying the game's beginnings. You'll find many dining options in the large restaurant and bar area. Using our custom trip planner, Paris attractions like Philippe-Chatrier Court can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Je suis surpris du classement de ce site au sein des attractions parisiennes. Sauf à être passionné de tennis et/ou être invité à un déjeuner mondain pendant le tournoi, je ne vois aucun intérêt parti... read more »I'm surprised the ranking of this site within the Parisian attractions. Except to be passionate about tennis and/or be invited to a mundane lunch during the tournament, I see no particular interest at this point (which have not really one, in the modern sense of the term). If we want to see a stage, go to the stage of France. Is it we visit Paris, there are so many beautiful things to see...show original
C'est un endroit magique lorsque le temps est clément mais à partir du moment où la pluie s'invite, cela devient vite un calvaire. Je crois que je ne retournerai plus à RG tant qu'il n'y aura pas de t... read more »It is a magical place when the weather is good, but from the time when the rain comes, it quickly becomes a nightmare. I think that I will not return to RG as long as there is no roof on centre court.show original
Sullivan Wayne U
Un agréable moment, des bon matchs malgré le mauvais temps. Les prix des boissons, sandwich et glaces sont très chères.A good time, good matches despite the bad weather. The price of drinks, sandwich and ice cream are very expensive.show original
Been going here for the past 2 years for the Roland Garros finals. Always a nice atmosphere, reasonably priced tickets and great tennis. Hopefully they build a roof soon to avoid that play stops due to rain.
I love the clay court and the overall architecture of the stadium. However, wirhout a roof, the rain, the wind, and the cold could really reduce the exhilaration of watching yje game.
Rodrigo Miranda García
Biggest court in Roland Garros. Good visibility overall and great environment
This is the place where Novak Djokovic is completed his career grand slam ;)
Absolutely wonderful place seeing the world class players fighting for their respect it is just tremendous though I have not been here but I would say If would have been here then definitely would come to see rafa performance he is absolute genius
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