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Stade Roland-Garros is an impressive 21-acre facility situated adjacent to the magnificent Bois de Boulogne park in the beautiful city of Paris, France.
Roland Garros is famous for its ‘red clay’ courts, which are interestingly white limestone covered by red brick dust, a solution developed in response to the poor drainage issues from natural clay.
The site has 20 courts with two main show courts, the Philippe Chatrier which as a capacity of 14,840, and the Suzanne Lenglen which can seat 10,068.
Roland Garros is of course home to the French Open, the two terms have now become synonymous. The second of the four grand slam tournaments is held every year in late May and is currently the only one played on clay.
The complex draws in millions of spectators from around the world every year, and with its history stretching back to 1928, there is plenty to take in should an opportunity arise to visit.
Stade Roland-Garros is located adjacent to the Bois de Boulogne public park in Paris.