Updated: 30 May 2023
French Open 2023: Full Schedule, Time In IST, Prize Money, Broadcast Details, And Winners Prediction. Every year, Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France hosts the highly esteemed tennis tournament, the French Open. In 2023, the tournament will commence on May 28 and conclude on June 11, with elite players competing for the championship title. The French Open features clay courts, known for their slow and gritty nature, posing a unique challenge that tests a player’s skill and endurance.
The tournament includes singles, doubles, mixed doubles, and junior tournaments for both men and women. A draw will determine the matches for each player a few days before the tournament begins.
Schedule of French Open 2023
|Day||Date||Session||Start Time (IST)||Round|
|Sun||May 28||Day||2.30 PM||1st Round|
|Mon||May 29||Day||2.30 PM||1st Round|
|Tue||May 30||Evening||12.30 AM||1st Round|
|Tue||May 30||Day||2.30 PM||1st Round|
|Wed||May 31||Evening||12.30 AM||1st Round|
|Wed||May 31||Day||2.30 PM||2nd Round|
|Thu||June 1||Evening||12.30 AM||2nd Round|
|Thu||June 1||Day||2.30 PM||2nd Round|
|Fri||June 2||Evening||12.30 AM||2nd Round|
|Fri||June 2||Day||2.30 PM||3rd Round|
|Sat||June 3||Evening||12.30 AM||3rd Round|
|Sat||June 3||Day||2.30 PM||3rd Round|
|Sun||June 4||Evening||12.30 AM||3rd Round|
|Sun||June 4||Day||2.30 PM||4th Round|
|Mon||June 5||Evening||12.30 AM||4th Round|
|Mon||June 5||Day||2.30 PM||4th Round|
|Tue||June 6||Evening||12.30 AM||4th Round|
|Tue||June 6||Day||3.30 PM||Quarterfinals|
|Tue||June 6||Evening||8.30 PM||Quarterfinals|
|Wed||June 7||Day||3.30 PM||Quarterfinals|
|Thu||June 8||Evening||12.30 AM||Quarterfinals|
|Thu||June 8||Day||5.30 PM||Semifinals|
|Fri||June 9||Day||6.30 PM||Semifinals|
|Sat||June 10||Day||6.30 PM||Women’s Singles Final,Men’s Doubles Final|
|Sun||June 11||Day||6.30 PM||Men’s Singles Final|
French Open 2023 Prize money Details
French Open Prize Money 2023 – Singles & Doubles Event
|STAGE||SINGLES EVENTS (In Rs)||SINGLES EVENTS (In $)||DOUBLES (In $)||DOUBLES (In Rs)|
|WINNER||₹140,964,899.90||17,11,656 $||3,41,946.13 $||₹2,81,65,965.85|
|RUNNERS-UP||₹7,48,72,362.57||9,09,092 $||2,01,144.15 $||₹1,65,68,163.37|
|SEMIFINALISTS||₹37,443,801.54||4,54,533.25 $||1,18,320.22 $||₹97,47,888.42|
|QUARTERFINALISTS||₹2,49,32,300||3,02,665.67 $||69,613.74 $||₹57,34,020.91|
|4TH ROUND||₹1,66,51,116.33||2,02,161 $||40,947.60 $||₹33,72,034.49|
|3RD ROUND||₹1,10,99,592||1,34,777.79 $||25,592.96 $||₹21,07,902.16|
|2ND ROUND||₹73,99,728||89,851.86 $||15,995.60 $||₹13,17,373.87|
|1ST ROUND||₹52,85,974.65||64,181.10 $|
|QUALIFYING ROUND 3||₹22,46,524.50||27,276.97 $|
|QUALIFYING ROUND 2||₹14,09,584||17,114.96 $|
|QUALIFYING ROUND 1||₹8,80,643.52||10,694.30 $|
French Open Prize Money 2023 – Mixed Doubles
|STAGE||MIXED DOUBLES (In $)||MIXED DOUBLES (In Rs)|
|3RD ROUND||5,081.79 $||₹4,18,839.91|
|QUALIFYING ROUND 3|
|QUALIFYING ROUND 2|
|QUALIFYING ROUND 1|
The prize money for the Roland-Garros 2023 tournament includes $940,000 for the men’s and women’s singles runners-up, $188,055 for the doubles finalists, $470,000 for the singles semi-finalists, and $250,000 for the quarterfinalists. Players reaching the round of 16, third round, and second round in singles will receive $132,853, $74,287, and $42,962, respectively.
Doubles participants advancing to the third round and second round will be granted $35,245 and $19,775. The prize money aims to reward exceptional performance and provide support. The French Tennis Federation ensures fair distribution between men’s and women’s tournaments.
French Open 2023 Broadcast Details
|Country||Channel Name/ OTT/Website|
|North Africa & Middle East||beIN Sports|
|Europe (All territories)||Eurosport|
|Asia (All Territories)||beIN Sports|
French Open 2023 Current Predictions
French Open Men’s Singles Prediction
Rafa Nadal, the 14-time French Open winner, will not participate in the event due to an ongoing hip injury that has kept him away from the courts since the Australian Open in January. In a recent announcement, he declared his intention to retire next year.
The absence of Nadal will have a significant impact on the chances of other players to win the title, creating a golden opportunity for Novak Djokovic to seize his 23rd major victory and surpass Nadal as the player with the most Grand Slam titles ever won in the men’s singles category.
Let’s see our top 3 men’s and women’s singles picks for this season of Ronald Gaross 2023 –
Carlitos had a breakthrough in 2022, impressing tennis fans with his skills and consistent victories. As the current World No. 1, he aims to win his second major title in Paris after triumphing at the US Open last year.
Despite being only 20 years old, this talented player from Murcia has already won an impressive 10 ATP titles. He dominates on clay courts as shown by his wins in Buenos Aires, Indian Wells, Barcelona, and Madrid earlier this year.
Despite not being in top physical shape, Djokovic remains a constant threat and is a favorite contender in any tournament. He has been struggling with a recurring elbow injury, leading to recent defeats against fellow countryman Dusan Lajovic in the quarterfinals of Banja Luka and a hard-fought three-set battle against Holger Rune in the same round of the Italian Open (Rome).
However, Djokovic’s extensive experience at tournaments like Roland Garros gives him invaluable insight into how to win. With the chance to claim his 23rd major title this year, he shows unwavering determination to impress his fans with exceptional on-court performance and establish an enduring legacy.
In 2021, Stefanos Tsitsipas experienced a near-miss in his quest to win his first Grand Slam tournament in Paris. Despite his efforts, he lost in five sets, witnessing Djokovic emerge as the victor at the French Open. The memory of that day remains vivid for Tsitsipas, serving as a lasting motivation for the Greek maestro to rewrite history.
With a professional record boasting nine ATP titles, Tsitsipas exhibits unwavering determination to claim his inaugural major victory. This year, he advanced to the final of the Australian Open, only to face defeat once again at the hands of Djokovic, this time in three sets.
Women’s Singles French Open 2023 Prediction
Iga Swiatek, the reigning women’s singles champion, is heavily favored to win the French Open. Despite less impressive recent performances compared to last year, she remains the top player on clay. Swiatek aims to capture her third title in four years with exceptional skills as a premier clay court player – reflected in the odds.
Despite a season full of standout performances, Aryna Sabalenka faced her first setback in the Italian Open, losing in the second round. However, she has a +500 chance to place second behind Swiatek in the French Open standings. Sabalenka can climb up the leaderboard during the tournament if she performs well.
With odds of +800, Elena Rybakina is in third place behind the top two contenders. Although she initially had difficulty adjusting to clay courts, she demonstrated her resilience by winning the Italian Open title and defeating Anhelina Kalinina for her most notable victory on red clay. Rybakina’s current impressive form gives her a strong chance to surpass her previous performance as a quarterfinalist at the French Open.