Roland Garros 2023
What's New and What to Expect

Roland Garros 2023: what is new


The 2023 international tennis season is in full swing, and fans of the sport are eagerly anticipating the highly anticipated Roland Garros tournament. Taking place on the iconic red clay courts of Paris, this second Grand Slam of the year promises to deliver thrilling matches and intense competition. In this article, we will explore the schedule of the tournament, the players to watch out for, and how fans can stay connected to the action.

Roland Garros 2023 Calendar

The Roland Garros 2023 tournament is scheduled to kick off on Monday, May 22nd, with the qualifiers taking place during the opening week. The main draw will commence on Sunday, May 28th, and continue for two weeks until the finals scheduled for the weekend of June 10th and 11th. Let’s take a look at the complete calendar for Roland Garros 2023:

  1. Sunday, May 28th: First round
  2. Monday, May 29th: First round
  3. Monday, May 29th: First round
  4. Tuesday, May 30th: First round
  5. Tuesday, May 30th: First round
  6. Wednesday, May 31st: Second round
  7. Wednesday, May 31st: Second round
  8. Thursday, June 1st: Second round
  9. Thursday, June 1st: Second round
  10. Friday, June 2nd: Third round
  11. Friday, June 2nd: Third round
  12. Saturday, June 3rd: Third round
  13. Saturday, June 3rd: Third round
  14. Sunday, June 4th: Round of 16
  15. Sunday, June 4th: Round of 16
  16. Monday, June 5th: Round of 16
  17. Monday, June 5th: Round of 16
  18. Tuesday, June 6th: Quarterfinals
  19. Tuesday, June 6th: Quarterfinals
  20. Wednesday, June 7th: Quarterfinals
  21. Wednesday, June 7th: Quarterfinals
  22. Thursday, June 8th: Semifinals
  23. Friday, June 9th: Semifinals
  24. Saturday, June 10th: Women’s singles final
  25. Sunday, June 11th: Men’s singles final

The Most Anticipated Players at Roland Garros 2023

When it comes to Roland Garros, one name immediately comes to mind: Rafael Nadal. Known for his exceptional skills on clay courts, Nadal has claimed an impressive 14 titles in the men’s singles, making him the reigning champion and the most successful player in the tournament’s history. However, this year, he faces fierce competition from the likes of Novak Djokovic, the current number 1 in the ATP ranking.

Djokovic has proven himself to be a formidable opponent for Nadal, interrupting the Spanish player’s winning streak in Paris on previous occasions. With the tournament showcasing a mix of seasoned veterans and rising stars, all eyes will be on Carlos Alcaraz and Holger Rune. These two young players have already made a name for themselves in the tennis world and are highly anticipated for Roland Garros 2023.

GSB Predictions for Roland Garros 2023

The betting odds and predictions for Roland Garros 2023 reflect the excitement and anticipation surrounding the tournament. While Rafael Nadal’s track record speaks for itself, he is not considered the favorite this year. The spotlight is on the emerging generation, with Carlos Alcaraz leading the pack as the top contender. With his exceptional form and his recent victory at the US Open, Alcaraz holds the best odds and is seen by many as the natural successor to Nadal.

Novak Djokovic, the Australian Open champion, is sandwiched between Alcaraz and Nadal. Holger Rune, partnered with Stefanos Tsitsipas, has an outside chance of claiming the title with very low odds. Moving further down the list, there are Jannik Sinner and Casper Ruud, Daniil Medvedev, and Alexander Zverev.


The 2023 Roland Garros tournament is shaping up to be an exhilarating event for tennis enthusiasts worldwide. With a star-studded lineup, including Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and a promising group of young talents, fans can expect intense matches and fierce competition on the red clay courts of Paris. As the tournament unfolds, all eyes will be on the players, their performances, and the outcome of this prestigious Grand Slam event.