The 2022 French Open will take place from May 22-June 5. The French Open is the second Grand Slam event in the professional tennis calendar, following the Australian Open. As such it will feature some of the best players in the world competing for the title.
During the tournament, 128 tennis players compete in both the mens and women''s singles bracket; mens doubles, womens doubles, and mixed doubles are also competing.
Novak Djokovic has claimed the top seed in the mens single bracket as he attempts to set a 21-year-old Rafael Nadals all-time high for the French Open. However, Nadal himself, who is renowned at the French Open, is on the field to try and prevent that and perhaps maintain his record. There are also a number of other exciting players looking for the title, including 19-year-old Carlos Alcaraz Garfia.
Iga Swiatek is the top seed in the bracket to outperform Simona Halep, Paula Badosa, Danielle Collins, Emma Raucanu, and Naomi Osaka. However, Serena Williams will not compete in the French Open yet, although there is still hope she will compete in the Wimbledon later this year.
Everything you need to know about the 2022 French Open.
2022 French Open dates
The 2022 French Open will take place from May 22 to June 5.
Qualifying rounds began on May 16, but the official first round of the tournament is on Sunday, May 22.
The women''s singles finals will take place on Saturday, June 4, at 9 am ET/2 pm in the United Kingdom.
The mens singles finals will be held on Sunday, June 5, at 9 am ET/2 pm in the United Kingdom.
2022 French Open matches: May 24
Here''s a breakdown of all the games scheduled for the 2022 French Open on Monday, May 23, 2018. Times vary according to when previous matches are concluded.
C. Ruud vs JW. Tsonga Women''s Singles in Court Philippe-Chatrier Womens Singles: P. Badosa vs F. Ferro Mens Singles: L. Musetti vs S. Tsitsipas
F. Bagnis vs D. Medvedev Mens Singles: L. Harris vs C. Garcia Mens Singles: H. Gaston vs A. De Minaur Women''s Singles: C. Paquet vs A. Sabalenka
T. Andrianjafitrimo vs. Ivashka Men''s Singles in Court Simonne-Mathieu Women''s Singles: F. Tiafoe vs B. Bonzi Men''s Singles: P. Carreno Busta vs G. Simon
A. Rinderknech vs. A. Bublik Men''s Singles in Court 14 Womens Singles: A. Rublev vs S. Zhang Men''s Singles: L. Pouille vs Z. Kolar in Court 14 Womens Singles
J. Pegula vs Q. Wang Men''s Singles on Court 7 Men''s Singles: E. Ruusuvuori vs U. Humbert Women''s Singles: E. Ruusuvuori vs. A. Kalinskaya Women''s Singles: E. Pegula vs Q. Wang Men''s Singles: B. Fratangelo vs J. Sinner Women''s Singles: R. Sramkov
D. Collins vs. V. Tomova Men''s Singles on Court 6 Women''s Singles: A. Mannarino vs F. Delbonis Men''s Singles: G. Zeppieri vs H. Hurkacz
S. Gonzalez/A. Molteni vs R. Matos/D. Vega Hernandez Men''s Singles: A. Molcan vs F. Coria Men''s Doubles: H. Nys/J. Zielinski Men''s Doubles: JS. Cabal/R. Farah vs B. Paire/A. Ramos-Vinolas
Hach Verdugo/P. Oswald vs M. Arevalo/JJ. Rojer Women''s Singles: E. Alexandranova vs G. Minnen Women''s Singles: I. Begu vs J. Paolini Men''s Doubles: I. Dodig/A. Krajicek vs J. Peers/F. Polasek in Court 5 Men''s Doubles
T. Griekspoor/B. Van De Zandschulp vs W. Woolhof/N. Skupski Men''s Singles: C. Garin vs T. Paul Men''s Singles: A. Bedene/F. Krajinovic vs M. Gonzalez/M. Melo Women''s Singles: C. Liu vs T. Zidansek
K. Volynets vs V. Golubic Men''s Doubles: S. Baez/F. Meligeni Rodrigues Alves vs A. Golubev/F. Martin Men''s Doubles: S. Baez/M. Sabanov vs M. Cressy/F. Lopez in Court 9 Men''s Doubles: A. Goransson/B. Mclachlan vs N. Mektic
J. Sousa vs. CH. Tseng Women''s Singles: S. Rogers vs T. Martincova Men''s Singles: P. Udvardy vs F. Contreras Gomez
J. Lehecka vs Djere Men''s Singles on Court 11 Men''s Singles: I. Bara vs Y. Putintseva Women''s Singles: M. Brengle vs M. Buzarnescu
P. Martinez vs H. Laaksonen Women''s Singles for Court 12 Men''s Singles: O. Selekhmeteva vs K. Juvan Men''s Singles: J. Vesely vs S. Johnson
P. Gojowczyk vs L. Sonego Women''s Singles in Court 13 Women''s Singles: A. Kalinina vs H. Baptiste Men''s Singles: M. Cecchinato vs P. Andujar
How to watch 2022 French Open on TV in US
The 2022 French Open will be available on NBC, the Tennis Channel, and Bally Sports in the United States.
NBC is one of the four main networks in the United States and is therefore accessible to anyone with a traditional pay-TV cable subscription or a TV antenna that may receive local television station signals. The network is also available on live TV streaming services like FuboTV, Hulu, with live television, Sling TV, and YouTube TV.
The Tennis Channel is a cable channel that is available as part of certain pay-TV subscription packages as well as live streaming services, including FuboTV and Sling TV. Bally Sports, in turn, is a regional sports network that is only available in certain areas of the country.
How to watch 2022 French Open on TV in the UK
Eurosport, which is available with Sky TV, BT, and Virgin, can assist UK tennis enthusiasts to the 2022 French Open.
How to watch 2022 French Open online
If you have cut the cord or simply need to watch the French Open action online, there are ways to keep pace with it.
Peacock is streaming all of NBCs coverage of the French Open in the United States, as well as having a unique live stream on certain days. Anyone wanting to stream the French Open must be a Peacock Premium subscriber. See the NBCs coverage breakdown here.
The chance to see the French Open online in the United Kingdom requires a Discovery Plus Entertainment & Sports Pass, which is available for 6.99 per month or 59.99 per year.