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Court Suzanne Lenglen TicketsSuzanne Lenglen was one of the world's most legendary tennis players, winning no less than eight Grand Slams and six French Opens in her lifetime among numerous other distinctions and honors. To recognize her skill, the owners of the Stade Roland Garros in Paris chose to rename their second court to the Court Suzanne Lenglen in 1997. Fittingly, it is typically the stage for the French Open. If you're a fan of tennis and want to grab some seats to one of the most prestigious and important games in the sport's history, buy your Court Suzanne Lenglen tickets at StubHub.
What is the maximum occupancy for Court Suzanne Lenglen?While the overall capacity of the Stade Roland Garros's three courts is 28,708 people, Court Suzanne Lenglen specifically has room for 10,068 spectators.
Is the Stade Roland Garros wheelchair accessible for spectators in the courts?Overall, the Stade Roland Garros strives to make its three courts as accessible as possible to spectators. Court Suzanne Lenglen has several access ramps and seats that can adapt to accommodate wheelchairs.
What are my options for food and drinks sitting at Court Suzanne Lenglen?Guests have a range of options when looking for food and drinks to take with them to watch Court Suzanne Lenglen events. There are several concession stands, snack stands and vendors dotted around the venue selling food ranging from burgers, sandwiches, pizza, hot dogs, ice cream and more as well as cold drinks, including alcohol, to help you beat the heat. The venue also has a restaurant and bar on the premises to visit before or after the game. Outside food and drinks are not allowed inside the stadium.
Is the Stade Roland Garros an all-ages environment?All Court Suzanne Lenglen events are appropriate for people of all ages. If you're coming to see tennis champions play, every attendee must purchase a ticket, including children. The RG Kids' Day held every summer to teach children about tennis allows free admission to anyone 6 years old or younger.
What is parking like when attending events at the Court Suzanne Lenglen?The parking spaces located immediately around the Stade Roland Garros are reserved for local residents only. In exchange, a shuttle service is provided by the venue to move people from nearby public car parks to the stadium. The closest lots that have access to this service are the Pelouse de Saint-Cloud, the Porte d'Auteuil car park, the Point-du-Jour car park, the Porte de Saint-Cloud car park and the Parchamp car park.
Is the Stade Roland Garros near any public transit?The Stade Roland Garros is conveniently accessible by public transit, which is the recommended way of getting to the venue. Both the Line 9 and Line 10 Metro make stops near the stadium, and several bus routes lead to it.
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