Category: Roland Garros
From May 20 through 25, the Strasbourg Tennis Club will welcome the world’s top tennis players to the 27th edition of the Strasbourg Open. Created in 1987, this women-only tournament has over the years become one of the classic events of the WTA calendar, and a warm-up for the best players in the world one [...]
The world’s greatest tennis players will soon be gathering for one of the biggest tournaments of their career, one of the four Grand Slam championships, the French Open. France’s premier international tennis tournament is characterized by its clay courts, the excitement that pulsates from the stands, other activities within the grounds, its unpredictable weather, and [...]
Just like the Australian Open in January, this season’s Roland Garros tournament will offer a total prize pool of 22 million euros, which represents a 3 million euro increase compared to the 2012 edition. But don’t jump to conclusions and think that this substantial rise will only profit the likes of Rafael Nadal, who is [...]
The year 2012 is coming to an end. The Orange live blog team will return at the beginning of January ready to start a new year with you. Highlights will include the CES Las Vegas from a technology aspect, the African Cup of Nations in sports and the visit to the Louvre-Lens museum from a [...]
The French Tennis Federation (Fédération Française de Tennis, FFT) has revealed the official poster for the Roland Garros French Open, which will be held from May 21 to June 9, 2012. For over twenty years, the FFT has commissioned a contemporary artist to create an eye-catching poster for one of the world’s most famous tennis [...]
Roland Garros 2012 is over for another year ! After two weeks, which once again ended with victory in the men’s competition for Rafael Nadal, his seventh to be exact, it’s time to take a look back at this latest edition.
While the tournament finished one day late due to temperamental weather conditions with the 7th victory for Rafael Nadal, we would like to invite you to discover all about Orange’s television operation to cover Roland Garros.
Throughout the French Open, we were able to see the Philippe Chatrier and Suzanne Lenglen courts on television, but Roland Garros is so much more than that.
Partner to the French Open in Roland Garros, Orange was at the heart of all the action during the two weeks of tennis frenzy in Paris.
Life is unfair. I was supposed to be sat behind my desk on Tuesday afternoon working, and instead was sent to Roland Garros to watch the quarter-final of the French Open between Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Novak Djokovic.