The public was invited to leave the Roland-Garros stadium around 8:15 p.m. in order to respect the curfew introduced from 9:00 p.m.

“The stadium gates will close at 8:45 pm. We thank you for making your arrangements to leave the stands during a change of side, ”said an announcement broadcast on the courts from 8:20 pm.

At 8.35 p.m. local time, the announcement became more urgent: “Ladies and gentlemen, the doors will close in ten minutes.”

Four games were still underway at that time, while Stefanos Tsitsipas’ match against Jérémy Chardy must be played in a night session.

The organizers of Roland-Garros have obtained from the authorities the authorization to bring in a little more than 5,000 people for the first ten days of the tournament, before going to a ceiling of 13,000 for the last five, when the authorized gauge will drop from 35 % to 65% of maximum capacity.

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It’s 11am this Sunday, and Paris is waking up near Roland-Garros! The 120th edition is underway, with 40 matches already on the program. To open the Court Philippe-Chatrier, the “mute” Osaka (world No. 2) will challenge the Romanian Tig. A match followed by the duel between Thiem, 4th in the world, and Andujar, Federer’s striker in Geneva. Usually, the Austrian is popular at Porte d´Auteuil, but he admits to refusing the role of big underdog this year.

The Belgian player has been provisionally suspended from all touring activity after being cited in a “criminal” investigation by the ITIA.

Four Belgians are at the start of this Roland Garros, but only one in the men’s table: David Goffin (ATP-13).

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