The tickets for the French Open aren’t as tough to get as those for Wimbledon.
But you have to be nimble on the keyboard.
For the general public, they go on sale next Wednesday at 10 a.m. Paris time.
The tournament has a web page with some handy tips (it recommends using an actual computer over a phone or tablet during peak periods).
For opening day (Sunday, May 26), grounds passes go for €32 ($36US). For Court Suzanne-Lenglen and the “new” Court 1 – Court Simonne-Mathieu, they start at €55 ($62) and for the main court. For the revamped Philippe-Chatrier, at €65 ($73).