Stade Roland Garros (Sunday)
INCLUDED IN THE PRICE
- Main stadium seats and hospitality at Roland Garros, 28th May
- Tennis masterclass at Tennis Club de Paris, 27th May
- Dinner at Tennis Club de Paris, 27th May
You will enjoy some leisurely match play at top Parisian club Tennis Club de Paris on Saturday afternoon, which will include a masterclass with our very own Paris Ambassador and tennis pro Antoine Benneteau.
The All Court Tennis Club will close out the day in style with our CEO & Founder Adrian Calvert asking for the pleasure of your company in a private dinner at the Tennis Club de Paris that evening.
On Sunday you will indulge in the very best tennis on the first day of Roland Garros. Guests will wine and dine at the luxurious Salon Légende for a lunch overlooking Philippe-Chatrier Court. Throughout the day, nibbles and unlimited drinks (champagne, beer, wine, soft drinks and spirits,) will also be served up to members alongside a special Roland Garros gift.
For those who may not wish to attend the Roland Garros but would like to come along to play tennis on Saturday, there is a ticket option designed to cater to you, just reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can assist you with this.
If you need somewhere to stay, the All Court Tennis Club’s in-house concierge team have you covered. The stylish Hoxton hotel have reserved a limited number of rooms for All Court Tennis Club guests across the weekend. Just click the ‘Contact Us’ button below and we can help you curate your perfect Parisian stay.
We now have a ticket only option for access to a VIP hospitality experience at Roland Garros on 28th May, including lunch and drinks at Salon Légende overlooking Philippe-Chatrier Court
Looking every bit the suave Parisian, our Paris Ambassador Antoine achieved an ATP ranking of 370 and No.36 in France and is also the former ATP coach to Julien Benneteau. During their time together they reached the Wimbledon doubles final and semi-final. A man of many talents – tv consultant for Prime Video during the French Open, producer for brands such as Lacoste, Evian, and Le Coq Sportif, Antoine also published his first book ‘Dictionnaire amoureux du tennis’ in 2020 and is currently writing his second!