How to follow the 2024 French Open on the BBC

Novak Djokovic celebrates with the French Open trophy
Novak Djokovic won his 23rd Grand Slam singles title at the 2023 French Open [Getty Images]

The 2024 edition of the French Open begins on Sunday, 26 May in Paris.

World number one Novak Djokovic will be aiming to defend his singles title as he eyes a record 25th singles Grand Slam trophy.

In the women's draw, Iga Swiatek will bid to become the first woman for 17 years to win three Roland Garros singles title in a row.

Here is all you need to know.

What is the French Open schedule?

The French Open takes place from 26 May until 9 June at Roland Garros.

The women's final is held on Saturday, 8 June, with the men's taking place the day after.

How to follow French Open on the BBC

There will be select live text commentaries on the BBC Sport website and app, as well as live scores, reports, analysis and features.

You can also listen to radio commentary from BBC tennis correspondent Russell Fuller and the team on 5 Live and Sports Extra. They can be heard on BBC Sounds and on the BBC Sport website and app.

Which Britons are playing at the French Open?

Jack Draper, Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie secured direct entry into the main draw by ranking. Draper and Norrie lost in the first round.

British number one Katie Boulter is yet to play her first-round match, but Harriet Dart lost on Tuesday.

British number three Jodie Burrage pulled out of the tournament on Wednesday after injuring her ankle.

Day-by day guide

Wednesday, 5 June

Men’s and women’s singles quarter-finals

Thursday, 6 June

Women’s singles semi-finals; mixed doubles final

Friday 7, June

Men's singles semi-finals

Saturday, 8 June

Women's singles final; men's doubles final, wheelchair finals

Sunday, 9 June

Men's singles final; women's doubles final