French Open tickets are available for this Grand Slam season. What could be better
than watching the world's top tennis aces sliding around on the clay courts in a two week tournament? And besides, it's Paris
in the summertime, so after the final match you can discuss the tournament while sipping coffee at an outdoor café.
Getting tennis tickets to the French Open would be a dream for any tennis fan.
The French Open, which is officially called the Roland Garros Tournament, is held in Paris, France every summer. The clay
courts of the Roland Garros provide the most interesting feature of the tournament. The clay court slows the ball down, and
can do a number on players' footwork. Traditionally there have been clay court specialists who emerge from the French Open,
who win when higher ranked players falter. Sampras and Federer could never master the clay. Will 2005, 2006 champion Rafael
Nadal win, or will a newcomer seize the French Open.