The 2023 French Open will get underway on May 28, 2023, in Paris. The world’s best players will compete on the red clay for the championship title over the next two weeks. The most successful participant in the tournament's history, Rafael Nadal, who recorded 14 wins, has recently confirmed his withdrawal. The Spaniard missed the competition for the first time since making his debut here in 2005 due to his ongoing injury issues.
Nadal isn't there, but there are still a lot of intriguing plots going on. Novak Djokovic is vying for a record-breaking 23rd major championship, but his rivals are becoming stronger.
The three primary next-generation players that could potentially challenge Djokovic are Carlos Alcaraz, Holger Rune, and Jannik Sinner. Daniil Medvedev is now considered a favorite for the championship as well after a surprisingly strong clay season that ended in victory at the Italian Open.
|Sunday, May 28||First Round||Tennis Channel, Peacock|
|Monday, May 29||First Round||Tennis Channel, NBC, Peacock|
|Tuesday, May 30||First Round||Tennis Channel|
|Wednesday, May 31||Second Round||Tennis Channel|
|Thursday, June 1||Second Round||Tennis Channel|
|Friday, June 2||Third Round||Tennis Channel|
|Saturday, June 3||Third Round||Tennis Channel, NBC, Peacock|
|Sunday, June 4||Fourth Round||Tennis Channel, NBC, Peacock|
|Monday, June 5||Fourth Round||Tennis Channel|
|Tuesday, June 6||Quarterfinals||Tennis Channel|
|Wednesday, June 7||Quarterfinals||Tennis Channel|
|Thursday, June 8||Women’s Semifinals||Tennis Channel, NBC, Peacock|
|Friday, June 9||Men’s Semifinals||Tennis Channel, NBC, Peacock|
|Saturday, June 10||Women’s Final||NBC, Peacock|
|Sunday, June 11||Men’s Final||NBC, Peacock|