The second Grand Slam event of the season is underway with the leading players across both the men's and women's tours hoping to conquer the Parisian clay.
Rafael Nadal is the defending men's champion, but his hopes of claiming an unprecedented 15th clay-court title in the French capital this year are over after having to withdraw through injury.
That means Novak Djokovic will have his eyes set on clinching a third French Open success, which would see him claim a record 23rd Grand Slam singles title.
In the women's draw, all focus will be on world number one Iga Swiatek who, despite being only 21 years of age, is already pursuing a third French Open crown.
However, the Pole recently retired during her quarter-final clash with Elena Rybakina in Rome, which means Australian Open champion Aryna Sabalenka may be fancying her chances of following up.
|What||2023 French Open|
|When||Sunday 28th May - Sunday 11th June 2023|
|How to watch||bet365 Sports Live Streaming and Eurosport|
|Odds||Men's Outright: Carlos Alcaraz 6/4, Novak Djokovic 11/5, Holger Rune 15/2|
Women's Outright: Iga Swiatek 4/5, Aryna Sabalenka 4/1, Elena Rybakina 5/1
Sunday 28th May - men's and women's first round (from 10:00 BST)
Monday 29th May - men's and women's first round (from 11:00, night session from 19:30)
Tuesday 30th May - men's and women's first round (from 11:00, night session from 19:30)
Wednesday 31st May - men's and women's second round (from 11:00, night session from 19:30)
Thursday 1st June - men's and women's second round (from 11:00, night session from 19:30)
Friday 2nd June - men's and women's third round (from 10:00, night session from 19:30)
Saturday 3rd June - men's and women's third round (from 11:00, night session from 19:30)
Sunday 4th & Monday 5th June - men and women's fourth round (from 11:00, night session from 19:30)
Tuesday 6th & Wednesday 7th June - men's and women's quarter-finals (from 11:00, night session from 19:30)
Thursday 8th June - women's semi-finals (from 14:00) Friday 9th June - men's semi-finals (from 13:45)
Saturday 10th June - women's final (from 14:00) Sunday 11th June - men's final (from 14:00)
128 players will take their place in the main draw of the men's singles, which will feature 32 seeded players, 16 qualifiers and eight wildcards.
The draw is split into two halves and the finalists will have to win six matches to make their way to the title decider, which takes place on Sunday 11th June. Qualifying for the event will take place on Monday 22nd May.
All matches are played over best-of-five sets, with each player needing to win three sets to progress to the next round of the competition.
There are also 128 players in the first-round proper of the women's singles draw, with the opening day getting underway on Sunday 28th May.
The ladies must also win six matches to make their way to the final in Paris, with the winner receiving €2.3m – the same amount as the men's champion.
The women's matches are the best-of-three sets, with the player who wins two sets progressing into the next phase of the competition.