French Open Wild Cards

The organizers of the 2023 French Open grand slam tennis tournament have recently unveiled details regarding the wild cards for the 2023 tournament at Roland Garros.

These wild cards offer talented players the opportunity to compete in one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world.

French Open Wild Cards

2023 French Open Wild Cards Entries

Below is a list of wild cards that have been awarded so far for the qualifying and main draws of the men’s singles and women’s singles, men’s/women’s doubles, and mixed doubles events at Roland Garros in 2023.

The majority of players selected are from France, with the only exceptions being the players selected by Tennis Australia and USTA under an agreement they have with the FFT.

Tennis Australia has awarded their wild cards to Thanasi Kokkinakis and Kim Birrell, while Patrick Kypson and Emma Navarro won the USTA’s Roland-Garros Wild Card Challenge.

Men’s Singles (Main Draw)

#ATP PlayerAgeCountryATP Ranking*
1Arthur Cazaux20France197
2Arthur Fils18France119
3Hugo Gaston22France110
4Hugo Grenier27France124
5Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard19France233
6Benoit Paire34France160
7Thanasi Kokkinakis27Australia104
8Patrick Kypson23USA326

Men’s Singles (Qualifying)

#Tennis PlayerAgeATP Ranking*
1Dan Added24251
2Terence Atmane21249
3Gabriel Debru17533
4Titouan Droguet21275
5Mathys Erhard21361
6Arthur Gea18982
7Sascha Gueymard Wayenburg19396
8Harold Mayot21196

Women’s Singles (Main Draw)

#Tennis PlayerAgeNationalityWTA Ranking*
1Clara Burel22French108
2Selena Janicijevic20French189
3Leolia Jeanjean27French125
4Kristina Mladenovic30French153
5Diane Parry20French109
6Jessika Ponchet26French119
7Kim Birrell25Australian111
8Emma Navarro21American83

Women’s Singles (Qualifying)

#Tennis PlayerAgeWTA Ranking*
1Audrey Albie28241
2Lois Boisson19495
3Emeline Dartron23393
4Fiona Ferro26392
5Emma Lene23418
6Daphnee Mpetshi Perricard14N/A
7Nina Radovanovic19558
8Margaux Rouvroy22292
9Alice Tubello22342

Information for the men’s/women’s/mixed doubles events at Roland Garros will be announced closer to the start of the tournament.

Men’s Doubles

#Player’s Names
1Sascha Gueymard Wayenburg and Luca Van Assche
2Richard Gasquet and Lucas Pouille
3Arthur Fils and Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard
4Theo Arribage and Luca Sanchez
5Jonathan Eysseric and Harold Mayot
6Dan Added and Albano Olivetti
7Enzo Couacaud and Arthur Rinderknech

Women’s Doubles

#Player’s Names
1Alice Robbe and Alice Tubello
2Clara Burel and Chloé Paquet
3Estelle Cascino and Carole Monnet
4Alizé Cornet and Diane Parry
5Elixane Lechemia and Jessika Ponchet
6Elsa Jacquemot and Leolia Jeanjean
7Tessah Andrianjafitrimo and Fiona Ferro

Mixed Doubles

#Player’s Names
1Elixane Lechemia and Albano Olivetti
2Clara Burel and Hugo Gaston
3Diane Parry and Harold Mayot
4Alizé Cornet and Edouard Roger-Vasselin
5Leolia Jeanjean and Jonathan Eysseric
6Estelle Cascino and Dan Added
7Chloé Paquet and Lucas Pouille

*ATP and WTA Ranking as at 08/05/2023.

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