Court Philippe Chatrier
Court Philippe Chatrier is the major tennis court for the French Open at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France. In 2008, the Philippe-Chatrier Court was renamed the Brugnon, Borotra, Lacoste and Cochet endure after the celebrated Musketeers. The entire seating capacity of the Philippe-Chatrier Court has become 14,840.
In 2001, the center court was renamed the Philippe Chatrier Court in honor of the truly amazing activities manager, Philippe Chatrier, who ran the French Tennis Federation between 1973 and 1993. Philippe Chatrier helped restore tennis to the Summertime Olympics in 1988.
The Stade de Roland Garros (Roland Garros Stadium) is located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, France, and is home of the French Open Grand Slam tennis event, played every year in May and June. Roland Garros Arena was built in 1928 and it currently supports 15,166 spectators.
The ground named after Roland Garros, an earlier French aviator and a fighter airplane pilot during World War I, who, on September 23, 1913, had get to be the first person to fly an airplane within the Mediterranean Sea.