5 au 10 mars 2024
05 Dec 2023

French Open 2024 : Take your tickets !

On the eve of Paris 2024, the Yonex French Open - one of the 10 biggest tournaments in the world - is switching into Games mode. From 05 to 10 March, the world's best badminton players will be taking to the adidas arena at Porte de la Chapelle (Paris 18th arrondissement), the future venue for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Ticketing opens today, so get your tickets now!

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The best of the best

With its Super 750 status, the best male and female players will be in Paris in March. Reigning Olympic champion Viktor AXELSEN reigns supreme in the men's singles. Winner of the 6 "biggest" tournaments on the HSBC World Tour in 2023, the Dane will be discovering his future playground in the summer of 2024 and will be looking to win again in Paris after his title in 2022. The top players will also be present in the other 4 tables. The French will not be outdone. Led by the mixed doubles DELRUE-GICQUEL - Top 10 in the world - they will be keen to shine in front of their home crowd.

Paris, a stronghold for badminton in 2024!

The adidas arena, which is due to open in mid-February, will host the French Open at the beginning of March, with its points for Race to Paris. In this brand-new arena, the badminton players will be looking for the final points at stake to qualify for Paris 2024.  The winners of the 5 tables will each go home with 11,000 points. The Olympic qualification race, which takes into account results obtained between 1 May 2023 and 28 April 2024, will award the 35 singles quotas (per gender) and the 16 pairs quota per doubles discipline (men's doubles, women's doubles and mixed doubles). The venue will then also switch into Games mode, hosting the Olympic badminton events (27 July to 05 August 2024) followed by the Paralympic para-badminton events (29 August to 02 September 2024).

You too can take part in this exceptional event. Get your tickets now!


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