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How to get to Court Philippe Chatrier in Paris by Bus, Metro, Train or RER?

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Directions to Court Philippe Chatrier (Paris) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near Court Philippe Chatrier

How to get to Court Philippe Chatrier by Train?

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Bus stations near Court Philippe Chatrier in Paris

Station Name Distance
Suzanne Lenglen 3 min walk
Rue Des Pins 4 min walk
La Tourelle 7 min walk
Place Denfert-Rochereau 9 min walk

Metro stations near Court Philippe Chatrier in Paris

Station Name Distance
Porte D'Auteuil 10 min walk
Michel-Ange-Molitor 15 min walk

Bus lines to Court Philippe Chatrier in Paris

Line Name Direction
241 Rueil-Malmaison RER
123 Porte D'Auteuil-Metro
52 Parc de Saint-Cloud
SUBB Hotel de Ville - Les Passages

Questions & Answers

  • Under the Covid-19 restrictions, is it possible to get to Court Philippe Chatrier in Paris with public transit?

    There are traveling restrictions on public transit in Paris due to Covid-19. It may affect schedules and lines relevant to your trip to Court Philippe Chatrier in Paris.

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  • What are the closest stations to Court Philippe Chatrier?

    The closest stations to Court Philippe Chatrier are:

    • Suzanne Lenglen is 104 meters away, 3 min walk.
    • Rue Des Pins is 210 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • La Tourelle is 446 meters away, 7 min walk.
    • Place Denfert-Rochereau is 587 meters away, 9 min walk.
    • Porte D'Auteuil is 714 meters away, 10 min walk.
    • Michel-Ange-Molitor is 1039 meters away, 15 min walk.
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  • Which Train lines stop near Court Philippe Chatrier?

    These Train lines stop near Court Philippe Chatrier: L, U.

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  • Which Metro lines stop near Court Philippe Chatrier?

    These Metro lines stop near Court Philippe Chatrier: 10, 9.

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  • Which Bus lines stop near Court Philippe Chatrier?

    These Bus lines stop near Court Philippe Chatrier: 241, 32, 460, 52, 72, PC.

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Court Philippe Chatrier, Paris
Court Philippe Chatrier, Paris Le court Philippe-Chatrier est le court central du stade Roland-Garros à Paris, en France. Construit en 1928, sa capacité en 2012 est de 14 911 places. En 2001, il fut renommé court Philippe-Chatrier en hommage à Philippe Chatrier, mort le 22 juin 2000, qui fut à la tête de la Fédération française de tennis (FFT) et de la Fédération internationale de tennis (FIT). Depuis 2008, les quatre tribunes portent les noms des Quatre Mousquetaires Jean Borotra, Jacques Brugnon, René Lacoste, et Henri Cochet. Il fait depuis 2018 l'objet d'une profonde restructuration pour le doter de nouvelles tribunes permettant désormais d'accueillir 15 225 spectateurs et d'être équipé d'un toit rétractable.
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