Roland-Garros 2022: when is the men’s singles final?
After a dramatic fortnight of action at Roland-Garros, one of the main matches everyone has been waiting for has arrived.
After Iga Swiatek’s triumph in the ladies’ singles, attention now turns to the men’s singles final.
Rafael Nadal and Casper Ruud have booked their places in the 2022 decider with Nadal chasing his 14th French Open title.
Ruud, meanwhile, has never made a Grand Slam final and will be desperate to make the most of his first appearance.
When is the Roland-Garros men’s singles final?
The 2022 men’s singles final at Roland-Garros will take place on Sunday, June 5.
As with the women’s final, a tentative start time of 3:00 p.m. (local time) has been set.
|Local time (CEST)||United Kingdom (BST)||United States (ET)||Australia (AEST)|
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When does Roland-Garros 2022 start?
The French Open will be held, as usual, at Roland-Garros in Paris, France.
It started on Sunday May 22 with the men’s and women’s individual competitions.
Qualifying in 2022 started on May 16 and ended four days later on May 20.
Who are the reigning Roland-Garros champions?
Barbora Krejcikova is the defending French Open women’s singles champion, becoming the second unseeded player in as many years to win the tournament.
In the men’s draw, Novak Djokovic is the defending champion, ending Rafael Nadal’s streak of five consecutive Roland-Garros in 2021.