List of the French Open 2022 sponsors

The French Open 2022 has begun, and here is the list of sponsors that made this tournament possible.

French Open 2022
French Open

The French Open 2022 has begun at Stade Roland Garros, with the players all set for a glorious battle in the red clay of Paris. It’s a grueling two weeks for the players where they compete for the glory on the dusty and bright red court of Roland-Garros. The world number 1, Novak Djokovic, enters the Phillipe-Chartier with a goal to defend his title and equalize Rafael Nadal in the number of Grand Slam victories. At the same time, Rafa will try to stamp his resurgent authority by winning the fourteenth title in Paris.

The women’s field looks to hold Iga Swiatek, who is on a rampage, winning titles and demolishing opponents. She has won five tournaments in a row and would love to make the French Open her 6th and her second Grand Slam. The magnitude of the tournament has increased from the 2021 edition, with the world getting a move on from the covid pandemic. There are many moving parts behind the successful organization of such a grand tournament. Many sponsors make it possible for the event to happen without any financial crunch or logistical problems. Here is the list of the sponsors of the French Open 2022.

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Sponsors for the French Open 2022

French Open 2022
French Open

Main Partner: BNP Paribas

Premium sponsors: Lacoste, Oppo, Renault, Rolex

Official Sponsors : Engie, Infosys, Perrier, Wilson Sporting Goods

To make this Grand Slam a smooth ride there are some Official Suppliers as well including: Accor, The Adecco Group, JCDecaux, Hespéride, Lavazza, Magnum, MasterCard, Moët Hennessy, OrangeTM, Potel et Chabot

This edition of the French Open will be an amazing event with youngsters like Carlos Alacar in the mix, and in the women’s field, a new dominant world number 1 trying to stamp her authority.

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