THE FRENCH OPEN is back and Rafael Nadal is looking for an incredible 12th Grand Slam title at Roland Garros.
Roger Federer and world number one Novak Djokovic will also be vying for the championship – but Andy Murray remains out injured in his bid to return for one final hurrah at Wimbledon.
When is the French Open 2019?
The action at Roland Garros will start on Sunday, May 26.
It will finish with the men’s final on Sunday, June 9.
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What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it for FREE?
The two-week long tournament will be shown live on ITV and Eurosport.
Eurosport is included from the Full House package with Virgin Media or in the Entertainment for Sky customers.
Otherwise, you can watch it online from £4.99 a month.
Meanwhile, ITV is a free-to-air channel, providing you own a valid TV licence – available for £154.50 a year.
You can also watch for FREE online via your computer, tablet and mobile on the ITV Hub.
What are the matches involving Brits?
Round 1: Cameron Norrie vs Elliot Benchetrit
Round 1: Jeremy Chardy vs Kyle Edmund
Round 1: Fernando Verdasco vs Dan Evans
Round 1: Johanna Konta vs Antonia Lottner
Round 1: Rajeev Ram/Joe Salisburg vs Damir Dzumhur/Filip Krajinovic
Round 1: Leander Paes/Benoit Paire vs Dominic Inglot/Martin Klizan
Round 1: Steve Johnson/Denis Kudla vs Dan Evans/Cameron Norrie
Round 1: Luke Bambridge/Jonny O’Mara vs Ken Skupski/Neal Skupski
Round 1: Matteo Berrettini/Lorenzo Sonego vs Jamie Murray/Bruno Soares
Round 1: Elise Mertens/Aryna Sabalenka vs Tatjana Maria/Heather Watson