In 2023, BNP Paribas is celebrating its 50 years of commitment to tennis. This half-century of loyalty and passion has been marked by the conviction that tennis is greater when it is collective and focused on youth. And because half a century of our love for this sport calls for a communal celebration, we invite you to join in and shape this passionate commitment together in the coming years.

The Solidarity Match: BNP Paribas x Roland Garros

Sunday 28 May on the Philippe Chatrier court 

For the fourth centre-court match of the first day of the 2023 French Open, we are inviting you to an exceptional event: The Solidarity Match. 
This match will be much more than a first-round Grand Slam encounter. Nearly 10,000 young people will be in the stands to show that tennis is even greater when it rallies for a cause that extends beyond the world of sport. 


How does the solidarity drive work?

Every action counts!

A solidarity ticketing system will be set up and every point scored by the players during the match will be converted into a donation.
All the proceeds will be donated to the education and integration of young people through sport.

Who benefits?

The funds raised during the match will be donated to the Attrap’ La Balle organisation. Created in 2009 by the parents of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Attrap’ La Balle works to develop tennis as a tool for educating and favouring the integration of young people.