A maximum of 1,000 fans will be allowed on court at Roland Garros this year with capacity capped at 35%, French sports minster Jean-Michel Blanquer said Sunday.

The number, however, should rise to a ceiling of 5,000 spectators on the three main courts and a 65% limit from June 9 which will cover the final five days of the tournament.

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This year’s Roland Garros has already been pushed back by one week and will run from May 30 to June 13 with organisers hoping the COVID-19 situation in France will have improved enough to maximise the number of fans.

As part of the progressive relaxation of restrictions, the “limit will be 35% of the capacity of the courts with a maximum of 1,000 people per court,” said Blanquer.

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Last year’s Roland Garros was delayed by four months due to the pandemic.

A maximum of 1,000 spectators were allowed on site each day.