The French Open will be live on BBC television, interactive and Radio Five Live.
Rafael Nadal will be defending his title at Roland Garros
For the first time BBC Interactive will allow digital TV viewers to watch action from matches for the entire duration of the event.
Coverage begins on 28 May and runs right through until the 11 June from 1100-1900 (approx) every day.
Digital TV viewers should press the red button on their remote at any time during live action from Roland Garros in order to access the service.
Coverage of the women's final is on BBC Two on Saturday 10 June between 1345-1545 and the men's final is on BBC Two on Sunday 11 June at 1700.
BBC Radio Five Live will have regular updates throughout the early part of the tournament on Five Live, then full commentary of all the matches on Five Live Sports Extra from Wednesday 7th June - including the women's final on the Saturday and men's final on the Sunday.
Pat Cash and Andy Murray's ex-coach Mark Petchey will provide expert analysis as the action unfolds.
If you want to E-Mail any comments to the BBC team at Roland Garros, please use the form on the right.