During the two sporting weeks of the French Tennis Open, event partner Europe 1, replays the competition live from the legendary Porte d’Auteuil. Listeners have an appointment every day with Axel May, Jean-Francois Pearce And Cedric Hunter for points every hour in the competition, as well as during the midday and evening editions.
- Europe morning – Dmitriy Pavlenko – 6:30-9:
On Monday, May 23, listeners will find Dmitry Pavlenko for a special morning from the competition. At 6:10 a.m., Axel May will speak with young Spanish prodigy Carlos Alcaraz.
Every morning journalist Virgin flamingo will hand him overSports Editorial“7:20 am at 8:30 am will show Europe 1”Roland Garros newspaperAxel May and Cédric Chasseur at 7:30 am on the weekends. The opportunity to review the sports news, performances or disappointments of the previous day before looking forward to today’s matches.
- media culture – Philip Vandel – 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.:
Philip Vandel will be taking listeners live from Roland-Garros on Friday, June 3.
- Done well Melanie Gomez and Julia Viñale – 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.:
Monday, May 30, Melanie Gomez and Giulia Vignali will discuss the benefits of sports live from competition, with Florian BatalaguitiPhysiotherapist – Orthotics for athletes and Dr. Thomas MamoSports Physician.
- south of Europe – Roman Desarpress – 12 noon – 1 pm:
Listeners will find Romain Desarbres live from Roland-Garros, from Monday 23 to Friday 27 May.
- France is moving – Elizabeth Assayag – 1 pm – 2 pm:
On May 30 and 31 and June 2, Elizabeth Assayag will take listeners behind the scenes of the tournament, for three live broadcasts dedicated to the economic environment of tennis.
Laurie Baume, President of Moët Hennessy France, will be a guest on France is moving Monday 30 May. Elizabeth will receive Asayaj on Tuesday 31 May Eric BabolatAnd CEO of Babolat and the company’s fifth generation as well Alexandre de NavelsCEO of the Kedge School of Business, Thursday, June 2nd.
- Evening Europe – Peter from Vilno – 6 pm – 8 pm:
From May 27 to 29 and from June 3 to 5, Pierre de Vilneau took chargeEvening Europe Six live broadcasts of the French Open Tennis Championships.
- Bioline Service – Cedric Paulin – 7:40 PM – 8 PM:
Every evening, listeners have an appointment with Cedric Beulin1 and former 5th in the world, resort advisor, former French No. 1 and former semi-finalist at Roland-Garros in 1998 and two-time finalist at Grand Slam, for a recap of the day’s highlights but also the anecdotes and behind-the-scenes competition.
- Europe 1 sport – Lionel Russo – 8 pm – 11 pm:
Lionel Russo is shown live from Roland-Garros Friday through Sunday from 8pm to 11pm. Live matches and discussions about tennis, football and other sports will be in the programEurope 1 sport During these two weeks.
This system also continues on weekends:
- This happened near you – Bernice Burgel – from 4 pm to 6 pm:
Saturday, May 28, Berenice Burgel will give tennis the center stage throughout her show. The highlight will be the association Le Chaînon rares, which retrieves unsold foods from Roland-Garros and redistributes them to associations or lodging centers for people in precarious situations. professional player Elise Cornet He will be his guest on the occasion of the release of his book Waltz of the days In Flammarion.
- a musician – Stephanie Loire – 4 pm to 5 pm:
Sunday, May 29, Stephanie Loire will welcome the singer at Roland-Garros Nolwin Leroy.
- applauded! – Laurie Cholewa – 2 pm – 3 pm:
Saturday 4th June, Laurie Chuliwa will be with adventurer, writer and director Nicholas Vanierthe actor Eric Elmosnino Actress, Novelist and Director selfie take.
- There is only one life in life – Isabel Morisette – from 1 pm to 2 pm:
During a one-hour interview, Isabel Morisette will receive a tennis personality on Sunday, June 5th.
- the sound is free – Nicholas Caro – 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm :
Writer Bernard Weber He will be a guest on Nicolas Carreau, on Sunday 5 June live from Studio Europe 1 in Porte d’Auteuil.
Club Europe 1 will offer listeners a chance to win two places in the women’s singles final of the tournament.
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