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Roland-Garros, temple of tennis on clay and telecommuting in the open air

Tournament fans will be able to telecommute from the stadium, and break up their days by watching matches there.

Better than taking a break, applaud it!” A tempting prospect for tennis fans who, during qualifying for the Paris tournament, from May 16 to 20, will be able to telecommute from the Roland-Garros stadium and break up their working days by watching matches there.

Accor Live Limitless, the hotel group’s service platform, and its subsidiary Wojo, a specialist in offices and flexible work sites, will set up an ephemeral coworking space on the Porte d’Auteuil site, with ergonomic furniture, Wi-Fi connection – Secure Fi and phone box. Two large meeting rooms, one of which will offer a breathtaking view of courts 7 and 9, will also be available (by reservation), as well as an 84 m terrace for those who prefer to work outdoors.

Registrations, which will take place on a daily basis, have been open since April 19 on the wojo.com website. The first 200 candidates were able to benefit from a preferential rate of 35 euros per day, against 45 euros for the others since. In addition to access to the qualifying matches for the second Grand Slam of the year, teleworkers will be able to follow on the Suzanne-Lenglen court (the second center) the training of the players in the main draw (Djokovic, Nadal, Tsitsipas, etc.) who will enter in contention on Sunday, May 22. The pass also includes breakfast, snacks throughout the day and a guided tour of the stadium.

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