OPPO's premium partnership with Roland-Garros for 2 more years

OPPO's premium partnership with Roland-Garros for 2 more years

OPPO, a Premium Partner of Roland-Garros since 2019, are delighted to announce the renewal of their partnership agreement with Roland-Garros for the next two editions of the tournament (2022 and 2023).

“Inspiration Ahead” means showing confidence and composure as we move forward. It encourages us to break the stagnation while remaining determined and graceful.

“Participating in sporting events is a fantastic way for OPPO to convey the mutually inspirational spirit and communicate OPPO’s technology innovation experience with our global users,” says William Liu, OPPO’s President of Global Marketing.


OPPO, as Roland-Garros’premium partner for the 4th consecutive year, hopes to enable users to bring tennis inspiration forward with its unique imaging technology that lets users witness, capture and participate in spirit, on the court.

OPPO also hopes to inspire tennis fans to always be confident and become better people, even while facing obstacles and adversities.

Within the framework of the 2022 tournament (from 16th May to 5th June), OPPO, who benefits from extensive visibility on the stadium’s show courts, will roll out the “RG x OPPO Photo Gallery”.

It is a digital exhibition of photos taken exclusively with OPPO‘s newest flagship device: Find X5 Pro, thus unlocking its immense potential of unique imaging capabilities.

These photos will also be displayed during the Roland-Garros tournament, in order to allow the spectators in the stadium to admire them. 

This year, once again, OPPO will collaborate with the “Shot of the Day”, a video of every day’s best shot or rally, which will be posted on the tournament’s various digital platforms.  

About Roland Garros

In the eyes of sports fans, and indeed the general public, Roland Garros is an unmissable event. The 2021 tournament was broadcast in 222 countries worldwide, confirming the tournament’s status as a first-class international sporting event.

Organised by the French Tennis Federation, Roland Garros is the only Grand Slam tournament to be played on clay, one of the oldest and most noble surfaces in the history of tennis.