Yes, no there will finally be spectators at the Masters 1000 in Paris after the latest government measures and, in particular, due to the French curfew since October 17. Despite regulations to the contrary, the French Tennis Federation adapted and has taken new measures in relation to public reception.
From the October 31 to November 8 will have thousand fans per day, taking into account the health limitations applicable in Paris and as defined by the order of the Paris Police Prefect.
Meanwhile, the qualifying phase (Saturday, October 31 and Sunday, November 1) and the five night sessions (up to and including the quarterfinals) they will be played behind closed doors.
This device, in line with the organizational conditions of Roland Garros, will allow tennis enthusiasts to attend one of the last great tennis events of the season and for players to have the privilege of playing in front of the public, even with limited capacity.