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Rolex Monte-Carlo Tennis Masters

April 11-19, 2020

An unmissable event for all tennis fans, it is held for 10 days every year in April in the Principality of Monaco in Monte-Carlo Monaco.

SOME HISTORY…

The Rolex Monte-Carlo Tennis Masters is one of the oldest and most prestigious tournaments in the world.

This tournament has been in existence since 1897 under the name Monte Carlo Tennis Championship. It was renamed the Monte-Carlo Country Club and it was not until 2006 that the Country Club teamed up with the famous watch brand and became known as it is today as the Rolex Monte-Carlo Tennis Masters. It’s a 100% male tournament playing both singles and doubles. Women played there until 1982.

THE ROLEX MONTE-CARLO TENNIS MASTERS

The 56 best clay court tennis players in Monaco!

The Rolex Monte-Carlo Tennis Masters brings together the top 56 players on clay in a knockout tournament with six rounds. The matches are the best of 3 sets with a tie-break in each set if necessary. The doubles tournament has 24 pairs, or 48 players, in a five round knockout tournament. Of these pairs, the top eight are seeded and have a first round bye.

WHERE TO BUY ROLEX MONTE-CARLO TENNIS MASTERS TICKETS

On the official website!

Tickets for the Rolex Monte-Carlo Tennis Masters Tournament can only be purchased from the official Country Club website. Tickets from any other sales sites will be refused at the entrance. 
Good deal for transport: Thanks to your entry ticket for the day to the Rolex Monte-Carlo Tennis Masters, you’ll enjoy free public transport throughout Monaco – an opportunity to visit the Principality of Monaco.

The Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters presented by

Björn Borg

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