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Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters

Monte Carlo
One of the the oldest tennis tournament in history was found in 1897, 124 years ago and the first champion was tennis legend Reginald DOHERTY. To this day, the event is held on the clay courts of the Monte-Carlo Country Club. The Monte-Carlo Country Club is the main tennis club in Monaco that was founded thanks to the American philanthropist George Butler, a great patron and lover of tennis. Each year, the winner of the championship receives the prize from one of the members of the princely family. In 1969 the tournament joined to the Open era events. Starting in 2009, Monte Carlo became the only ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament not to have a mandatory player commitment and the most of the top players still elect to play the event despite this status. Rafael NADAL won the tournament 8 times in a row from 2005 to 2012, and became the first man in the Open Era to win 11 titles at a single tournament with the last win in 2018. In 2020, the event was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Venue: Monte Carlo Country Club
Surface: Clay

Dates: Apr 11, 2021 - Apr 18, 2021

tournament categories

1969 - 1989
Grand Prix Circuit
1990 - 1995
Championship Series, Single Week ( now - ATP Tour Masters 1000 )
1996 - 1999
Mercedes-Benz Super 9 ( now - ATP Tour Masters 1000 )
2000 - 2004
Tennis Masters Series ( now - ATP Tour Masters 1000 )
2005 - 2008
ATP Masters Series ( now - ATP Tour Masters 1000 )
2009 - 2021
ATP Tour Masters 1000

tournament names in previous years

1969 - 1980
Monte-Carlo
1981 - 1999
Monte-Carlo Open
2000 - 2002
Tennis Masters Series - Monte-Carlo
2003 - 2004
Tennis Masters Monte-Carlo
2005
ATP Master Series Monte Carlo
2006 - 2008
Masters Series Monte-Carlo
2009 - 2021
Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters

Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters - Current Champions

Men's Singles
Men's Doubles

ATP Monte Carlo - Past Champions