SOIREE
du Tuesday 29 Octobre 2019 at 19h00 au Tuesday 29 Octobre 2019 at 20h30
ROLEX PARIS MASTERS From October 31th to November 8th, 2020
Log in

Mandatory fields *

Not yet registered ?

Subscribe

The Rolex Paris Masters is just over a month away on the tennis calendar and a blockbuster line-up sets the stage for a memorable week.

The world’s best players will gravitate to Paris hoping to finish their season in style or earn valuable points in the race to qualify for November’s ATP Finals.

The ‘big three’ leads the title charge

Only Kevin Anderson misses out due to injury as 19 of the Top 20 join a top-draw entry list to the prestigious Masters 1000 tournament.

The ‘big three’ will lead the title charge in France.

Four-time champion Novak Djokovic (2009, 2013-15) reached the final last year and will be eager to make a statement at the tail end of the campaign.

Roger Federer prevailed past home charge Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to lift his sole Paris Masters trophy back in 2011, whilst US Open champion Rafael Nadal will be determined to go one better than his 2007 final defeat by David Nalbandian. In fact, reigning Roland-Garros champion Nadal hasn’t won an indoor hard court title since 2005, when he overcame Ivan Ljubicic from two sets down in Madrid.

Khachanov back in town

Russian Karen Khachanov will arrive in Bercy hoping to defend his title. However, the 23-year-old is currently down in 19th place for a ticket to London’s season ending finale. Khachanov will be joined in Paris by compatriot and US Open finalist Daniil Medvedev, who is assured of making his debut at the ATP Finals.

Local fans will be able to cheer on a strong contingent from the French favourites. 2009-10 finalist Gael Monfils can contend with the very best. The world No.12 will fly the flag alongside countrymen Richard Gasquet, Benoit Paire, Lucas Pouille and Gilles Simon.

 

Prodigies in top form


The race to Milan will be reaching its culmination in Paris, with the NextGen ATP Finals taking place in Italy the very next week.

Prodigies in top form such as Felx Auger-Aliassime, Alex De Minaur and Christian Garin might require a deep run in Bercy to book their ticket into the Milan draw. If they have already earned a spot, the NextGen stars will certainly look to build some momentum in the French capital.

>>>The complete entry list

Groupe 1

Groupe 2