ROLEX PARIS MASTERS From 29 October to 6 November, 2022
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In response to the latest government measures and the implementation of a curfew in the Paris region on 17 October, the French Tennis Federation (FFT) is taking a responsible approach by amending and extending its provisions for the admission of spectators at the Rolex Paris Masters, to be held at the Accor Arena on 31 October-8 November. In adhering to the health restrictions applicable to Paris and the provisions of the decree issued by Paris’ chief of police, a total of 1,000 spectators will be allowed into the arena every day.


The Rolex Paris Masters will admit 1,000 spectators for its day sessions, which will take place on Monday 2-Friday 6 November, and for the semi-finals (Saturday 7 November) and final (Sunday 8 November). Qualifying matches (Saturday 31 October and Sunday 1 November) and the five evening sessions (through to and including the quarter-finals) will be played behind closed doors.

The plan, which is in keeping with the rules observed at Roland-Garros, will allow tennis fans to attend one of the season’s last major events and give the players the privilege of playing in front of a crowd, albeit a smaller one than usual.




Tickets will go on sale in two separate periods (see prices below). FFT members can purchase their tickets from 10:00 on 22 October, with any remaining tickets then going on sale at the official Accor Arena website ( from 15:00 on Friday 23 October.

Tickets will be available for the centre court only, with all matches on courts 1 and 2 to be played behind closed doors.




The day sessions held on Monday 2-Thursday 5 November will begin at 11:00 and will each feature four matches. The day session on Friday 6 November, featuring two quarter-finals, will begin at 14:00.  


The programme for the final weekend of the tournament remains unchanged. The first semi-final on Saturday 7 November will begin at 14:00, while the second will not start before 16:30. The start time for the singles final on Sunday 8 November is 15:00.


Seating will be the subject of a specific protocol determined by the layout of the Accor Arena. Each group of ticket buyers – made up of no more than six people – will be separated by a seat. With a view to safeguarding everyone’s health and security, all spectators over the age of 11 must wear a mask or face covering at all times. The FFT will take every step to ensure that protective measures and social distancing rules are respected and will change the way spectator flows are managed.




A larger main draw of 56 players

The main draw for this year’s tournament will feature 56 players instead of the usual 48. As a result, 8 additional matches will be played in the first round. 


The draw, which will be made entirely online, will take place on the morning of Saturday 31 October, at a time to be announced. 


Prize Money


Reduced prize money and a show of solidarity 

The health crisis has seen the ATP significantly reduce the prize money it offers for tournaments on the Tour. With only limited numbers of fans allowed into tournaments, prize money has been cut by 30 per cent. However, in a show of solidarity with the players most affected by the pandemic, the gap between the prize money received by the winner and the first-round losers in the singles tournament has been reduced significantly. While the champion will collect €301,975, players losing in the first round will each pocket €22,275.


Similar efforts have been made in the qualifying tournament, with first-round losers each collecting €6,160, an increase of 65 per cent on last year. 


Follow Us


Coverage on Eurosport, C8, the official tournament app and social media 

The final Masters 1000 event of the season will receive extensive TV coverage. Eurosport will show the entire tournament, while C8 will broadcast both semi-finals and the final free-to-air. Tennis fans can keep right up to date with the tournament by downloading the official Rolex Paris Masters app, where they will find the order of play, live scores, articles, videos and a fun game called The Spoiler.


Fans can also follow the Rolex Paris Masters on social media with the #RolexParisMasters hashtag (on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok). 


Loyal partners and two new ones for 2020

Although these unprecedented circumstances have impacted on every sector, the FFT is proud to have the backing of a loyal family of partners and is delighted to announce the renewal of its agreements with Veolia, FedEx, RTL2 and Le Parisien. It also gives the FFT great pleasure to announce the arrival of two new 2020 Rolex Paris Masters partners in Hyundai and Sergio Tacchini. Hyundai will provide a fleet of 30 vehicles in delivering an optimal transport solution, while the line judges, ball boys and ball girls will wear Sergio Tacchini uniforms.


Ticket prices (including all taxes/fees): 


Day rate

Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 November  €23 

Wednesday 4 November                     €28

Thursday 5 and Friday 6 November.   €45

Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 November  €75


Download the official Rolex Paris Masters' mobile app ! 




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