The Prestigious Monte Carlo Rolex Masters Returns on April 6th

If you’re drawn to the thrill of elite tennis coupled with the elegance of Monaco, mark your calendars for a new “rendez-vous”. It’s the Rolex Masters of Monte Carlo, a unique experience that blends the excitement of sports with the charm of the Mediterranean lifestyle and the solidarity, intrinsic values of Monaco’s spirit.

Between April 6th and 14th, the Monte Carlo Country Club, nestled in the heart of the Principality, will welcome the world’s finest players who aspire to glory and the chance to etch their names alongside legends of the past who have triumphed on these courts.

Dating back to 1893 with the inauguration of the first Tennis Club of the Principality, this tournament has evolved to become one of the most prestigious and ancient on the ATP circuit. Its magnificent current venue, the Monte Carlo Country Club, was the brainchild of George Butler, a passionate American tennis enthusiast who transformed Monte-Carlo’s sports landscape with the construction of the Monte-Carlo Country Club in 1928.

The Rolex Masters of Monte-Carlo, the first major tournament of the European season, brings together 56 players on clay courts in a knockout championship comprising six rounds. Matches are played in two winning sets with tie-breaks in each of the sets. In the double’s tournament, 24 teams, or 48 players, participate in a knockout format over five rounds. Of these teams, eight of the top-ranked ones are seeded and exempt from the first round.

In the 2024 edition, the tournament continues its legacy of excellence by announcing innovations aimed at enhancing the spectator experience: the introduction of a “click & collect” fast-food service; changes in the seaside stands on the Rainier III court to create additional boxes; the creation of a new covered dining area; a new partnership with France Televisions to broadcast a daily match on the platform and the final on France 4, in addition to broadcasting all matches on Eurosport France.

Once again, the Principality combines a sporting event with solidarity actions by providing support to the “Groupement des Entreprises Monégasques dans la Lutte contre le Cancer” (GEMLUC), an association that funds cancer research and state-of-the-art equipment.

But beyond the clay courts and the thrilling matches, the tournament embodies the spirit of Monte-Carlo: a place where elegance and solidarity meet sports, and where the tennis elite gathers to compete under the Mediterranean sun.

We await you. The tournament’s official website offers a variety of hospitality packages and options to personalize your experience. Nearly 130,000 tickets have already been sold.