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Who will triumph on the Riviera?

Get the lowdown on Monte Carlo!

If you like your tennis to have a bit of ooh la la, then the Monte Carlo Masters is for you

Tournaments don’t come any more chic! So which of the tennis world’s most glamorous stars are in contention?

ATP Monte Carlo Rolex Masters, from Monday 16 April, 9.30am, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

A seductive cocktail of sun, sea, celebrity and sport, the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters is a gleaming jewel in the crown of the ATP World Tour.


Part of the build-up to the French Open, this year’s tournament in the jaw-droppingly gorgeous setting of Monaco will see six of the world’s top ten men – including world no1 Rafael Nadal, this year’s Australian Open finalist Marin Cilic and fast-rising young German star Alexander Zverev – among those battling it out for glory, with 1,000 ranking points and over £700,000 in prize money going to the winner. These tennis players have it tough, don’t they?

So before the action gets under way, let’s check the form of some of the biggest names in tennis to find out who’s likely to light up the tournament. Just click/hover on the players below to find out more...


How will the stars fare in Monte Carlo?

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