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Rolex Monte Carlo Masters 2023: Preview, draw, schedule, how to watch and UK TV times


Sun, sea and the world’s best ATP stars – get ready for one of the most eagerly anticipated events of the year, the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters.

When is Rolex Monte Carlo Masters 2023?

Qualifying for this year’s Monte Carlo Masters gest underway from Saturday 8 to Sunday 9 April.

The main draw will run for one week from Monday 10 to Sunday 16 April.

Matches will start from 10:00 UK time on Monday.

Where is the Monte Carlo Masters taking place?

Situated in the Roquebrune-Cap-Martin in the Alpes-Maritimes, the Monte Carlo Country Club plays home to the first clay court ATP Masters event of the season. Opened in 1928, the centre court holds a capacity of 10,000 people.

Overlooking the ocean and with its picturesque views, the Country Club is one of the most iconic venues on tour and is always a favourite of the players.

Who are the reigning Monte Carlo Masters champions?

Men’s singles – Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE)

Men’s doublesJoe Salisbury (GBR) & Rajeev Ram (USA)

When is the Monte Carlo Masters 2023 draw?

The full draw will be available from Sunday 9 April. Check the link below for all the latest updates.


Which British players will be competing at the Monte Carlo Masters 2023?



British No.1 Cam Norrie will aim to continue his impressive start to the 2023 season, which has already seen him win 21 matches and clinch a title on clay at the Rio Open. With both world No.2 Carlos Alcaraz and 11-time champion Rafael Nadal pulling out, Norrie will be one of the players to watch next week.

A former semi-finalist at Monte Carlo, Dan Evans enjoyed his career-best ATP Masters result to date at the Country Club back in 2021. The British No.2 knocked out four players inside the top 35 en route to the final four, including a first career win over world No.1 Novak Djokovic. Evans will be hoping to get his form back on track at one of the biggest events of the season.

Jack Draper has been awarded a wild card to this year’s event, where he is set to make his debut. Draper impressed at Indian Wells last month, reaching the fourth round before retiring with injury. Former world No.1 and three-time semi-finalist Andy Murray is also a late addition to this year's star-studded line-up.



Returning to defend their title this year will be three-time Grand Slam and Nitto ATP Finals champions, Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram. The pair lifted their second Masters title and first trophy on clay at the Monte Carlo Country Club in 2022 and will be hoping to repeat their success this time around.

World No.1 duo Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof will have their eyes on adding the Monte Carlo trophy to their impressive haul of three Masters crowns since joining forces in January 2022.

Sixth seeds Lloyd Glasspool and Harri Heliovaara will be set to mount a serious challenge this time around, having won their only ATP title last year on clay, in Hamburg. The pair have already tasted success in Adelaide earlier this season and will be looking to add a first Masters title to their names.

Elsewhere, Jamie Murray is set to play with New Zealand’s Michael Venus once again, while Evans could team up with Argentina’s Francisco Cerundolo.

How to watch Monte Carlo Masters 2023

Watch all the live coverage of the Monte Carlo Masters exclusively on Prime Sport Video.

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