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Rolex Monte Carlo Masters 2024: Preview, draws, how to watch, player list & UK TV times


Tennis has returned to the clay for the first of three ATP Masters 1000 events of the clay court season.

Kicking things off on the dirt is the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters, which is due to get underway in just a matter of days.

With a week of sun, sea and world-class tennis right around the corner, find out everything you need to know about the dates, draws, player list and how to watch the 2024 Monte Carlo Masters.

When is the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters 2024?

The 2024 Rolex Monte Carlo Masters is set to guarantee eight days of entertainment on the red clay. The tournament will get underway with the qualifying stages on Saturday 6 April with the main draw action beginning on Monday 8 April.

The tournament will come to an end on Sunday 14 April where both the singles and doubles finals will take place.

Matches will start from 10:00 UK time.

Where is the 2024 Rolex Monte Carlo Masters being held?


Staged at one of the most iconic venues on the ATP Tour, the Monte Carlo Country Club will host the event once again. Opened in 1928, the club is located in the Roqbrune-Cap-Martin in the Alpes-Maritimes and has one of the most picturesque views on the circuit.

It’s centre court has the capabilities to hold up to 10,000 people and with views overlooking the ocean, the tournament is highly regarded as one of the most loved by fans and players.

Who are the reigning Rolex Monte Carlo Masters champions?

Singles – Andrey Rublev

Doubles – Ivan Dodig (CRO) & Austin Krajicek (USA)

When is the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters draw?

More information regarding the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters draw will be available below:


Which British tennis players will be competing at the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters 2024?

Seven Brits are set for action at this year’s Rolex Monte Carlo Masters across the singles and doubles draws.

Spearheading the British line-up in the singles is British No.1 Cam Norrie who has already shown his form on the clay this year during February's South American swing. The 28-year-old has two clay titles to his name having previously won the Lyon Open (2022) and Rio Open (2023), and will be one to watch in Monaco.

Joining him will be Jack Draper, who has made a stellar start to his 2024 season. Draper reached the final of the Adelaide International in January before going on to make his first ATP 500 semi-final in Acapulco last month.

Last time out in Monte Carlo, the 22-year-old defeated Sebastian Baez in straight sets before losing out to Hubert Hurkacz in three sets in a tough second round battle. Having reached a career-high ranking of world No.37 in March, Draper will be eager to build on his momentum and leave his mark on the clay.

Meanwhile, Dan Evans completes the British singles contingent and enters off the back of competing at the ATP 250 event in Marrakech.


The doubles draw will see four Brits contest the title in what is shaping up to be a world class entry list. 2022 champion Joe Salisbury will lead the British charge alongside American partner Rajeev Ram in a bid to lift their first Masters 1000 title of the year. The fourth seeds will be joined by fellow top 10 stars Neal Skupski and Jamie Murray who will be teaming up with Santiago Gonzalez and Michael Venus respectively.

Lloyd Glasspool will be hoping he can clinch a second title of the season with the British No.4 joining forces once again with Dutchman Jean-Julien Rojer.

Past British success at the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters

The Rolex Monte Carlo Masters is yet to crown a British singles champion in the Open Era, with Mike Davies being the only Brit to reach the final in 1960. However, a number of Brits have claimed success in the doubles draw, particularly in recent years.


Salisbury and Ram’s triumph two years ago marked the first British player to lift the trophy since Tim Henman was crowned a two-time Monte Carlo Masters doubles champion in 2004. Henman The former world No.4 paired France’s Olivier Delaitre to take home his first title in 1999 before going on to lift his second alongside Nenad Zimonjic five years later.

2021 saw Skupski and Evans join forces to reach the final where they eventually lost out in the deciding tie-break to Croatian duo Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic 6-3, 4-6, 10-7, while Murray and Bruno Soares were pipped to the silverware in 2016 by Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut.

How to watch the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters 2024

All coverage of the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters will be available to watch exclusively on Sky Sports Tennis and Now TV.

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