Rolex Paris Masters 2022: Preview, live stream, schedule and draw
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It’s time for the ninth and final ATP Masters event of the season as the world’s best players go head-to-head at the Rolex Paris Masters aiming to finish their season on a high and potentially book a spot at the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin.
When is the Rolex Paris Masters 2022?
Qualifying for the Rolex Paris Masters will take place between Saturday 29 October and Sunday 30 October.
First round matches in the main draw will get underway from Monday 31 October through to the finals day on Sunday 6 November.
Where is the Rolex Paris Masters 2022 being held?
The Accor Arena will once again play host to the Rolex Paris Masters in 2022. Previously known as the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, the indoor arena is one of city’s biggest indoor sports and music venues.
Which British players will be competing in the Rolex Paris Masters 2022?
Cam Norrie’s fantastic 2022 season could take yet another turn if the Brit manages a finals run in Paris – giving him an outsider chance in the Nitto ATP Finals. Wimbledon semi-finalist, Norrie, is currently in 12th after winning titles in Delray Beach and Lyon, as well as finishing runner-up in Acapulco and Los Cabos.
World No.26 Dan Evans comes in off the back of a semi-finals performance in San Diego and quarter-final exit in Antwerp. The British No.2 is enjoying a resurgent second half of the season having won the Rothesay Open Nottingham trophy before going on to reach his second ATP Masters semis in Montreal.
A former champion in 2016, Andy Murray will be hoping to build on his recent quarter-final run in Gijon after a strong outing for Great Britain at the Davis Cup Finals in Glasgow.
Returning to action in Antwerp recently, Jack Draper blasted past Jenson Brooksby 6-1, 6-2, before going out in a nail-biting three-setter to world No.11 Hubert Hurkacz. The 20-year-old also recently became the first British player to ever qualify for the ATP Next Gen Finals later this year.
The world’s top doubles pair, Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram return to play together for the first time since they lifted the US Open title in September in Vienna this week before heading to Paris. The duo are on a 10-match winning streak, stretching back to the Masters event in Cincinnati.
Runners-up in Flushing Meadows, Neal Skupski and Dutch partner Wesley Koolhof will go in search of their seventh title and third Masters trophy of 2022.
Currently enjoying a breakthrough season, which has seen him rise to a career-high world No.19, Lloyd Glasspool will once again partner Finland’s Harri Heliovaara as they go in search of an ATP Finals spot themselves. Jamie Murray partners Australia’s Matthew Ebden for the first time since their maiden title in Winston-Salem, while Evans will join forces with Murray’s former teammate John Peers.
Who are the Rolex Paris Masters reigning champions
Men’s singles – Novak Djokovic (SRB)
Men’s doubles – Tim Puetz (GER) & Michael Venus (NZL)
What is the prize money for winning the Rolex Paris Masters 2022?
Singles – €836,355
Doubles – €282,960
When is the draw for the Rolex Paris Masters 2022 taking place?
Details on the draw will be announced shortly.
How to watch and live stream the Rolex Paris Masters 2022 in the UK
UK coverage of the Paris Masters 2022 will be broadcast live exclusively on Amazon Prime Sport.