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Rolex Paris Masters 2023: Preview, draw, schedule, how to watch & UK TV times


Get ready for the final ATP Masters 1000 event of the season – final out everything you need to know about the Rolex Paris Masters 2023.

When is the Rolex Paris Masters 2023?

Qualifying for the Rolex Paris Masters will take place from Saturday 28 to Sunday 29 October.

The main draw gets underway on Monday 30 October, with the finals on Sunday 5 November.

Matches are set to start from 10:00 UK time from the start of the week.

Where is the Rolex Paris Masters 2023?

The AccorHotel Arena will once again place host to the Rolex Paris Masters. The indoor arena has a capacity of over 15,000 people and is one of the biggest sporting venues in the French capital.

Who are the reigning Rolex Paris Masters champions?


  • Singles: Holger Rune (DEN)
  • Doubles: Neal Skupski (GBR) & Wesley Koolhof (NED)

When is the Rolex Paris Masters 2023 draw?

The draws for Rolex Paris Masters will be available soon at the link below:


Rolex Paris Masters 2023 live scores

Catch all the live scores from this year's Rolex Paris Masters:

Live scores

What is the prize money for the Rolex Paris Masters 2023?

The total prize money for the Rolex Paris Masters 2023 is €5,779,335.

The singles champion with take home €836,355 with the runner-up winning €456,720.

Doubles champions will win €282,960 between the team, while the runners-up will split €147,840.

Which British players will be competing at the Rolex Paris Masters 2023?


After Cam Norrie and Dan Evans were forced to withdraw from the tournament due to injury, Andy Murray now stands alone as the only British man in the singles draw.

2016 champion Murray will return to the Paris Masters in search of his first win at the AccorHotel Arena since he defeated John Isner to lift the title. The former world No.1 will be hoping to pick up steam ahead of the Davis Cup Finals in Malaga at the end of November, having recently been selected for Captain Leon Smith’s side.



Reigning champions Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof will aim to become the first back-to-back title-winners in Paris since Mike and Bob Bryan from 2013-2014. The second seeds have been in strong form of late, having made the final of the Beijing Open and the quarter-finals of the Masters event in Shanghai.

US Open champions Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram are the fourth seeds, while Jamie Murray and Michael Venus head to the French capital having made three finals in their last six events – including a title in Zhuahi and finishing runners-up at the Western & Southern Open and in Tokyo.

Who are the top seeds at the Rolex Paris Masters 2023?

A world-class international line-up will join the Brits as this year’s tournament – here are the top five seeds set to compete in Paris.

Top seeds:

  1. Novak Djokovic (SRB)
  2. Carlos Alcaraz (ESP)
  3. Daniil Medvedev
  4. Jannik Sinner (ITA)
  5. Andrey Rublev

How to watch the Rolex Paris Masters 2023

All coverage of the Rolex Paris Masters will be available to watch exclusively on Prime Video.

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