It's the all
"men's club" of famous tennis champs who gather each
year in April at the clay courts of the swank Monte Carlo Country
This year, tickets webt on sale in the autumn of 2016 and are available at Ticketmasters and other online ticket vendors. Meanwhile, stay tuned for the complete TV schedule
of the 2017 Masters traditionally covered on the Tennis Channel in
the U.S., TSN in Canada, Sky Sports in the UK and FOX Sports in Australia, with official live streaming of all matches on TennisTV.com.
One of the oldest and most traditional tennis championships, the Monte Carlo tournament was first held in 1897. It later became known as the Monte Carlo Open, before becoming part of the Masters Series in the early 1990's. Today, it is a top tournament with a Monte Carlo "glam" factor that few other venues can equal.
The storied tennis courts of Monte Carlo include a roster of winners including Bjorn Borg (in 1977, 1979, and 1980), Ilie Năstase (1971-73), and Argentina's Guillermo Vilas (1976, 1982). Most recently, Novak Djokovic battled Spanish champ and legendary 'King of Clay' Rafael Nadal in 2013 to win that year's tournament, putting a stop to Nadal's record-breaking eight consecutive wins at Monte Carlo from 2005-2012.
In 2014, it was dark horse Stanislas "Stan" Wawrinka who won the title against tennis legend, and fellow Swiss player, Roger Federer.
Who will take it this year?
on the Web, keep up-to-date with the action in Monte
Carlo with related sites bringing you the latest news &
updates, pictures and clips:
More about the Monte Carlo Masters around the Web:
Monte Carlo Rolex Masters - The official site featuring the latest updates, feature stories, a 3D virtual tour, player profiles and interviews, photos and audio clips including daily summary & live scores, TV schedule.
Yahoo! Sports - Tennis - Breaking headlines, photos, slideshows and news features from AP, Reuters and other top sources around
the Web reporting in on the Monte Carlo Masters.
Monte Carlo Masters - Wikipedia entry with a brief background history, and extensive lists of winners in the doubles and singles finals dating back to 1969, with related resources.