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Rolex Paris Masters 2021: Everything You Need To Know | ATP Tour

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World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and Russia’s Daniil Medvedev will headline the tournament at the Rolex Paris Masters 2021, in the final ATP Masters 1000 event of the season, as the FedEx ATP Race To Turin draws to a close.

Everything you need to know:

When is the Rolex Paris Masters?

The Rolex Paris Masters 2021 will take place from November 1 to 7. The ATP Masters 1000 indoor-hard tournament, established in 1986, will be held at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France. The tournament director is Guy Forget.

Who plays the Rolex Paris Masters?

The Rolex Paris Masters will feature Djokovic, reigning champion Medvedev, Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, while Turin contenders Casper Ruud, Hubert Hurkacz, Jannik Sinner, Cameron Norrie and Felix Auger-Aliassime are also in action.

When is the Rolex Paris Masters painting coming out?

The draw for the Rolex Paris Masters draw will take place on Saturday, October 30 at 12:00 pm

What is the Rolex Paris Masters agenda?

* Qualy: Saturday, October 30 – Sunday, October 31 at 10:00 am Saturday-Sunday 11:00 am
* Main Draw: Monday, November 1 – Sunday, November 7. Monday – Thursday at 11:00 and 7:30 pm Friday at 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm Saturday at 11:45 am
* Doubles Final: Sunday, November 7 at 12:15 pm
* Singles Final: Sunday, November 7 at 3:00 pm
*View On Official Website

What is the prize money of the Rolex Paris Masters?

The prize money for the Rolex Paris Masters is € 2,603,700 and the total of the total financial commitment is € 3,084,450.

Winner: € 336,000 / 1000 points
Finalist: € 187,000 / 600 points
Semifinalist: € 106,000 / 360 points
Quarterfinalist: € 60,000 / 180 points
R16: € 36,000 / 90 points
R32: € 22,000 / 45 points
R56: € 13,700 / 10 points

DOUBLES ($ per team)
Winner: € 70,000 / 1000 points
Finalista: €50,000 / 600 points
Semifinalist: € 34,000 / 360 points
Quarterfinalist: € 23,300 / 180 points
R16: €15,250/ 90 points
R32: €9,400/ 0 points

How can I watch the Rolex Paris Masters?

Watch Live On Tennis TV
TV Schedule

How can I follow the How can I follow the Rolex Paris Masters?

Hashtag: #RolexPMasters
Facebook: @rolexparismasters

Twitter: @RolexPMasters

Instagram: @rolexparismasters

Who won the last edition of the Rolex Paris Masters in 2020?

Daniil Medvedev triumphed in the Rolex Paris Masters singles final with a 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 victory against Alexander Zverev in the championship match. Felix Auger-Aliassime and Hubert Hurkacz lifted the doubles trophy in Paris with a 6-7 (3), 7-6 (7), 10-2 win over Mate Pavic and Bruno Soares in the final.

Who holds the records in Paris for most titles, greatest champion, youngest champion and more?

Most Titles, Singles: Novak Djokovic (5)
Most Titles, Doubles: Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan (4)
Oldest champion: Novak Djokovic, 32, in 2019
Youngest champion: Boris Becker, 18, in 1986
Highest Ranking Champion: No. 1 Stefan Edberg in 1990, Pete Sampras in 1997, Andre Agassi in 1999, Novak Djokovic in 2014-15, 2019.
Lowest Ranking Champion: No. 50 Tomas Berdych in 2005
Last Local Champion: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in 2008
Most games won: Novak Djokovic (37)

The Stories To Follow

Djokovic Regres: World No. 1 Djokovic will compete for the first time since losing to Medvedev in the US Open final, which ended the Serbian’s Grand Slam chase. Djokovic has lifted the trophy five times in Paris.

Contestants To Turin: With the FedExATP Carrera A Turin entering the home stretch, five contenders are aiming to capture the last two places. Ruud is currently seventh (3,105 points), while Hurkacz aims to reserve his place.

Italian Jannik Sinner hopes to make his debut at the Nitto ATP Finals, to be held at the Pala Alpitour in Turin from November 14 to 21, 2021. Cameron Norrie in 11th place (2,875) and Felix Auger-Aliassime in twelfth (2,420) . They need to go far in Paris to increase their chances.

Former champions in action– Reigning champion Medvedev returns to defend his title and his goal is to win his fifth tour-level trophy of the season. Russian Karen Khachanov will also compete and has fond memories in the French capital, having won the crown in 2018.

Murray leads the guests– Former World No. 1 Andy Murray has accepted a WC and will compete in Paris for the first time since winning the title in France in 2016. The Scotsman will be joined by Frenchmen Richard Gasquet, Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Arthur Rinderknech.

Did you know…?

Since 2009, the Rolex Paris Masters is the only ATP Masters 1000 event played indoors.

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