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Dates, schedule tickets, prize money: 10 questions about 2021 Rolex Paris Masters
Everything you need to know about the Rolex Paris Masters, from former champs to ticket prices.
When will the 2021 Rolex Paris Masters take place?
This year’s Rolex Paris Masters is scheduled to take place from November 1st to November 7th.
Where is the Rolex Paris Masters held?
The tournament is held at Accor Arena in Bercy, in the southeast of Paris, on the right bank of the Seine. The stadium can host up to 14,000 spectators for tennis.
On which surface is the Rolex Paris Masters held?
The tournament is played on hard court (Greenset on boards).
Did the Rolex Paris Masters take place in 2020?
The tournament was held in 2020, but with no spectators in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Who is the defending champion at the Rolex Paris Masters?
Russia’s Daniil Medvedev won the singles title. He defeated Alexander Zverev, 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 in the final. Felix Auger-Aliassime and Hubert Hurkacz won the doubles title.
Will fans be allowed at the Rolex Paris Masters in 2021
Yes, fans will be permitted to attend. Stay tuned to the tournament website for any changes to policy regarding spectators.
How do I get tickets for the Rolex Paris Masters?
Tickets range from €10 to €215 for single sessions. Go to Rolexparismasters.com for more info.
Who is the tournament director at Rolex Paris Masters?
Guy Forget, former world No 4, is the tournament director. He’s also the tournament director at Roland-Garros.
Who are some of the stars of the tournament’s history?
Current world No 1 Novak Djokovic is a five-time champion at Paris, while Hall of Famer Marat Safin is a three-time champion. Boris Becker, also a three-time champion, won the tournament’s inaugural edition in 1986. American legends Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi have also won the prestigious Paris Masters title.
When was the last French champion at Rolex Paris Masters?
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is the last Frenchman to win the title in Paris, doing so in 2008. Sebastien Grosjean (2001) and Guy Forget (1991) are the other French singles champions.