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One of the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournaments on the planet begins this weekend, with the world’s leading male tennis players gearing up for the 117th edition of the Monte Carlo Masters. Played near-annually since 1896 at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, an area just on the French side of their border with Monaco, it’s one of just nine events on the ATP Masters 1000 tour.

The quality of this year’s tournament is shown in the player rankings, with 2023 champion Andrey Rublev seeded fifth behind Daniil Medvedev, Jannik Sinner, Carlos Alcaraz and world number one Novak Djokovic. However, there’s no women’s tournament with the Monte Carlo Masters being an ATP-only events.

The record winner of the tournament is Spanish veteran Rafael Nadal, who isn’t competing this time around and won’t be adding to his 11 titles at Monte-Carlo in 2024. Eight of those came consecutively between 2005 and 2012 and he’s only ever lost once in the final — the 2013 decider to 2024’s number one seed, Djokovic.

BUY NOW: Cheapest Monte Carlo Masters tickets still on sale

Get ready for eight days of world-class tennis from Roquebrune-Cap-Martin as the 2024 Monte Carlo Masters begins — The Sporting News has all your scheduling, TV and streaming details to help you keep pace with all the action. 

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2024 Monte Carlo Masters schedule 

The Monte Carlo Masters is one of just nine events that make up the ATP Masters 1000, the second-most prestigious round of singles and doubles tournaments below the four grand slam titles. Unlike tournaments such as the Miami Open though, the competition at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is for male players only and not a part of the WTA Tour.

Qualifying for the first round begins on Saturday, April 6 2024, getting underway at 11:00 a.m. local time (CET). The first round proper starts the following day as the qualifiers conclude, and play continues every day as the draw gets smaller and smaller. This will all conclude with the final on Sunday, April 14, with the Doubles final beginning at 12:00 p.m. and the singles decider taking place from 3:00 p.m. local time.

Date Events
Saturday, April 6 Qualifiers
Sunday, April 7 Qualifiers and First Round
Monday, April 8 First Round
Tuesday, April 9 First and Second Rounds
Wednesday, April 10 Second and Third Rounds
Thursday, April 11 Third Round
Friday, April 12 Quarterfinals
Saturday, April 13 Singles and Doubles Semifinals
Sunday, April 14 Doubles Final and Singles Final


2024 Monte Carlo Masters TV channel, live stream

Here’s how to watch live coverage of the 2024 Monte Carlo Masters across selected regions of the world:

Region TV Streaming
USA Tennis Channel Fubo, TCPlus
Canada TSN

TSN+

UK Sky Sports Sky Go App, NOW TV
Australia beIN Sports beIn Connect


USA: The home of tennis in the US, the Tennis Channel, will be broadcasting the tournament live, with build-up and analysis either side of matches across the week-long event. Fubo also have access to the Tennis Channel’s feed and are streaming the tournament live for subscribers, as well as offering a FREE trial for new customers.

Canada: Coverage of the tournament in Canada will be shown via TSN’s English-speaking coverage, although a French-language broadcast of the action is yet to be confirmed. TSN+, the station’s streaming arm, will also be providing coverage both live and on catch-up. 

UK: Sky Sports’ own tennis channel will be showing live coverage of the Monte Carlo Masters this year, with subscribers also able to access the same broadcasting feed on either the Sky Go or NOW TV streaming platforms.

Australia: beIn Sports are providing live coverage of the tournament to Australia-based subscribers, who can also use the beIN Connect streaming service to watch matches both live and on catch-up TV.

2024 Monte Carlo Masters prize money

The prize money on offer in the 2024 Monte Carlo Masters is a record €5,950,575, translating to $6,457,028 and £5,086,137 in dollars and pounds respectively. 

The winner of the single’s tournament will pocket a large chunk of this, taking home $919,075 in total, with the runner up receiving just half of this amount at $501,880. As a tournament beginning at the round of 64 stage unlike the Miami Open, which starts with 128 competitors and qualifiers, the purse is slightly smaller in the early rounds by comparison.

Stage Reached Prize Money
Winner €919,075
Runner-up finalist €501,880
Semifinals €274,425
Quarterfinals €149,685
Round 3 €80,065
Round 2 €42,935
Round 1 €23,785
Round 2 Qualifier €12,185
Round 1 Qualifier €6,380

2024 Monte Carlo Masters tennis tickets 

  • Tickets: StubHub
  • Cheapest: €47
  • Most expensive: €865

There are still plenty of tickets available on StubHub for this year’s Monte Carlo Masters, with fans able to access a full display of the seating plan at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin. That’ll allow you to select exactly where you’d like to sit at the Monte-Carlo Country Club.

Tickets begin at 47 for the action on Sunday, April 7, which includes both the first round and the final qualifiers for the tournament. The final, held the following Sunday, has tickets beginning from €290, with the most expensive of all being the €865 seats in the aptly-named Super Categorie S.

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