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Hey Monte Carlo, anyone for tennis?

Hey Monte Carlo, anyone for tennis?

By Staff Writer - April 15, 2017

The world’s top tennis players have been arriving to play in the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, which started Saturday and runs across the week until Sunday, April 23, at the Monte-Carlo Country Club, Zeljko Franulovic, the tournament’s director, told journalists on Thursday.

The event is the first European tournament in the ATP World Tour Masters 1000. Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will be playing, as well as several other members of the world Top 10. Several of the courts, including the Rainier III and the Court of Princes, will be fully-booked within a few days, and the public is advised to reserve as soon as possible through the tournament’s official website.

Traffic restrictions in the area are also in effect from April 15-23.

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