Monte-Carlo Country Club to welcome the future stars of tennis at the Europe Junior Masters

The Monte-Carlo Country Club will host the prestigious Tennis Europe Junior Masters for the third year in a row, welcoming the continent’s most promising young tennis talents to its clay courts for four days of play in early November.  

Scheduled to take place from 2nd to 5th November, and at the very same venue as the legendary ATP Masters 1000 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, this competition brings together the top eight male and female players in the Under 14 and Under 16 categories. 

It is a showcase of the best emerging talent on the European tennis scene, and counts the likes of Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev, Kim Clijsters and Belinda Bencic among its former champions, underscoring its significance in identifying future tennis legends. 

In 2023, the Tennis Europe Junior Masters Monte-Carlo is introducing a change to the schedule by adopting the Round Robin format, where each player gets a chance to play every other in their group.  

Melanie-Antoinette de Massy, the president of the Monaco Tennis Federation and of the Monte-Carlo Country Club, has expressed her delight at once again receiving the event, saying, “I’m thrilled to welcome the Tennis Europe Junior Masters Monte-Carlo for the third consecutive year. Hosting these young champions in the Principality is an honour, as they undoubtedly represent the future elite of world tennis. The shift to the ‘Round Robin’ format this year brings a new dynamic to this event, guaranteeing unforgettable moments on our courts.” 

As the third edition of the Tennis Europe Junior Masters Monte-Carlo approaches, all eyes are on these young stars. Tennis enthusiasts can look forward to a thrilling event that promises to be both a reflection of the sport’s rich history and a glimpse into its promising future. 

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