Tennis: the 2024 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters line-up is revealed

The list of players set to take to the clay courts of the Monte-Carlo Country Club in April for the 117th edition of the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters has been announced. Here’s who made the cut.  

Tournament Director David Massey had the honour of revealing the list of participants at the upcoming Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, which will be held from 6th to 14th April, at an exclusive luncheon at the Pré Catelan Lenôtre in Paris on 12th March.  

Included on the roster are men’s tennis’ biggest stars, such as the Top 3 seeded players of Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner, as well as World No.4 and notorious court rebel Daniil Medvedev.  

Other Top 10 ranked players who will also appear on the famous clay courts are Andrey Rublev, who won his first Masters 1000 title last year in Monaco, Alexander Zverev, Holger Rune, Hubert Hurkacz, Caser Rudd and Alex de Minaur.  

Perennial crowd favourite Rafael Nadal is also expected to play, marking a return to the courts after more than a year on the side lines. He was forced to withdrawal from the Australian Open in January, having suffered from a muscle tear on his hip.  

Among the French players to feature are 14th ranked Ugo Humbert, 21st seeded Adrian Mannarino and Arthur Fils, who is currently in 43rd place in the ATP Rankings.  

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Following on from a new set-up introduced at the 2023 tournament, the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters’ team will be offering spectators services such as a click-and-collect fast food catering option as well as deluxe dinners in the new covered dining area for fans seeking a more elegant alternative. On the day of the finals, Michelin-starred Chef Frédéric Anton of Le Jules Vernes in Paris will be in charge of the menu. 

The Masters, which officially start the annual clay court tennis season, was founded in 1897, and has been played at the Monte-Carlo Country Club since 1928. It is now under the Presidency of Mélanie-Antoinette de Massy, who took over the position after the death of her mother, Elizabeth-Ann de Massy, in 2020.  


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Photo of Novak Djokovic by Celina Lafuente de Lavotha