The Rolex Monte-Carlo Tennis Masters is one of the world’s oldest tournaments. Hosted by Monte-Carlo Country Club since 1928, it is part of the ATP Tour Masters 1000.
Founded in 1897, the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters is one of the world’s oldest clay court tennis tournaments. In its early years, the competition was held on the courts of the Lawn Tennis de Monte-Carlo, located on the roof of the Hôtel de Paris’ wine cellars. From 1905, it moved to other temporary locations (in La Condamine, and later Beausoleil), before taking up permanent residence at Monte-Carlo Country Club in 1928.