When is the Monte-Carlo Masters?
The Monte-Carlo Masters is a men’s tennis tournament held during the clay court season, usually played over a week in April.
Where is the Monte-Carlo Masters?
The Monte-Carlo Masters is played at the Monte Carlo Country Club, which is located on the border of Monaco in the French commune of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin.
How do I get to the Monte-Carlo Masters?
Air/Helicopter: Nice Côte d’Azur Airport is the closest airport to Monaco, being approximately 30km west of the principality. The airport is the third busiest in France, offering flights to a number of different destinations.
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Arrive at the tournament in style, with a helicopter from the airport to Monaco taking just 7 minutes. A one way ticket costs €130, or €250 return during the tournament.
Bus: Bus number 100 travels from the port in Nice and bus station in Menton every 15 minutes, or bus number 110 runs every 30 minutes from Nice Airport. The closest bus stop to the Masters is at Saint Roman in Roquebrune Cap Martin. You can utilise local bus numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 for free upon presentation of your ticket.
Car: The following car parks offer ‘special tennis prices’: La Colle, Grimaldi Forum, Louis II, St-Laurent, Moulins, Casino, Costa, Quai Antoine 1er, Digue, Square Gastaud, Gare, Roqueville, Jardin exotique and Saint Charles. From the car parks you can utilise the free public transport on offer to ticket holders to arrive at the tournament.
Train: Monaco train station has regular services from Nice, Menton and Italy. There is a free shuttle bus for ticket holders to and from the tournament.
How do I get tickets to the Monte-Carlo Masters?
Tickets for the Monte-Carlo Masters vary in price depending which day you visit, where you sit and which court. Further ticket information and to purchase tickets, please click on the official website here.
Where to stay during the Monte-Carlo Masters?
Official Website: www.montecarlotennismasters.com
Current Monte-Carlo Masters Champions
2019 Men’s Singles – Fabio Fognini (ITA)
2019 Men’s Doubles – Nikola Mektić (CRO) / Franko Škugor (CRO)
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