The Paris Masters (currently known as the Rolex Paris Masters for sponsorship reasons) is a men’s professional tennis tournament that is a part of the men’s ATP Tour Masters 1000, played on indoor hard courts. The event is commonly referred to as Bercy and was first held in 1968 as the Paris Open, evolving from the French Covered Court Championships which started in 1895.
Novak Djokovic has won a record 5 singles titles, with Bob and Mike Bryan winning a record 4 doubles titles. The 2019 champions were:
2020 Men’s Singles – Daniil Medvedev (RUS)
2020 Men’s Doubles – Félix Auger-Aliassime (CAN) / Hubert Hurkacz (POL)
When is the Paris Masters?
The Paris Masters is usually the ninth and final ATP Masters 1000 event of the men’s tennis season, usually taking place over a week in late October/early November. The event is usually the last before the ATP Finals, therefore featuring some of the world’s best players trying to earn one of the last spots in that tournament.
Where is the Paris Masters?
The Paris Masters was originally held at the Stade Pierre de Coubertin from 1968 to 1982. However after the tournament was not held for three years, it returned in 1986 to the AccorHotels Arena where it has been held ever since. The indoor sports arena has three indoor hard courts during the tournament.
How do I get to the Paris Masters?
The AccorHotels Arena is located in the neighbourhood of Bercy, in the 12th arrondissement of Paris.
Airport – Charles de Gaulle is the second largest airport in Europe and has flights to many international destinations. Located 30km north of the city, the airport has easy access to central Paris via the RER B train network (€10.30), with a travel time of about 35 minutes.
Orly Airport is the smaller airport but is still the second busiest in France. The airport largely serves domestic destinations and budget airlines. The free Orlyval metro service connects the airport with RER B train network at Antony station.
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Bus – Bus lines 24 and N32 both run directly to the arena.
Metro & Train – The excellent and cheap Metro service (€1.90 per journey) has 14 different lines, whilst the RER subarban train line has 5 lines, so between them will get you close to most of Paris’ main destinations. Metro line 6 and 14 runs to Bercy station which located directly to the arena, or line 1 runs to Paris Gare de Lyon which is a 10 minute walk away.
How do I get tickets to the Paris Masters?
To purchase tickets and for further ticket information, consult the ticketing section of the official Paris Masters website here.