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Rolex Paris Masters tickets

Rolex Paris Masters Tickets

Want to go to the Rolex Paris Masters tennis tournaments, but have trouble finding tickets? You’re at the right place. We will get you to this great tennis tournament without a problem. We make sure you will get your tickets on time, so you will be able to enjoy one of the best tennis events there is.

The RPM is one of the hardcourt tournaments of the ATP World Tour. The tournament is played at the AccorHotels Arena, in the beautiful city of Paris. 

Monday 28 October 2024
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Monday October 2024
AccorHotels Arena 1st Round - Day Session from € 60,50
AccorHotels Arena 1st Round - Evening Session from € 60,50
Tuesday 29 October 2024
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Tuesday October 2024
AccorHotels Arena 1st Round - Day Session from € 60,50
AccorHotels Arena 1st Round - Evening Session from € 55,00
Wednesday 30 October 2024
30
Wednesday October 2024
AccorHotels Arena 2nd Round - Evening Session from € 148,50
AccorHotels Arena 2nd Round - Day Session from € 66,00
Thursday 31 October 2024
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Thursday October 2024
AccorHotels Arena Round of 16 - Day Session from € 165,00
AccorHotels Arena Round of 16 - Evening Session from € 247,50
Friday 1 November 2024
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Friday November 2024
AccorHotels Arena Quarter Finals - Day Session from € 275,00
AccorHotels Arena Quarter Finals - Evening Session from € 275,00
Saturday 2 November 2024
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Saturday November 2024
AccorHotels Arena Semi Finals from € 385,00
Sunday 3 November 2024
3
Sunday November 2024
AccorHotels Arena Final from € 385,00

HISTORY OF THE ROLEX PARIS MASTERS

The Rolex Paris Masters have been organized since 1986. A lot has happened in these more than thirty years. For example, the Dutch duo Eltingh and Haarhuis managed to win the tournament three times. They wrote the 1994, 1996 and 1997 editions to their name.

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The tournament was held on carpet, indoor, until 2006. After this edition it was switched to hardcourt, indoor.

TYPES OF EVENTS DURING THE ROLEX PARIS MASTERS

The tournament features men's singles and men's doubles (ATP). Unlike many other ATP tournaments, no WTA tournament will be played in Paris at the same time.

WINNERS ROLEX PARIS MASTERS

American Jack Sock managed to win his first ATP tournament in the highest class (Masters 1000) here last year at the expense of Serviër Filip Krajinović. The first set still went to the Serviër, but in the end Jack Sock still dragged out the win.

Record winner of the tournament is Novak Djokovic with no fewer than four tournament wins. He won the 2009, 2013, 2014 and 2015 editions.

LOCATION & STADION OF THE ROLEX PARIS MASTERS

Although the Rolex Paris Masters is played in Paris just like Roland Garros, they do not use the same accommodation. In fact, this tournament is finished in the AccorHotels Arena which can accommodate over 14,000 spectators. Previously, this stadium was called Palais Omnisports de Par