The Monte-Carlo Tennis Tournament is one of the oldest in the world and the most popular with all the top players. It is also part of the Masters 1000.
Previously called the Monte Carlo Tennis Championship, this tournament was first held in 1897 at the Monte Carlo Country Club.
The Country Club has a luxurious and modern infrastructure, perfect and well maintained tennis courts to host one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world. It is important to know that the courts are made of clay.
Raphael Nadal, world champion on clay, has won 5 titles, 8 of them in a row.
This year the tournament runs from April 13, 2019 to April 21, 2019. From €42 for the quarterfinals and from €79 for the semifinals or finals. There is also the Rainier III Pass, from 375€.
An exceptional evening is organized on the occasion of this tournament, La Grande Nuit Du Tennis, at the Sporting de Monte-Carlo, a dinner show at 230€.
Good to know: only the official website guarantees the validity of the tickets. Any ticket purchased on an unofficial website is not guaranteed to be valid and may prevent you from attending the tournament. For more information, please visit: store.montecarlotennismasters.com or Tel: +377 97 98 70 00
Finally, if you want to keep a nice souvenir, you can buy, among others, one of the numbered stamps for the occasion, (40 000 issued), created by Andrew Davidson, at the price of 2,10€. www.timbres-de-france.com
Source : Image of the article : stamp of the Principality of Monaco for this occasion.
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