ATP Rolex Paris Masters 2022: Where to watch, Preview, live stream, schedule and draw

by Christina S. Brown
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The Rolex Paris Masters is the season’s ninth and final ATP Masters 1000 event. The Palais Omnisports in Bercy hosts the penultimate tournament of the regular men’s tennis season, showcasing the top of the crop as players compete for the prestigious title and the remaining qualifying positions in the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals.
The Rolex Paris Masters is one of the largest indoor tennis tournaments in the world, attracting over 100,000 spectators and creating an electrifying environment. Rolex has been a part of the event since 2007, and became the Title Sponsor ten years later. The Rolex Paris Masters, held in the Accor Arena in the French city as the final tournament of the regular men’s season, features the highest level of competition, with players vying for any remaining qualifying spots for the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals.
It’s time for the ninth and last ATP Masters event of the season, the Rolex Paris Masters, where the world’s greatest players will compete for a chance to conclude the season on a high note and maybe qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin.

When will the Rolex Paris Masters be held in 2022?

The Rolex Paris Masters will be held on Saturday, October 29, and Sunday, October 30.
The main draw’s first-round matches will begin on Monday, October 31, and will conclude on Sunday, November 6.

Where will the Rolex Paris Masters 2022 take place?

The Rolex Paris Masters will return to the Accor Arena in 2022. The indoor arena, formerly known as the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, is one of the city’s largest indoor sports and concert facilities.

How can I watch and live stream the Rolex Paris Masters 2022?

The Paris Masters 2022 will be aired live exclusively on Amazon Prime Sports.

Which British athletes will compete in the Rolex Paris Masters in 2022?

Cam Norrie’s incredible 2022 season could take another twist if the Brit makes it to the finals in Paris, giving him an underdog chance in the Nitto ATP Finals. Norrie, a Wimbledon semi-finalist, is presently ranked 12th after titles in Delray Beach and Lyon, as well as runner-up finishes at Acapulco and Los Cabos.
Dan Evans enters the tournament after reaching the semi-finals in San Diego and the quarter-finals in Antwerp. The British No.2 is experiencing a resurgence second half of the season, having won the Rothesay Open Nottingham title before making his second ATP Masters semi-final appearance in Montreal.
Andy Murray, the 2016 champion, will look to improve on his recent quarter-final run in Gijon after a solid showing for Great Britain at the Davis Cup Finals in Glasgow.
Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram, the world’s top doubles combo, will play together for the first time since winning the US Open in September in Vienna this week before traveling to Paris. The pair has a 10-match winning streak dating back to the Masters tournament in Cincinnati.
Neal Skupski and Dutch partner Wesley Koolhof, who finished second in Flushing Meadows, will look for their eighth title and third Masters trophy of 2022.
Lloyd Glasspool, who is currently having a breakout season that has seen him move to a career-high world No.19, will team up with Finland’s Harri Heliovaara to compete for an ATP Finals spot. For the first time since their maiden title in Winston-Salem, Jamie Murray will team up with Australia’s Matthew Ebden, while Evans will team up with Murray’s former teammate John Peers.

Who are the reigning Rolex Paris Masters champions

Novak Djokovic, Men’s Singles (SRB)
Tim Puetz (GER) and Michael Venus (USA) won the men’s doubles (NZL)
What is the monetary award for winning the Rolex Paris Masters in 2022?
€836,355 for singles
€282,960 for doubles

When will the Rolex Paris Masters 2022 draw take place?

The draw’s specifics will be announced shortly.

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