If men’s tennis lacked parity in lieu of Novak Djokovic ’s unrivaled dominance, Monte Carlo proved how quickly things can change. Bounced in his first match, the world No. 1’s exit opened the door. And who gladly waltzed through? None...Show More Summary
Now that Rafael Nadal has recaptured his Monte Carlo crown for the first time since 2012, his prospects for the French Open are on the rise. If Nadal were a stock, the time to purchase would have been a few weeks ago in the Miami Masters...Show More Summary
Fresh from winning his ninth Monte Carlo Masters title, Rafael Nadal is back in Spain to try and win the Barcelona Open for the ninth time. The 14-time Grand Slam champion has a bye in the first round.
Murray and Soares took the first set but were pegged back after a disastrous second and lost the resulting champions tie-break to fall 4-6, 6-0, 10-6 to their in-form opponents.
Nearing his 30th birthday, the Spaniard made an emphatic statement ahead of the clay court season on Sunday by winning his first Masters series event in nearly two years, powering past Monfils.
Rafael Nadal got in a time machine, stepped out into the 2016 Monte Carlo Masters and left with his ninth championship, something many fans thought would be inevitable in the early days of April 2013. The amazing thing was that world No. Show More Summary
Andy Murray has called for tennis to step up its war on doping as the sport tries to come to terms with Maria Sharapova’s suspension. Murray was tested when he arrived for the Monte Carlo Masters last week.
Rafael Nadal stormed back after dropping the first set to score a 2-6, 6-4, 6-2 victory over Andy Murray on Saturday in the 2016 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters semifinals. Murray shined throughout the first set and looked primed to score his second straight dominant victory after crushing Milos Raonic in the quarterfinals. Show More Summary
Andy Murray is out of the Monte Carlo Masters after an in-form Rafael Nadal came from a set down to defeat the British No 1 2-6 6-4 6-2 to reach the final in a sweltering Monaco.
Jamie Murray is within sight of winning his first clay court title at Masters level after holding off the first threat to his position as world doubles number one.
Roger Federer suffered a 3-6 6-2 7-5 defeat by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga as the Frenchman booked his place in the semi-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters. It was Tsonga's sixth career win against the Swiss star.
Andy Murray looked as serene as the beautiful Riviera morning as he cruised through to the semi-finals of the Monte Carlo Masters, where he will meet Rafael Nadal.
As the 2016 Monte Carlo Masters heads into the final rounds, familiar superstars Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have already buried their disappointments in Miami. Along with Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka, they have been a “forgotten foursome” for most of the southern U.S. Show More Summary
Roger Federer’s return to tennis for the first time since the 2016 Australian Open was a 6-3, 6-4 win over a good clay-court player in Guillermo Garcia-Lopez at the Monte Carlo Masters. The Swiss Maestro passed his first test in knocking...Show More Summary
Jamie Murray enjoyed a winning start to life as the world's No 1 doubles player as he and partner Bruno Soares won an epic battle at the Monte Carlo Masters.
Andy Murray and Davis Cup team-mate Dominic Inglot reached the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters men's doubles with a straight sets win over Pablo Cuevas and Spain's Marcel Granollers.
Britain's Aljaz Bedene recorded his first ATP Tour win over Lukas Rosol with a straight-sets victory in the first round of the Monte Carlo Masters to set up a meeting with Rafael Nadal.
The ATP Tour shifts to scenic Monte Carlo as world No.1 Novak Djokovic looks to continue his dominance against a bevy of talented stars. It’s the first big red-clay tournament on the European stretch to the French Open, and it will be...Show More Summary
Despite being the only non-mandatory ATP Masters event, Monte Carlo still plays host to each of the world's top-five players this coming week.. Murray has a first-round bye.
King of the Monte Carlo Masters Rafa Nadal managed to sidestep Novak Djokovic in the draw for the 2016 tournament, with the world No. 1 not coming on to his radar until the final. Nadal won the Masters eight years in a row from 2005Show More Summary