World Tour Masters Paris Live
The much awaited BNP Paribas Masters Paris is finally here, with the tournament featuring some of the best names on the tour. All the seeded players have been given a bye to the second round.
The top seed is Novak Djokovic, who last played in the Shanghai Masters, where he lost in the semifinal. He is being given a run for his money as the world no. 1, by the second seed Andy Murray. The Brit has been working hard to reach the top, having worked twice as much as any other player. He is set to play in the final of Estre Bank Open in Vienna, which if he wins will take him closer to the no. 1 ranking. Stan Wawrinka has been seeded third, who has incurred a drop in his form off lately. He is coming in after losing to Mischa Zverev in the quarterfinal of Swiss Indoors Basel. Milos Raonic too has been going through a similar rut, as he lost in the first round of ATP Basel. He is certainly lacking momentum, which is something that other players may capitalise on.
Other players to watch out for would be Dominic Thiem and Tomas Berdych, along with Kei Nishikori. The last Masters' tournament was certainly surprising. Let's see if a similar trend will be followed here as well.
Posted: 2nd November 2015
The Paris Masters (or as nowadays known, the BNP Paribas Masters) is an indoor hard court (carpet) tournament annually held in Paris, France. A Masters 1000 event, the tourney comes with a rather significant prize money, currently standing at an imposing €3,830,295.
A prize money like that - not to mention the points the players can earn - naturally lure in the best competitors from around the world, and usually almost all players from the top 20 attend it. Accordingly, the only top 20 players missing this year will be Milos Raonic, Bernard Tomic, Dominic Thiem and Gael Monfils. Who won't be missing, is three-time champion Novak Djokovic who is also the two-time defending champion of the event, and naturally the biggest favorite to go all the way this week. The level at which the Serbian is currently playing, looks to be a level above anybody else and that makes him the runaway favorite not only for this event and the WTF, which will be held in a couple of weeks, but the January Australian Open as well.
Second seed Roger Federer (who just won Basel, defeating Rafael Nadal in the final) can theoretically challenge him on a good day, but that is far from a guarantee, especially since the Serb will be well rested.
Posted: 27th October 2014
BNP Paribas Masters 2014 is one of the hell awaited event played under the umbrella of ATP World Tour. It is going to be started from 28th of October and will be continued till 3rd of the next month. It will be organized in Paris at Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy.
It is the 43rd edition of the tournament being organized under ATP world tour. This tournament purse prize money of €2 646 495 and will be played on indoor hard courts. In the year 2013, BNP Paribas Masters single tournament was named by Novak Djokovic and the double was crowned to brother players Mike Bryan and Bob Bryan. Players all over the world are enthusiast to take part and win the trophy for their fans and country. Novak Djokovic is taking part this year again and is determined to continue his championship for the second time. The name of other players taking part in 2014 BNP Paribas Masters includes Roger Federer, David Ferrer, Stan Wawrinka, Tomas Berdych, Kei Nishikori, Andy Murray, Roberto Bautista Agut, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Fabio Fognini, Kevin Anderson and the list goes on.
Tickets are already selling like hot cakes; if you really want to enjoy this mega tournament just grab your tickets.
Posted: 28th October 2013
ATP Tour reaches Paris, France for the 42nd time, this time for a week, spanning from 28th October to the 3rd of November. The tournament will be played under the ATP section of ATP World Tour Masters 1000.
The matches are to be conducted on the hard courts of Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy. The prize money is announced at a massive 2646495 Pounds. The defending champion, David Ferrer of Spain, returns this year with a tight grip on his trophy. He is up against the titans of Tennis world, Rafael Nadal and Almagro, also of Spain, and the Swiss God, Roger Federer. France itself sends in a strong trio of Tsonga, Gasquet and Simon against the USA’s strongest man on the field, John Isner. From the wild card entrants, France picks up three of its players: Mahut, Llodra and Mannarino. Roger-Vasselin is reported to have qualified through a special exemption. One of the top tennis players, Andy Murray of United Kingdom, left the tournament earlier due to back surgery.
The doubles champion of 2012, Bopanna and Bhupati, split up this year as Bhupati enrollees out of the tournament, leaving Bopanna to pair up with Roger-Vasselin. Assam-UL-Haq Qureshi of the rival country, Pakistan, will be facing Bopanna with his partner, Rojer.
Posted: 29th October 2012
On the ATP World Tour this week, the ATP World Tour Masters in Paris, France. This is a Masters 1000 level event that starts on the 29th of October, and will be worth more than 2,400,000 Euros. It is a hard courts event with a singles draw of 48 and a doubles draw of 24. This event will be followed by the final two events to be played on the ATP Tour this week, the end of year championship called the Barclay's ATP World Tour Finals in London, England, and then the David Cup World Group Final, which starts on November 16th.
The most recently played tournament on the ATP World Tour was the Swiss Indoors Basel, which was held in Switzerland starting the 22nd. That was an ATP 500 level event, and Juan Martin del Potro won the singles event while Nenad Zimonjic and Daniel Nestor took the doubles. This the 9th and Final ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event and it features the top tennis players, including Novak Djokovic as the number one seed. Andy Murray will be the second seed, and then David Ferrer is the third and Tomas Berdych is fourth. Jo Wilfried Tsonga and Juan Martin del Potro are fifth and sixth and Janko Tipsarevic and Richard Gasquet are the final two.
Posted: 8th November 2010
The ATP World Tour will hold the 2010 finale later on this month, starting on the 21st, called the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals and held in London, England, on indoor hard courts for moer than two million pounds. However, before that we have the Masters in Paris, starting on November 7th, and the Live Swiss Indoors Basel starting on the 1st. Get your membership to watch the ATP World Tour Masters Paris live from your computer as well as tennis streams from all the competitions for an entire year in high quality.
The BNP Paribas Masters in Paris, France will be held on hard courts for a total prize purse of €2,227,500. This tournament has a singles draw of 48 and a doubles draw of 24 and will be held November 7th through the 14th and is a Masters 1000 event. This is the 9th and final ATP Masters 1000 tournament and ends the season except for the final itself for the ATP World Tour. These men are not only hoping to take home the Masters 1000 title which is an honor in itself, but also to qualify for the spots that are left in the finale in London.
Rafael Nadal is the top seed for this tournament, having a 9 to 3 record at this particular event. The second seed is Novak Djokovic, and then our third is Roger Federer who was sent out in the first round last year. The fourth and fifth seeds are Andy Murray and Robin Soderling and the Nikolay Davydenko takes the spot of sixth seed. Seventh and eighth are Tomas Berdych and Fernando Verdasco. If you want to watch this Masters 1000 tournament live from your computer in high quality video, as well as other streaming tennis events. Click on the banners on this page for access to our member's area.
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Posted: 31st October 2016
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