Junior Masters will have the honor of taking place in the Principality of Monaco.
The Masters is a major end-of-season event inviting an elite of players made up of the 8 best boys and girls in categories 14 and 16 and under from the Tennis Europe Junior Tour. Former champions include players such as Rafael Nadal, Kim Clijsters, Alexander Zverev and Belinda Bencic.
The tournament will take place from October 30 to November 1 on clay court in the prestigious Monte-Carlo Country Club, also home to the iconic ATP Masters 1000.
This transfer to Monaco is part of an overall improvement strategy for the Masters, a key event at the end of the season. The “Race to Monte-Carlo” ranking will be relayed on social media throughout the year, informing players and fans continuously on the evolution of the ranking and how to qualify. The event itself will be the subject of many innovations aimed at providing players with an unforgettable life experience at the top of their sport.