Eight of the world’s top 10, including Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, will battle it out for the Monte Carlo Masters title and all matches at the tournament are available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
Monte Carlo Masters Live Stream, Tips & Predictions
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Monte Carlo Masters: How to Watch & Bet Online
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Monte Carlo Masters Tournament Information
Location: Monte Carlo, Monaco
Dates: April 11-18, 2021
Singles Draw: 56
Doubles Draw: 28
Defending Champion: Fabio Fognini
Monte Carlo Masters Seeds
1. Novak Djokovic
2. Daniil Medvedev
3. Rafael Nadal
4. Stefanos Tsitsipas
5. Alexander Zverev
6. Andrey Rublev
7. Diego Schwartzman
8. Matteo Berrettini
9. Roberto Bautista Agut
10. Gael Monfils
11. David Goffin
12. Pablo Carreno Busta
13. Hubert Hurkacz
14. Grigor Dimitrov
15. Fabio Fognini
16. Cristian Garin
Monte Carlo Masters Tips & Predictions
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and 11-time Monte-Carlo Masters champion Rafael Nadal lead the field at this week’s Monte Carlo Masters.
After last year’s tournament was cancelled, an extremely strong field has gathered off the coast of Monaco for the first clay-court Masters 1000 tournament of the season.
Of course, you simply can’t go past Nadal on clay or at this tournament. The Spaniard has won 11 titles in Monte-Carlo since his debut crown in 2005 – although he did suffer a shock loss to Fabio Fognini in his last appearance, with the Italian going on to win his maiden Masters 1000 silverware.
Nadal has avoided Djokovic’s half after falling to World No. 3, with his toughest test set to come in the quarter-finals against Andrey Rublev.
Daniil Medvedev, who recently climbed to World No. 2, hasn’t had much success on clay so far in his career and could be in danger in the early rounds against potentially Filip Krajinovic, Fognini and Diego Schwartzman.
Djokovic has a tough draw in front of him from the get-go – the Serbian might get Miami Masters runner-up Jannik Sinner in the second round and Miami champion Hubert Hurkacz in the third before a possible quarter-final with Alexander Zverev and semi-final against Stefanos Tsitsipas.
That’s a very difficult potential path to the title in your first clay event of the season. Tsitsipas and Zverev will fancy their chances of an upset if they make it that far.
A first round clash to look out for features rising Italian star Lorenzo Musetti and Australian Open semi-finalist Aslan Karatsev.
It’s impossible to back against Nadal in Monte-Carlo, but there’s some value to be had in Tsitsipas or Zverev reaching the final and causing the upset.