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Players - Monegasque Tennis Federation

The most important event of the season: The Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters 2023!

Romain ARNEODO (ATP Doubles Ranking: 53rd as of April 30, 2023)
What a journey for Romain Arneodo and Sam Weissborn! A final in the most beautiful Masters 1000 in the world, at home, during the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters 2023, an achievement never before seen in Monégasque tennis!
His journey in detail:
Round of 32: 6/2 - 6/4 W against Marcelo Melo and Alexander Zverev
Round of 16: 6/2 - 6/3 W against Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury
Quarterfinals: 6/2 - 7/6 W against Lloyd Glasspool and Harri Heliovaara
Semifinals: 7/6 - 4/6 - 10/7 W against Kevin Krawietz and Tim Puetz
Final: 0/6 - 6/4 - 12/14 L against Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek

Hugo NYS (ATP Doubles Ranking: 26th as of April 30, 2023)
Back to Europe for Hugo this April! A loss in the round of 32 against the winners of the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters 2023...
Hugo and Jan Zielinski set sail for Spain with the ATP 500 in Barcelona and the Masters 1000 in Madrid! Daghe Hugo!

Valentin VACHEROT (ATP Singles Ranking: 360th as of April 30, 2023)
First participation in a Masters 1000 for Valentin, here at the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters 2023.
So close despite the defeat against Luca Nardi (5/7 - 5/7). Daghe Valentin!

Lucas CATARINA (ATP Singles Ranking: 452nd as of April 30, 2023)
After a month of March marked by two titles in Greece, Lucas arrived in Monaco full of confidence to go through the qualifications. Unfortunately, a defeat in the opening match against Ugo Humbert despite a highly contested first set (6/7 - 4/6).
Time for recovery after this intense and successful first quarter of 2023! Daghe Lucas!

The Monégasque Tennis Federation is proud of Romain Arneodo for achieving a historic feat, never before seen in the history of Monégasque tennis! An incredible and well-deserved journey!

Melanie-Antoinette de Massy President

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The Monegasque Federation contributes to create ties between Federations and foreign clubs as well as to federate the clubs of the Principality, currently five of them. Affiliated to the International Tennis Federation, its national team compete in the prestigious Davis Cup competition since 1929.