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Players - Monegasque Tennis Federation

On May 21, 2023, Hugo Nys etched his name into the history of Monégasque tennis by winning the prestigious Rome Masters 1000. This achievement not only marks Hugo's first victory in a Masters 1000 event but also the first time a player from Monaco has triumphed in such a major tournament.

Having demonstrated brilliant form throughout the competition, Hugo faced formidable opponents and exhibited unwavering determination alongside his partner, Jan Zielinski, leading them to the ultimate title.

This win, along with the recent historic results of Monégasque players, heralds the beginning of a new era for Monégasque tennis!

Hugo NYS (ATP Doubles Ranking: 14th as of May 29, 2023)

A quarter-finalist at the Aix en Provence Challenger and a winner in Rome— an exceptional month for Hugo!
His journey in Rome:
Round of 32: 6/3 - 6/3 victory against Maxime Cressy and David Vega Hernandez
Round of 16: 7/6 - 6/2 victory against Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek
Quarter-final: 7/5 - 7/6 victory against Mackenzie McDonald and Frances Tiafoe
Semi-final: 6/3 - 7/5 victory against Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos
Final: 7/5 - 6/1 victory against Robin Haase and Botic Van de Zandschulp

Lucas CATARINA (ATP Singles Ranking: 449th as of May 29, 2023)

A quarter-finalist in Varnamo, Sweden, at the beginning of May, Lucas later secured a title at Kalmar (M15) just a few days later ! A fantastic month of May for him!

Valentin VACHEROT (ATP Singles Ranking: 337th as of May 29, 2023)

Back in full form, Valentin reached the semi-finals of the M25 in Sabadell, Spain, and the quarter-finals of the M25 in Reggio Emilia despite unpredictable weather! Additionally, Valentin also made it to the semi-finals in Bodrum (Turkey - M25) to round off this splendid month of May, hinting at an excellent summer ahead!

Romain ARNEODO (ATP Doubles Ranking: 51st as of May 29, 2023)

After the historic performance at the 2023 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, Romain and his partner Sam Weissborn immediately followed up with a Challenger in Aix en Provence. They clinched the title in Mauthausen (Challenger) in Austria and the ATP 250 in Lyon. Now, it's time for Roland Garros!

The Federation wishes to once again congratulate the players of its national team for proudly representing the Monégasque Tennis Federation around the world!

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.