Tennis Europe Junior Masters 2021

The Tennis Europe Junior Masters is the elite sason-ending of the Top Tennis Europe Junior Tour's featuring the Top 8 boys and 8 girls aged 14 & under and 16 & under. 

This year, and for the first time since his creation, the Tennis Europe Junior Tour final took place at the Monte-Carlo Country Club under the High Patronage of H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco and under the Presidency of Melanie-Antoinette de Massy.

The competition took place from the 13th to 15th October 2021 on the clay courts of the prestigious Monte-Carlo Country Club, also home of the iconic ATP Masters 1000 : Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters. 

The "Race to Monte-Carlo" ranking was featured across the Tour's social media channels throughout the year, keeping players and fans updated on the race to qualify. 

Exceptional live broadcasting on MonacoInfo TV Channel. 

After 3 competition days, the Tennis Europe Junior Masters 2021, please find below the different winners of this edition: 

Boys under 14y: Max Shoenhaus (Germany)
Girls under 14y: Laura Samsonova (Czech Rep.)
Boys under 16y: Marko Maksimovic (Serbia)
Girls under 16y: Mariia Masiinskaia

The Monegasque Tennis Federation and the Monte-Carlo Country Club congratulates all the winners and participants : 
Alena Kovackova, Dora Miskovic, Eva Maria Ionescu, Maria Golovina, Melinda Biro, Laura Samsonova, Eliska Forejtkova, Ksenia Smirnova - Rose Marie Nijkamp, Artemis Aslanisvili, Monika Stankiewicz, Ekaterina Ivanova, Marria Massiianskaia, Karolina Krajmer, Laima Vladson, Anastasiia Firman - Maxim Mrva, Max Schoenhaus, Egor Pleshivtsev, Nikola Djosic, Justin Engel, Egor Gorin, Ludvig Hede, Timofei Derepasko - Tomasz Berkieta, Victor Kuznetsov, Michal Krajci, Ziga Svec, Nikola Jovic, Jakub Jedrzejczak, Marko Maksimovic, Petr Brunclik. 

See you in 2022 ! 

Melanie-Antoinette de Massy President

Welcome to the website of the Monegasque Tennis Federation. 

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. 

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