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ATP Masters 1000 Paris: Rafael Nadal seeks Paris title in strong field

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The 49th edition of the Paris Masters will commence on the 2nd November, with Rafael Nadal still searching for his first Paris Masters title.

The Rolex Paris Masters is the final ATP Masters 1000 event of the season, with many players bidding to win the prestigious title and to clinch the final qualifying spots for the season-ending Nitto ATP finals.

Rafael Nadal last made it to the final of the Paris Masters in 2007 where he lost to Argentine David Nalbandian and the Spaniard will be eager to equal Djokovic’s 36 ATP Masters titles with a win in Paris.

After racking up the necessary points to finish World no.1 for a 6th time in Vienna before a disappointing defeat to Italian Lorenzo Sonego, Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from the tournament.

Where is the tournament held?

The Paris Masters is played indoors at the AccorHotels arena in the town of Bercy.

What dates does the tournament run?

2nd November – 8th November 2020

Past champions

How many players and how many seeds are in the draw?

There are a total of 56 players and 16 seeds in the men’s singles. Top 10 players Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev, Andrey Rublev and Matteo Berrettini are all in action.

Ranking Points, Singles

Winner – 1,000 points
Finalist – 600 points
Semi-finalist – 360 points
Quarter-finalist –  180 points
Round of 16 – 90 points
Round of 32 – 45 points

Round of 48 – 10 points

Prize Money, Singles

Winner –  €373,160
Finalist – €227,000
Semi-finalist – €145,000
Quarter-finalist – €110,000
Round of 16 – €73,900
Round of 32 – €39,120
Round of 48 – €22,275
Due to the pandemic, the event will be held behind closed doors and therefore no ticket information is available for this event.

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