How to watch the Monte-Carlo Masters Live Streaming?

Watch Monte-Carlo Masters Live Online

The Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters is an ATP 1000 event that is generally played in April-May every year on clay courts and here’s how you can watch the Monte-Carlo Masters Live Streaming online and on TV.

The 2020 edition of the Monte-Carlo Masters will be played from April 13 to 19, but despite being a Masters event on the men’s circuit, mandatory participation from the players is not needed (in contrast to other ATP Masters series events). It’s the only Masters tournament in which mandatory participation is not needed from the players.

The tournament is also the sole Masters tournament on the tour to have such a status and regardless of that, many of the top ranking players still participate in the event every year.

It is played in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France every year. As the name would suggest, the tournament isn’t played in Monte-Carlo but in a commune located just outside of Monaco.

2020 Monte-Carlo Open Schedule & Dates

This edition of the Monte-Carlo Masters will be played from April 13 to April 19 with the qualifying rounds to be played a few days before the start of the tournament main draw. The men’s singles final will be played on April 19.

Like last season, Other than Rafael Nadal, the likes of Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev are expected to be some of the participants in the tournament.

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Watch the 2020 Monte-Carlo Masters Live Streaming

The Monte-Carlo Masters is undoubtedly one of the best tennis tournaments in the world and definitely one to watch on clay. That is also why the demand to watch the Monte-Carlo Masters live streaming is in top demand. Below is a process to be able to watch the live streaming of the Monte-Carlo Masters.

You can catch all the tennis action in 2020 Monte-Carlo, including the Monte-Carlo Masters live streaming of the singles draw with bet365.com.

Either log in to bet365.com with your existing account or create a new account and deposit a small, token amount of $10 into your account.

If you are an existing customer of bet365.com, all you need to do is to log-in to your account with them and ensure there’s a deposit of $10 in your account or you have made a bet in the past 24 hours. And then you can start watching the Monte-Carlo tennis live stream online.

In case you have never registered with bet365 before this, all you need to do is to quickly register an account with them and log in to your account. Deposit $10 (or a currency equivalent) into your account and voila, you can start watching the Monte-Carlo Masters live streaming.

Incidentally, it’s not just the Monte-Carlo Masters but most other tennis tournaments and about a 100,000 live streams covering other sports that can be watched live with bet365.

Here’s the process to be able to watch the Monte-Carlo Masters live streaming online explained in four short steps.

  • Go to www.bet365.com
  • Register with www.bet365.com (or log in to you account)
  • Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency). You can either let that remain in your account or should have bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
  • Select the Monte-Carlo Masters live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top

Please remember, this site requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours. Remember geo-restrictions might apply.

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Watch Monte Carlo Masters live with Unibet

There’s another bookmaker that offers a similar live stream service for the Monte-Carlo Masters, Unibet.com . Unibet.com also a variety of sports streams including many tennis live streams like the Monte-Carlo Masters live, and you can watch the tournament live on their site here, by opening an account, depositing a small amount of money/having a pre-funded account or having bet in the past 24 hours using that same account. Geo-restrictions could apply.

How to watch Monte-Carlo Open live on TV?

You can obviously watch the Monte Carlo Masters on television too and to be able to do that in your region, here’s a list of all channels that are showing this tournament live. This will be updated closer to the start of the tournament in case broadcast deals change around but for now this gives a fairly strong idea of how to watch the Monte Carlo Masters on television.

CountryTV Channel
AfghanistanMSM (Sony)
BangladeshMSM (Sony)
BhutanMSM (Sony)
ChinaCCTV
ChinaIqiyi
ShanghaiShanghai Media
Hong KongPCCW
IndiaMSM (Sony)
JapanWOWOW
JapanNHK
JapanGaora Sports Channel
South KoreaEclat
MalaysiaMeasat (Astro Supersport)
MaldivesMSM (Sony)
NepalMSM (Sony)
PakistanMSM (Sony)
PhilippinesElite Sport
SingaporeStarhub (Supersports)
Sri LankaMSM (Sony)
TaiwanSino Catch (Sportcast)
ThailandCineplex (Truevisions)
VietnamCanal+ Overseas
IsraelCharlton/Sport1
MENABeIn Sport
BrazilGlobosat
CanadaTennis Canada/Rogers Sportsnet
CanadaTSN
CaribbeanESPN International
South AmericaESPN International
United StatesTennis Channel
United StatesESPN (Indian Wells, Miami, Nitto ATP Finals)
United StatesESPN (Canada, Cincinnati)
AfricaCanal+ Overseas/Africa
AfricaSupersport
MENABeIn Sport
AustralasiaESPN International
AlbaniaSupersport
AndorraSogecable/Telefonica (Movistar)
AndorraTVE (Siccative)
AustriaSky Deutschland
BelgiumBeTV
BelgiumTelenet (Play Sports)
Bosnia & HerzegovinaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
BulgariaMTEL/A1
CroatiaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
CyprusCYTA
Czech RepublicTolano (Digi Sport)
DenmarkModern Times Group (TV3)
FinlandMTV3
FranceEurosport
FranceCanal+
GeorgiaSilk Media
GeorgiaAdjara
GermanySky Deutschland
GreeceHellenic (OTE TV)
HungaryRCS & RDS (Digisport)
Italy, San Marino & Vatican CitySky Italia
KosovoSupersport
LichtensteinSky Deutschland
LuxembourgBeTV
LuxembourgSky Deutschland
MontenegroUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
NetherlandsFox Sports
North MacedoniaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
NorwayModern Times Group (Viaplay)
PolandPolsat
PortugalSport TV
RomaniaRCS & RDS (Digisport)
RussiaEurosport
SerbiaRTS
SerbiaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
SlovakiaTolano (Digi Sport)
SloveniaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
SpainSogecable/Telefonica (Movistar)
SpainTVE (Siccative)
SwitzerlandSky Deutschland
SwitzerlandSRG
SwedenModern Times Group (Viaplay)
TurkeySaran (agent to many channels)
United Kingdom & ROIAmazon Prime Video
WorldwideTennis TV

ATP Monte-Carlo Live Streaming in UK using Amazon Prime Video

If you are in the UK, one of the other options you can use to watch the live streaming of the ATP Monte-Carlo Masters is using the Amazon Prime Video option. All subscribers of the Amazon Prime Video have access to the Monte-Carlo Masters live streaming for the men’s draw where you can watch simultaneous matches every day of the tournament.

In order to subscribe to the Amazon Prime Video (in the UK only), you can opt for a 30-day free trial by signing up here & watch the Monte-Carlo Masters live streamed. Get more information on this here.

Player List for the 2020 Monte-Carlo Open

The player-list for the 2020 Monte Carlo Masters will obviously be announced closer to the date of the competition. However, to give you an idea of the kind of players who feature in the tournament, last season, 45 of the top 53 players had committed to participate in the Monte-Carlo Masters and this included the obvious top names like Nadal and Novak Djokovic.

Interestingly, Roger Federer had opted out of this tournament despite having decided to play on dirt this year.

Nadal will be coming into this tournament as a heavy favourite despite his shock loss to Fabio Fognini last season and it must be said that it won’t be easy for him this time with Djokovic having shown signs he’s back to his best too.

Seeded Men’s Singles last season

Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Daniil Medvedev, Kei Nishikori, Karen Khachanov, Marin Cilic, Marco Cecchinato, Borna Coric, Fabio Fognini, Gael Monfils, Denis Shapovalov, Nikoloz Basilashvili, David Goffin.

What Happened at the 2019 Monte-Carlo Open?

Three-time defending champion Rafael Nadal had gone into the Monte Carlo Masters last year too as a favourite but went down to the eventual and surprise winner, Fabio Fognini, in the semifinal round. Fognini then crushed Dusan Lajovic in straight sets to lift the title, his first ever Masters win. Lajovic had defeated Daniil Medvedev in straight sets in the other semifinal to make it to the title-decider.

Top seeded Djokovic went out of the competition in the quarterfinal stage, losing to Medvedev, in a hard-fought match, Lajovic defeated Italian qualifier Lorenzo Sonego, Fognini ground out a win against Borna Coric and Nadal brushed Guido Pella aside in the other last-eight matches.

None of the other seeded players from third to eighth made it past the third round, which included third round defeats for Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

In the 2018 Monte Carlo Masters, Nadal didn’t have to break into much of a sweat in order to overcome Kei Nishikori in the final of the last year’s Monte-Carlo Masters, dropping just five games in the final.

In fact, Nadal was what Nadal is. After a first round bye, he defeated Aljaz Bedene in the second round and dropped four games, overcame Karen Khachanov in the third round (five games), crushed Dominic Thiem in the quarter-finals (two games) and then steamrolled Grigor Dimitrov (five games) in the semi-finals to set up the title-decider against Nishikori.

Nishikori had had fitness issues coming into the previous season and as a result was unseeded in the tournament but that did not stop him from running through a plethora of top players in the tournament. He overcame a first set defeat to win against Tomas Berdych, then won against Daniil Medvedev in straight sets, needed another three-setter against Andreas Seppi before being shocking the second seeded Marin Cilic and third seeded Alexander Zverev in his next two matches.

Third seeded Novak Djokovic went down in the third round to Thiem, depriving fans of a potentially mouth-watering clash between the Serb and Nadal in the last-eight stage.

Previous 10 Monte-Carlo Open Title Winners

Men’s Singles

2019: Fabio Fognini
2018: Rafael Nadal
2017: Rafael Nadal
2016: Rafael Nadal
2015: Novak Djokovic
2014: Stan Wawrinka
2013: Novak Djokovic
2012: Rafael Nadal
2011: Rafael Nadal
2010: Rafael Nadal