Europe’s top junior players will play the Junior Masters at the famous Monte-Carlo Country Club until at least 2025, after Tennis Europe and the Monegasque Tennis Federation extended the existing agreement.
The Race to compete at one of the world’s most iconic venues is already underway. Boys and girls aged 14 and 16 & Under accrue points at all 450+ Tennis Europe Junior Tour events during the season, with the Top 8 in each category qualifying for the Masters.
This year’s edition is set to take place from 2-5 November, and will feature a revised format. The competition will adopt a round-robin phase in line with the ATP and WTA Finals. The eight qualifiers will be separated into two groups of four, ensuring three live matches before the two group winners face off in the grand final.
Former champions of the Junior Masters include the likes of Rafa Nadal, Kim Clijsters, Alex Zverev and Belinda Bencic. The 2023 Junior Masters will be broadcast on national television in Monaco and streamed live online.
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