The best players in the world will be back at the Accor Arena next autumn for the world’s greatest indoor tennis tournament, and you can be right there with them! Light shows, musical intervals, light tunnels, proximity to the players... Enjoy an augmented sporting experience at the Rolex Paris Masters. From 1-7 November, come and experience this unique tournament in the heart of Paris!
French Tennis Federation
- 01 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - LUNDI JOURNEE
- 01 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - LUNDI SOIREE
- 02 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS -MARDI JOURNEE
- 02 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - MARDI SOIREE
- 03 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - MERCREDI JOURNEE
- 03 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - MERCREDI SOIREE
- 04 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - JEUDI JOURNEE
- 04 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - JEUDI SOIREE
- 05 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - VENDREDI JOURNEE
- 05 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - VENDREDI SOIREE
- 06 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - SAMEDI
- 07 November 2021ROLEX PARIS MASTERS - DIMANCHE
- ROLEX PARIS MASTERS JOURNEE + SOIREE 01/11
- ROLEX PARIS MASTERS JOURNEE + SOIREE 02/11
- ROLEX PARIS MASTERS JOURNEE + SOIREE 03/11
- ROLEX PARIS MASTERS JOURNEE + SOIREE 04/11
“Professional” camera equipment is not allowed inside the Accor Arena.
You are not allowed to bring your own food into the Accor Arena.
You are not allowed to bring your own drinks into the Accor Arena.
Suitcases and holdalls are not allowed. Backpacks are allowed but must be checked in to the cloakroom.
About the tournament
Inaugurated in February 1984 by the racers taking part in the The Six Days of Paris cycle race, le Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy (POPB), which had already held a tennis exhibition in 1985, hosted the first ever Paris Open on 27 October to 2 November 1986. The stated aim was for the tournament to quickly establish itself as the biggest and best “indoor” tournaments in the world. The inaugural winner was Germany’s Boris Becker who, despite being aged just 18 years and 11 months, had already won twice at Wimbledon. With 82,117 spectators coming to watch over the seven days of the tournament, the first Paris Open was a success. In the early 90s, the tournament began scaling up and became the benchmark indoor tournament for the end of the year, consistently attracting all of the world’s best players. Guy Forget was the first Frenchman to win the tournament, in 1991. The Rolex Paris Masters is the season’s last ATP Masters 1000 tournament, offering a chance to grab the last qualifying places for the Masters tournament. Organised by the French Tennis Federation, the Rolex Paris Masters has been managed by Guy Forget since 2021. The record attendance was back in 2018, with 141,000 spectators (including qualifiers).