ATP Rolex Paris Masters 2018 Live Stream: How to watch and bet on tennis live from Paris

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  • Jack Sock is set to return to Bercy in 2018 in an attempt to defend his Rolex Paris Masters title
  • Rolex Paris Masters tennis is live from Paris between October 28 and November 4, 2018
  • Watch and bet on tennis live from Paris at Unibet > live streaming > tennis
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Defending champion Jack Sock is expected to be joined by the cream of men’s tennis as the American attempts to defend his Rolex Paris Masters title, live from the AccorHotels Arena in Bercy between October 28 and November 4, 2018.

Watch and bet on Rolex Paris Masters tennis live online at Unibet > live streaming > tennis.

ATP Paris Masters Tournament Schedule

Rolex Paris Masters tournament schedule

Date - TimeEvent Name Location
28 Oct 2018 10:00R1AccorHotels Arena
29 Oct 2018 10:00R1 & R2AccorHotels Arena
30 Oct 2018 11:00R1 & R2AccorHotels Arena
31 Oct 2018 11:00R2AccorHotels Arena
01 Nov 2018 11:00R3AccorHotels Arena
02 Nov 2018 14:00QFsAccorHotels Arena
03 Nov 2018 11:45SFsAccorHotels Arena
04 Nov 2018 12:15FinalAccorHotels Arena

Who is playing the Rolex Paris Masters in 2018?

Serving as the last battleground for ATP stars hoping to accumulate some last-minute points in order to qualify for the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals in London, the Rolex Paris Masters is one of the most important events on the stacked tennis calendar - and the last ATP Masters 1000 tournament of the season.

Due to it’s place on the schedule, some top players who have already secured their ticket to London decide to skip the Paris Masters in order to be fully fit for the year-end championships, but more often than not the tournament attracts the very best in tennis, including ‘Big Four’ members Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.

However, with the ATP field in disarray in 2017 due to countless injuries to top stars, it was Jack Sock who stunningly stood tall and emerged triumphant at the end of a chaotic week, claiming his first ATP Masters 1000 title and qualifying for the Nitto ATP Finals as a result. The American firebrand will surely find it extremely tough to defend his title - especially if the Big Four are fit and present in Bercy in 2018.

Stay tuned as players are confirmed for the Rolex Paris Masters later in 2018.

ATP Paris Masters Seeds

Check back here in October as the Rolex Paris Masters seeds are announced.

About ATP Paris Masters

The Rolex Paris Masters tournament, which is staged at the AccorHotels Arena in Bercy and was launched back in 1968, marks the last regular event on the ATP calendar. It takes place following all of the action in Basel and Vienna and in the lead up to the season finale in London. It is also the last out of nine Masters 1000 events on the annual schedule and the final battleground in the Emirates ATP Race to London for the season-ending championships featuring the year’s best eight players.

Also known as the BNP Paribas Masters and Paris Open over the years as the tournament was placed in multiple categories such as the Grand Prix Tour from 1989 and the ATP Super 9 series of events that was replaced by the Tennis Masters series in 2000, the event is currently named the Rolex Paris Masters for sponsorship reasons. It is the only ATP Masters 1000 tournament to be played exclusively indoors since 2009.

Some of the biggest names in tennis have captured the Rolex Paris Masters title over the years. Novak Djokovic has won the tournament more than any other man, claiming the 2009 edition and three straight events from 2013-15, while his former coach Boris Becker has collected the silverware on three occasions, including 1986, 1989 and 1992. Russian firebrand Marat Safin won three of his five Masters Series titles in Paris, while Djokovic is the only man in history so successfully defend his Paris title, which as mentioned, he did between 2013-15. Tom Okker, Brian Gottfried, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi are the only other men to have won multiple Paris titles.

Due to it’s position in the schedule at the end of the season, the Rolex Paris Masters has been the Masters tournament most likely to see surprise champions, with the likes of Sebastian Grosjean, Tim Henman, Tomas Berdych, Nikolay Davydenko, David Nalbandian, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Robin Soderling and David Ferrer all winning the tournament since the turn of the century, while there’s also been several shock finalists, with Jerzy Janowicz’s run in 2012 from qualifying perhaps the biggest shock of them all.

Although Jack Sock certainly rivals Janowicz’s 2012 run, especially when you consider the extraordinary circumstances surrounding his triumph. Sock was trailing Kyle Edmund of Great Britain 1-5 in the deciding set of his opening round match, but he sensationally fought back to win before riding that momentum all the way to a first Masters 1000 title, defeating fellow surprise finalist Filip Krajinovic and securing his spot at the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals in London as a result.

The Rolex Paris Masters is also the final battleground for players hoping to secure their tickets to the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals in London, which always ensures for thrilling storylines all across the draw.

ATP Rolex Paris Masters Tournament Information

ATP Rolex Paris Masters fast facts

ATP ParisRolex Paris Masters
DatesOctober 28 to November 4
VenueAccorHotels Arena
LocationParis, France
First Played1968
Draw Size48
SurfaceHard (indoors)
CategoryATP Masters 1000
Prize Money€4,273,775
Reigning Singles ChampionJack Sock
Reigning Doubles ChampionLukasz Kubot/Marcelo Melo

Previous ATP Rolex Paris Masters Champions

Former ATP Rolex Paris Masters winners

1968Milan HolecekRobert Carmichael
1969Tom OkkerButch Buchholz
1970Arthur AsheMarty Riessen
1971Not heldNot held
1972Stan SmithAndres Gimeno
1973Illie NastaseStan Smith
1974Brian GottfriedEddie Dibbs
1975Tom OkkerArthur Ashe
1976Eddie DibbsJaime Fillol
1977Corrado BarazzuttiBrian Gottfried
1978Robert LuizTom Gullikson
1979Harold SolomonCorrado Barazzutti
1980Brian GottfriedAdriano Panatta
1981Mark VinesPascal Portes
1982Wojciech FibakBill Scanlon
1983-85Not heldNot held
1986Boris BeckerSergio Casal
1987Tim MayotteBrad Gilbert
1988Amos MansdorfBrad Gilbert
1989Boris BeckerStefan Edberg
1990Stefan EdbergBoris Becker
1991Guy ForgetPete Sampras
1992Boris BeckerGuy Forget
1993Goran IvanisevicAndriy Medvesev
1994Andre AgassiMarc Rosset
1995Pete SamprasBoris Becker
1996Thomas EnquistYevgeny Kafelnikov
1997Pete SamprasJonas Bjorkman
1998Greg RusedskiPete Sampras
1999Andre AgassiMarat Safin
2000Marat SafinMark Philippoussis
2001Sebastian GrosjeanYevgeny Kafelnikov
2002Marat SafinLleyton Hewitt
2003Tim HenmanAndrei Pavel
2004Marat SafinRadek Stepanek
2005Tomas BerdychIvan Ljubicic
2006Nikolay DavydenkoDominik Hrbaty
2007David NalbandianRafael Nadal
2008Jo-Wilfried TsongaDavid Nalbandian
2009Novak DjokovicGael Monfils
2010Robin SoderlingGael Monfils
2011Roger FedererJo-Wilfried Tsonga
2012David FerrerJerzy Janowicz
2013Novak DjokovicDavid Ferrer
2014Novak DjokovicMilos Raonic
2015Novak DjokovicAndy Murray
2016Andy MurrayJohn Isner
2017Jack SockFilip Krajinovic

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