2 Players' Box Tickets to the ATP Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters on April 17
Get your hands on two exclusive tickets to the ATP Rolex Masters in Monte-Carlo that takes place on Wednesday April 17 2019.
The Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2006. The event is the first of three ATP World Tour Masters tournaments to be played on clay courts at the Monte Carlo Country Club. Beginning in 2009, Monte Carlo became the only ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament not to have a mandatory player commitment. Most of the top players still elect to play the event despite this status. Rafael Nadal won the title eight consecutive times between 2005 and 2012, making him the only player to win eight consecutive titles at the same tournament.
The auction winner will receive tickets to enjoy the most prestigious clay court tournament from great seats located inside the players' box, an area that is usually reserved for the players' friends and family.
If tennis is your thing you can't afford to miss one of the hottest events in the sporting calendar!
Please note: This experience is valid for two people. The auction only includes tickets to the event and any benefits described above. The tickets must be picked up at the location. Information regarding exact seating locations will not be available until the tournament has commenced. Transport to/from Monte Carlo Country Club and any other expenses or organizational details are the sole responsiblity of the auction winner.
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