The Paris Masters (also called the Paris Rolex Masters) is the last tournament in the ATP tour, followed by the ATP Finals in London. It is held on indoor hard courts at the Paris Bercy Arena (now known as the AccorHotels Arena). The tournament is old, the first edition being held on 1968. It was also played on carpet, but it switched back to a slower surface (hard court). Novak Djokovic (4 titles), Boris Becker and Marat Safin (both with 3 titles) are the most successful players in the tournament's history.
The Paris Masters is the only Masters event still played indoor. The total prize money is €4,273,775 (2017) – see below for more details.
Top Seeds at the Paris Masters 2017:
|Seed||Player||Titles 2017||Win/Loss 2017||Money 2017|
Winner 2017: Jack Sock defeated Filip Krajinovic 5-7, 6-4, 6-1.
Prize money and points at the Paris Masters 2017:
- Winner – 1000 points – €853,430
- Finalist – 600 points – €418,450
- Semifinalists – 360 points – €210,610
- Quarter Finalist – 180 points – €107,095
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