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The first big meeting on clay is approaching. Even without Roger Federer, the plateau of Montecarlo makes your mouth water. Some absent are to be noted. Only Switzerland and Milos Raonic were missing during the initial list. Since then, a few withdrawals have been announced. Injured to the foot in Miami, Dominic Thiem apparently wants to take his time before returning to competition. It was followed by Borna Coric and John Isner. A few days before the tournament, it’s Kei Nishikori who chose not to play on the Rocher. The Japanese had chained well Marseille, Rotterdam, Dubai and Miami and undoubtedly needs to breathe. There are only 17 players in the top 20 left. Novak Djokovic, who resides in Montecarlo, intends to play to secure his No.1 spot, now threatened by Daniil Medvedev. Rafael Nadal will be there too.

Fabio Fognini, the 1st Italian to win the Rolex Monte-Carlo

Six Blues admitted, Pouille has his wild card!

This means that six French people are admitted directly: Gaël Monfils, Ugo Humbert, Benoît Paire, Adrian Mannarino, Richard Gasquet and Jeremy Chardy. Lucas Pouille made an appointment with his fans. His request for a wild card has been heard and it is official since Thursday, the Northerner has his ticket for the big table. The other three guests are Lorenzo Musetti, Holger Rune and the Monegasque Luca Catarina. note that Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is no longer registered, he who should have gone through the qualifications.

The kick off of the 2021 edition of Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters will be given this Friday, April 9, with the draw at 6.30 p.m., in the presence of the Italian Fabio Fognini, last winner in 2019.

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