Paris Bercy Masters will take place this year from October 31st to November 6th.
Is Novak Djokovic still the king of Paris Masters? The domination of the world #1 player is increasingly challenged by the new generation of tennis players: Stan Wawrincka or Milos Raonic, have some very good arguments on court to counter “Djoko”.
The best tennis players in the world should be present in Paris, as it is positionned just before the Masters in London. Indeed, Paris is a good place to warm up before the grand final or to show necessary strengths to qualify for London Masters in the beautiful Accor Arena. In early October, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka, Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori were thus the first four qualified for London. This means that Berdych, Monfils and Thiem should work harder to give their best tennis at the Paris Masters. We also count on Cilic, Kyrgios, Puglia, Tsonga… Nadal should be absent though, due to persistent wrist pains.
Here is the list of the 39 qualified players:
– Novak Djokovic (SRB) 1
– Andy Murray (GBR) 2
– Stan Wawrinka (SUI), No. 3
– Rafael Nadal (SPA), No. 4
– Kei Nishikori (JPN), No. 5
– Milos Raonic (CAN) 6
– Gael Monfils (FRA), 8
– Tomas Berdych (CZE), No. 9
– Dominic Thiem (AUS), No. 10
– Marin Cilic (CRO), No. 11
– Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA), No. 12
– David Ferrer (SPA), No. 13
– David Goffin (BEL), No. 14
– Nick kyrgios (AUS), No. 15
– Roberto Bautista Agut (SPA), No. 16
– Richard Gasquet (FRA), No. 17
– Lucas Pouille (FRA), No. 18
– Pablo Cuevas (URU), No. 19
– Ivo Karlovic (CRO), No. 20
– Grigor Dimitrov (BUL), No. 21
– Bernard Tomic (AUS), No. 22
– Steve Johnson (USA), No. 23
– Jack Sock (USA), No. 24
– John Isner (USA), No. 25
– Feliciano Lopez (SPA), No. 26
– Alexander Zverev (GER), No. 27
– Gilles Simon (FRA), No. 28
– Sam Querrey (USA), No. 29
– Philipp Kohlschreiber (GER), No. 30
– Martin Klizan (SVK), No. 31
– Albert Ramos-Vinolas (SPA), No. 32
– Viktor Troicki (SRB) 33
– Joao Sousa (POR), No. 34
– Paolo Lorenzi (ITA), No. 35
– Marcos Baghdatis (CYP), No. 36
– Gilles Muller (LUX), No. 37
– Benoit Paire (FRA), No. 38
– Pablo Carreño (SPA), 39
Add to this 6-skilled, 3 wild cards and one special free that will complement the picture of the best tennis players of the moment.
Where can you watch the Paris Masters 2016 when you are abroad?
Canal + private TV channel will cover most of the matches but you have to subscribe to its service. Another French TV W9 will broadcast one semifinal Saturday, November 5th and final Sunday, on November 6th.
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