For the second consecutive year, the Monte-Carlo Country Club is preparing to host the Tennis Europe Junior Masters Monte-Carlo 2022.
From October 26 to 28, the clay courts of the Monte-Carlo Country Club, which host the prestigious Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, will be occupied by the elite of young European players.
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The eight best boys and eight best girls in the under-14 and under-16 categories will be present in Monaco to try to succeed the winners of the big names who have already won the event in the past, such as Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev, Kim Clijsters or even Belinda Bencic.
The first eight qualifiers have already been announced. These are the four winners as well as the four finalists per category of the European Junior Championships 2022. We will thus find Alena Kovackova (CZE), Thijs Boogaard (NED), Mia Pohankova (SVK) and Diego Dedura-Palomero (GER) among the -14 years and Mia Ristic (SRB), Joel Schwaerzler (AUT), Marta Soriano (ESP) and Martin Landaluce (ESP) in the -16 years.
The full set revealed on October 10
They will be joined by the Top 6 in their categories at the Monte-Carlo Country Club from October 26. The names of all the qualifiers will be known on October 10.
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“It is with great pleasure that we are preparing to host the Tennis Europe Junior Masters Monte-Carlo for the second consecutive year.declared the President of the Monegasque Tennis Federation and the Monte-Carlo Country Club, Mélanie-Antoinette de Massy. I am delighted to be able to receive in the Principality these young champions who will certainly constitute the future elite of world tennis. »
Last year, Bosnian Marko Maksimovic won the boys’ tournament, while Russia’s Maria Masiianskaia won the girls’ tournament.