Paris Masters 2023: Venue, Schedule, Prize Money, Where To Watch & Predictions
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Paris Masters 2023: Venue, Schedule, Prize Money, Where To Watch & Predictions. Paris Masters is the last Masters 1000 of the season and the final opportunity for players to book their slots in the ATP World Tour Finals. The Paris Masters 2023 will start on 30th October with finals scheduled on 5th November. Almost all elite and top-ranked players participate in the event as they want to fine-tune their preparations for the season-ending prestigious World Tour Finals.     

The defending champion of Paris Masters 2023 is Danish sensation Holger Rune. Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhoof are the defending champions in the Doubles Event. 

2022 Paris Masters Champions 

Men’s Singles: Holger Rune defeated the then World Number 1 Novak Djokovic in a thriller 3-6 6-3 7-5 to win his first Masters 1000 title. 

Men’s Doubles: Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhoof defeated Ivan Dodig and Austin Kraijeck 7-6 6-4 to lift the title. 

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Where Is The Venue?

The Accor Hotels Arena, an indoor stadium in Paris, hosts the event. It underwent a comprehensive redevelopment in 2014 and since then has offered one of the most exhilarating experiences for players and viewers. 

The Accor Hotels Arena has three courts namely the Centre Court, Court 1, and Court 2

Schedule of Paris Masters 2023

The provisional schedule of the Paris Masters 1000 is as follows:

30th October 2023: 1st round Matches 

31st October 2023: 1st and 2nd Round Matches 

1st November: 2nd Round Matches 

2nd November: Round of 16

3rd November: Quarter Finals 

4th November: Semi-finals 

5th November: Finals 

Where To Watch

Country/Region Broadcasters 
China CCTV 
Middle East and Australia BeIN Sports 
India Voot and Sports18
USA Tennis Channel 
Canada TSN
Europe Eurosport 
Latin America ESPN 

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Prize Money for Paris Masters 2023

Position Prize Money (Euros)Prize Money (INR)
Singles Champion € 8363557.36 crores 
Singles Runner Up € 456,7204.02 crores 
Doubles Champion € 282,9602.5 crores 
Doubles Runner-up€147,8401.3 crores 

Predictions for Paris Masters 1000

Novak Djokovic is the overwhelming favorite to win the Paris title once again. He has an impeccable record here and is the only player to defend his title. He successfully defended the title not once but twice in 2014 and 2015. Carlos Alcaraz, former world number 1 and the next big thing in tennis will also fancy his chance as the long season may slightly affect Djokovic’s ability to go all the way.