2024 Monte-Carlo Masters Odds, Picks, and Tennis Betting Analysis

2024 Monte-Carlo Masters Odds, Picks, and Tennis Betting Analysis

The Monte-Carlo Masters, an ATP 1000 outdoor clay courts tournament, began on Sunday and runs until April 14 at the Monte Carlo Country Club in France. It’s the 117th edition of one of the oldest clay court tournaments in the world and features all of the top players in the world, including world No. 1 Novak Djokovic, 2024 Australian Open winner and world No. 2 Jannik Sinner, and world No. 3 Carlos Alcaraz.

Two of the top-16 seeds – Taylor Fritz (No. 13) and Alexander Bublik (No. 16) – were eliminated from the 56-player draw on Sunday.

Let’s look at the betting odds for the Monte-Carlo Masters for the top three, odds-on-favorites to win the most prestigious golf tournament in the world.


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2024 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters | 117th edition of the Monte-Carlo Masters
ATP Masters 1000

April 7th – April 14th, 2024
Monte Carlo Country Club, Monte Carlo, Monaco


A Review of the Top 3 Seeds

1. Novak Djokovic

Djokovic is still the world No. 1 but his grip on the top player status is weakening. He was as dominant as ever in 2023, winning three grand slams and the Nitto ATP Finals, but he didn’t look as sharp as usual in the Australian Open, losing to Sinner in the semi-final in four sets. He then returned to action at Indian Wells, only to lose to unseeded Luca Nardi in the Round of 32. He withdrew from the Miami Open to focus on Monte-Carlo, where he has a chance to become the first player in ATP Tour history to win the triple career Golden Masters, which means winning all nine Masters tournaments at least three times.

Djokovic won in Monte-Carlo in 2013 and 2015. Andrey Rublev is the defending champion at the tournament, while Stefanos Tsitsipas won in both 2021 and 2022. Djokovic, who will turn 37 in May, is the oldest world No. 1 in history. He’s 8-3 this season and is almost certain to lose the top spot in the world rankings soon with those behind him playing more tournaments. 


2. Jannik Sinner

Sinner improved to No. 2 in the world rankings a little more than a week ago with his victory at the Miami Open. The 22-year-old Italian is having a breakthrough campaign on the ATP Tour and looks unbeatable through the first quarter of the season. He heas beaten Djokovic three times alone since the ATP Finals last year and is a remarkable 22-1 with his only loss coming to Alcaraz at Indian Wells. He rarely even loses a set in his matches, although clay has been his worst surface over the years, so he may be in tough to keep his dominant start to the season going.


3. Carlos Alcaraz

If there’s ever a tournament at which Alcaraz can reassert himself as the best and most exciting young player in the sport it’s at Monte-Carlo. Alcaraz, a two-time grand slam champion, has taken a back seat to Sinner early this season, but he’s clearly the best clay court player on the ATP Tour with Rafael Nadal nearing the end of his career and rarely playing due to injuries. However, he did reveal before the start of the tournament that he has had a lingering ankle injury that might make things difficult early in the tournament as he adjusts to the clay surface.


ATP Monte-Carlo Masters Betting Prediction

Clay is Sinner’s worst surface and Alcaraz has lingering injury issues, while Djokovic hasn’t had the best start to the season. The Monte-Carlo Masters has the making of a tournament where someone outside of the new "Big 3" surprises and earns a career-defining victory. Djokovic may make at least the semi-final based on his favorable draw and, assuming he doesn’t have to go past Alcaraz, could be a finalist. However, expect a strong performance from fifth seed Alexander Zverev, who has been in contention in every tournament this year but been unable to break through. He could get his first win of the season in Monte-Carlo.

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Carlos Alcaraz -110
Stefanos Tsitsipas +900
Daniil Medvedev +1100
Alexander Zverev +1600
Casper Ruud +2000
Holger Rune +2000
Lorenzo Musetti +2800
Felix Auger-Aliassime +2800
Andrey Rublev +3300
Taylor Fritz +3300

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2023 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters Odds, Picks, and Tennis Betting Analysis

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The clay court season is officially here as the ATP Tour heads back to Europe for the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters 1000 event. This event kicks off the run up to the French Open, with tournaments coming in Spain and Italy before the crown jewel of the clay season at Roland Garros.

The Monte Carlos Masters takes place at the Monte Carlo Country Club in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France, on the border of Monaco. The bad news for this year’s event is the injury withdraw of three Top 10 players, including 11-time Monte Carlo champion Rafael Nadal. Carlos Alcaraz, the No. 1 ranked player in the world, and Felix Auger-Alisassime have also been forced out with injury.

Their omission leaves Novak Djokovic as the clear favorite and the No. 1 seed. Two-time defending champion Stefanos Tsitsopas is the No. 2 seed, Daniil Medvedev is No. 3, and Casper Ruud is No. 4. Ruud won the Estoril Open on Sunday, while Medvedev is the only player to beat Djokovic, so far in 2023.

Let’s take a look at the ATP odds for the 2023 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters and some of the first-round odds at MyBookie.

2023 ATP Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters Odds, Picks, and Tennis Betting Analysis

2023 Monte-Carlo Masters
When: 8–16 April, 2023
Category: ATP Tour 1000 series
Where: Monte-Carlo Country Club, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France
Surface: Clay / outdoor

Djokovic the Favorite

Djokovic hasn’t played in the last three events as he wasn’t allowed in the United States for Indian Wells or Miami, and he took last week off. Still, he is going to be the favorite in any event he enters, and this is no exception. The Serbian has won at Monte Carlo twice, but his last title came in 2015.

In fact, not only is Djokovic the favorite this week, but he is a big favorite at -105. The draw could have been kinder as Djokovic potentially faces red-hot Janik Sinner in the quarterfinals and Medvedev in the semis.

Tsitsipas Can’t Be Overlooked

The 2023 season has been an up-and-down one for Tsitsipas, with some unexpected losses but also deep runs. This is an event where he has excelled, winning the last two years though he didn’t face Djokovic, Alcaraz, Medvedev, or Nadal en route to either title. He is listed at +700 to win a third-straight Monte Carlos Master.

With Djokovic last reaching the quarters of this event in 2019, Tsitsipas could benefit from his draw position. American Taylor Fritz is a potential quarterfinal opponent, with Ruud looming in the semis. But Tsitsipas wouldn’t have to face Djokovic, Medvedev, or Sinner until the final.

Medvedev on a Mission

Medvedev has reached at least the semis in every tournament this season except the Australian Open. He is 4-1 in finals with titles at Miami, Dubai, Doha, and Rotterdam. Overall he is 29-3 in 2023, but this will be his first event on clay.

Medvedev is 18-23 in his career on clay, and he doesn’t have a clay court title. His best clay court tournament was a finals loss at the 2019 Barcelona Open, and his best run at the French Open was the quarter-finals in 2021. He is +1200 to win at Monte Carlos this week.

Sinner, Ruud Both Can Win

The other two players with odds in the top five are Sinner and Ruud. Both are listed at +1100 for this week. Ruud won in Portugal on Sunday after not getting past the second match in any tournament this season. He is ranked No. 5 in the world and has a career record of 103-37 on clay and nine of his 10 career titles have come on the surface.

Sinner is enjoying a breakout season, and the 21-year-old Italian is ranked No. 9 in the world. He is 21-5 this season with two losses to Medvedev, one to Alcaraz, and a title at Montpellier. For his career, Sinner is 35-17 with one title on clay, and this could line up to be his biggest career triumph to date.

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ATP 2022 Monte-Carlo Masters Betting Analysis and Odds Favorites

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MyBookie is back with another free tennis tournament betting preview. Today, we take a look at the ATP 1000: Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters and provide you with all the information you’ll need to bet on the second ATP 1000 event of the year, including who are the ATP Betting favorites to hoist the trophy and which underdogs should you trail.

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Players To Watch

Novak Djokovic

The world no.1, Novak Djokovic, has found himself in the same quarter of the draw as the future number one, Carlos Alcaraz, who enters Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters off the back of his recent success in Miami.

This means that only one of the two top dogs of the tournament can reach the semis, and it’s more than fair to say that one of the two will.

Djokovic is the bookie’s favorite to win, which is fair, but you could argue that his price is a bit too short, considering the circumstances.

We all know that Djokovic is an elite-level talent, as well as the reigning French Open champion who has won the event twice in the past. Moreover, with Nadal injured, Djokovic will likely fancy his chances to do it again, but that’s all but guaranteed.

Only Djokovic knows what sort of form he is in right now, considering he has played only three matches so far in the 2022 season. Moreover, all of his three matches happened in Dubai way back in February, and his most recent one was a shock defeat against world no.124, Jiri Vesely.

There are way too many “with ifs” to bet on Djokovic at the moment, even though he is technically the best player in the field.

Casper Ruud

Djokovic is not a very good bet at the offered ATP betting odds, but Casper Ruud is. The Norwegian tennis star is known as one of the best clay performers in the world, as evident by the fact that he’s reached SF in the last three clay Masters tournaments. That includes the Monte Carlo Masters last year.

If we look back at 2021, Ruud was third on tour for service games won (86%) on clay, and he was the best seconds serve points winner in the field. Admittedly, his return game isn’t nearly as solid, but only Nadal won more second-serve return points than Ruud.

In 2022, Ruud has already won a clay title in Buenos Aires, where he dropped just one set, while he has also shown incredible form on hard courts, namely in Miami Open, where he made the finals.

Ruud is by no means a perfect player, and he has his weaknesses, but we have to touch on the fact that he has a fairly decent draw and is a solid longshot bet.

Diego Schwartzman

Diego Schwartzman Is the man you want to bet on if you’re looking for an outsider pick. He is one of the best clay-court players on tour, as evident by his past showings in the French Open – two QFs and one SF across his last four visits.

Moreover, he beat Nadal in Rome in 2020. That match is important, knowing that it was played in cold conditions, which clearly suited the Argentine player. And this week’s forecast shows that Monte Carlo won’t be as hot as it usually is, which could potentially help Schwartzman.

Schwartzman has already made QF here before, and seeing how he has been placed in a fairly easy draw, he could be set for a deep run in Monte Carlo that could see him hoist the trophy.

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With the ATP Rolex Masters heading into Tuesday, it’s time to find out who’s in action and which ATP World Tour players are offering the best value in their respective matches. No. 11 seed Karen Kachanov will look to avoid the upset against the dangerous Laslo Djere.

Caligari title winner Lorenzo Sonego is an underdog to record his first win over Marton Fucsovics while No. 9 seeded Pablo Carreno Busta looks to advance after winning it all in Marbella a week ago.

With all that in mind, let’s take a closer look at some of the upcoming matches so you can place your bets against their Tennis odds.

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Tuesday, April 13 Matches

Karen Kachanov Vs Laslo Djere

ATP Odds: Laslo Djere +118 / Karen Kachanov -158

World No. 23 Karen Kachanov is 10-6 on the year while world No. 49 Laslo Djere is 9-8 on the year. These two have never met before but Kachanov is the bigger, younger and far more accomplished player in this matchup. Kachanov is 149-118 in his career with four titles while Djere is a far more modest 61-64 with half as many career titles. Simply put, my money is on the 11th-seeded Karen Kachanov.

Pick: karen Kachanov in 3 Sets

Lorenzo Sonego Vs Marton Fucsovics

ATP Odds: Marton Fucsovics -166 / Lorenzo Sonego +125

World No. 28 Lorenzo Sonego is 10-7 on the year with one title while world No. 40 Marton Fucsovics is 13-5 on the year. More importantly, Fucsovics has won both career head-to-head meetings against the higher ranked Sonego including a 6-4, 6-4 win in Vienna in 2019. Pior to that, Fucsovics beat Sonego 7-5, 4-6, 7-6 (8) on clay in Munich, also in 2019. Lorenzo Sonego might have the higher ranking in this clash, but I like Marton Fucsovics for the win in an absolute thriller. Sonego won the title in Caligari last week by beating Laslo Djere in the finals. Still, I’m going with Fucsovics for the win as the slight favorite.

Pick: Marton Fucsovics in 3 Sets

Stefano Travaglia Vs Pablo Carreno Busta

ATP Odds: Stefano Travaglia +189 / Pablo Carreno Busta -263

World No. 67 Stefano Travaglia is 7-7 on the year and 23-35 at the ATP level in his career since turning pro in 2008. World No. 12 Pablo Carreno Busta is 8-3 on the year with one title. Carreno Busta is 200-169 in his career with five titles. While these two have never met, Pable Carreno Busta is by far, the better and more accomplished of the two 29-year-olds. Not only will the ninth-seeded Carreno Busta cruise to the win in this match, but I expect the Spanaird to make a run for the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters win after claiming the title in Marbella a week ago.

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2017 ATP Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters Betting Preview

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With the 2017 Monte Carlo Rolex Masters getting underway on Sunday, April 16, racquet betting enthusiast now have a great opportunity to cash in on some ATP action as the clay court season gets underway.

Thanks to the expert betting analysis that you’re about to get on this year’s event, you’re going to have a great chance to  cash in early and often over the course of the prestigious Masters 100 tournament. Now, let’s get down to business and take a look at the current tennis betting predictions.

In Depth Analysis On The ATP Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters Betting Preview

2017 ATP Tour Monte Carlo Masters

Date: Sunday, April 16th – Sunday, April 23rd, 2017
Location: Monte Carlo Country Club, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France

Analysis: Let’s get started with who’s in and who’s out of this year’s Monte Carlo Rolex Masters.

The most dominant player in the world this year, the legendary and incendiary Roger Federer won’t be in this year’s field, so he’s not winning. 2016 runner-up Gael Monfils, powerful young Aussie star Nick Kyrgios and big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic are also not in the field this year.

Unfortunately for everyone else, nine-time Monte Carlo winner Rafael Nadal is in the field and looking to get his record 10th win in Monte Carlo after losing in three finals this year, including twice to Federer.

Also in the field are World No. 1 Andy Murray and two-time champion and world No. 2 Novak Djokovic and both players are looking to get on track after falling at the Australian Open and suffering mysterious elbow injuries prior to Miami.

Also in the field is 2014 champion Stan Wawrinka, former U.S. Open winner Marin Cilic and young stars, Grigor Dimitrov, Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev.

Now, after taking an in-depth look at the draw, I’m going with a final four that includes longshot Borna Coric, Wawrinka, Nadal and Djokovic.

I like Wawrinka to get past Coric in one semifinal while Nadal falls to a desperate Djokovic in the other semis. For my finals pick, I’m going to urge you to back Novak Djokovic to beat Murray while getting back to playing like the dominant player he has been for the better part of the last five years.

For his part, Djokovic says he is seriously motivated and will basically be playing ‘at home’ as he spends a vast amount of his off court time in Monte Carlo.

“It’s great to be in a place where I spend the most time when I’m not traveling. This is where I call home and where my training camp is, so I spend a lot of time on these courts,” said Djokovic. “It’s just very comfortable here. I sleep in my own bed. The family, friends and food that I like and are part of my daily routine are here. It’s a very special week for me and I’ve had that feeling for many years.”

Djokovic says he’s fully healthy now – and that’s not a good thing for everyone in the field, Nadal included.

“The elbow is fine now. I’ve been training for the past couple of weeks, playing Davis Cup and making the transition to clay that’s very demanding for the body. I was skeptical of how my elbow would react to the heavy balls on clay, but it’s been good so far,” said Djokovic. “I’ve paid a lot of attention to recovery since having to miss Miami and am now in shape to compete. My Davis Cup match (against Ramos-Vinolas) went really well. It was my best serving match in the past six or seven months, so hopefully it can keep going well here.”



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