- Location: Paris, France
- Schedule: Monday, October 27 - Sunday, November 2
- Begins on: Men's --Monday, October 27 Women's -- Monday, January 27
- Draw Size: S-48 D-24
- Surface: Indoor Hard
- Prize Money: Men's -- 2,884,675 Women's -- $710,000
- Tournament Director: WTA Tournament Director: Mauresmo / Brunet
- Official Website: www.fft.fr/en/bnp-paribas-masters-official-website-0
- TV Schedule / Paris Live Streaming
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|Former Men's Paris Tennis Champions:
2009 Novak Djokovic
2008 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
2007 David Nalbandian
2006 Nikolay Davydenko
2005 Tomas Berdych
2004 Marat Safin
2003 Tim Henman
2002 Marat Safin
2001 Sebastien Grosjean
2000 Marat Safin
1999 Andre Agassi
1998 Greg Rusedski
1997 Pete Sampras
1996 Thomas Enqvist
1995 Pete Sampras
1994 Andre Agassi
1993 Goran Ivanisevic
1992 Boris Becker
1991 Guy Forget
1990 Stefan Edberg
1989 Boris Becker
1988 Amos Mansdorf
1987 Tim Mayotte
1986 Boris Becker
1982 Wojtek Fibak
1981 Mark Vines
1980 Brian Gottfried
1979 Harold Solomon
1978 Robert Lutz
1977 Corrado Barazzutti
1976 Eddie Dibbs
1975 Tom Okker
1974 Brian Gottfried
1973 Ilie Nastase
1972 Stan Smith
1971 Arthur Ashe
1970 Arthur Ashe
1969 Tom Okker
1968 Milan Holecek
The latest Paris tournament news:
- Serena Williams Conquers Bencic, Yips at Australian Open
- Serena Williams has the yips.
You saw it much in 2016. Double faults on match points. Footwork going out the door. Pained look on the face.
On Tuesday at the Australian Open, leading Belinda Bencic 6-4, 5-0, it was ano...
- Angelique Kerber: The Challenge Of Staying No. 1 Is Different And Difficult, But It's A Privilege
- RBER: To be honest, I think it's the same feeling than when I won the Australian Open last year and I came to Paris and everything was new. Now that it's just I'm the No. 1. It's new as well, but I think the same situation.
- My 2017 Top 10: Is It Novak Djokovic Or Andy Murray, And Can They Hold Off The Next Wave?
- inic Thiem
Has to adapt better to surfaces other than clay, and will have a big chunk of points to defend in Paris.
5. Roger Federer
With no points to defend after Wimbledon, I think even at 36 he can do some damage. Wil...
- Will Carlos Moya Really Add Anything To Rafael Nadal's Game?
- at his age he wants one thing: win more Grand Slams. It's a very tough ask but I think he still can do it in Paris but he needs a new perspective and Moya can help with that.
Under Toni and Roig, etc, Nadal was going stal...
- Andy Murray's 2016 Achievements
- old medal (Rio Olympics)
* First French Open final (completes set of finals at all 4 Slam)
* First Rome and Paris Indoors Masters titles
* Broke serve in all 87 matches played
* Won his 600th career match
* Played his 80...
- Marin Cilic Targets A Top 5 Ranking And A Grand Slam Title In 2017 - Good For Him!
- ustralia - where he's made the semifinals - and puts together a good run at Indian Wells or Miami or later in Paris or Wimbledon, who knows?
Good for him for targeting the top of the sport. ...
- Murray v Raonic, Djokovic v Nishikori In Chase For No. 1; ATP Finals SF Picks And Pans
- l, the Wimbledon final and now in the ATP year-end semis. And they were to have played a few weeks ago in the Paris semis before Raonic withdrew with a quad injury.
That withdrawal gave Murray the No. 1 ranking. Now Raoni...
- Djokovic Overcomes Slow Start, Raonic Rolls; Murray Opens Play Monday At ATP Finals
"I gave myself a lot of opportunities," said Raonic who had a quad injury which forced him out of Paris. "I played well. I took care of my serve very efficiently. All those things came together nicely. I competed ...