- Location: Rome, Italy
- Schedule: Sunday, May 11 - Sunday, May 18
- Begins on: Men's --Sunday, May 11 Women's -- Monday, May 12
- Draw Size: S-56 D-24
- Surface: Clay
- Prize Money: Men's -- 2,884,675 Women's -- $0
- Tournament Director: WTA Tournament Director: Sergio Palmieri
- Official Website: www.internazionalibnlditalia.com/
- TV Schedule / Rome Live Streaming
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|Former Men's Rome Tennis Champions:
2009 Rafael Nadal
2008 Novak Djokovic
2007 Rafael Nadal
2006 Rafael Nadal
2005 Rafael Nadal
2004 Carlos Moya
2003 Felix Mantilla
2002 Andre Agassi
2001 Juan Carlos Ferrero
2000 Magnus Norman
1999 Gustavo Kuerten
1998 Marcelo Rios
1997 Alex Corretja
1996 Thomas Muster
1995 Thomas Muster
1994 Pete Sampras
1993 Jim Courier
1992 Jim Courier
1991 Emilio Sanchez
1990 Thomas Muster
1989 Alberto Mancini
1988 Ivan Lendl
1987 Mats Wilander
1986 Ivan Lendl
1985 Yannick Noah
1984 Andres Gomez
1983 Jimmy Arias
1982 Andres Gomez
1981 Jose-Luis Clerc
1980 Guillermo Vilas
1979 Vitas Gerulaitis
1978 Bjorn Borg
1977 Vitas Gerulaitis
1976 Adriano Panatta
1975 Raul Ramirez
1974 Bjorn Borg
1973 Ilie Nastase
1972 Manuel Orantes
1971 Rod Laver
1970 Ilie Nastase
1969 John Newcombe
1968 Tom Okker
The latest Rome tournament news:
- Federer, Tsitsipas, Venus v Svitolina All On Opening Day Sunday At The French Open
- ning from an ankle injury, will meet the young Russian teen Anastasia Potapova who makes her French debut.
Rome winner Karolina Pliskova and Belinda Bencic are also in action on a big Sunday.
SUNDAY FRENCH OPEN SCHEDUL...
- Dominic Thiem: My Goal Is To Win The French, But Rafa Is The Huge Favorite
- gonna be very interesting two weeks."
The 25-year-old Thiem, who won Barcelona then reached semifinals in Rome before a opening match exit in Rome, will play Monday against Tommy Paul. The Austrian could meet Gael Monfil...
- Roger Federer: Winning The French Title? That's A Question Mark
- n for me, and this is the case this year. I'm really happy to be back in Paris."
Federer who withdrew from Rome due to a knee, is happy where he is health-wise.
"I have been able to train hard enough, and I've also had...
- Men's French Open Preview: No One Stopping Nadal, Tough Draw For Djokovic
- Thiem there and then I like him to beat Delpo in the quarters and return to the final four. Delpo did well in Rome and while I worry about the best-of-5, I like the Argentine's draw with Nico Jarry to start (a tough opener),...
- World No. 1 Novak Djokovic Celebrates 32nd Birthday Wednedsay
- is bid for a second French Open title and a second Career Slam.
After a loss Sunday to Rafael Nadal in the Rome final, Djokovic tipped the Spaniard as the favorite to win again in Paris.
"Nadal, number one favorite, wi...
- Roger Federer Is Back At The French Open! [Video]
- After four years away, Roger Federer returned to Roland Garros yesterday, hitting on the newly-renovated Philippe Chatrier Court for the first time.
Federer's last match at the French was a 2015 quarterfinal loss to Stan ...
- Pliskova Wins Biggest Clay Title Of Career, Overwhelms Konta In Rome
- na Pliskova collected the biggest clay court title of her career Sunday beating Johanna Konta 6-3, 6-4 to win Rome.
It was Pliskova's 13th career title, third on clay and second of the season. It also moves her to No. 2 i...
- Nadal Pounds Away At Djokovic For Rome Title, Goes Into Paris As Clear French Favorite
- ay in Italy, he capped it off taking care of rival Novak Djokovic convincingly 6-0, 4-6, 6-1 to win his ninth Rome title.
"What means most to me is this trophy," Nadal said after winning his first title of the season. "Ro...