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Hello Monaco Magazine: Spring 2024 edition is now available

Spring has sprung! The French Riviera is coming to life with lots of exciting events in store for us.

These days Monaco is flooded with fans eager to see the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters opening the European tennis season. The Top-10 ATP ranked players are expected, led by Novak Djokovic (No. 1). With his near-perfect 2023, he is a three Grand Slam holder this year. Carlos Alcaraz (No. 2), the 2024 Australian Open winner Jannik Sinner (No. 3), Daniil Medvedev (No. 4), the 2023 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters winner Andrey Rublev (No. 5), Alexander Zverev (No. 6), the 2023 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters finalist Holger Rune (No. 7), Hubert Hurkacz (No. 8), Kasper Ruud (No. 9) and Alex de Minaur (No. 10) — they are all competing for the champion’s title! Not to forget the two-time Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters winner, Stefanos Tsitsipas (No. 11). All these tennis celebrities will be meeting in Monaco! Our spring edition therefore has a special section for you: fun facts from the history of one of this world’s oldest tennis tournaments.

Once the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters is over, the Principality will be deafened by a triple engine roar. This year Monaco is hosting the Historic Grand Prix, Formula-E and the Formula-1 Grand Prix. Read more about the famous racing drivers currently living in Monaco.

Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters 2024
Agence Carte Blanche/Realis/Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters 2024

Our magazine traditionally covers the Principality’s history. This time you will learn more about the revival of the Monegasque language and the saddest Christmas in the life of Honoré Grimaldi, the first Prince of Monaco.

Jean-Christophe Maillot
Jean-Christophe Maillot. Credit: Alice Blangero
Zhang Zhang
Zhang Zhang © Marco Strullu
Jessica Sbaraglia
Jessica Sbaraglia. Credit: Terrae

Our WOW column three special guests have one thing in common: courage to remain their own-selves despite stereotypes and expectations. The Monte-Carlo Ballets’ Director, Jean-Christophe Maillot, has an amazing talent of reuniting classical dance and modern choreography. The world-famous violinist, Zhang Zhang, let her difficult childhood in communist China shape her into a person who is not afraid to defend her own opinion. Jessica Sbaraglia came to Monaco with the intention of opening her own design studio, but eventually realized that nothing brings her more happiness than working on the land.

Embark on an exciting Bond style journey with “From Monaco with Love” and Tom Claeren’s photo shoot. The unique charm of the Principality and its chic glamour is newly interpreted by our own version of agent 007.

Enjoy your reading!
Olga Taran

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