The final list of those qualified for the Tennis Europe Junior Masters Monte-Carlo are drawn up. There will therefore be 8 per category to compete for the Title from October 26th to 28th on the courts of the Monte-Carlo Country Club.
Nearly 17 European countries will be represented, with large delegations from Romania, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Monegasque Qualifies to Compete for European Title
The Monegasque Tennis Federation is very proud of the first participation of one of its players, Lenny Petit, who will defend the Monegasque colours in the under-14 category (boys). A deserved reward for Lenny who won three titles this year: Ensana Piestany Cup (Slovakia), Riga Open (Latvia) and Liepaja International (Latvia) without forgetting a final in Barcelona (Emilio Sanchez Academy U14). Ranked 7th in the Tennis Europe “Race to Monte-Carlo” ranking, Lenny will represent Monaco on the clay courts of the Monte-Carlo Country Club which welcome the best players in the world every April.
There is no doubt that among these young champions are future big names in world tennis. Let’s not forget that Rafael Nadal in 2000; Alexandre Zverev in 2011 and Kim Klijsters in 1997 won the Tennis Europe Junior Masters.
Placed under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco and under the Presidency of Mélanie-Antoinette de Massy, this event, disputed for the second consecutive year in Monaco, will be broadcast live on Monaco Info (the finals: Friday October 28, 2022 from 10 a.m.) and on the Tennis Channel streaming site, the world’s leading tennis channel.
The Monte-Carlo Country Club will exceptionally be accessible to all free of charge throughout the duration of the competition in order to attend the matches:
Wednesday October 26th, 2022: First round (from 10 a.m.).
Thursday October 27th, 2022: semi-finals and classification matches (from 10 a.m.).
Friday October 28th, 2022: Finals and classification matches (from 10 a.m.).
Good luck to all these young champions!