The hit of a tennis ball against a racket is one of the most satisfying sounds in the world of proffesional sports. The pleasure becomes even more greater when it comes to Monte-Carlo tournament, supported by Rolex. Even the name of famous luxury epicenter create images of lavish and indulgent surroundings. In the last decades, Monte Carlo remains one of the must-see destinations on the Mediterranean coastline. And the best period to visit Monte-Carlo is traditionally between april and may.
For over a century, the sport’s greatest players have gathered on its red clay courts perched between sea and sky. For nine days, 56 players will battle out before a final decides the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters champion. Dating back to 1897, this prestigious tournament, held since 1928 at the Monte-Carlo Country Club, is a highlight on the international tennis circuit. The setting – with its twenty courts is considered one of the most beautiful in the world.
The 2018 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters will be played from 14 April through 22 April 2018.
With effect from Friday, March 31st 2023, Rolex boutique Porto Montenegro will be welcoming again admirers of an exquisite timepieces.
The Oyster Perpetual Air-King celebrates the aeronautical heritage of the original Oyster. It pays tribute to those for whom the sky was a new frontier of adventure, exploration and groundbreaking achievement – a springboard for new ideals.
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