Tennis Masters Rome 2024: broadcast, schedule, favorites & betting odds

The Rome Masters 2024 is the third major clay court tournament this year and the fifth Masters1000 event in total this season.

The tournament in the Italian capital will take place this year from May 8 to 19. As always, the tournament will be played at the Foro Italico near Rome’s Olympic Stadium.

Here you can find all the information about the Rome Masters 2024: TV and streaming coverage, match schedule, favorites with tournament winner betting odds and the prize money

ATP Rome 2024: Date & broadcast

Date & match schedule: When is the Rome Masters 2024?

The Rome Masters 2023, officially also known as The Internazionali BNL d’Italia , is traditionally held in May and is the third clay court Masters on the ATP Tour after Monte Carlo and Madrid.

This year, the tournament will take place from May 8 to 19. For the second time since last year, the tournament, like the two Masters events in Indian Wells and Miami, will be played over two weeks.

The clay court classic will be held at the Foro Italico, a large tennis facility near the Olympic Stadium.

Qualifying is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday (May 6 and 7).

The main competition of the Rome Masters 2024 begins with the first first-round matches on Wednesday. The Rome Masters 2024 schedule includes the second and third round matches as well as the round of 16 until Thursday (May 9). The four matches from the quarter-finals will be played on Friday, May 17.

Saturday (May 18) on the Masters Rome 2024 schedule is reserved for the two semi-finals. The final will take place on Sunday, May 19.

ATP Rome 2024 broadcast live on TV and stream

Where will the third clay court Masters of the year be broadcast live?

The live broadcast of the Rome Masters 2024 will be available in Germany exclusively on Sky on TV and via livestream.

Sky will broadcast the “Italo Masters” live every day from 12:00 noon from the first day of the main round (Wednesday, May 8).

The times will change in the second week. The quarter-finals (Fri., 17.5.) will take place from 13:00, the semi-finals in the Rome Masters broadcast will run on Saturday from 14:00 and the final on Sunday (19.5.) will be broadcast live from 15:30.

The Rome Masters 2024 favorites & participants

Who will win the Masters tournament in Rome?

In the Rome Masters 2024 predictions, there are many contenders to win the tournament in the Foro Italico, because there is no clay court dominator this season.

And: With Novak Djokovic, the number 1 in the ATP world rankings will also be back!

After surprisingly canceling the Madrid Masters, Novak Djokovic returns to the big tennis stage in Rome. But can he also be counted among the Rome Masters 2024 favorites?

The former Serbian champion has only played three tournaments so far this season. The Australian Open in January, Indian Wells in March and the Masters tournament in Monte Carlo in April. Following his triumph in Melbourne, the 36-year-old Serb recently suffered two early defeats.

However, Djokovic has already won the Italian Masters in Rome six times, most recently in 2022, and reached the semi-finals last year.

Nevertheless, there are likely to be a few other players who are seen as favourites for the Rome Masters 2024 in the run-up to the event

Such as the Spanish clay court specialist Carlos Alcaraz. The world number three is always up for a tournament win on the red clay.

Jannik Sinner, the world number two, is also a possible Rome winner. Especially as he could possibly also take first place in the world rankings after the Masters in Rome – depending on how Djokovic performs in the Foro Italico.

Stefanos Tsitsipas’ name could also appear on the Rome Masters 2024 schedule for a little longer. The Greek won the Masters1000 tournament in Monte Carlo this spring and reached the final of the ATP500 tournament in Barcelona the following week. At the Masters in Madrid, however, he had to retire early again

But the Scandinavian duo Holger Rune (DEN) and Caspar Ruud (NOR) are also among the candidates to win the tournament. Rune reached the final last year, Ruud has played a strong clay court season so far (victory in Barcelona).

And then there is still the clay court king Rafael Nadal. He made his comeback in Barcelona, but had to retire in round 2. Things went better for the Spaniard in Madrid. Nadal has won a total of ten times in Rome so far. Will title number 11 follow this year?

Daniil Medvedev, for example, who won the “Italo Masters” last year, or Germany’s number 1 Alexander Zverev, who also gets on quite well on the Roman clay court, could also help him

Masters Rome 2024 prize money & world ranking points

The total prize money of the Masters1000 tournament in Rome this year amounts to 5,950,575 euros.

The tournament winner will receive €963,225, almost a million. He can also look forward to 1000 world ranking points. The finalist can console himself with €512,260 and 650 points for the world ranking.

Those who reach the semi-finals will go home with 284,590 euros and 400 ATP points. For the quarter-finals, the reward is 161,995 euros and 200 world ranking points.

The ATP tournament, which features 96 players in the main competition, rewards everyone from the 1st round onwards. Each player receives 10 points and 20,360 euros for participating in the main event.

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