Top 5 Photos 4/13: Play resumes in Monte Carlo on Day 3Apr 13, 2021
Cheers and tears: Andy Murray wins Queen's Club returnBy Jun 15, 2021
Doubles Take: Roland Garros is in the booksBy Jun 15, 2021
Top 5 Photos: Lopez, Karatsev kick off grass-court campaigns at Queen's Club.By Jun 14, 2021
Wozniacki welcomes first child, daughter Olivia alongside husband David LeeBy Jun 14, 2021
In first ATP grass-court match, Sebastian Korda defeats Roberto Bautista Agut in styleBy Jun 14, 2021
Swiatek reconnects with Tecnifibre to create signature racquetBy Jun 14, 2021
Fichman airs out Roland Garros grievancesBy Jun 14, 2021
Player of the week: Barbora KrejcikovaBy Jun 14, 2021
Stat of the Day: Novak Djokovic becomes first man in Open Era with a Double Career SlamBy Jun 14, 2021
Top 5 Photos 4/13: Play resumes in Monte Carlo on Day 3
Published Apr 13, 2021
Following a near wash-out on Monday, there was a lot of action to take in on Day 3 at the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters.
These are the Top 5 photos from Tuesday in Monaco. (All photos Getty Images)
Bidding for his maiden Masters 1000 title, the 22-year-old Greek aced Aslan Karatsev with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over the in-form Russian. Despite a strong start to 2021, Tsitsipas has yet to win a title this season.
The 14th seed had a good day at the office, taking out Jan-Lennard Struff, 6-3, 6-4. For spot in the round of 16, Dimitrov will meet Jeremy Chardy. He leads the Frenchman 3-2 in their head-to-head series.
Having suspended most of its Day 2 action due to rain, play resumed on Tuesday in the Principality without any interruption.
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
The Spaniard’s stay in Monte Carlo is shaping up to be a dream. Following his win over Alex De Minaur in the opening round, Davidovich Fokina stunned eighth-seeded Matteo Berrettini, 7-5, 6-3, to punch his ticket to the third round.
The German lost in the qualifying round to Alexei Popyrin but is sticking around. Hanfmann watched some of Wednesday’s action from a window on Wednesday.