Sumit Nagal Exits from Monte Carlo, World No. 7 Defeats Sumit in Round 2

India’s top-ranked tennis player, Sumit Nagal, has been knocked out of the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters. In the second round, he was defeated by world number 7, Holger Rune. This marks the end of the Indian player’s journey in the tournament.

Rohan Bopanna’s Pair Exits Monte Carlo

India’s Rohan Bopanna and his Australian partner Matthew Ebden were defeated in the round of 32 of the men’s doubles at the Monte Carlo Masters 2024. They lost in a match lasting an hour and 16 minutes to Salvadoran Marcelo Arevalo and Croat Mate Pavic with a score of 3-6, 6-7 (6-8). This pair had won the 2024 Australian Open earlier this year.

First Indian Player in Monte Carlo’s Main Draw in 42 Years

Sumit Nagal becomes the first Indian player to reach the main draw of the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters in 42 years. The last time was in 1982 when Ramesh Krishnan secured his place in the singles event.

Sumit Nagal’s Performance Shines Bright This Year

Sumit Nagal has shown an impressive performance this year. He started by defeating Alexander Bublik to win the Australian Open, his first Grand Slam title. Following this, he won the Chennai Open and climbed to the top 100 in the ATP rankings. At the start of the past week, Nagal achieved his career-best ranking of 95.

What is the Monte Carlo Masters?

The Monte Carlo Masters is a tennis tournament for professional male players held in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France. It takes place at the Monte Carlo Country Club and occurs in April. It is organized annually and is part of the ATP Tour as a prestigious ATP Tour Masters 1000 event.

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