Monte Carlo Country Club

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Monte Carlo Country Club
Terrains Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters 1000.JPG
LocationRoquebrune-Cap-Martin, France
Coordinates43°45′06″N 7°26′27″E / 43.751667°N 7.440728°E / 43.751667; 7.440728Coordinates: 43°45′06″N 7°26′27″E / 43.751667°N 7.440728°E / 43.751667; 7.440728
Capacity10,000 (Tennis)
Surfaceclay
Opened1928
Tenants
Monte-Carlo Masters (Tennis) (present)

Monte Carlo Country Club (MCCC) is the home of the ATP's Monte Carlo Masters tournament. It is also the base of the Monte Carlo Tennis Academy.

Despite the club's name, it is not located in Monte Carlo or even in Monaco; it is actually located in the commune of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin in the Alpes-Maritimes department of France, just outside Monaco's northeastern border.[1]

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  1. ^ "Itinéraires d'acèss au Masters Series Monte-Carlo" (in French). Monte Carlo Masters. Archived from the original (JPEG) on 2008-02-29. Retrieved 2008-02-22.

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