Paris Masters 2023 schedule and order of play – updated daily

The final Masters 1000 tournament of the ATP 2023 season is upon us, and the Paris Masters schedule already looks mouthwatering. Following the release of the draw over the weekend, it looks like each and every day will offer us something pretty special. And once the qualifiers are done and dusted today (Sunday, October 29th), we will know exactly who is placed where in the draw. Of course, we will then know which matches are set to be involved in the Rolex Paris Masters schedule for the opening few days too.

Paris Masters Schedule 2023

Yet let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves. The goal here is to discuss the Paris Masters schedule in-depth, and this includes the Paris Masters order of play for the start of the event. Moving on from that, you can expect to see daily updates for the order of play as we progress through the tournament. I will stick with these updates all the way through to finals day, which is set to be Sunday, November 5th.

All of these details and other important elements of this fantastic tournament are provided below.

Paris Masters schedule for day five – Wednesday, November 1st

Day five takes us into the middle of the 2023 Paris Masters event. Already, some shocking upsets have come through, such as Alcaraz being taken out by the qualifier, Safiullin last night. Yet at the same time, some fantastic tennis has been on show from the top names in the draw. As for the Rolex Paris Masters schedule today, close to 20 matches are set to be played, and for the singles event, all matches are second-round games. This is different for the scheduled doubles games, which boast a mix of first and second-round games.

Regardless, I’ve shared the complete Paris Masters order of play for day five below.

Court Central – 10:00 start time

Starting with the main show court today, Court Central has a simply phenomenal lineup. In fact, since this tournament is packed into just one week, the order of play today rivals just about any other tournament played during the season in terms of quality. Four of the top ten seeds are playing on Court Central today, including Medvedev, Djokovic, Sinner, and Rune, and the actual matches look highly enticing. 

On that note, check out the order of play for the six scheduled matches on Court Central below:

  • Grigor Dimitrov vs Daniil Medvedev (3)
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas (7) vs Felix Auger-Aliassime
  • Novak Djokovic (1) vs Tomas Martin Etcheverry
  • Ugo Humbert vs Alexander Zverev (10)
  • Dominic Thiem (Q) vs Holger Rune (6) (Not Before 18:30)
  • Jannik Sinner (4) vs Mackenzie McDonald (Not Before 19:30)

Court 1 – 10:00 start time

Several of the ‘second tier’ seeds are set to play on Court 1 today. In fact, the Paris Masters schedule for Court 1 sees a total of three seeded players competing in the singles event, and one seeded pair for the doubles event. This court actually has the fewest number of games today, with just five scheduled matches, yet the action should still be fantastic. 

Here is the full Paris Masters order of play for Court 1, with games starting at 10:00 UK time:

  • Tommy Paul (12) vs Botic van de Zandschulp (Q)
  • Roberto Bautista Agut vs Hubert Hurkacz (11)
  • Dusan Lajovic (LL) vs Alex de Minaur (13)
  • Casper Ruud (8) vs Francisco Cerundolo 
  • Bopanna/Ebden (3) vs Djokovic/Kecmanovic

Court 2 – 10:00 start time

The Paris Masters order of play for Court 2 is all about the men’s doubles event. In fact, this is the most packed out doubles schedule of the tournament so far, with six matches on the cards today. There is a nice mix of pairings too, ranging from alternate entries to the number one seeds. As for the complete schedule, please see the lineup below:

  • Heliovaara/Pavic vs Nys/Zielinski
  • Gonzalez/Roger-Vasselin (7) vs Murray/Venus
  • Gille/Vliegen vs Khachanov/Rublev (Not Before 14:00)
  • Auger-Aliassime/Korda vs Baez/Musetti
  • Dodig/Krajicek (1) vs Doumbia/Reboul (WC)
  • Erler/Miedler (Alt) vs Granollers/Zeballos (5)

Paris Masters schedule and order of play – day 4 (Tuesday, October 31st)

On day four in Paris, we have a range of first-round matches that must still be completed. This is the case for the men’s singles and doubles draws, and in total, more than 15 matches make up the full Paris Masters schedule for day four. Needless to say, this puts a mouthwatering chain of matches in front of viewers for Tuesday, October 31st. As an added bonus, several top names like Carlos Alcaraz, Hubert Hurkacz, Andrey Rublev, Felix Auger-Aliassime, and more will be in action on day four too.

Anyway, with these matches approaching quickly, let me shift gears and dive into the complete Paris Masters order of play for day four of this event.

Court Central – 10:00 start time

For day four of the 2023 Paris Masters, all eyes will understandably be on Court Central once again. With six matches listed in the Paris Masters order of play, it’s going to be yet another awesome day of tennis at this venue. And with play starting at 10:00 UK time, viewers at home and fans in the stadium are all set for a full day of men’s singles action. As for the precise schedule, here it is:

  • Marton Fucsovics (Q) vs Alexander Zverev (10)
  • Daniel Altmaier vs Arthur Fils
  • Ugo Humbert vs Marcos Giron (Q)
  • Gael Monfils (PR) vs Francisco Cerundolo
  • Roman Safiullin (Q) vs Carlos Alcaraz (2)
  • Yoshihito Nishioka vs Andrey Rublev (5)

Court 1 – 10:00 start time

Many of the biggest names in the draw are playing on Court Central on day four. However, Court 1 is also hosting some fairly awesome matchups. Names like Hubert Hurkacz, Karen Khachanov, and last week’s Basel Open winner, Auger-Aliassime, are all playing here today. Of course, the full Paris Masters schedule for Court 1 shows that some close contests could be coming up, which is fairly common for the early rounds of these events.

Please see the full order of play for Court 1 below:

  • Dusan Lajovic (LL) vs Benjamin Bonzi (WC)
  • Sebastian Korda vs Hubert Hurkacz (11)
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime vs Jan-Lennard Struff
  • Tallon Griekspoor vs Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
  • Karen Khachanov (16) vs Laslo Djere
  • Alexander Bublik vs Nicolas Jarry

Court 2 – 10:00 start time

Unlike Court Central and Court 1 for day four, Court 2 is set to host a blend of singles and doubles matches. Again, play will commence at 10:00 on this court, yet following a couple of exciting singles matches, the attention turns to the doubles draw here. The complete Paris Masters order of play for Court 2 is detailed below:

  • Miomir Kecmanovic vs Tomas Martin Etcheverry
  • J.J. Wolf (Q) vs Mackenzie McDonald
  • Sinner/Wawrinka vs Djokovic/Kecmanovic
  • Melo/Zverev vs Lammons/Withrow
  • Doumbia/Reboul (WC) vs Fils/Gasquet (WC)
  • Krawietz/Puetz vs Alternate

Rolex Paris Masters schedule – day 3 order of play (Monday, October 30th)

It’s official – the main draw for the final Masters 1000 tournament of the 2023 season is set to begin today. In fact, it’s set to begin imminently, as the scheduled games for all three courts will begin at roughly 10:00 UK time. This is the official kick-off time, as listed in the Paris Masters schedule. And with a ton of singles matches, as well as one doubles match due to be played today, day 3 should be full of top-tier action.  

As for the Paris Masters order of play and the exact matches scheduled across all three courts, I’ve given those precise details in the respective sections below. However, on a quick side note, for those of you wishing to place any bets or tune in for the most entertaining games, I’d suggest checking out Tiafoe vs Bublik, Murray vs de Minaur, as well as Dimitrov vs Musetti – all very enticing matches coming up on day three!

Court Central – 10:00 start time

As the main show court that will repeatedly appear in these Rolex Paris Masters schedule updates, as expected, the lineup today is pretty awesome. Several of the top Paris Masters seeds are set to compete on Court Central today, as seen with Taylor Fritz (9), Ben Shelton (15), Alex de Minaur (13), and Tommy Paul (12). The action is set to begin at 10:00 UK time, and with six matches on the cards here, it should be a great court to watch on day 3. 

As for the specific Paris Masters order of play for Court Central today, here we go:

  • Alejandro Davidovich Fokina vs Ben Shelton (15)
  • Andy Murray vs Alex de Minaur (13)
  • Botic van de Zandschulp (Q) vs Adrian Mannarino
  • Taylor Fritz (9) vs Sebastian Baez
  • Tommy Paul (12) vs Richard Gasquet (WC)
  • Stan Wawrinka vs Dominic Thiem (Q)

Court 1 – 10:00 start time

Court 1 is just as packed as Court Central today, with six matches listed in the Paris Masters order of play. Some of these matches involve highly entertaining players, such as Lorenzo Musetti, Alexander Bublik, Frances Tiafoe, and several others. Of course, this means Court 1 should host some magical tennis games today, and the full order of play is given for you below:

  • Nicolas Jarry vs Alexei Popyrin
  • Frances Tiafoe (14) vs Alexander Bublik
  • Karen Khachanov (16) vs Max Purcell
  • Laslo Djere vs Luca Van Assche (WC)
  • Jordan Thompson (LL) vs Yoshihito Nishioka (Q)
  • Grigor Dimitrov vs Lorenzo Musetti

Court 2 – 10:00 start time

Court 2 is the third and final court with scheduled matches today. This court doesn’t quite have the big names as the previous two courts do, but the matchups are rather balanced, which should lead to close matches and plenty of entertainment. As for the exact Paris Masters schedule for Court 2, there are four matches, as outlined here:

  • Jiri Lehecka vs Roberto Bautista Agut
  • Tallon Griekspoor vs Christopher Eubanks
  • Alexandre Muller (WC) vs Roman Safiullin (Q)
  • Cerundolo/Etcheverry vs Murray/Venus

Paris Masters order of play – day 2 breakdown (Sunday, October 29th)

At the time of writing, the qualifiers for this Masters 1000 event have entered their final day. This means that the Paris Masters schedule for day 2 is loaded with qualifying games only. Of course, once these matches have been played, the confirmed qualifiers will then be slipped into their respective places and the draw will complete. I’ve provided further details on this in the sections beyond this initial breakdown of the Paris Masters order of play. Yet first, there are a range of matches I wish to highlight for Sunday, October 29th.

Court Central – 12:00 start time

  • Gregoire Barrere vs Marton Fucsovics (8)
  • Dominic Thiem vs Christopher O’Connell (12)

Court 1 – 10:00 start time

  • J.J. Wolf vs Roberto Carballes Baena (13)
  • Dusan Lajovic (7) vs Marcos Giron (10)
  • Yoshihito Nishioka (4) vs Yosuke Watanuki

Court 2 – 10:100 start time

  • Sebastian Ofner (2) vs Botic van de Zandschulp (14)
  • Roman Safiullin (1) vs Jordan Thompson (11)

2023 Paris Masters schedule – tournament overview

Prior to discussing the full schedule, I feel it’s important for you to know that there are two events running alongside one another in Paris this week. The main event that captures all the headlines is obviously the singles tournament, and guys like Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic will be looking to take the title this year. But there is also the Paris Masters doubles event to enjoy, and this holds the same 1000-level grade as the singles event. As for the respective schedules, as tends to be the case, there is a clear overlap.

More specifically, the general overview for these events concerning scheduling displays a mirror image of one another. This means that the main draws for the events are set to begin on Monday, October 30th, and they are set to conclude on Sunday, November 5th. Throughout this period, you can expect some pretty thrilling matches to feature on the Paris Masters order of play too, for which I will be giving daily updates!

Additionally, you can follow our Paris Masters predictions for each day if you wish. This way, if you’re hoping to make the odd wager or two, you can get some added guidance through our respective tips and predictions.

Paris Masters schedule 2023 – day-by-day 

The 2023 Paris Masters is unique in terms of its scheduling this year. Unlike some of the other Masters 1000 events that have been extended on a trial basis, mainly to see whether this is a better fit for the players, this one remains fixed over a seven-day period. Note that I am referencing the main draw here, without including the qualifying event. And because things are set up this way, we know exactly what’s coming up on the individual days throughout the tournament – at least in terms of what round will be played. 

So on that note, let me wrap things up by sharing the scheduled rounds on each individual day, as that will give you a specific idea of how the Rolex Paris Masters schedule is shaping up:

  • Monday, October 30th – Round 1
  • Tuesday, October 31st – Rounds 1 & 2
  • Wednesday, November 1st – Round 2
  • Thursday, November 2nd – Round 3
  • Friday, November 3rd – Quarter-finals
  • Saturday, November 4th – Semi-finals
  • Sunday, November 5th – Finals

This detailed breakdown of the Paris Masters schedule reflects the rounds for both the singles and doubles tournaments. However, as referenced above, if you stay tuned for my daily updates, the Paris Masters order of play for each of these seven days will be provided. Once again, these updates will provide specifics on the start times, scheduled courts, individual matches, and the lineup too. 

So if you do get a chance, I highly recommend checking back to see what exciting matches are on the cards each day!

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