Rolex Masters 2012: What a Title at Monte Carlo Would Mean for the Top 10 Men

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Rolex Masters 2012: What a Title at Monte Carlo Would Mean for the Top 10 Men
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The Rolex Masters, in its breathtaking Monte-Carlo setting, marks the beginning of the clay season every year. From this point, players have just over one month to shift from a hard court mindset to a clay one in time for Rolland Garros.

This tournament is an important campaign not only because of its large 1000 point value; it is also the time for the top players to prove that they have what it takes to be successful in the French Open and for the rest of the season.

Here's a look at what a Rolex Masters title would mean for each of the Top 10 men.

 

UPDATE: After posting this story, I found out that Federer, Fish, and Isner will not be playing in the Rolex Masters this year. Ignacio Perrone, thank you for pointing this out.

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