Relive A Much-Loved Tradition: The ATP Player Revue In Monte-Carlo

Go behind the curtain as players set aside their inhibitions to entertain 

Where else could you see Sergiy Stakhovsky as the Greatest Showman, Ryan Harrison as the Joker, Pierre-Hugues Herbert as Ed Sheeran or Jean-Julien Rojer as Judy Murray? 

One of the highlights during the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters is the annual Player Revue, when stars of the ATP Tour set aside their inhibitions to entertain their friends, family and fellow players in a series of sketches, poking good-humoured fun at life on tour and showing off their singing and dancing talents.

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares gave fans a rare peek behind the curtain at the 2016 Player Revue:

Murray had been the subject of the first sketch of the evening, in which fellow doubles stars Rojer and Horia Tecau imagined how life may have changed in the Murray household with Jamie standing atop the FedEx ATP Doubles Rankings. Jamie's mom, Judy Murray, then joined the cast on stage.

“I never get to do this anywhere else,” said Tecau. “This is my shot to Hollywood, so I’m going to take it and I’m going to milk the show as much as I can. Every year, I can’t wait to be here and see the results of the show.”

The show was brought to a thunderous close with a lively rendition of Uptown Funk, performed by Gilles Simon, Rohan Bopanna, Jeff Coetzee, Raven Klaasen, Robert Farah and Stephane Robert.

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Soares hosted another memorable off-court moment in 2018 at this ATP Masters 1000 tournament. In this “James Bond-inspired challenge”, Milos Raonic, Borna Coric and Feliciano Lopez attempted to hit a target on top of a speedboat in the Monte-Carlo Bay for Unbelievable Tennis: The Speedboat Shot.

Lopez emerged as the winner on the 11th try. "You get to swim and pick up all the balls," joked Raonic regarding the prize.

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