All-time list of different winners per nations in Monte-Carlo tournament history since 1897: 1. Spain (7), 2. France – UK (6-6),3. Sweden – USA (5-5), 4. Italy (4), 5. Hungary – Argentina (3-3) All-time list of total titles per nations at Monte-Carlo tournament history: 1. Spain (19), 2. UK (17), 3.France (11), 4.Sweden (8), 5. Italy (6), 6. USA – New Zealand (5-5), 7. Argentina – Hungary – . . .
Flavia Pennetta beat her husband, Fabio Fognini by 5⃣2⃣ days as the oldest Premier/Masters title holder in the family! Flavia Pennetta won BNP Paribas Open at the age of 32 years and 19 days, while Fabio won Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters at the age of 31 years, 10 months and 28 days. Both players are 1⃣0⃣0⃣% record (1-0) in these finals!
Fabio Fognini is the 1⃣st Italian who won ATP Tour Masters since 1990!He is the 1⃣st Italian who won any Grand Prix Tour/Championship Series/ ATP Masters1000 level tournament in 2⃣1⃣st century! Last time Adriano Panatta won in Rome in 1976.
Roger Federer tied with Tom Okker (109) in the combined total number of titles (singles+doubles) on 5th position of the all-time list. On the same list, Bob Bryan made a tie with Jimmy Connors with 125 tournament titles ranking on 3rd of all-time.
From Roger Federer’s 1st Masters title at Hamburg Masters in 2002 till his latest, 28th Masters title Miami Open 2019, there were a 18-years winning span, 6160 days, 151 Masters tournaments with 32 different winners, 25 players won their first Masters titles (incl. Roger Federer).
Roger Federer became the only player who reached 3x (2005-06, 2019) in his career the consecutive finals of Dubai Tennis Championships, BNP Paribas Open & Miami Open in the same year and won at least 2 of these 3 tournaments. Roger Federer broke the tie with Novak Djokovic who completed this feat 2x (2011, 2015).
Net skills in 2001: Andre Agassi vs Patrick Rafter in the semifinal Miami Open! Net skills in 2019: Roger Federer vs Kevin Anderson in the semifinal Miami Open!
John Isner wrote history: He is the only one US player in the history of Miami Open who reached the final without dropping a set! Neither Tim Mayotte, Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Michael Chang, Pete Sampras, Andy Roddick were not able to complete this feat!
Roberto Bautista Agut joined an exclusive club: only Rafa Nadal (6), Andy Murray(5), Roger Federer (4) and Juan Martin Del Potro (3) beat the world No.1 Novak Djokovic at least 3x! However Roberto Bautista is the only one among them who defeated Novak Djokovic, as world No.1 in Doha and at Miami Open.
This is the 1st time in this century that second straight years BNP Paribas Open celebrated first-time Masters winners on both women’s and men’s singles! In 2018: Naomi Osaka and Juan Martin del Potro in 2019 Bianca Andreescu and Dominic Thiem