Think of the Monte Carlo Masters and the one player who immediately comes to mind is Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard has won 10 titles in the tournament and a total of 63 matches with only four losses coming in 2003 and 2013-15.
The second player who has won the most number of matches in the tournament history is the Austrian Thomas Muster (32 wins) and two titles, and the podium is completed by the Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero with 31. Roger Federer, who last played the event in 2016, fills the fourth place with 30 wins.
The Swiss lost all the four finals he has played here. 30 wins also for Novak Djokovic, who has the chance to overcome Ferrero and Muster by reaching the quarter-finals. Djokovic won the tournament in 2013 and 2015 and has lost two finals: in 2009 and 2012 to Nadal.
Argentina's Guillermo Vilas has won 28 matches and is in the sixth place on this special list. ALSO READ: Kristina Mladenovic: 'I really like Roger Federer a lot' .