And just like that, the ninth and final Masters tournament of 2019 came to an end.
The capital of France played host to a terrific tournament, with so much on the line – from the world number one ranking, to qualifying spots for the Nitto ATP Finals.
It was the final tournament of the season in general for many on the Tour, but as the week progressed, it was Novak Djokovic who once again became the Parisian Prince.
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10) Jan-Lennard Struff v Karen Khachanov (R2)
An upset to many, as Karen Khachanov bowed out of 2019 in disappointing fashion against the talented German. Despite a spirited fightback. the Russian fell short.
9) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga v Andrey Rublev (R1)
Andrey Rublev will have happy memories of the season in general, after recording some incredible wins throughout the year, but his journey ended here, despite winning the first set.
8) Dominic Thiem v Milos Raonic (R2)
Fifth seed Dominic Thiem had to dig deep against the big-serving Canadian in an interesting battle which went the full distance.
7) Jeremy Chardy v Daniil Medvedev (R2)
Little did anyone expect this? Daniil Medvedev has had a ridiculous 2019 so far, reaching six finals in a row heading into Paris. But after looking like he’ll cruise to victory, the extremely talented Russian fell to Jeremy Chardy.
6) Cristian Garin v Jeremy Chardy (R3)
Three match points saved, two tie-breaks and so much entertainment on display, this one was a grueling round three contest.
5) Denis Shapovalov v Fabio Fognini (R2)
At one point, it looked like Fabio Fognini was going to cruise to win, but the young Canadian fought back with grit and talent, eventually recovering to topple the Italian.
4) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga v Jan-Lennard Struff (R3)
Not for the first time this tournament, the 2008 champion Tsonga had to survive and grind before winning, but this time against his German opponent, he even had to save match-points.
3) Rafael Nadal v Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (QF)
A tough battle between two players who know eachother extremely well. It was one of those contests that was decided in the first set, which Rafael Nadal clinched, before steamrolling to victory.
2) Denis Shapovalov v Alexander Zverev (R3)
With qualification for the Nitto ATP Finals now secured, you could forgive Alexander Zverev for taking his foot off the pedal, but he didn’t, and battled to the end in this clash between two men who will be at the top of tennis for the next decade. Episode 4 of Shapovalov v Zverev was one definitely not to be missed.
1) Novak Djokovic v Stefanos Tsitsipas (QF)
Perhaps Djokovic’ finest showing of the tournament, and a particularly powerful message to his opponents on Tour, that he’s still the man to beat. In Shanghai, Tsitsipas triumphed in a three-set epic, but here in Paris, Djokovic dismantled the Greek, only dropping three games in a monstrous showcase.