GaÃ«l Monfils is popular with organizers. Out of the ATP Top 100, “the Monf” could find it difficult to develop a program to lead to Porte d’Auteuil for Roland Garros. But the French is still appreciated by the organizers.
Invited to the Masters 1000 in Monte-Carlo, the Caribbean has also received a wild card for the tournament in Bucharest (April 22 to 28), Munich (May 29 April-4May) and Nice (May 19 to 24) all 250 tournaments. He must necessarily reach the quarterfinals to accumulate points and improve its ranking.
Absent from the circuit since mid-February, Monfils is at Houston where he started his season on the ocher surface with a victory against James Blake.