We report new radio interferometric observations of the quadruple pre-main-sequence (PMS) system AB Doradus. From these observations, combined with existing VLT near-infrared relative astrometry, we have refined the estimates of the dynamical masses of the system. In particular, we find component masses of 0:86 ± 0:09M⊙ and 0:090 ± 0:003M⊙ for AB Dor A and AB Dor C, respectively. These dynamical masses, coupled with temperatures and luminosities, allow for comparison with theoretical stellar models. The case of AB Dor C, in terms of calibration of evolutionary models of low-mass young stars has been widely reported in previous studies. In this contribution, we compare the measured properties of ABDorA with several solar-composition models for PMS stars. The models used in this comparison predict the dynamical mass to within the quoted uncertainties.