• Top-seeded Isner ousted in first match in N.Y.

    Top-seeded Isner ousted in first match in N.Y.
    Top-seeded John Isner was upset in his first match of the New York Open, losing to Jordan Thompson on Thursday night.
  • Defending champ Opelka wins New York opener

    Defending champ Opelka wins New York opener
    Defending champion Reilly Opelka earned his first win of the season Thursday, beating Yoshihito Nishioka 6-4, 6-4 at the New York Open.
  • Storm Sanders: I was really clear with my game

    Storm Sanders: I was really clear with my game
    Storm Sanders has matched her best WTA result of her career with a first-round victory at the WTA event in Hua Hin. The Australian took out Norway’s Ulrikke Eikeri in two convincing sets 6-3, 6-4.She was also glad about the fact that she did not have to take on another local hope after her match with Peangtarn Plipuech. “It was a good match, tough conditions, but it was good to see a lot of people out there supporting both players,” she told the WTA website.“Having t
  • New York Open: Kyle Edmund reaches quarter-finals

    New York Open: Kyle Edmund reaches quarter-finals
    British number three Kyle Edmund progresses to the quarter-finals of the New York Open with a straight sets victory over Dominik Koepfer.
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  • Serena Williams signs up for a gender equality campaign

    Serena Williams signs up for a gender equality campaign
    Procter & Gamble Co.’s Secret has signed Serena Williams around the brand’s gender-equality work, donating an additional $1 million to the cause to which the brand has already donated $1 million in the past year.As a part of the deal, the former World No.1 will appear in ads for Secret’s “All Strength No Sweat” campaign commencing next month. The campaign will be launched with a study in sports and how gender bias takes place from high school to professional lev
  • On this day: Roger Federer, 18, loses first ATP final in Marseille after a thriller

    On this day: Roger Federer, 18, loses first ATP final in Marseille after a thriller
    At the end of 1999, Roger Federer was one of three youngest players in the top-100, together with Lleyton Hewitt and Andreas Vinciguerra, winning 13 ATP matches and wrapping it up with a Challenger title in Brest. An 18-year-old already proved himself on the fast indoor surfaces, equipped with a booming serve, sharp groundstrokes and attacking abilities that made him the player to beat in the years to come. The next season stood as another big step forward in Roger's young career, claiming 36 AT
  • All England Club Announces Commitments to make Wimbledon More Sustainable

    All England Club Announces Commitments to make Wimbledon More Sustainable
    The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club (AELTC) has four commitments for itself to reach by 2030 as it aims to make Wimbledon more sustainable, according to the Insidethegames website.The commitments were made by AELTC strategic planning and operations director Sally Bolton, who will take over as chief executive after this year's event.Bolton had commented, “As a sporting event, we believe we have a power not only on reducing our impact but also on contributing to solving the b
  • Rafael Nadal to feature $150,000 Tie Break Tens Event with Thiem, Medvedev, Wawrinka

    Rafael Nadal to feature $150,000 Tie Break Tens Event with Thiem, Medvedev, Wawrinka
    The second annual Eisenhower Cup presented by Masimo is a one-night Tie Break Tens event scheduled for Tuesday, March 10, three days before the start of the first Masters 1000 tournament of the season at Indian Wells. As in 2019, the 19-time Major champion Rafael Nadal leads a packed field in Stadium 2 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, joined by the defending Indian Wells champion Dominic Thiem, the US Open finalist Daniil Medvedev and world no. 8 Matteo Berrettini. The three-time Major champio
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  • Marion Bartoli speaks about her fear of failure that defined her career

    Marion Bartoli speaks about her fear of failure that defined her career
    The Nexgen of WTA players comes with a fresh thought process and ways to look at a loss. Ash Barty’s reaction post her Australian Open loss has received mixed reactions. However, former Wimbledon Champion Marion Bartoli has questioned such attitude from the new age players, be it real or fake.In an interview with The Tennis Podcast, the Frenchwomen opened up about her struggles post her career that saw her win the Wimbledon Title in 2013. “I felt that my parents gave up so much and p
  • Why Tsitsipas, Zverev and Medvedev cannot become the future Big Three

    Why Tsitsipas, Zverev and Medvedev cannot become the future Big Three
    How many chances have Stefanos Tsitsipas, Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev to become future Big Three? Will they fill the void left by Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic when they will retire? The Greek, the Russian and the German are early talents, who at their young age already achieved incredible goals, but to say that they will be the next Big Three ais perhaps too much.They will surely take the Big Three's baton, along with Dominic Thiem and, perhaps Nick Kyrgios. Tsitsipas,
  • Billie Jean King: New Fed Cup Format is Huge

    Billie Jean King: New Fed Cup Format is Huge
    Tennis legend Billie Jean King says she is proud that women's tennis remains the leader when it comes to equality for women's sport.King, who was the pioneer for the WTA Tour in 1973, was speaking at the Fed Cup draw on Tuesday. The Fed Cup Finals has been revamped to have a new format in 2020 - with the Finals taking place in Budapest, Hungary in April with 12 nations competing for the title.Speaking to Reuters, King says, "This is an unbelievable opportunity for the next three years. It m
  • Rafael Nadal features in new tennis video game, but Roger Federer is left out

    Rafael Nadal features in new tennis video game, but Roger Federer is left out
    AO Tennis 2, the brand new tennis video game released by Big Ant Studios, lets people around the world get in the character of famous tennis players like Rafael Nadal, Gael Monfils, Ashleigh Barty and a lot more, but tennis legends like Roger Federer and Serena Williams were left out.Therefore, if you own a PlayStation 4, an Xbox One or a Nintendo Switch, you will be able to provoke your friends or go into career mode in tennis matches that resemble real-life matches, but if your favorite player
  • No. 2 seed Tsitsipas out in Rotterdam last 16

    No. 2 seed Tsitsipas out in Rotterdam last 16
    Second-seed Stefanos Tsitsipas has been knocked out of the Rotterdam Open after he was upset in straight set by unseeded Aljaz Bedene on Thursday.
  • Marcos Giron Reflects on His Comeback from Hip Surgeries

    Marcos Giron Reflects on His Comeback from Hip Surgeries
    Marcos Giron, who underwent two hip surgeries between December 2015 to February 2016, says his hip surgeries are a distant memory, after having the best season of his career in 2019. In 2019, Giron won his first two ATP Challenger Tour titles and reached the Round of 32 at the BNP Paribas Open as a qualifier. Speaking to the ATP Tour website, Giron, who dropped out of the Top 500 in 2016 and is now on the verge of breaking into the Top 100, says, “Definitely when you fi
  • 'If anyone can come back from an injury like that, he can'

    'If anyone can come back from an injury like that, he can'
    One of the leading coaches in tennis, Jose Higueras, is tipping Andy Murray to make a successful return from his latest injury setback.
  • Reinhard Fromm No Longer Sponsors Stan Wawrinka

    Reinhard Fromm No Longer Sponsors Stan Wawrinka
    Three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka has parted ways with the globally active Zurich packaging entrepreneur Reinhard Fromm. For twelve years, the name of Fromm has been seen on the sleeves of Wawrinka but the pair have decided to end their collaboration at the end of the 2019 season.Speaking to BLICK, Fromm says, "Friends recently asked me: Are you no longer on Stan’s shirt? Yes, I replied, because you can no longer see me .. Most recently, he had four sponsors on each side. P
  • Young tennis players to watch in 2020

    Young tennis players to watch in 2020
    2020 will be the year in which many young players will be confronted with all the expectations there are about them. Many have already shown something important in 2019; a promise made to us and to the next generations of tennis media and fans.The most striking examples are two: Jannik Sinner and Cori Gauff. Sinner has just been voted Newcomer of the Year by his colleagues of the ATP Tour. At the end of an exciting season, the young Italian won the ATP Next Gen Finals, also winning thr
  • Maria Sharapova joins Orange County Breakers for two WTT matches in 2020

    Maria Sharapova joins Orange County Breakers for two WTT matches in 2020
    The 45th edition of the World TeamTennis will take place between July 12 - August 1, 2020, with nine teams fighting for the prestigious title and the biggest prize money ever. Orlando Storm and Vegas Rollers joined the action last year, creating more space for notable players to enjoy in this unique competition and bring even more fans to the stands. This season, Chicago Smash is the new franchise that brings a former US Open champion Sloane Stephens and her coach who is the Chicago native. Stag
  • Let coaches signal to players from the stands - King

    Let coaches signal to players from the stands - King
    Tennis legend Billie Jean King says allowing coaches to signal instructions to players during matches is a "no brainer".
  • Thailand Open: Elina Svitolina tames Storm Sanders to reach quarter-finals

    Thailand Open: Elina Svitolina tames Storm Sanders to reach quarter-finals
    Top-seed Elina Svitolina continued from where she had left off in her opening-round match at the Thailand Open in Hua Hin. The Ukrainian defeated Australian qualifier Storm Sanders in their second-round match on Thursday 6-1, 6-2 in 57 minutes.After her win, Svitolina said, “I was playing well today. I'm very happy with the way I was playing - I think she was really tough, I had to step up my game, and in the end, this was the key for the match. You have to adjust because it's very dark wh
  • Play Called 'Defeating Roger Federer' To be Staged in Newton, Australia

    Play Called 'Defeating Roger Federer' To be Staged in Newton, Australia
    There is a new musical called ‘Defeating Roger Federer' in Australia but no one knows for sure if it has anything to do with the Swiss legend.According to Broadwayworld.com, ‘Defeating Roger Federer,’ a new musical by Wendy Lewis, and is described as ‘a bold, provocative & darkly comedic two-hander.’The official blurb from the producers say, "Defeating Roger Federer is the story of a straight white couple who sink to an all-time low as they reach
  • Agent Tony Godsick denies rumors of Roger Federer playing Madrid and Rome

    Agent Tony Godsick denies rumors of Roger Federer playing Madrid and Rome
    Agent Tony Godsick confirmed to Swiss tennis writer Rene Stauffer that the rumors of Roger Federerplaying at the Masters 1000 events in Madrid and Rome this year are not true.  After recovering from a knee surgery he underwent in 2016, the Swiss made some adjustments in his schedule as he skipped the entire clay season in 2017 and 2018. The 38-year-old made his return to clay last year as he made back-to-back quarterfinals in Madrid and Rome before he was beaten in the semifinal at Rol
  • Kvitova edges in to St. Petersburg quarters

    Kvitova edges in to St. Petersburg quarters
    Third-seed Petra Kvitova edged past Belgium's Alison Van Uytvanck to reach the quarterfinals of the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy in Russia on Thursday.
  • Bertens, Kvitova into St. Petersburg quarters

    Bertens, Kvitova into St. Petersburg quarters
    Third-seed Petra Kvitova edged past Belgium's Alison Van Uytvanck to reach the quarterfinals of the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy in Russia on Thursday.
  • Svitolina breezes into Thai Open quarters

    Svitolina breezes into Thai Open quarters
    Top-seed Elina Svitolina made light work of last-16 opponent Australia's Storm Sanders, beating her in straight sets inside of an hour at the Thailand Open on Thursday.
  • Jason Jung: 'Victory over two-time Major finalist gives me a lot of confidence'

    Jason Jung: 'Victory over two-time Major finalist gives me a lot of confidence'
    The 30-year-old Jason Jung is yet to break into the top-100 for the first time, standing 114th a year and a half ago but failing to take that extra step towards the elite. A player from Chinese Taipei claimed four Challenger titles from nine finals, spending the majority of his career on that level and earning only four wins in the ATP tournaments before this week, two in Newport 2018 and two at the New York Open a year ago. The last year's quarter-finalist qualified for the main draw on the bla
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas admits: 'I needed some time to find the rhythm against Hubert'

    Stefanos Tsitsipas admits: 'I needed some time to find the rhythm against Hubert'
    After a slow start of the season in Australia, Stefanos Tsitsipas scored a victory in the first round in Rotterdam, beating Hubert Hurkacz 6-7, 6-3, 6-1 in two hours and seven minutes. Having some problems with a shoulder injury, the Greek lost the opener in the tie break despite a great comeback in the closing stages, shifting into a higher gear after that to dominate in sets two and three and reach the last 16, rattling off 12 of the last 14 games to seal the deal in style. Finding his range i
  • Roger Federer, Nadal and Djokovic's irreplaceable popularity

    Roger Federer, Nadal and Djokovic's irreplaceable popularity
    How and why are Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic the most popular tennis players of this age and, perhaps, ever? Their incredible achievements have exalted fans and crowds for almost fifteen years. Today The Big Three are at the center of the Slam Race: Federer is the recordman with 20 Slams, Nadal follows with 19, then Djokovic, champion at the Australian Open 2020, with 17.This season will be decisive in order to understand who among them can become the King of the Slams, but, as
  • Joe Salisbury Visits Former School To Hit e Talk with the Kids

    Joe Salisbury Visits Former School To Hit e Talk with the Kids
    Australian Open Men's Doubles Champion Joe Salisbury paid a visit to his former primary school in Putney for a session with the youngsters there, according to BritWatchSports.Salisbury won his first Grand Slam title in Melbourne with American Rajeev Ram and on Friday, he visited All Saints’ CoE Primary School organised by the LTA and took part in a tennis session for a group of 60 kids. Salisbury used to study at the school between 1996 and 2001 before going to study in the United Sta
  • Roger Federer is amazed by the week he spent with Rafael Nadal e co. in South Africa

    Roger Federer is amazed by the week he spent with Rafael Nadal e co. in South Africa
    Almost seven days have passed since the Cape Town exhibition during which Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal shone in front of a record attendance with the aid of Bill Gates and Trevor Noah, but Federer still can’t believe what a week he just had.The Swiss legend summarized his feelings on Instagram, attaching a few photos from the event. “Looking back on last week is still surreal.” Roger noted.Indeed, it was a magical week for Federer. He finally played a match in Cape Town, Sout
  • Andrey Rublev describes the conditions he likes the most

    Andrey Rublev describes the conditions he likes the most
    World no. 15 Andrey Rublev has been one of the players to beat so far in 2020 together with Novak Djokovic, winning two ATP titles and scoring 12 victories in 13 matches. Coming back to Europe after a successful Australia trip, the Russian stormed over Nikoloz Basilashvili 6-2, 6-3 in 55 minutes in the first round in Rotterdam, dropping seven points in eight service games and never facing a break point. On the other hand, he stole half of the return points to deliver four breaks from five opport
  • Australian Open finalist Garbine Muguruza joins packed Dubai field

    Australian Open finalist Garbine Muguruza joins packed Dubai field
    Following her second Major title at Wimbledon 2017, Garbine Muguruza stood on the WTA throne, just like a year earlier when she conquered Roland Garros, looking good to chase all four Major crowns and write her name in the history books. Instead of that, the Spaniard lost the ground completely, losing early in eight of the next nine most prominent tournaments (the semi-final in Paris in 2018) and reaching only three WTA finals in 2018 and 2019 to fade away from the upper ranking positions. That
  • ATP Buenos Aires: Thiago Monteiro sends Borna Coric packing. Lajovic and Ruud win

    ATP Buenos Aires: Thiago Monteiro sends Borna Coric packing. Lajovic and Ruud win
    The 25-year-old Brazilian Thiago Monteiro will compete in the first ATP quarter-final since Hamburg 2018, stunning the 4th seed Borna Coric 6-4, 7-6 in an hour and 45 minutes. Borna is yet to find his rhythm in 2020 and Buenos Aires will not be the event to do so, losing serve twice and stealing Monteiro's serve just once to hit the exit door on tournament debut. It was an intense battle from start to finish, with servers as the main actors almost all the time, offering the returners no break ch
  • ATP New York: Soonwoo Kwon stuns Milos Raonic. Kecmanovic, Seppi, Humbert advance

    ATP New York: Soonwoo Kwon stuns Milos Raonic. Kecmanovic, Seppi, Humbert advance
    The 2nd seed Milos Raonic will not remember his New York debut for too long, firing 33 aces in a 7-6, 6-7, 6-4 loss to the young Korean Soonwoo Kwon in two hours and 24 minutes in the second round. Kwon played in Pune last week and saved energy for New York as well, fending off all seven break chances to mount the pressure on the Canadian, staying in touch in the opening two sets and stealing Milos' serve once in the decider to move over the top and reach the quarters. There were no break chance
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime: I have never idolized a player

    Felix Auger-Aliassime: I have never idolized a player
    Rising Canadian star Felix Auger-Aliassime, 19, says he is not worried about his results as he believes the good things will happen sooner or later if he continues to work hard every day. Auger-Aliassime, ranked at No. 21 in the world, hasn't yet won his maiden ATP title but he broke into the top-20 last year when he achieved his career-high ranking of No. 17 in the world. "If I keep doing things right, it will pay off sooner or later," Auger-Aliassime said, per We Love Tennis Fra
  • Pat Rafter Buys New Home at Tweed Heads West, NSW

    Pat Rafter Buys New Home at Tweed Heads West, NSW
    Australia's tennis legend Pat Rafter has bought a new home at Tweed Heads West, NSW., according to The Daily Telegraph. Rafter bought the four-bedroom house for $540,000 at the end of last year and plans to let it out. This is not the first home that the tennis legend has purchased for investment. In 2018, he sold his Sunshine Coast mansion for $2.8million less than what he spent while developing the property.According to the report, "the house includes an open-plan living area to
  • ATP Rotterdam: Felix Auger-Aliassime downs Grigor Dimitrov. Monfils and Goffin win

    ATP Rotterdam: Felix Auger-Aliassime downs Grigor Dimitrov. Monfils and Goffin win
    The 19-year-old Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime is through to the second quarter-final of the season in Rotterdam, beating Grigor Dimitrov 6-4, 6-2 in an hour and 17 minutes. The Canadian hasn't played at his best so far in 2020 but it was an excellent performance against the Bulgarian, losing 14 points in nine service games and saving two out of three break chances to keep the pressure on Grigor. The more experienced player defeated Denis Shapovalov in the opener but stood no chance in this one,
  • Benoit Paire's insane response against Bedene!

    Benoit Paire's insane response against Bedene!
    Despite the clear defeat against Aljaz Bedene in the first round of the ATP 500 tournament in Rotterdam, Benoit Paire was the protagonist of an exciting tennis moment.The World no. 19 in fact, to release his frustration, played a winning response at 182 km / h which surprised his opponent. A very great shot which showed all the great talent of the Frenchman.Never change, @benoitpaire 😅@abnamrowtt #abnamrowtt pic.twitter.com/tFX3e6ZNto— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) February 11, 2020
  • Directors take on Ronaldinho’s life after Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal documentary

    Directors take on Ronaldinho’s life after Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal documentary
    Andrew Douglas — who recorded ‘Strokes of Genius’, the documentary which highlighted the epic 2008 Wimbledon final between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal — and his brother, Stuart Douglas, are directing the production of a new masterpiece focusing on Ronaldinho Gaucho, the Brazilian football player who conquered the world with his outstanding talent and touch of the ball.Ronaldinho, now at 39 years old, is retired from the big scene of football, but he can boast with the
  • 14 days and counting: The Chinese player evading home, coronavirus

    14 days and counting: The Chinese player evading home, coronavirus
    As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, Zhizhen Zhang's plans are now focused on delaying his return to China.
  • Vasek Pospisil: I was relaxed and confident against Daniil Medvedev

    Vasek Pospisil: I was relaxed and confident against Daniil Medvedev
    World No. 104 Vasek Pospisilentered his Rotterdam clash against Daniil Medvedev with nothing to lose but believed the whole time that he could pull off an upset against the world No. 5. Pospisil, who ended runner-up in Montpellier last week, started his Rotterdam campaign in style as he saw off to -seeded Medvedev 6-4 6-3 to set up a round-of-16 meeting against Filip Krajinovic. "It doesn’t happen every day that you can beat a player of Daniil’s calibre,” Pospisil sai
  • Gael Monfils: It is never easy to come back after a win

    Gael Monfils: It is never easy to come back after a win
    French tennis star Gael Monfilsmade a positive start to his Rotterdam campaign on Wednesday and now he is hoping to make yet another deep run at the tournament. Monfils, who beat Stan Wawrinka in last year's Rotterdam final, handed a straight-set defeat to Portuguese Joao Sousa 6-3 6-2 to set up a round-of-16 meeting against fellow compatriot Gilles Simon.Third-seeded Monfils broke Sousa twice in each set and lost his serve once in the first set en route to claiming a comfortable straight-s
  • 2nd-seed Raonic toppled in opener at N.Y. Open

    2nd-seed Raonic toppled in opener at N.Y. Open
    No. 2 seed Milos Raonic was upset in his opening match at the New York Open, falling in three sets to Soon-Woo Kwon.
  • St. Petersburg: Belinda Bencic dashes Kuznetsova's run; Konta ousted

    St. Petersburg: Belinda Bencic dashes Kuznetsova's run; Konta ousted
    Top-seed Belinda Bencic stopped Svetlana Kuznetsova in the second round of the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy on Wednesday. The Swiss player won against the Russian in straight sets 7-6(4), 6-4 in one hour and 44 minutes.After her win, speaking with the press, Bencic said, “definitely had to be the aggressor, play a little bit harder shots, because obviously [Kuznetsova] tries to break your rhythm with the spins and the slices and everything. I was prepared for that. Obviously, I still tried
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas admits to feeling nerves in Rotterdam opener

    Stefanos Tsitsipas admits to feeling nerves in Rotterdam opener
    World No. 6 StefanosTsitsipasadmitted he felt nerves early on in his Rotterdam opener but he was happy that he managed to find his rhythm and progress into the round-of-16.Tsitsipas, seeded at No. 2, was facing an early exit but he came from a set down to beat rising Polish star Hubert Hurkacz 6-7 (2) 6-3 6-1 and clinch his first win in Rotterdam. "The beginning of the match was quite unusual. I was quite nervous. I’ve never left here with a win… I just felt uncomfortable from
  • The Hamburg European Open to Become a Green Event

    The Hamburg European Open to Become a Green Event
    The Hamburg European Open will become a “green event”, according to the Tennis Tour Talk website.The ATP 500 event which is held at the Am Rothenbaum venue was awarded the contract to participate in the pilot phase “Sustainable Events” of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg in 2020, as announced by the Environment and Energy authority and the Green Events Hamburg network at a press conference on Wednesday.Jens Kerstan, Hamburg’s Senator for Environ
  • WTA Future Stars location chosen for 2020. Here is where it will be held...

    WTA Future Stars location chosen for 2020. Here is where it will be held...
    The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) and Tennis South Africa have announced that it will bring the WTA Future Stars event to South Africa in 2020, as per Sport24.The WTA Future Stars is a singles competition for girls in the under-14 and under-16 age categories, which results in a global final which is held in the lead-up to the WTA Finals in Shenzhen - the season-ending event on the WTA Tour which brings together the top eight singles players of the year.The South African le
  • Caroline Wozniacki: I’m very stubborn

    Caroline Wozniacki: I’m very stubborn
    Former World No.1 and Grand Slam winner Caroline Wozniacki recently spoke about how her nature in general helped her get her first and only major title.She said that her sheer stubbornness was a huge factor in her overall success as a tennis player. The Dane retired at the Australian Open last month after a brilliant career that saw her reach the top of the WTA Rankings and win a major title in Melbourne in 2018.Wozniacki was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis just 18 months after her career hi
  • Trevor Noah didn’t let his mom know he hung out with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal

    Trevor Noah didn’t let his mom know he hung out with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal
    The successful African comedian Trevor Noah, who hosts The Daily Show, hadn’t told his mother Patricia that he was coming to Cape Town to play an exhibition match alongside Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Bill Gates, even though his mom lives in South Africa.Patricia had imagined that his son is in New York doing his usual job as the host of ‘The Daily Show’ before she found out from the internet that he is in a whole another part of the world. More specifically, Noah was parti
  • Four ATP Challenger Tour events cancelled due to coronavirus

    Four ATP Challenger Tour events cancelled due to coronavirus
    The ATP has recently announced, that four ATP Challenger Tour events that were supposed to be held in China during the month of March, have been cancelled due to the growing concerns of the recent coronavirus outbreak.The Challengers of Qujing CH 50 (Week of 2 March 2020), Zhuhai CH 80 (Week of 9 March 2020), Shenzhen CH 90 (Week of 16 March 2020), and Zhangjiagang CH 80 (Week of 23 March 2020) will therefore not be disputed in the month of March. The ATP communicated that they “will

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