With the first Grand Slam event of the year over and Novak Djokovic becoming Australian Open champion for the eighth time, the grind of the ATP tour continues with the 2020 Open Sud de France.
The build-up to the 2020 Australian Open has been overshadowed by the bushfires that have been ripping through the country in recent weeks, but attention will soon turn to the on-court action. Many players during qualifying for the tournament have complained about air quality and this is likely to be an issue that continues to…
The build-up to the Australian Open starts in Adelaide where home favourite Alex de Minaur starts as the top seed following the withdrawal of Novak Djokovic from the event.
The last Masters-level tournament of the season takes place in Paris this week with Novak Djokovic the favourite as the Race to London heats up. Djokovic is the top seed in Bercy but he will have strong competition as both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have both confirmed they are taking part in the event.
Roger Federer bids for a 10th Swiss Indoors title when he heads to one of his home events. The former world number one has won the tournament two years in a row and is both the top seed and the favourite for this year’s return to St. Jakobshalle in Basel.
Andy Murray continues his recovery from injury at the 2019 China Open, where a wide open field has been assembled for a tournament won last year by Nikoloz Basilashvili.
John Isner and US Open semi-finalist Grigor Dimitrov are the star names for this year’s Chengdu Open, which again takes place at the Sichuan International Tennis Centre.
Andy Murray is back in action again at the 2019 Winston-Salem Open but the former world number one is lagging behind the tournament favourite Sam Querrey in the betting odds.
Rafael Nadal starts his preparations for the US Open by headlining this week’s Rogers Cup, where the Spaniard is a four-time winner. Nadal is both the top seed and a strong favourite for the tournament, which both Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have opted to skip, while Andy Murray has again chosen to play doubles…
Serena Williams is the favourite to win the 2019 Australian Open as the women’s tennis season kicks into gear with the first major tournament of the year down under.