Category: Analyse de tournoi
Will Diego Schwartzman finally lift an ATP trophy in Argentina? For the moment, he has failed twice in the final in Cordoba last season and in Buenos Aires in 2019. For the opening of the season on clay, Cordoba has for the moment offered us on the first two editions of the ATP 250 with a nice cast in the last four.[......]Read More
This tournament was supposed to serve as an appetizer for the Australian Open but finally this WTA 500 will take place this time after the fortnight in Melbourne. Many players have withdrawn from the tournament, such as Brady, Andreescu and Azarenka. The rather heavy deadlines that arrive quickly like Doha and Dubai explain this choice. So some prefer to skip out knowing that we have players who are not yet 100% physically fit.[......]Read More
Welcome to the newest addition to the 2021 calendar! Added by the ATP in mid-January, the Singapore tournament has obtained an exceptional licence for this season with Marbella, which will take place from 5 to 11 April after the Masters 1000 in Miami. This is the third time that the little yellow ball has been to the "Garden City", after appearances between 1989 and 1992 and again between 1996 and 1999.[......]Read More
In Montpellier, we start at the end. Not with the final, but with the last week of February. A novelty, since the Open Sud de France usually takes place in the first days of this month. The fault of a modified calendar, pandemic obliges. What does not change, on the other hand, is that the Hérault event starts well in the wake of the Australian Open.[......]Read More
The Australian tour finally arrives. And we have right away the right to two WTA 500 to open the ball including the Gippsland Trophy which will be played in Melbourne and offer us a rather homogeneous picture with players who came to prepare the AO and others not registered for the Grand Slam and who will want to play their card fully.
Here we are back for this Australian tour with a new tournament in a season 2021 just as unpublished with this upside down calendar. Yarra Valley, ranked WTA 500, will bring together players from the top 100 but also beyond with players who qualified for the Australian Open in Dubai.[......]Read More
This second edition of the ATP Cup almost didn't see the light of day but in the end Tennis Australia and the ATP were able to arrange for this team competition to take place just one week before the Australian Open. However, the format of the competition will not be the same as last year since the casting has been halved, as well as the prize money.[......]Read More