Despite the Coronavirus pandemic, ATP and WTA, in conjunction with the ITF, managed to put together a -tight- calendar in order to complete the season 2020.
After the finals of Roland Garros, the final stretch of the year begins and there a series of men’s and women’s tournaments. In the remainder of October, the ATP 250 St. Petersburg and Sardinia, which will make its debut on the men’s calendar. In Suburb, Germany, there will be two ATP 250 tournaments in a row played in consecutive weeks. The first, since Monday.
Then it will come Antwerp on the side of the knights and the Ostrava WTA for the ladies. In the latter, it is likely that Nadia podoroska try to get a wild card.
By the end of the month, Dominic Thiem will attempt to defend his title in the Vienna ATP 500 as top seed, at the same time that the ball will be stinging for the first time in the ATP 250 from Nur-Sultan, in Kazakhstan.
The season will close, as every year, with the Paris-Bercy Masters 1000 and the London finals, in the first weeks of November. There is still a lot of tennis per gor.