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Clay court tournament in Houston, Texas, usually scheduled in April, won't take place in 2021.
The French Tennis Federation, in an announcement that came out of the blue on Tuesday, said they were moving the tournament to 20 September - 4 October from its May start because of the coronavirus outbreak
An electronic review system will be in place on clay courts for the first time on the ATP Tour as part of a trial that will be in place at select events this season, the governing body for men’s tennis said on Friday.
Maharashtra Open 2019: Kevin Anderson avenges last year's defeat against Gilles Simon to set up final with Ivo Karlovic
Ivo Karlovic cut short the remarkable comeback run of Steve Darcis to set up the Tata Open Maharashtra clash with Kevin Anderson, who avenged his last year's defeat against Gilles Simon on Friday.
ATP season review: Novak Djokovic leads old world order despite definite inroads by Alexander Zverev-led Next Gen
Despite Djokovic, Nadal and Federer splitting the four majors between themselves, the youngsters have started to make serious headway in terms of ranking and skill, and have started to challenge the best in the game.
Cincinnati Masters: Former champions Andy Murray and Victoria Azarenka handed wildcards into tournament
Murray and Azarenka, both former winners of the tournament, will line up in the 56-player fields for the tournament, which takes place from 11-19 August in Ohio.
Roger Federer withdraws from Toronto's Rogers Cup to lighten schedule, conserve energy for top events
The Rogers Cup is played in Toronto and is attended by several high-ranking tennis stars, but this year's tournament will not feature Roger Federer as he aims to lighten his schedule.
Stuttgart Open 2018: Prajnesh Gunneswaran misses out on clash with Roger Federer after 2nd round loss
Prajnesh, who qualified into the tournament and stunned World No 23 Denis Shapovalov in the opening round, lost 6-7(4) 4-6 to the World No 75 Guido Pella
Miami Open: Juan Martin Del Potro hopes to win third straight ATP title of 2018 at 'favourite' tournament
Juan Martin Del Potro captured his second ATP title in a row when he beat Roger Federer to win the Indian Wells Masters title.
Jaziri overcame a second-set blip to see off qualifier Tsitsipas 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 and reach the third semi-final of his career.
Nadal, favoured to win the tournament, had been due to face fellow Spaniard Feliciano Lopez.
Gojowczyk has beaten three Americans already this week: sixth-seeded John Isner in the second round, Reilly Opelka in the quarterfinals and Johnson.
Anderson played flawlessly in the third set tie-break to win 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (1) in two hours and 13 minutes, ending Querrey's hopes of a title on home soil.
The 36-year-old was sidelined for a significant period in 2016 with a knee injury and upon his return in 2017, Federer competed in just 12 tournaments and the move appears to have paid off.
Rotterdam Open: Stan Wawrinka falls to World 259 Tallon Griekspoor in first round; David Goffin beats Nicolas Mahut
Wawrinka slumped to another surprise defeat by an outsider, after losing in the Australian Open second round to Tennys Sandgren and in the Sofia Open semi-finals to Mirza Basic.
New York Open: Donald Young accuses Ryan Harrison of making racist comments in heated first round match
Things turned nasty between Donald Young and Ryan Harrison during their New York Open match and then it continued on Twitter.
Nadal was forced to pull out of his Australian Open quarter-final against Marin Cilic in the fifth set two weeks ago due to a thigh injury.
Ferrer's second round opponent will be last year's beaten finalist Joao Soa of Portugal who beat American Donald Young 6-7 (8), 6-4, 6-2.
Bhambri's first serve let him down today as he bowed out with a 6-4 3-6 4-6 defeat against the 81st ranked Frenchman.
Yuki has long been India's big hope after winning the junior Australian Open in 2009 and prestigious Orange Bowl in the same year.