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IN PROGRESS / UPCOMING TENNIS EVENTS – FULL 2019 SCHEDULE

MERCEDESCUP

Stuttgart, Germany

2019.06.10 - 2019.06.16
ATP World Tour 250

LIBEMA OPEN

s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

2019.06.10 - 2019.06.16
ATP World Tour 250

FEVER-TREE CHAMPIONSHIPS

London, United Kingdom

2019.06.17 to 2019.06.23
ATP World Tour 500

2019 NOVENTI OPEN

Halle, Germany

2019.06.17 to 2019.06.23
ATP World Tour 500

NATURE VALLEY INTERNATIONAL

Eastbourne, United Kingdom

2019.06.24 - 2019.06.29
ATP World Tour 250

ANTALYA OPEN

Antalya, Turkey

2019.06.23 - 2019.06.29
ATP World Tour 250

 

Tsitsipas, Felix Lead Race To Milan

NEWS SOURCE: ATP News
ORIGINAL SOURCE – Tsitsipas, Felix Lead Race To Milan

The top of the ATP Race To Milan remains unchanged, but the competition for the final qualification spot has become more and more tense with five months to go until the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan.

Reigning Next Gen ATP Finals champion Stefanos Tsitsipas, 20, and 18-year-old Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime lead the Race, which will determine seven of the eight 21-and-under players at the tournament. The eighth position is reserved for a wild card.

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Tsitsipas won his first ATP Tour clay-court title last month at the Millennium Estoril Open (d. Cuevas), and Auger-Aliassime made his second ATP Tour final of the season in Lyon (l. to Paire).

Right behind Auger-Aliassime is countryman Denis Shapovalov, who made the Lyon quarter-finals and is competing this week, alongside Auger-Aliassime, on grass at the MercedesCup in Stuttgart. American Frances Tiafoe, who reached the third round at the Mutua Madrid Open, is in fourth place.

Further down the Race leaderboard, Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic currently holds the seventh and final qualification spot. But a pair of 20-year-old #NextGenATP players made gains at Roland Garros and are close behind the 19-year-old Belgrade native.

Read More: Moutet Leading France’s #NextGenATP In Paris

France’s Corentin Moutet picked up two of his three tour-level wins by making the third round at Roland Garros and is in eighth position in the Race, trailing Kecmanovic by only 28 points. Sweden’s Mikael Ymer qualified and picked up his first tour-level win of the year – and his first career Grand Slam win – by making the second round. Ymer trails Kecmanovic by only 55 points in the Race.

POSTED ON June 10, 2019

 

 

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