After the US Open, what big events are left on the 2021 tennis calendar?

We review the most important events that will take place in the coming months in the world of tennis.


Laver Cup. The competition promoted by Roger Federer in which two teams (Europe and the rest of the world) face each other for the final title will be held between September 24 and 26 and can be seen on Eurosport. Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev, Andrey Rublev, Matteo Berrettini and Casper Ruud have already been chosen in the selection of the old continent.

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Other tournaments:

September 20: Astana Open (ATP 250) September 20: Moselle Open (ATP 250) September 27: San Diego Open (ATP 250) September 27: Sofia Open (ATP 250) September 27: WTA Chicago (WTA 500 , with confirmed presence of Garbiñe Muguruza)

Team Europa at the Laver Cup

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Indian Wells. It was postponed to this month by the pandemic, making it the penultimate 1,000 Masters of the year. It will be held between October 4 and 17 and hopes to have the presence of Carlos Alcaraz, who after reaching the quarterfinals of the US Open is recovering from a fibrillar rupture. There will also be a female team.

Other tournaments:

October 18: Kremlin Cup (ATP 250) October 18: European Open (ATP 250) October 25: Erste Bank Open (ATP 500) October 25: St. Petersburg Open (ATP 250)

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Paris Masters 1,000. The last Masters of the year will be held from November 1 to 7. It will be the last great opportunity for the big rackets to collect points for the Masters Cup dispute. Medvedev is the reigning champion after knocking down Zverev last year.

Billie Jean King Cup. The renowned Federation Cup will be very special for the Spanish team led by Anabel Medina. And it is almost certainly the last tournament played by the Canarian Carla Suárez in her career. It will be played in the Czech Republic and Spain is in group C along with the United States and Slovakia. From November 1 to 7.

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Next Gen ATP Finals. Tournament in which the seven best tennis players under 21 years of age participate in addition to a guest. Carlos Alcaraz is qualified and will be the third Spaniard to contest it after Jaume Munar and Álex Davidovich. They will take place from November 8 to 13.

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WTA Finals. The eight best tennis players in the world face off, also from 8 to 13 and in Guadalajara (Mexico). Ashleigh Barty, Aryna Sabalenka, Barbora Krejcikova and Karolina Pliskova have the place assured. Garbiñe Muguruza, in ninth position, has options to get into the tournament. Paula Badosa (27th) has it more complicated.

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Nitto ATP Finals. It is disputed by the eight best classifieds in the ATP ranking, although Nadal will not be there after announcing that he will not participate in the remainder of 2021, leaving the tournament without Spanish representation. It kicks off on November 15 and Djokovic, Medvedev and Tsitsipas already have their positions secured.

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Davis cup. The second edition of Gerard Piqué’s renewed Davis Cup in Madrid kicks off on November 22. The Navy, without Nadal, will seek to revalidate the champion title achieved in 2019. Spain shares the group with Russia and Ecuador.

Other tournaments:

November 8: Stockholm Open (ATP 250)


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