The Men’s Tennis Schedule 2021 is broken into 12 tournaments in total. The Tennis singles and doubles will be commenced by the Moselle Open and Astana Open. The Moselle Open tournament and Astana Open Tournament will be carried out in Metz, France and Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, respectively. The Tennis tournament 2021 will commence from the 20th of September and will continue till the 27th of September, 2021. The defending champion of the Astana Open Tournament is John Millman, an Australian player.
Following these two tournaments next in the Men’s Tennis Schedule 2021 comes the Sofia Open and the San Diego Open, which will be carried out in Sofia, Bulgaria and San Diego, USA. The Tennis Tournament 2021 will be initiated on the 27th of September and will be settled on the 4th of October. The defending champion of the Sofia Open Tournament is the Italian player Jannik Sinner. Furthermore, BNP Paribas Open is scheduled to begin by the 4th of October and continue until the 18th of October. The tournament will be held in Indian Wells, USA.
The VTB Kremlin Cup will be held in Moscow, Russia alongside the European Open in Antwerp, Belgium. The tournaments will be initiated on the 18th of October and will continue till the 25th of October. The defending champion of the European Open tournament is Ugo Humbert. Next in the schedule comes the Erste Bank Open and St Petersburg Open Tournaments.
The Tennis Tournament 2021 will be held in the city of music, Vienna, Austria and St Petersburg, Russia. The tournaments are planned to start from 25th October and will be completed by the 1st of November. Andrey Rublev is the defending champion of both of these tournaments.
The tournaments will be from 1st November to 8th November, 7th November to 14th November and 14th November to 22nd November. Daniil Medvedev is the defending champion of the Rolex Paris Masters and Nitto ATP Finals.
Men’s Tennis Schedule 2021
|01||Metz, France||20-27 September|
|02||Nur- Sultan, Kazakhstan||20-27 September|
|03||Sofia, Bulgaria||27 September- 04 October|
|04||San Diego, USA||27 September- 04 October|
|05||Indian Wells, USA||04 October- 18 October|
|06||Moscow, Russia||18 October- 25 October|
|07||Antwerp, Belgium||18 October- 25 October|
|08||Vienna, Austria||25 October- 1 November|
|09||St.Petersburg, Russia||25 October- 1 November|
|10||Paris, France||1-8 November|
|11||Stockholm, Sweden||7-14 November|
|12||Turin, Italy||14-22 November|
The next few months are going to be very busy for Tennis fans as there will be a lot to watch. The tournaments to be held shortly will reveal whether or not the defending champions will be the champions of the year any longer. Let’s see what 2021 has to unravel for the Tennis enthusiasts.