REVISED ATP/WTA 2020 Calendars

by Staff | July 2nd, 2020, 12:11 am

Due to the impact of the Coronavirus, both ATP and WTA schedules have been revised per below.

August 22 – Cincinnati (in NYC)
August 31 – US Open

September 8 – Kitzbuhel
September 14 – Rome
September 21 – Hamburg
September 27 – French Open

October 12 – St. Petersburg, Cologne, Sardinia
October 19 – Antwerp, Cologne
October 26 – Vienna, Nur-Sultan

November 2 – Paris Indoors
November 9 – Sofia
November 15 – London ATP Finals

August 3 – Palermo
August 10 – Prague, Lexington
August 21 – Cincinnati (in NYC)
August 31 – US Open

September 7 – Istanbul
September 21 – Rome, Strasbourg
September 27 – French Open

October 19 – Ostrava

Nov 9 – Linz
TBD – Seoul

Last update: October 13

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5 Comments for REVISED ATP/WTA 2020 Calendars

Mark Says:

Djokovic just won the W&S 1000 Title equaling Nadal in 1000 titles and raising his Big Title King’s score to 57. Who is talking about Federer being GOAT now!

By the way…Nole is also the ONLY player in History to have won ALL Masters 1000 TWICE! Nobody else has even done that ONCE.

chrisford1 Says:

The “Big title” King if you consider all big titles equal is now Djokovic.
But interestingly, if you assign weight by the ATP points awarded, 2000 for slams, 1500 for ATP Champ, and 1000 for Masters you get the following for “Big Title points”:
Roger Federer 77,000 points.
Novak Djokovic 76,500 points.
Rafa Nadal 73,000 points.

Just another way of looking at things I like. Glad you brought it up, because your net big titles won is a great metric, and making it weighted by ATP points given rebuts the instant argument that “You can’t consider a Masters title the equal of a Slam”.
I think Olympic gold singles is a big title so I’d add 1500 points to Rafa’s total.
It makes for another thing to compare your fave’s career, against others.

Wog Boy Says:

Kopaonik mountain 1991, who would have taught then, that this 4 years old boy will become the best tennis player of this era, 29 years later (English subtitles, his father is behind camera talking):

skeezer Says:

Best tennis player of this era? You mean the Covid era right?

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