For the Upcoming Second Edition of the ATP Cup 2021 Some of the world’s leading tennis player has arrived in australia for the tournament and looking to perform after COVID-19 Pandemic. The likes of World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, No. 2 Rafael Nadal and No. 3 Dominic Thiem are preparing for an abbreviated ATP Cup, new and relocated tournaments in Melbourne and an Australian Open pushed back to February from its traditional mid-January start.
In the same week, Melbourne will also host two ATP 250 events, which run 31 Jan. – 6 Feb. David Goffin and Karen Khachanov will headline the Murray River Open (Melbourne 1), while Stan Wawrinka and home favorite Nick Kyrgios feature at Great Ocean Road Open (Melbourne 2). #NextGenATP stars including Jannik Sinner (Melbourne 1) and Felix Auger-Aliassime (Melbourne 2) will also be in action.
Also First Grand Slam Events 2021 of Australian Open also to be held from 8-21 February. This competition to be played with a limited capacity of fans. Djokovic is the defending champion after defeating Thiem in five sets last year to claim his eighth Melbourne crown.