As always, the month of February is full of tennis tournaments (12 for being more specific), most of them essentially leading tournaments in the circuit.
The best bit of the month is the Dubai Open, attended by Roger Federer, though ahead of that we certainly have one more great one in Europe, the Rotterdam Open. Afterwards, there will be a couple of very key South-American events: the ATP Mexico Open in Mexico (in which Rafael Nadal reported he will get involved) and the ATP Rio in Brasil (contested on outdoor clay courts).
The ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament is a long standing tournament in the ATP professional circuit.
Kei Nishikori and Hyeon Chung would be present in the beginning of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament.
However, there are still concerns about Nishikori’s presence in Rotterdam, as the Japanese remains injured since the Australian Open.
Alex Zverev and Marin Cilic might possibly perform in Holland, a little something that will bring more enjoyment to the crowds.
The British player Kyle Edmund is not yet restored following an accident endured in Melbourne and definitely will miss the competition.
The tournament will miss previous year’s winner Roger Federer, who reported he will skip out on Rotterdam to perform in Dubai.
Along with the appearance of Roger Federer, Dubai will have many top players in mid February for a great tennis spectacle.
There may be unfortunate reports arriving from Nadal, who said he may attend the Dubai Tennis Championships, nevertheless it seems the world’s #2 player will go straight to Mexico.
During the end of the month, the Abierto Mexicano will get together many top tennis players, once more.
Nadal is definitely not the only one top rated player taking part in the Mexican Open: the event will feature Zverev, Isner and Anderson.
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