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Medvedev will warm up in two “Masters” before the US Open! August tournament schedule

Date: May 29, 2024 Time: 18:28:57

Not all of the world’s strongest tennis players have yet returned from their Wimbledon vacation, but for the Masters in August, they will already have to pick up rackets, otherwise they risk not preparing for the US Open.

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ATP-500. Washington (United States). July 31 – August 6

Hard and open courts.

List of participants: Taylor Fritz (world number 9 at the time of tournament application), Francis Tiafoe (10), Felix Auger-Aliassime (12), Hubert Hurkach (18), Grigor Dimitrov (24), Sebastian Korda (25), Alexander Bublik (26), Yoshihito Nishioka (27), Aslan Karatsev (50), Alexander Shevchenko (97).

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The tournament has been held in Washington since 1969. The record holder for the number of titles is Andre Agassi – five. Guillermo Vilas, Jimmy Connors, Andy Roddick and Juan Martín del Potro stood out three times. The Russians did not win these competitions, but Evgeny Kafelnikov (1999) and Daniil Medvedev (2019) made it to the final. Daniil was originally going to play in the current draw, but eventually withdrew from the competition and decided to extend his vacation after Wimbledon. Nick Kyrgios, who won in both 2019 and 2022, won’t play this year either. In his absence, the grid was led by Americans Taylor Fritz and Francis Tiafoe. Among the participants also appear the Russians Aslan Karatsev and Alexander Shevchenko.

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ATP-250. Kitzbühel (Austria). July 31 – August 5

Clay ground, open courts.

List of participants: Thomas-Martin Etchevery (32), Yannick Hanfman (45), Sebastian Baez (46), Zhang Zhizhen (52), Dusan Lajovic (56), Roberto Carballes-Baena (57), Laszlo Jere (60), Juan Pablo Varillas ( 63).

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The Austrian Open has been held since 1894. During this time it was based in Prague, Vienna, Salzburg, Pörtschach, Graz and Kitzbühel, and the competition finally settled in this city in 1967. The tournament is traditionally held on clay and recently completed the summer part of the season on clay. In the Open Era, Guillermo Vilas of Argentina holds the record for the most titles with four, followed by Spain’s Albert Costa three times. In 2023, the team was headed by the Argentine Thomas Martin Etcheverry and the German Yannick Hanfman.

ATP-250. Los Cabos (Mexico). July 31 – August 5

Hard and open courts.

List of participants: Stefanos Tsitsipas (5), Cameron Norrie (13), Borna Coric (14), Tommy Paul (15), Alex de Minor (17), Nicholas Harri (WC/28), Dominik Koepfer (86), Ilya Ivashko (102) .

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This Mexican tournament appeared on the ATP calendar in 2016. The Croatian Ivo Karlovich became the first champion, and in 2022 the Russian Daniil Medvedev also stood out, but this year he did not defend the title. The 2023 key was led by the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas and the British Cameron Norrie, who was champion in 2021, and in 2022 he lost in the decisive match only to Medvedev.

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WTA-500. Washington (United States). July 31 – August 6

Hard and open courts.

List of participants: Jessica Pegula (4), Caroline Garcia (5), Corey Gauff (7), Maria Sakkari (8), Daria Kasatkina (10), Belinda Bencic (14), Ludmila Samsonova (15), Madison Keys (18), Anastasia Potapova (22).

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The women’s tournament in Washington has been held since 2011. The first champion was Russian Nadezhda Petrova. Svetlana Kuznetsova (2014, 2018), Ekaterina Makarova (2017) and Lyudmila Samsonova (2022) also excelled here. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (2012, 2015) was also a finalist. This season, the tournament raised its status from WTA-250 to WTA-500, inheriting it from San Diego. This year’s draw was led by Jessica Pegula and Caroline Garcia. Among the participants are three Russians: Daria Kasatkina, Anastasia Potapova and the current champion Samsonova.

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WTA-250. Prague, Czech Republic). July 31 – August 6

Hard and open courts.

List of participants: Marie Bouzkova (33), Zhu Lin (34), Zhang Shuai (38), Linda Noskova (45), Xiyu Wang (65), Xinyu Wang (73), Alize Cornet (74), Anna Shmidlova (77).

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The Prague women’s tournament was held from 1995 to 2010, after which it moved to the ITF category. During this time, the Russians also became champions – Dinara Safina (2005) and Vera Zvonareva (2008). And the Prague Open was formed in 2010 as a challenger and in 2015 it came under the auspices of the WTA. The champions were mainly Czech tennis players, and in the last draw, Russia’s Anastasia Potapova reached the final. This year, Russian tennis players were not allowed to participate in the tournament, which caused a scandal. Well, the grid was headed by the current champion Marie Bouzkova and the Chinese Zhu Lin.

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ATP Masters 1000. Toronto (Canada). August 7-13

Hard and open courts.

List of participants: Carlos Alcaraz (1), Daniil Medvedev (3), Kasper Ruud (4), Stefanos Tsitsipas (5), Holger Rune (6), Andrey Rublev (7), Yannick Sinner (8), Taylor Fritz (9), Karen Khachanov (eleven).

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The tournament has been held in Canada since 1881. With the advent of the “Masters Series” in 1990, the competition has become firmly established in this so-called “Super Nine”. A characteristic of this tournament is that the city of its celebration alternates constantly: in one year it is held in Montreal and the other in Toronto. At the same time, a women’s tournament is also played, where the alternation is carried out in reverse order. So it turns out such a united and separate tournament, which takes place simultaneously in two different cities. In the Open Era, Ivan Lendl holds the record for the most titles in Canada with six. Five wins for Rafael Nadal, four for Novak Djokovic, three for Andre Agassi and Andy Murray. Russian tennis players also stood out here. Andrey Chesnokov (1991), Marat Safin (2000) and Daniil Medvedev (2021) were the champions here, Evgeny Kafelnikov (1999) and Medvedev himself (2019) reached the final.

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WTA-1000. Montréal Canada). August 7-13

Hard and open courts.

List of participants: Iga Swiatek (1), Arina Sobolenko (2), Elena Rybakina (3), Jessica Pegula (4), Caroline Garcia (5), Corey Gauff (6), Petra Kvitova (7), Maria Sakkari (8), Daria Kasatkina (10), Veronica Kudermetova (13).

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For women, the Open Era record holders for most titles are Chris Evert and Monica Seles with four each. Martina Navratilova, Serena Williams and Simona Halep distinguished themselves three times. Among the Russians, the titles in Canada were won by Dinara Safina (2008) and Elena Dementieva (2009). The Soviet tennis player Natalya Zvereva (1988), the Russians Lina Krasnorutskaya (2003), Elena Likhovtseva (2004), Maria Sharapova (2009) and Vera Zvonareva (2010) also reached the final.

ATP Masters 1000. Cincinnati (United States). August 13-20

Hard and open courts.

List of participants: Carlos Alcaras (1), Novak Djokovic (2), Daniil Medvedev (3), Kasper Ruud (4), Stefanos Tsitsipas (5), Holger Rune (6), Andrey Rublev (7), Yannick Sinner (8), Karen Khachanov (eleven).

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The Cincinnati tournament has been held since 1899, and since 1990 it has always been a part of the Masters Series. Roger Federer holds the record for most wins in the Open Era with seven. Mats Wilander has won here four times, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi have each won three times. In 2019, the Russian Daniil Medvedev also stood out here. And in 2021 Andrey Rublev reached the final.

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WTA-1000. Cincinnati (United States). August 13-20

Hard and open courts.

List of participants: Iga Swiatek (1), Arina Sobolenko (2), Elena Rybakina (3), Jessica Pegula (4), Caroline Garcia (5), Ons Jaber (6), Corey Gauff (7), Petra Kvitova (8), Daria Kasatkina (11), Veronika Kudermetova (14), Lyudmila Samsonova (17), Ekaterina Aleksandrova (21), Anastasia Potapova (26), Anna Blinkova (37), Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (SR/98).

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In women’s Cincinnati, the Russians won several times: Vera Zvonareva (2006), Anna Chakvetadze (2007), Nadezhda Petrova (2008), Maria Sharapova (2011), Zvonareva (2004), Dinara Safina (2009), Sharapova (2010) too reached the final) and Svetlana Kuznetsova (2019).

ATP-250. Winston Salem (United States). August 20-26

Hard and open courts.

List of participants: Borna Coric (15), Pablo Carregno-Busta (23), Jan-Lennard Struff (24), Roberto Bautista-Agut (25), Adrian Mannarino (27), Daniel Evans (30), Yoshihito Nishioka (31), Jiri Legechka (33), Roman Safiullin (47).

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This tournament has been held since 1981. At first it was located on Long Island and was indicative. In 1990 it was included in the ATP tour calendar, since 2005 it is already in New Haven, and since 2011 it has been held in Winston-Salem. Among the champions of different years there were also Russians: Evgeny Kafelnikov (1994, 1995), Nikolai Davydenko (2006) and Daniil Medvedev (2018).

WTA-250. Cleveland (United States). August 20-26

Hard and open courts.

Participant list: Barbora Kreychikova (12), Lyudmila Samsonova (17), Ekaterina Alexandrova (21), Angelina Kalinina (28), Mayar Sheriff (31), Paula Badosa (33), Katerzhina Sinyakova (36), Anna Blinkova (37 ) ) .

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The tournament appeared only in 2021 and the Estonian Anett Kontaveit celebrated the victory here. Well, the current champion is now the Russian Lyudmila Samsonova.

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