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Tel Aviv returns to the ATP calendar


The Israeli city will once again host the men’s circuit test after reaching an agreement with the ATP Tour for an annual license.

The ATP Tour announced on Monday the granting of an annual license to Tel Aviv through 2023. The Tel Aviv Watergen Open, an ATP 250 indoor tournament, will be held at the Tel Aviv International Convention Center from 5-11. November at the same time Moselle Open in Metz (France). The preliminary phase is 4-5 November. The tournament has hosted big names during its previous roundsbecause it is a good level of competition.

In the final set, Novak Djokovic won the tournament after defeating Marin Cilic in two comfortable sets in the final. This edition featured players of the level of finalists, Diego Schwartzman or Dominic Thiem. The Serbian could repeat his presence to confirm the championship, but it is still too early to tell. Coinciding with the Metz tournament, the players are split between the two destinations. The tournament is played in the last bars of the season, so can be important points for qualification. It is likely that several players will repeat their presence in this tournament, especially those who achieved good results.

For the second year in a row, the ATP Tour will visit the city of Israel. Last September, Tel Aviv hosted an ATP Tour tournament for the first time since 1996. This tournament was the place where ATP Tour legend Jimmy Connors won the last individual championship his career in 1989. American Aaron Krickstein holds the ATP record title as the youngest winner, winning in the Israeli city in 1983 when he was just 16 years old. In the first edition since his return, the Serb took the title, adding to the legend of the tournament.


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