Wild cards Marc-Andrea Huesler and Dominic Stricker capped a dream week on home soil on Sunday when they overcame Polish duo Szymon Walkow and Jan Zielinski 6-1, 7-6(7) to lift the Swiss Open Gstaad trophy.
The Swiss, who were competing in just their second ATP Tour event together, dropped only
© Hiroshi Sato #Tokyo2020 #Olympics #Tennis Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah defeat Pablo Carreno Busta and Alejandro Davidovich Fokina on Sunday in Tokyo. This article contains: Musetti/Sonego also advance
Great Britain’s Cameron Norrie did not drop a set all week en route to his first ATP Tour title at the Mifel Open on Saturday.
The 25-year-old is enjoying a career-best season this year, having now notched 35 tour-level wins this year. The lefty was competing in his fourth ATP Tour
Mexican Hans Hach Verdugo and American John Isner were already neighbours, who live three doors apart in Dallas, Texas. Now, the good friends can say they won an ATP Tour doubles title together.
Hach Verdugo and Isner made a perfect team debut at the Mifel Open, where they defeated American
#NextGenATP star Carlos Alcaraz turned to his team and roared after hitting a final backhand winner on Saturday evening in Umag. The 18-year-old will not soon forget that moment, when he clinched a berth in his first tour-level final.
Alcaraz clawed past top seed Albert Ramos-Vinolas 6-2, 7-6(3) to advance to
Third seed Casper Ruud’s dominant clay-court run continued on Saturday at the Swiss Open Gstaad as he defeated Czech qualifier Vit Kopriva 6-3, 6-0 to reach his second ATP Tour final in as many weeks.
The Norwegian, who lifted the Nordea Open trophy last week, was made to battle against Kopriva
Frenchman Hugo Gaston’s dream run continued on Saturday at the Swiss Open Gstaad as he battled back to defeat seventh seed Laslo Djere 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 and reach his first ATP Tour final.
The 20-year-old, who had never advanced past the second round at a tour-level event before this week, played
© AFP/Getty Images Daniil Medvedev advances to the second round in Tokyo with a straight-sets win against Alexander Bublik. This article contains: Djokovic still to play Saturday
Daniil Medvedev had
Vit Kopriva has had a dream week at the Swiss Open Gstaad. Entering the tournament, the 24-year-old had never competed in an ATP Tour main draw.
Now, the World No. 249 is the second player to reach the semi-finals on his ATP Tour debut since May 2012, joining this year’s
Could this be the week that #NextGenATP Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz wins his first ATP Tour title?
The 18-year-old earned an impressive win on Friday evening at the Plava Laguna Croatia Open Umag, where he defeated third seed Filip Krajinovic 7-6(3), 2-6, 6-1 after two hours and 18 minutes to reach his