The ATP top 20 calendar in February

The ATP top 20 calendar in February
The ATP top 20 calendar in February
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The month of February has arrived with tournaments from the ATP 250 and ATP 500 series and the top 20 players will move around the world. The only one who has not signed up for any tournament so far and will rest is Novak Djokovic.

The events give the possibility of the A+ wild-card, that is, at the last minute, but in principle the Serb should not play.

The number two in the world, Carlos Alcaraz, will defend his title at the ATP 250 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from the 12th and will try to regain the Rio Open trophy from the 19th where he defends the final. He will not compete in Acapulco. The Spaniard has 550 points to defend and can leave with a maximum of 750, that is, with 200 added if he wins both competitions.

Daniil Medvedev, third placed, will have Rotterdam, Doha and Dubai where he will have the tough task of defending all his achievements.

Rafael Nadal is not in the top 20, but he will play in Doha, Qatar, and the possibility of Dubai is being discussed even though he is not on the list.

Among the Brazilians, Thiago Wild, 81st, is in the keys to Córdoba, Buenos Aires, Rio Open and Santiago.

Check out the calendar of the top 20 + Nadal + Wild:

1 – Novak Djokovic: no tournaments
2 – Carlos Alcaraz: ATP 250 Buenos Aires (12-18 February), Rio Open (19-25 February)
3 – Daniil Medvedev: ATP 500 Rotterdam (12-18 February), ATP 250 Doha (19-24 February), ATP 500 Dubái (26 February-2 March)
4 – Jannik Sinner: ATP 500 Rotterdam (12-18 February)
5 – Andrey Rublev: ATP 500 Rotterdam (12-18 February), ATP 250 Doha (19-24 February), ATP 500 Dubai (26 February-2 March)
6 – Alexander Zverev: ATP 250 Los Cabos (19-24 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
7 – Holger Rune: ATP 250 Montpellier (this week), ATP 500 Rotterdam (12-18 February), ATP 250 Los Cabos (19-24 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
8 – Hubert Hurkacz: Group I Davis Cup Qualifier (this week), ATP 250 Marseille (5-11 February), ATP 500 Rotterdam (12-18 February), ATP 500 Dubai (26 February-2 March)
9 – Taylor Fritz: Davis Cup Playoffs Qualifier (this week), ATP 250 Delray Beach (12-18 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
10 – Stefanos Tsitsipas: Group I Davis Cup Qualifier (this week), ATP 250 Los Cabos (19-24 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
11 – Alex de Miñaur: ATP 500 Rotterdam (12-18 February), ATP 250 Los Cabos (19-24 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
12 – Casper Ruud: Group I Davis Cup Qualifier (this week), ATP 250 Los Cabos (19-24 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
13 – Grigor Dimitrov: ATP 250 Marseille (5-11 February), ATP 500 Rotterdam (12-18 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
14 – Frances Tiafoe: ATP 250 Dallas (5-11 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
15 – Tommy Paul: ATP 250 Dallas (5-11 February), ATP 250 Delray Beach (12-18 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
16 – Ben Shelton: ATP 250 Dallas (5-11 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
17 – Adrian Mannarino: Davis Cup Playoffs Qualifier (this week), ATP 250 Dallas (5-11 February), ATP 250 Delray Beach (12-18 February), ATP 500 Dubai (26 February-2 March)
18 – Karen Khachanov: ATP 250 Marseille (5-11 February), ATP 250 Doha (19-24 February), ATP 500 Dubai (26 February-2 March)
19 – Cameron Norrie: ATP 250 Buenos Aires (12-18 February), Rio Open (19-25 February), ATP 500 Acapulco (26 February-2 March)
20 – Nicolás Jarry: Davis Cup Playoffs Qualifier (this week), ATP 250 Buenos Aires (12-18 February), Rio Open (19-25 February), ATP 250 Santiago (26 February-3 March)

Rafael Nadal – ATP 250 Doha (19-25 February)

Thiago Wild – ATP 250 Córdoba (5-11 February), ATP 250 Buenos Aires (12-18 February), Rio Open (19-25 February), ATP 250 Santiago (26 February-2 March)


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