Challenger Tour Weekly Recap: Italy and Argentina on the Rise

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While many of the usual Challenger Tour competitors were in New York for the US Open qualifying, Italy and Argentina dominated the circuit this week. A player from the former country won at home in Barletta, while someone from the latter took Warsaw. The winner of the third event in Prague has dual Italian-Argentinian citizenship, […] READ MORE






Challenger Tour Weekly Recap: Seventh Teenage Winner of the Season; An All-Turkish Final

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For the second time in ATP Challenger Tour history, there was a final contested between two players coming from Turkey. In Tampere, Jiri Lehecka joined Carlos Alcaraz, Holger Rune, Dominic Stricker, Juan Manuel Cerundolo, Brandon Nakashima, and Carlos Gimeno Valero as the 7th teenage titlist of the season. Read back on this week’s action: Tampere […] READ MORE


Challenger Tour Weekly Recap: Who’s the Dutch No. 1?

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Two finals between the top two seeds were played out this week on the ATP Challenger Tour, which hadn’t happened before this season. One of them included a meeting of the two highest-ranked Dutchmen in the ATP Rankings. Who took it and how did the tournaments in Iasi, Amersfoort, Nur-Sultan, and Todi play out? Read […] READ MORE


Challenger Tour Weekly Recap: Altmaier and Etcheverry No Longer in the Running for Best Player Without a Challenger Title

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South Americans proved their clay-court excellence in the Challenger 125 event in Salzburg this week, dominating the field and taking all the spots in the semifinals. Meanwhile, tournaments in Braunschweig and Perugia gave us brand new winners, players who have been among the very best still lacking an appearance in the winner’s circle for a […] READ MORE