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July 2022

July begins with the business end of The Championships, followed by a quieter period in the tennis calendar after a hectic few weeks. 

Three surfaces in one month on the ATP Tour

The biggest event in July after Wimbledon is the ATP500 event on clay in Hamburg (Germany), which features the likes of Carlos Alcaraz, Andrey Rublev and Jannik Sinner.

There are other ATP250 events on the European clay in Bastad (Sweden), Gstaad (Switzerland), Kitzbuhel (Austria) and Umag (Croatia).

Many of the top players will be taking a break ahead of the US hard court swing. An ATP250 event in Atlanta (United States) gets that swing underway at the end of the month. The other ATP250 event in July is the final grass event of the year in Newport (United States).

A similarly quiet month on the WTA Tour

Many of the top women’s players will also be taking a break this month, as July features only 250-level events on the WTA tour post

Wimbledon, with clay tournaments in Lausanne (Switzerland), Budapest (Hungary), Hamburg, Palermo (Italy) and Warsaw (Poland). There is just one hard court event in Prague (Czech Republic).

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