STARNBERG, January 31, 2022
Following the Australian Open, the ATP Tour moves to three ATP 250 events on three continents.
Dominic Thiem will make his return from a right wrist injury at the Cordoba Open. The Austrian star is the second seed at the clay-court event, where home favourite Diego Schwartzman is the top seed. Cristian Garin of Chile and Italian Lorenzo Sonego round out the tournament’s Top four seeds.
— Córdoba Open (@CordobaOpen) January 30, 2022
Alexander Zverev of Germany accepted a wild card into the Open Sud de France in Montpellier, where he lifted the trophy in 2017. No. 2 seed will be Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain.
La 1ere partie du tableau… pic.twitter.com/kc8y8S3knU
— Open Sud de France – Montpellier (@OpenSuddeFrance) January 29, 2022
Russia’s Aslan Karatsev will lead the field at the Tata Open Maharashtra in Pune. Italian young gun Lorenzo Musetti is seeded second in India.
5️⃣ rounds of scintillating action
1️⃣ winner 🏆
— Tata Open Maharashtra (@MaharashtraOpen) January 29, 2022