Western & Southern Open (ATP)

  • August 13 - August 20, 2017

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You’d think that an event once called “The ATP Championship” would have been held at year’s end. But for 20 years, it was the name of this Midwestern summer staple. “Our event was the first to help organize, establish and contribute a player pension fund for the ATP back in 1979, when it was a men’s only tournament,” says tournament director Andre Silva. Cincy did more than help former players—it helped establish the ATP Masters 1000s. In 2001, Silva watched, in awe, as fellow Brazilian Gustavo Kuerten won the title. “It was then I realized how strong these ATP Masters 1000 fields are,” he says. “The lowest ranked player he beat that week was No. 27 Andy Roddick, and he played three Top 10 players.”


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