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Brisbane tournament returns to ATP calendar after five years

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Tournament ATP 250 Brisbane International and Brisbane, Australia, return to the ATP calendar after a five-year absence.

In the 2024 season, the Brisbane tournament will be held on hard courts at the Queensland Tennis Center in parallel with the WTA 500 tournament from 31 December to 7 January. 32 tennis players will participate in the main draw in singles and 24 tennis players in doubles. The main draw of the women’s tournament will increase from 32 tennis players to 48 tennis players, and the doubles will have 24 pairs.

The prize money for the Brisbane tournament in the 2024 season will be a record 3.1 million Australian dollars (1.87 million euros or 2 million US dollars).

The last winner of the ATP 250 tournament in Brisbane was Japan’s Kei Nishikori, the former world number four racket, who beat Daniil Medvedev in three sets in the 2019 final.

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Katerina Beindl – Janina Wickmayer. Watch online. Live broadcast

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September 30, Ukrainian tennis player Katerina Beindl (No. 88 WTA) will continue to compete in the WTA 1000 tournament in Beijing (China).

The Ukrainian will face Yanina Wickmayer (No. 78 WTA) from Belgium in the qualifying final. The meeting will take place on court No. 3 as the first kickoff. Approximate start time of the match 06:00 Kyiv time.

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Sakkari’s semi-final against Pegula took place in Tokyo early on Saturday morning

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Maria Sakkari (No. 6) will meet Jessica Pegula in the semifinals of the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo on Saturday morning (September 30th). The game is expected to start at around 8:00 a.m. The channel in detail.

Maria Sakkari (No. 6) beat Caroline Garcia with a 2-0 set (6:2, 6:2) and thus celebrated her ticket to the semi-finals of the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo.

There the Greek tennis player will meet Jessica Pegula (No. 4), with the game expected to start on Saturday morning (September 30th) at around 8:00 a.m. The game will be broadcast live on Novasports 6HD, while you can watch the development on Sportish’s Match Center.

she Ia is the 9th game between Sakkari and Pegula, with the Greek leading 5-3 in wins over the American.

He had also beaten them 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 in their last meeting, which was in the semifinals of the Citi Open in Washington about a month and a half ago.

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“Daniil Medvedev was superior to Tommy Paul in all components, the American did not know what to do at all” – Olkhovsky

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The winner of two Grand Slam mixed doubles tournaments, Andrei Olkhovsky, appreciated the victory of Russian Daniil Medvedev over American Tommy Paul in the first round of the ATP tournament in Beijing.

The Russian beat Paul with a score of 6:2, 6:1. Medvedev’s next opponent will be Australian Alex de Minaur.

— Such a large score is a little surprising, but Medvedev was superior to Paul in all components of the game, the American did not know what to do at all. Paul tried to take risks, but made a lot of mistakes. Medvedev played the match at the highest level. The match with De Minaur next? For me, Daniil is, of course, a favorite. In terms of his level of play today, he is simply better,” RB Sport quotes Olkhovsky.

Medvedev is currently ranked third in the ATP rankings.

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