He ATP Tour has modified its original plan for 2021 due to the delay in Open de Australia, which set its next edition from February 8 to 21, when it was scheduled for January 18 to 31. The Government of Victoria, whose capital is Melbourne, ruled a series of inexcusable conditions for a thousand foreign visitors to land in the area to open the tennis campaign.
The obligation not to enter the country until the middle of January and to quarantine for two weeks leaving the hotel only to work physically and sportingly in the facilities of Melbourne Park they modified the agenda. Before and after the Open.
Known the route to the Open de Australia, where Novak Djokovic will defend the crown won by beating Dominic Thiem in the final, the ATP has already outlined the calendar of events for February and March, on the way to a European tour on clay that maintains the established plan, which includes the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell-Conde de Godó Trophy, from April 17 to 25.
The ATP announced that the indoor of Montpellier (France) and the land of Córdoba (Argentina) will host the tournaments from February 22 to 28.
Then, from March 1 to 7, Rotterdam (indoor, Holland) and Buenos Aires (land, Argentina). From March 8 to 14, Marseille (indoor, France), Santiago de Chile (land) and Doha (hard outdoors, Qatar).
From March 15 to 21, Dubai (hard outdoors, UAE) and Acapulco (hard outdoors).
From April 24 to 4 the ATP Masters 1000 on Miami hard. It is out of Indian Wells, although it could be relocated in the calendar in the final part of the course.
The ATP could add a few more tournaments in this period if the possibility arises, even with new venues.