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ATP Masters 1000 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters

Monte Carlo, Monaco
Sunday, 11 - Sunday, 18 April

Monte Carlo is the first of three Masters 1000 tournaments on clay and has been played at the Monte Carlo Country Club, just over the border in France, since 1897.

The tournament was cancelled in 2020, so the defending champion from 2019 is Fabio Fognini. The top seed is Novak Djokovic.

Dan Evans is the only British singles player in Monte-Carlo. He will partner Neal Skupski in doubles. Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram will play here, and Jamie Murray partners Jan-Lennard Struff as Bruno Soares has withdrawn.

Full coverage will be on Amazon Prime Video with main draw matches starting on Sunday, presented by Marcus Buckland alongside Tim Henman, Mark Petchey, Robbie Koenig, Nick Lester and Sam Smith on commentary.

WTA 250 MUSC Health Women's Open

Charleston, SC, USA
Monday, 12 - Sunday, 18 April

A new, second tournament in Charleston, South Carolina replaces the cancelled Kunming Open which was due to take place this week in Anning, China. This will also be played on the green clay at the Family Circle Tennis Center.

Ons Jabeur is the top seed at the MUSC Health Women's Open. Naomi Broady will partner Astra Sharma for doubles.

Coverage of every match is on Amazon Prime Video with commentary from Jack Zorab, Oscar Chamberlain, Mark Valledy, Dave Windsor, Darren Kilfara and Paul Hand.

Other play-off ties this weekend:

Poland vs Brazil
Serbia vs Canada
Latvia vs India
Ukraine vs Japan
Romania vs Italy
Argentina vs Kazakhstan
Netherlands vs China

Billie Jean King Cup:
Great Britain vs Mexico

London, United Kingdom
Friday, 16 - Saturday, 17 April

Great Britain will contest a play-off tie in the 2020-21 Billie Jean King Cup, playing Mexico at home for a place in the qualifying round in 2022.

The tie was originally due to be played in April 2020 and has been postponed twice. The venue was switched from Mexico to the UK, and will be played on indoor hard courts behind closed doors at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, London.

The teams are as follows:
Great Britain: Heather Watson, Harriet Dart, Katie Swan, Jodie Burrage, Katie Boulter; Captain: Anne Keothavong
Mexico: Marcela Zacarias, Giuliana Olmos, Fernanda Contreras Gomez, Julia Garcia; Captain: Agustin Moreno.

Play starts at 14:00 on Friday, and 11:30 on Saturday with a break to respect the funeral of The Duke of Edinburgh.

The tie will be broadcast live on the BBC Sport website and app, with Friday's coverage also on the BBC Red Button channel. It will also be available on the LTA's YouTube, Facebook and TikTok channels.

Naomi Cavaday, Anna Smith and Yasmin Clarke will be the commentary team.

ATP 500 Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell

Barcelona , Spain
Monday, 19 - Sunday, 25 April

The 68th edition of the Barcelona Open takes place on clay at the Real Club de Tenis.

Rafael Nadal is the top seed. The 2019 champion Dominic Thiem has chosen not to play this edition. Dan Evans will be the 16th seed and Cameron Norrie will also play here.

Joe Salisbury partners Rajeev Ram, and Dan Evans will be with Neal Skupski. Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares withdrew from this event.

Amazon Prime Video will have live coverage from Barcelona. At ATP 500-level this is usually singles matches only.

ATP 250 Serbia Open

Belgrade, Serbia
Monday, 19 - Sunday, 25 April

The Serbia Open is the first of two stops in Belgrade on the 2021 ATP Tour. There was last an ATP event in Belgrade in 2012, won by Andreas Seppi.

Novak Djokovic will be the top seed to play at the Novak Tennis Center.

Luke Bambridge and Dominic Inglot will play doubles here.

Coverage for ATP 250-level events is usually limited to centre court singles matches only, and this tournament will be on Amazon Prime Video.

WTA 500 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix

Stuttgart, Germany
Monday, 19 - Sunday, 15 April

The tournament in Stuttgart has been held since 1978 and is now played indoors on clay at the Porsche Arena.

Ashleigh Barty is the top seed and Petra Kvitova is the defending champion. Johanna Konta withdrew so there are no Brits competing at this event in singles or doubles.

All matches will be live on Amazon Prime Video with commentary from Olly Hogben, Nick Lester, Dave Windsor, Mikey Perera, Mel South and Tina Krizan.

WTA 250 TEB BNP Paribas Tennis Championship Istanbul

Istanbul, Turkey
Monday, 19 - Sunday, 15 April

2021 sees the 14th edition of the Istanbul Cup played on clay at the Istanbul Tennis Center in the Turkish capital.

Elise Mertens will be the top seed of the 2021. Patricia Maria Tig won the 2020 tournament which was moved to September but chose not to compete this year.

Naomi Broady will partner Elixane Lechemia for doubles here.

The commentary team for this event is Mark Valledy, Dan Eyre, Paul Scott, Rob Mullarkey, Darren Kilfara and Sue Thearle, with all matches available on Amazon Prime Video

Only W60+ level events and those being played in the UK are shown here.

Belgrade, Serbia ATP Challenger 125

12-18 April, Draws: Q | S | D | Order of play (BST +1)
Liam Broady will play here.

Orlando, Florida, USA ATP Challenger 80

12-18 April, Draws: Q | S | D | Order of play (BST -5)
James Ward will play qualifying here.

Split, Croatia (2) ATP Challenger 80

12-18 April, Draws: Q | S | D | Order of play (BST +1)

Oeiras, Portugal, ITF W60

12-18 April, Draws: Q | S | D | Order of play (BST)
Francesca Jones will play here

Rome, Italy ATP Challenger 80

19-25 April, Draws: Q | S | D | Order of play (BST +1)

Tallahassee, Florida, USA ATP Challenger 80

19-25 April, Draws: Q | S | D | Order of play (BST -5)

Salinas, Ecuador ATP Challenger 50

19-25 April, Draws: Q | S | D | Order of play (BST -6)

UK Pro League

Loughborough, United Kingdom

The UK Pro League will be back for its fourth week on Monday, 26 April.

The competition runs for nine weeks throughout the year, with players earning points during the first eight weeks to qualify for a finals week in November.