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ATP 250 Gonet Geneva Open

Geneva, Switzerland
Sunday, 16 - Saturday, 22 May

The 18th Geneva Open takes place on clay at the Tennis Club de Genève.

Alexander Zverev was the 2019 champion but has chosen not to defend his title. The top seed will be Roger Federer.

Luke Bambridge and Dominic Inglot will play in the doubles here.

Eurosport did not renew the rights to show this tournament in the UK, so this will be on Tennis TV only with commentary from Simon Reed, Sue Thearle and Miles Maclagan, carried by Prime Video.

ATP 250 Open Parc Auverggne-Rhône-Aples Lyon

Lyon, France
Monday, 17 - Sunday, 23 May

Lyon has only hosted an ATP 250 tournament for four years, on clay at the Vélodrome Georges Préveral.

Benoît Paire won the last edition in 2019, but chose to play Geneva this year. The top seed will be Dominic Thiem. Cameron Norrie plays here, and Liam Broady is in qualifying.

2019's dubles runners-up Ken and Neal Skupski are reunited following Ken's recovery from injury. Cameron Norrie will partner Jonny O'Mara.

Amazon Prime Video will have live coverage, with world feed commentary from Pete Odgers, Ravi Ubha, Naomi Cavaday and Lucie Ahl.

WTA 250 Emilia-Romagna Open

Parma, Italy
Sunday, 16 - Saturday, 22 May

An extra week before Roland-Garros has enabled the the WTA and ATP to grant a number of one-year licences to new tournaments.

The President Tennis Club of Montechiarugolo will hold a WTA tournament this week followed by an ATP tournament next week.

The top seeded player here will be Serena Williams.

Amazon Prime Video will have live coverage of every match, with world feed commentary from Dan Eyre, Dave Windsor, Rob Mullarkey, Olly Hogben, Oscar Chamberlain, Mikey Perera and Paul Szczerbakowicz.

WTA 250 Serbia Ladies Open

Belgrade, Serbia
Sunday, 16 - Saturday, 22 May

Following the ATP tournament last month, the Novak Tennis Center hosts a WTA event this week, ahead of another ATP competition next week.

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is the top seeded player at the Serbia Open.

Mark Valledy, Anne-Marie Batson, Tim White, Paul Szczerbakowicz, Jack Zorab and Charlie Brougham will be the world feed commentary team, with coverage of every match on Amazon Prime Video.

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

Oeiras (3), Portugal ATP Challenger 125

17-22 May, Draws: Q | S | D | Order of play (BST)

Biella (6), Italy ATP Challenger 50

17-22 May, Draws: Q | S | D | Order of play (BST +1)
Jay Clarke plays here.

There are no WTA 125 or ITF W60+ tournaments this week.

UK Pro League

The UK Pro League will return for its fifth week on 12-18 July.