Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament was played from 1-7 March. Dutch Titlist Due In Rotterdam. The first edition of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament, held in 1974, was won by Dutch tennis ace Tom Okker. Tennis fans in The Netherlands had to wait until 1995 for another Dutchman, Richard Krajicek, to title at the indoor hard-court event.
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Rotterdam 2020 Photo Gallery | ATP Tour | Tennis. Henk Koster. Gael Monfils owns a 13-2 record this season. Henk Koster. Gael Monfils has won 14 of his 15 most recent matches at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament. Henk Koster. Gael Monfils has lifted seven of his 10 ATP Tour trophies on indoor hard courts. Henk Koster.
With his third ATP Head2Head win against Krajinovic, Monfils has now reached the championship match in each of his three most recent visits to the opening ATP 500 event of the year. Since 2016, Monfils has won 13 of 14 matches in Rotterdam. Martin Klizan was the last player to defeat Monfils at this event in the 2016 championship match.
ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament 2020. Netherlands - 8 February 2020 - 16 February 2020 - Indoor.
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Tsitsipas loves to play aggressive tennis, serving big and working his way into the net. Hurkacz stands 6’5”, but he moves well for his height, making for a high level of tennis between two of the sport's rising stars. Both men competed at the 2018 Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan, where Tsitsipas emerged victorious.