ATP Tour 2021
BY CHRIS DINSDALE
January 7, 2021 – November 21, 2021 – The new ATP Tour season continues to be affected by the coronavirus pandemic, with the first major showpiece of the year — the Australian Open — delayed until February. The tour is due to feature three further Grand Slams and the delayed Olympic Games in Japan, before concluding in November with the Nitto ATP Finals, hosted by Turin
Only the top eight players who collect the most ranking points over the calendar year will compete in the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals, to be played in Italian city Turin for the first time as the tournament relocates from London.
Points that contribute to the Race to London ranking are accumulated in the Grand Slams, and ATP World Tour (ATP World Tour Masters 1000, ATP World Tour 500 series, and ATP World Tour 250 series).
Ranking points are awarded for each event — ranging from 2,000 for the winner of a Grand Slam tournament to 250 for the winner of a 250 series event.
Feb 8 Australian Open
May 23 Roland Garros
Jun 28 Wimbledon
Jul 24 Olympic Games
Aug 30 U.S. Open
Nov 14 Nitto ATP Finals