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Current Tournament
Date Tournament Location Surface
Mar. 21-Apr. 2 Miami Open presented by Itau
Location: Miami, Florida

Past Results
Date Tournament Surface Winner
Mar. 9-Mar. 19 BNP Paribas Open Hard
Winner: Roger Federer
Feb. 27-Mar. 6 Brasil Open Clay
Winner: Pablo Cuevas
Feb. 27-Mar. 4 Abierto Mexicano TELCEL Hard
Winner: Sam Querrey
Feb. 27-Mar. 4 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Hard
Winner: Andy Murray
Feb. 20-Feb. 26 Open 13 Marseille Hard
Winner: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Feb. 20-Feb. 26 Delray Beach Open Hard
Winner: Jack Sock
Feb. 20-Feb. 26 Rio Open presented by Claro HDTV Clay
Winner: Dominic Thiem
Feb. 13-Feb. 19 Memphis Open Hard
Winner: Ryan Harrison
Feb. 13-Feb. 19 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament Hard
Winner: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Feb. 13-Feb. 19 Argentina Open Clay
Winner: Alexandr Dolgopolov
Feb. 6-Feb. 12 Open Sud de France Hard
Winner: Alexander Zverev
Feb. 6-Feb. 12 Ecuador Open Quito Clay
Winner: Victor Estrella Burgos
Feb. 6-Feb. 12 Garanti Koza Sofia Open Hard
Winner: Grigor Dimitrov
Jan. 15-Jan. 29 Australian Open Hard
Winner: Roger Federer
Jan. 2-Jan. 14 ASB Classic Hard
Winner: Jack Sock
Jan. 8-Jan. 14 Apia International Sydney Hard
Winner: Gilles Muller
Jan. 1-Jan. 8 Brisbane International presented by Suncorp Hard
Winner: Grigor Dimitrov
Jan. 2-Jan. 8 Aircel Chennai Open Hard
Winner: Roberto Bautista Agut
Jan. 2-Jan. 7 Qatar ExxonMobil Open Hard
Winner: Novak Djokovic

Upcoming Tournaments
Date Tournament Location Surface Defending Champion
Apr. 10-Apr. 16 Grand Prix Hassan II
Location: Marrakech, Morocco
Red Clay Defending Champion: Federico Delbonis 
Apr. 10-Apr. 16 Fayez Sarofim & Co. US Men's Clay Court Championship
Location: Houston, Texas
Clay Defending Champion: Juan Monaco 
Apr. 16-Apr. 23 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters
Location: Monte Carlo, Monaco
Clay Defending Champion: Rafael Nadal 
Apr. 24-Apr. 30 Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Clay Defending Champion: Rafael Nadal 
Apr. 24-Apr. 30 Hungarian Open
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Red Clay Defending Champion: Fernando Verdasco 
May 1-May 7 TEB BNP Paribas Istanbul Open
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Clay Defending Champion: Diego Schwartzman 
May 1-May 7 BMW Open by FWU AG
Location: Munich, Germany
Red Clay Defending Champion: Philipp Kohlschreiber 
May 1-May 7 Millennium Estoril Open
Location: Estoril, Portugal
Red Clay Defending Champion: Nicolas Almagro 
May 7-May 13 Mutua Madrid Open
Location: Madrid, Spain
Red Clay Defending Champion: Novak Djokovic 
May 14-May 21 Internazionali BNL d'Italia
Location: Rome, Italy
Red Clay Defending Champion: Andy Murray 
May 21-May 27 Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Clay Defending Champion: Stan Wawrinka 
May 21-May 27 Open Parc Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes Lyon
Location: Lyon, France
Clay Defending Champion:  
May 28-Jun. 11 Roland Garros
Location: Paris, France
Red Clay Defending Champion: Novak Djokovic 
Jun. 12-Jun. 18 Ricoh Open
Location: s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
Grass Defending Champion: Nicolas Mahut 
Jun. 12-Jun. 18 MercedesCup
Location: Stuttgart, Germany
Grass Defending Champion: Dominic Thiem 
Jun. 19-Jun. 25 AEGON Championships
Location: London, England
Grass Defending Champion: Andy Murray 
Jun. 19-Jun. 25 Gerry Weber Open
Location: Halle, Germany
Grass Defending Champion: Florian Mayer 
Jun. 25-Jul. 1 AEGON International Eastbourne
Location: Eastbourne, England
Grass Defending Champion:  
Jun. 25-Jul. 1 Antalya Open
Location: Antalya, Turkey
Grass Defending Champion:  
Jul. 3-Jul. 16 Wimbledon
Location: Wimbledon, England
Grass Defending Champion: Andy Murray 
Jul. 17-Jul. 23 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
Location: Newport, Rhode Island
Grass Defending Champion: Ivo Karlovic 
Jul. 17-Jul. 23 Konzum Croatia Open Umag
Location: Umag, Croatia
Clay Defending Champion: Fabio Fognini 
Jul. 17-Jul. 23 SkiStar Swedish Open
Location: Bastad, Sweden
Clay Defending Champion: Albert Ramos-Vinolas 
Jul. 24-Jul. 30 J. Safra Sarasin Suisse Open Gstaad
Location: Gstaad, Switzerland
Clay Defending Champion: Feliciano Lopez 
Jul. 24-Jul. 30 BB&T Atlanta Open
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Hard Defending Champion: Nick Kyrgios 
Jul. 24-Jul. 30 German Tennis Championships 2017
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Red Clay Defending Champion: Martin Klizan 
Jul. 31-Aug. 5 Generali Open
Location: Kitzbühel, Austria
Clay Defending Champion: Paolo Lorenzi 
Jul. 31-Aug. 5 Abierto Mexicano de Tenis Mifel
Location: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Hard Defending Champion: Ivo Karlovic 
Jul. 31-Aug. 6 Citi Open
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Hard Defending Champion: Gael Monfils 
Aug. 7-Aug. 13 Coupe Rogers
Location: Montreal, Canada
Hard Defending Champion: Novak Djokovic 
Aug. 13-Aug. 20 Western & Southern Open
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Hard Defending Champion: Marin Cilic 
Aug. 20-Aug. 26 Winston-Salem Open
Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Hard Defending Champion: Pablo Carreno Busta 
Aug. 28-Sep. 11 US Open
Location: Flushing Meadows, New York
Hard Defending Champion: Stan Wawrinka 
Sep. 18-Sep. 24 St. Petersburg Open
Location: St. Petersburg, Russia
Hard Defending Champion: Alexander Zverev 
Sep. 18-Sep. 24 Moselle Open
Location: Metz, France
Hard Defending Champion: Lucas Pouille 
Sep. 25-Oct. 1 Chengdu Open
Location: Chengdu, China
Hard Defending Champion: Karen Khachanov 
Sep. 25-Oct. 1 Shenzhen Open
Location: Shenzhen, China
Hard Defending Champion: Tomas Berdych 
Oct. 2-Oct. 8 China Open
Location: Beijing, China
Hard Defending Champion: Andy Murray 
Oct. 2-Oct. 8 Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Hard Defending Champion: Nick Kyrgios 
Oct. 8-Oct. 15 Shanghai Rolex Masters
Location: Shanghai, China
Hard Defending Champion: Andy Murray 
Oct. 16-Oct. 22 If Stockholm Open
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Hard Defending Champion: Juan Martin del Potro 
Oct. 16-Oct. 22 European Open
Location: Antwerp, Belgium
Hard Defending Champion: Richard Gasquet 
Oct. 16-Oct. 22 VTB Kremlin Cup
Location: Moscow, Russia
Hard Defending Champion: Pablo Carreno Busta 
Oct. 23-Oct. 29 Erste Bank Open 500
Location: Vienna, Austria
Hard Defending Champion: Andy Murray 
Oct. 23-Oct. 29 Swiss Indoors Basel
Location: Basel, Switzerland
Hard Defending Champion: Marin Cilic 
Oct. 30-Nov. 5 BNP Paribas Masters
Location: Paris, France
Hard Defending Champion: Andy Murray 
Nov. 12-Nov. 19 Barclay's ATP World Tour Finals
Location: London, England
Hard Defending Champion: Andy Murray 

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