5 City short list for ATP WTFs from 2021

Which City do you refer to hold the ATP WTFs from 2021?

  • London

    Votes: 3 21.4%
  • Manchester

    Votes: 2 14.3%
  • Singapore

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Turin

    Votes: 7 50.0%
  • Tokyo

    Votes: 2 14.3%

  • Total voters
    14

itrium84

Hall of Fame
Tokio would be great, despite the fact there's a m500 tournament in the same city few weeks before.

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Red Rick

Bionic Poster
Anything

But

Singapore

Turin>Tokyo>London>Manchester>Singapore

What's the point of Manchester in the first place?
 

OldschoolKIaus

Hall of Fame
Doesn't really matter where it will be held, as long as the surface will be fast as hell so serious, talented and superb players win it and not some weird pushers and clay-junk-baller.

At least three times faster than the fastest surface we see today.






And maybe in Tokyo.
 
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TheGhostOfAgassi

Talk Tennis Guru
Like I said, don't talk about things you have absolutely no fricking idea about.

Where is "there"?

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Christ

Have you been to every slam and every tournament out there?

Of course we can have opinions about venues we havent been to.

A nice event makes people travel there to watch live. Hell no I would travel to Asia to watch tennis.
Rather travelling to a venue I like.
 
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Christ

Have you been to every slam and every tournament out there?

Of course we can have opinions about venues we havent been to.

A nice event makes people travel there to watch live. Hell no I would travel to Asia to watch tennis.
Rather travelling to a venue I like.
Such idiotic opinions from you are the reason for some of the stern responses you receive.

There is no "Asia" as an aggregate term that describes accurately the atmosphere in all tennis tournaments in that part of the world.

You are trying to cheat your way out of the situation by comparing them to GS tournaments, and, yes, I have been to all GS tournaments except for AO.

:cool:
 
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Also in Asia the atmosphere pretty bad and not so many people.
Torino mm i want that
Clearly, you have never been in Tokyo (or Singapore for that matter).

:cool:
As I understand it she hasn’t been anywhere East of India and has little inclination to do so. Correct me if I’ve understood you wrong on this Ghost.

I’ve seen tournaments there in Spain, Germany and - yuck - Toronto.

Shanghai is a world class event and venue compared to any of those. The grounds could could even host a grand slam, and would be the first choice if tennis ever went in that that direction.


If I’m not mistaken they’ve been careful to keep the surrounding areas free to add even more stadiums and courts in addition to the 15-20 they’ve already got there.

Asia is the obvious choice when it comes to the expansion of tennis, assuming the traditional people remain interested in the sport as it continues to evolve. But it will evolve without or without those people nevertheless. That’s how evolution works.

It’s also how money works. Cities like Singapore, Tokyo and Shanghai have more of it.
 
As I understand it she hasn’t been anywhere East of India and has little inclination to do so. Correct me if I’ve understood you wrong on this Ghost.

I’ve seen tournaments there in Spain, Germany and - yuck - Toronto.

Shanghai is a world class event and venue compared to any of those. The grounds could could even host a grand slam, and would be the first choice if tennis ever went in that that direction.


If I’m not mistaken they’ve been careful to keep the surrounding areas free to add even more stadiums and courts in addition to the 15-20 they’ve already got there.

Asia is the obvious choice when it comes to the expansion of tennis, assuming the traditional people remain interested in the sport as it continues to evolve. But it will evolve without or without those people nevertheless. That’s how evolution works.

It’s also how money works. Cities like Singapore, Tokyo and Shanghai have more of it.
I think we all agree that we can consider last year's Shanghai as a slam title.
 
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