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ATP Mallorca 2021 Tournament Preview: Featuring Djokovic, Medvedev and Thiem

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The ATP Mallorca Championships will be held for the first time this year – with Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev and Dominic Thiem set to play. The inaugural 2020 edition was cancelled due to the COVID pandemic.

Two top five ATP players – Medvedev and Thiem – are set to feature after accepting singles wildcards, while world No. 1 Djokovic will play as a wildcard in doubles.

It is the first grass court ATP tournament hosted in Spain, and the first time a tour event has been held in Mallorca since 2002.

Here, Tennishead previews the new ATP 250 event.

When will the tournament be held?Β 

The Mallorca Championships will run from June 19 – 26. You can find out where to watch the event on our watch guide.

Who will play?

The main draw will feature 28 players, including three wildcards and four qualifiers. World No. 2 Medvedev and world No. 5 Thiem have both been given wildcards, while the third is yet to be announced.

The other seeded players are Pablo Carreno Busta, Casper Ruud, Karen Khachanov, Ugo Humbert, Dusan Lajovic and Adrian Mannarino.

Three players have withdrawn before the tournament – Federico Delbonis, Jeremy Chardy, and Nick Kyrgios.

Recent French Open champion Djokovic is set to play in the doubles event as a wildcard – with his partner yet to be confirmed.

Where is it held?

The event will be played at the Santa Ponsa Tennis Academy in Mallorca, Spain. Toni Nadal is the tournament director.

Ranking points breakdown, Singles

Winner – 250 points

Runner-up – 150 points

Semi-finals – 90 points

Quarter-finals – 45 points

Round of 16 – 20 points

First round – 0 points

Prize money breakdown, Singles

Winner – €70,620

Runner-up – €50,630

Semi-finals – €36,040

Quarter-finals – €24,030

Round of 16 – €15,450

First round – €9,295

Can I buy tickets?

You can buy tickets here.

How can I follow the tournament?

You can keep up to date with the event using the official website, the official Twitter account, and the official ATP Tour Twitter account.


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