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Dominic Thiem US Open 2020

Dominic Thiem 2021 schedule: Where will the US Open champion take to the court next?

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Dominic Thiem will be looking to build on his maiden Grand Slam title moving into the rest of 2021.

Dominic Thiem sat out the South American clay swing in favour of looking to get some hard court preparation for the Miami Open at the end of the month. The Austrian is playing the Middle East mini swing in Doha and Dubai in preparation for the Miami Open, the first Masters 1000 tournament of the 2021 season.

Roland Garros, Wimbledon, and the US Open are of course on the list, as well as a number of clay mainstays for Thiem. Following some flip-flopping between committing to the Olympics and his home tournament of Kitzbuhel, Thiem looks set to compete for the gold medal at Tokyo 2021.

Having taken part in the Laver Cup in 2017 and 2019, another appearance in Boston 2021 is not unlikely, and while Thiem played Cincinnati in 2020, he’s opted for the Rogers Cup in Canada when it has been held, so expect that again come August.

Finally, the ATP Finals in Turin will be a target for Thiem having been runner-up two years running.

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(Parts of this schedule are provisional until confirmed)

MARCH

Miami Open, USA (March 22 – April 4)

APRIL

Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, Monaco (April 10 – 18) Withdrew due to injury

Serbia Open, Belgrade (April 19 – 25) Withdrew due to injury

MAY & JUNE

Mutua Madrid Open, Spain (April 30 – May 9)

Internazionali BNL d’Italia, Rome (May 9 – 16)

Open Parc ARA, Lyon (May 17 – 23)

Roland Garros (May 31 – June 13)

Mallorca Championships, Spain (June 20 – 26)

JULY

Wimbledon (June 29 – July 12)

Olympics, Tokyo (July 24 – 30)

AUGUST

Rogers Cup, Toronto (August 9 – 15)

US Open, New York (August 30 – September 12)

SEPTEMBER

Laver Cup, Boston (September 24 – 26)

OCTOBER

China Open, Beijing (October 4 – 10)

Rolex Shanghai Master, China (October 10 – 17)

Erste Bank Open, Vienna (October 25 – 31)

NOVEMBER

Rolex Paris Masters, France (November 1 – 7)

Nitto ATP Finals, Turin (November 14 – 21)


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