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Aussies in action: Week of 25 July 2022

Find out where our professional Australian players are competing this week …

Australia, 25 July 2022 | tennis.com.au

Wimbledon finalist Nick Kyrgios returns to the ATP Tour this week, as one of 12 Australians competing at an ATP 250 tournament in Atlanta.

Kyrgios, the 2016 champion at the event, faces German qualifier Peter Gojowczyk in the opening round. Doubles partner Thanasi Kokkinakis looms as a potential second-round opponent.

The draw also features an all-Australian first-round showdown between Alexei Popyrin and John Millman.

Event/Location
Level
Surface
Aussie competitors

Atlanta Open
Atlanta, USA
ATP 250
Hard
Alex de Minaur, Nick Kyrgios, James Duckworth, Thanasi Kokkinakis, Alexei Popyrin, John Millman, Jordan Thompson, Jason Kubler, John Peers, Matthew Ebden, Max Purcell, Luke Saville

Open Castilla
Segovia, Spain
ATP Challenger 90
Hard
Omar Jasika, Adam Taylor, Jason Taylor

Winnipeg Challenger
Winnipeg. Canada
ATP Challenger 80
Hard
Rinky Hijikata, Li Tu, John-Patrick Smith

Nottingham
Nottingham, Great Britain
ITF 25
Grass
Tristan Schoolkate, Nicholas Jovanovski

Tbilisi Open
Tbilisi, Georgia
ITF 25
Hard
Akira Santillan

Bacau
Bacau, Romania
ITF 25
Clay
Cihan Akay

Denia
Denia, Spain
ITF 25
Clay
Brandon Walkin

Castelo Branco
Castelo Branco, Portugal
ITF 15
Hard
Kody Pearson

Novi Sad
Novi Sad, Serbia
ITF 15
Clay
Tom Evans, Josh Reid

Vejle
Vejle, Denmark
ITF 15
Clay
Ethan Cook

Magic Hotel Tour
Monastir, Tunisia
ITF 15
Hard
Adrian Arcon, Andrej Tasev, Chase Ferguson, Stefan Vujic, Ken Cavrak

Kottingbrunn
Kottingbrunn, Austria
ITF 15
Clay
Matthew Dellavedova

Caloundra International
Caloundra, Australia
ITF 15
Hard
Dayne Kelly, Jeremy Beale, Thomas Fancutt, Matthew Romios, Calum Puttergill, Jordan Smith, Mitchell Harper, Charlie Camus, Jesse Delaney, Hayden Jones

Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
ITF 15
Hard
Moerani Bouzige, Hugo Joaquim Babakian, Shuannon Tricerri, Sam Baldwin, Luke Vuletic

Colombo
Colombo, Sri Lanka
ITF 15
Clay
Hanival Kahsey

The Australian Pro Tour continues in Caloundra this week, with a strong contingent of Aussie competitors in the joint men’s and women’s ITF 15 event.

After rain impacted the schedule, finals from last week’s tournament will be played today. Dane Sweeny faces Thomas Fancutt in an all-Australian men’s singles final, while top seeds Destanee Aiava and Talia Gibson meet in another battle between local contenders in the women’s singles final.

> Follow live scores from the Caloundra finals

Event/Location
Level
Surface
Aussie competitors

Prague Open
Prague, Czech Republic
WTA 250
Hard
Astra Sharma, Lizette Cabrera, Kaylah McPhee

Poland Open
Warsaw, Poland
WTA 250
Clay
Olivia Tjandramulia

BMW Cup
Horb, Germany
ITF 25
Clay
Jaimee Fourlis, Alana Parnaby

Nottingham
Nottingham, Great Britain
ITF 25
Hard
Priscilla Hon, Alexandra Bozovic, Zoe Hives

Open Castilla
El Espinar, Spain
ITF 25
Clay
Seone Mendez

Magic Hotel Tours
Monastir, Tunisia
ITF 15
Hard
Lisa Mays, Estelle Najean

Caloundra International
Caloundra, Australia
ITF 15
Hard
Destanee Aiava, Talia Gibson, Alicia Smith, Michaela Haet, Erica Layton, Sienna Leeson, Lily Taylor, Stefani Webb, Darcy Parke, Jelena Cvijanovic, Madison Schwarz, Bianca Compuesto, Sasha Nelson

To follow scores, draws and individual results, click on the event name in the above tables.

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