ATP confirms calendar for second half of the 2022 ATP Tour season

The ATP has released the schedule for the second half of the 2022 season, marking a return to a regular Q3 and Q4 schedule of events.

After extensive adjustments adjustments in previous seasons due to COVID-19, this year's second half will feature a return to the regular scheduling. After the Wimbledon Championships, the ATP Tour will continue charting its course through marquee global cities, building towards the Intesa Sanpaolo Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan and the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals in Turin. All in, the season is set to feature 66 events across 30 countries.

The calendar also includes the relocation of the St. Petersburg Open (ATP 250) to Nur-Sultan, following more than 25 editions of the event. The Kazakh capital city played host to its first ATP tournament in 2020, issued as a single-year license to expand playing opportunities and explore new markets for professional tennis, before hosting a second event in 2021.

The ATP continues to take a fluid approach to the calendar and the schedule remains subject to change. Any further updates will be communicated in due course.

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