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Australia, 1 August 2022 | tennis.com.au

Australia’s top-ranked women, Ajla Tomljanovic and Daria Saville, are back in action this week at a WTA 250 tournament in Washington.

Tomljanovic, competing in her first tournament since making the Wimbledon quarterfinals, faces former US Open champion Sloane Stephens in the opening round, while Saville plays Swedish qualifier Mirjam Bjorklund.

Storm Sanders is carrying Australian hopes at San Jose, where the 27-year-old has qualified for the singles main draw at the WTA 500 event. Sanders meets American qualifier Taylor Townsend in the opening round.

Event/Location Level Surface Aussie Competitors
Silicon Valley Classic
San Jose, USA
WTA500 Hard Storm Sanders, Ellen Perez
CitiOpen
Washington, USA
WTA250 Hard Ajla Tomljanovic, Daria Saville, Astra Sharma, Kimberly Birrell
Iasi Open
Iasi, Romania
WTA125 Clay Olivia Tjandramulia
Grodzisk Mazowiecki
Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland
ITF100 Hard Zoe Hives, Kaylah McPhee
Hechingen
Hechingen, Germany
ITF 60 Clay Jaimee Fourlis, Alana Parnaby
lexington challenger
Lexington, USA
ITF 60 Hard Lizette Cabrera, Seone Mendez, Priscilla Hon
Foxhills
Foxhills, Great Britain
ITF 25 Hard Alexandra Bozovic, Alexandra Osborne
Magic Hotel Tours
Monastir, Tunisia
ITF15 Hard Lisa Mays, Estelle Najean
Kottingbrunn
Kottingbrunn, Austria
ITF15 Clay Angelina Graovac

Newly crowned Atlanta champion Alex de Minaur will look to continue his winning run at an ATP 500 tournament at Washington this week. De Minaur receives an opening-round bye as the No.11 seed.

Nick Kyrgios, the 2019 champion in Washington, returns to singles action against American Marcos Giron, while James Duckworth and Alexei Popyrin both face qualifiers in the opening round.

Four Australians – Thanasi Kokkinakis, John Millman, Jordan Thompson and Jason Kubler – will contest the singles main draw at an ATP 250 tournament in Los Cabos.

Rinky Hijikata and Max Purcell are through to the final qualifying round and hoping to join them too.

Event/Location Level Surface Aussie Competitors
CitiOpen
Washington, USA
ATP500 Hard Alex de Minaur, Nick Kyrgios, James Duckworth, Alexei Popyrin, John Peers, Luke Saville
Los Cabos
Los Cabos, Mexico
ATP250 Hard Thanasi Kokkinakis, John Millman, Jordan Thompson, Jason Kubler, Max Purcell, Matthew Ebden, John-Patrick Smith, Rinky Hijikata
lexington challenger
Lexington, USA
ATP Challenger 80 Hard Li Tu, Andrew Harris
Decatur
Decatur, USA
ITF 25 Hard Dusan Rsovac
Nottingham
Nottingham, Great Britain
ITF 25 Grass Tristan Schoolkate, Nicholas Jovanovski
Tbilisi
Tbilisi, Georgia
ITF 25 Clay Akira Santillan, Alexey Shtengelov
Ust-Kamenogorsk
Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan
ITF15 Hard Stefan Vujic, Cihan Akay
Novi Sad
Novi Sad, Serbia
ITF15 Clay Josh ReidTom Evans
frederiksberg
Frederiksberg, Denmark
ITF15 Clay Ethan Cook
Magic Hotel Tours
Monastir, Tunisia
ITF15 Hard Anthony Popyrin, Max Flaherty, Adrian Arcon
Kottingbrunn
Kottingbrunn, Austria
ITF15 Clay Matthew Dellavedova
Kuching
Kuching, Malaysia
ITF15 Hard Moerani Bouzige, Luke Vuletic, Hugo Joaquim Babakian, Jesse Delaney, Shuannon Tricerri

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