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Dallas Open Brings ATP Tour Men's Tennis Back to North Texas in 2022

ATP Tour tennis returns to Dallas-Fort Worth for the first time in 30 years

John Isner
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The Dallas Open will bring professional men's tennis to the city next year as the first ATP Tour event there since the circuit started in 1990.

The indoor hard-court tournament will be played at SMU from Feb. 6-13, 2022 the tour announced Wednesday.

It is an ATP 250 event that is moving after being held in New York for the past three years.

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Top-level men's pro tennis hasn't been played in Dallas since the pre-ATP World Championship of Tennis Finals were there from 1971-89.

"It's a big deal for the city, for sure," said John Isner, a former Top 10 player and 2018 Wimbledon semifinalist who lives in Dallas and whose charity, the Isner Family Foundation, is a non-profit partner for the new tournament. "It's a big deal for me personally because I get to play in my backyard here at Southern Methodist University, where I train."

To join the waitlist for tickets visit dallasopen.com.

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