Tel Aviv Open cancelled due to Israel-Gaza war, ATP looking to host alternative tournament in Sofia

The Tel Aviv Open, a small but well-regarded tournament on the men’s professional tennis tour, will not take place this year, organizers have announced.
The announcement, which came five days after the attacks by Hamas on civilians across Israel, was not unexpected but is a blow to the tour nevertheless. The tournament had been scheduled to take place from Nov. 5-11.
The Tel Aviv Open received rave reviews last year from players, who relished playing in front of enthusiastic crowds who packed the stadium in the lively city on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Novak Djokovic, the…

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