The MEN’S and WOMEN’S 2011 TOURNAMENT CALENDAR:
The 4 Grand Slam tournament dates in 2011 from the first day of qualifying through to the Men’s Singles Final Day are:
- Australian Open – Wednesday 12 January to Sunday 30 January.
- Roland Garros – Tuesday 17 May to Sunday 5 June.
- Wimbledon – Monday 13 June to Sunday 3 July.
- US Open – Wednesday 23 August to Sunday 11 September.
The 10 Women’s MAJOR tournament dates in 2011 from the first day of qualifying through to the Women’s Singles Final Day are:
- Dubai Open – 13 February to 20 February
- Indian Wells Open – 7 March to 20 March
- Miami Open – 22 March to 2 April
- Madrid Open – 29 April to 7 May
- Italian Open – 7 May to 15 May
- Canadian Open – 5 August to 14 August
- Cincinnati Open – 12 August to 21 August
- Japan Open – 23 September to 1 October
- China Open – 30 September to 9 October
- WTA Finals – 25 October to 30 October
The 10 Men’s MAJOR tournament dates in 2011 from the first day of qualifying through to the Men’s Singles Final Day are:
- Indian Wells Open – 8 March to 20 March
- Miami Open – 21 March to 3 April
- Monte Carlo Open – 9 April to 17 April
- Madrid Open – 30 April to 8 May
- Italian Open – 7 May to 14 May
- Canadian Open – 6 August to 14 August
- Cincinnati Open – 13 August to 21 August
- Shanghai Open – 8 October to 16 October
- Paris Open – 5 November to 13 November
- ATP Tour Finals – 20 November to 27 November
The 2009 ATP Tour Champion Roger FEDERER lost his World No.1 ranking to Rafael Nadal in 2010. The 29-year-old Federer of Switzerland has stated that a major goal for 2011 is to regain the No.1 ranking.
Currently the 16-time Grand Slam singles champion has spent 285 weeks as the World No.1, which is just one week behind the men’s record held by Pete Sampras at 286 weeks spent ranked No.1. Pictured above in the “Trophy Position” is the 1.85m Federer setting himself to reach his peak height with his famous service action. Follow Federer through this 2011 tournament calendar as he commits himself to achieving his peak height again and surpass Nadal to regain the No.1 ranking.
2009 WTA Tour Champion Serena Williams lost her World No.1 ranking to Caroline Wozniacki in 2010. The 29-year-old Serena of the USA will be out to regain her status as the World No.1 in 2011.
Currently the 13-time Grand Slam singles champion has spent 123 weeks as the World No.1, which places her in sixth position in the all-time list. Pictured above is the 1.74m Williams reaching up high just after the contact point for her famous service action. Follow Serena through this 2011 tournament calendar as she aims to add to her Grand Slam singles collection and regain the World No.1.
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photo credit: Squeaky Knees (Roger)
photo credit: Dave Hogg (Serena)