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2017 in Tennis

This page covers all the important events in the sport of tennis in 2017. Primarily, it provides the results of notable tournaments throughout the year on both the ATP and WTA Tours, the Davis Cup, and the Fed Cup.

ITF

Grand Slam events

Category Championship Champion Finalist Score in the final
Men's singles Australian Open Switzerland Roger Federer Spain Rafael Nadal 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3[1]
French Open Spain Rafael Nadal Switzerland Stan Wawrinka 6-2, 6-3, 6-1
Wimbledon Switzerland Roger Federer Croatia Marin ?ili? 6-3, 6-1, 6-4[2]
US Open Spain Rafael Nadal South Africa Kevin Anderson 6-3, 6-3, 6-4
Category Championship Champion Finalist Score in the final
Women's singles Australian Open United States Serena Williams United States Venus Williams 6-4, 6-4[3]
French Open Latvia Je?ena Ostapenko Romania Simona Halep 4-6, 6-4, 6-3[4]
Wimbledon Spain Garbiñe Muguruza United States Venus Williams 7-5, 6-0
US Open United States Sloane Stephens United States Madison Keys 6-3, 6-0
Category Championship Champions Finalists Score in the final
Men's doubles Australian Open Finland Henri Kontinen
Australia John Peers
United States Bob Bryan
United States Mike Bryan
7-5, 7-5
French Open United States Ryan Harrison
New Zealand Michael Venus
Mexico Santiago González
United States Donald Young
7-6(7-5), 6-7(4-7), 6-3
Wimbledon Poland ?ukasz Kubot
Brazil Marcelo Melo
Austria Oliver Marach
Croatia Mate Pavi?

5-7, 7-5, 7-6(7-2), 3-6, 13-11

US Open Netherlands Jean-Julien Rojer
Romania Horia Tec?u
Spain Feliciano López
Spain Marc López
6-4, 6-3

Davis Cup

  First Round
3-5 February
Quarterfinals
7-9 April
Semifinals
15-17 September
Final
24-26 November
                                     
Buenos Aires, Argentina (clay)
1   Argentina 2  
Charleroi, Belgium (indoor hard)
  Italy 3  
    Italy 2  
Frankfurt, Germany (indoor hard)
  7   Belgium 3  
7   Belgium 4
Belgium
  Germany 1  
  7   Belgium 3  
Kooyong, Australia (hard)
    Australia 2  
4   Czech Republic 1  
Brisbane, Australia (hard)[6]
  Australia 4  
    Australia 3
Birmingham, United States (indoor hard)
    United States 2  
5    Switzerland 0
France
  United States 5  
  7   Belgium 2
Tokyo, Japan (indoor hard)
  6   France 3
  Japan 1  
Rouen, France (indoor clay)
6   France 4  
  6   France 4
Ottawa, Canada (indoor hard)
  3   Great Britain 1  
  Canada 2
France
3   Great Britain 3  
  6   France 3
Ni?, Serbia (indoor hard)
  8   Serbia 1  
  Russia 1  
Belgrade, Serbia (indoor hard)
8   Serbia 4  
  8   Serbia 4
Osijek, Croatia (indoor hard)
    Spain 1  
  Spain 3
2   Croatia 2  

Fed Cup

  Quarterfinals
11-12 February
Semifinals
22-23 April
Final
11-12 November
                           
  Ostrava, Czech Republic (hard, indoor)
  1   Czech Republic 3  
    Spain 2     Tampa, United States (clay, outdoor)
    1   Czech Republic 2  
  Maui, Hawaii, United States (hard, outdoor)     United States 3  
  3   Germany 0
    United States 4     Minsk, Belarus (hard, indoor)
      United States 3
  Minsk, Belarus (hard, indoor)       Belarus 2
    Belarus 4  
  4   Netherlands 1     Minsk, Belarus (hard, indoor)
      Belarus 3
  Geneva, Switzerland (hard, indoor)      Switzerland 2  
     Switzerland 4
  2   France 1  

Important events

Other tennis events

  • September 22-24: 2017 Laver Cup in Czech Republic Prague
    • Laver-Cup-Europe.svg Team Europe defeated Laver-Cup-Globe.svg Team World, 15-9, to win their first Laver Cup title.

Number-1-ranked players

Men's singles

Holder Date gained Date forfeited
 Andy Murray (GBR) Year end 2016 20 August 2017
 Rafael Nadal (ESP) 21 August 2017

Female singles

Holder Date gained Date forfeited
Germany Angelique Kerber Year end 2016 29 January 2017
United States Serena Williams 30 January 2017 19 March 2017
Germany Angelique Kerber 20 March 2017 23 April 2017
United States Serena Williams 24 April 2017 14 May 2017
Germany Angelique Kerber 15 May 2017 16 July 2017
Czech Republic Karolína Plí?ková 17 July 2017
Spain Garbiñe Muguruza 11 September 2017
Romania Simona Halep Incumbent

Men's doubles

Holder Date gained Date forfeited
 Nicolas Mahut (FRA) Year end 2016 2 April 2017
 Henri Kontinen (FIN) 3 April 2017 16 July 2017
 Marcelo Melo (BRA) 17 July 2017 20 August 2017
 Henri Kontinen (FIN) 21 August 2017 5 November 2017
 Marcelo Melo (BRA) 6 November 2017 Year end 2017

Female doubles

Holder Date gained Date forfeited
India Sania Mirza Year end 2016 8 January 2017
United States Bethanie Mattek-Sands 9 January 2017 20 August 2017
Czech Republic Lucie ?afá?ová 21 August 2017 1 October 2017
Switzerland Martina Hingis 2 October 2017 Incumbent

Beach tennis

Continental and world events

  • July 10: 2017 ITF Beach Tennis World Team Championship in Russia Moscow
  • August 1-6: World Championships in Italy Cervia
    • Men's doubles: Italy Michele Cappelletti & Luca Carli
    • Women's doubles: Italy Federica Bacchetta & Giulia Gasparri
  • October 8-10: 2017 ITF European Championships in Bulgaria Sozopol

ITF Beach Tennis Tour (only prize money)

Europe
  • January 6-8: #1 in Italy Monopoli
    • Men's doubles: Italy Faccini Marco & Niccolò Strano
    • Women's doubles: Italy Sofia Cimatti & Flaminia Daina
  • February 18 & 19 #2 in Netherlands Nijmegen
    • Men's doubles: Greece Ioannis Dimopoulos & Italy Massimo Mattei
    • Women's doubles: Slovakia Katarína Páleníková & Italy Natascia Sciolti
  • February 18 & 19: #3 in Italy San Lazzaro di Savena
    • Men's doubles: Italy Michele Cappelletti & Luca Carli
    • Women's doubles: Italy Sofia Cimatti & Flaminia Daina
  • April 22 & 23: #4 in Italy Cervia
    • Men's doubles: Italy Mikael Alessi & Alessio Chiodioni
    • Women's doubles: Italy Michela Romani & Noemi Romani
  • April 29 & 30: #5 in Cyprus Larnaca
    • Men's doubles: Italy Gregorio Barison & Diego Bollettinari
    • Women's doubles: Russia Ekaterina Glazkova & Anna Romanova
  • April 30 & May 1: #6 in Italy Lido degli Estensi #1
    • Men's doubles: Italy Nicolò Appiotti & Francesco Pesaresi
    • Women's doubles: Italy Federica Bacchetta & Giulia Gasparri
  • May 20 & 21: #7 in Portugal Póvoa de Varzim
    • Men's doubles: Spain Gerard Rodriguez & France Thibaut François
    • Women's doubles: Spain Omayra Farías & Silvia Arroyo
  • May 26-28: #8 in Italy Lignano Sabbiadoro
    • Men's doubles: Italy Luca Cramarossa & Marco Garavini
    • Women's doubles: Italy Sofia Cimatti & Flaminia Daina
  • May 27 & 28: #9 in Latvia Jurmala
    • Men's doubles: Spain Gerard Rodriguez & Greece Ioannis Dimopoulos
    • Women's doubles: Estonia Anelle Luik & Germany Dorothee Berreth
  • June 3 & 4: #10 in Italy Lido degli Estensi #2
    • Men's doubles: Italy Diego Bollettinari & Matteo Marighella
    • Women's doubles: Italy Sofia Cimatti & Flaminia Daina
  • June 3: #11 in Estonia Viljandi
    • Men's doubles: Estonia Ainar Laube & Priit Pihl
    • Women's doubles: Estonia Anelle Luik & Latvia Anna Svaronoka
  • June 4 & 5: #12 in France La Flèche
    • Men's doubles: France Jérôme Maillot & Jean Nouaux
    • Women's doubles: France Pauline Bourdet & Catherine Henuzet
  • June 10 & 11: #13 in Latvia Liepaja
  • June 10 & 11: #14 in France Furiani
    • Men's doubles: Italy Patricio Pallara & Davide Fontana
    • Women's doubles: Italy Giorgia Gilardi & Elisa Cappelli
  • June 17 & 18: #15 in France Sillery
    • Men's doubles: France Benjamin Gros & Jean Nouaux
    • Women's doubles: France Magali Garnier & Italy Natascia Sciolti
  • June 17 & 18: #16 in Italy Ravenna
    • Men's doubles: Italy Luca Cramarossa & Marco Garavini
    • Women's doubles: Italy Federica Bacchetta & Giulia Gasparri
  • June 18: #17 in Germany Ingelheim am Rhein
    • Men's doubles: Germany Benjamin Ringlstetter & Manuel Ringlstetter
    • Women's doubles: Switzerland Nadja Leuenberger & Sarah Leuenberger
  • June 24 & 25: #18 in France Montauban
    • Men's doubles: France Régis Courtois & Italy Simone Burini
    • Women's doubles: Italy Elisa Cappelli & Giorgia Gilardi
  • July 1 & 2: #18 in Greece Rhodes
    • Men's doubles: Italy Andrea Stuto & Simone Burini
    • Women's doubles: Italy Alessia Angelini & Natascia Sciolti
  • July 1 & 2: #19 in Italy Fregene
    • Men's doubles: Italy Doriano Beccaccioli & Davide Benussi
    • Women's doubles: Italy Veronica Casadei & Nicole Nobile
  • July 7-9: #20 in Russia Kazan
    • Men's doubles: Italy Luca Cramarossa & Marco Garavini
    • Women's doubles: Italy Sofia Cimatti & Flaminia Daina
  • July 15-16: #21 in Italy Alba Adriatica
    • Men's doubles: Italy Tommaso Giovannini & Luca Meliconi
    • Women's doubles: Italy Maddalena Cini & Greta Giusti
  • July 21 & 23: #22 in Italy Ugento
    • Men's doubles: Italy Alessandro Calbucci & Marco Garavini
    • Women's doubles: Italy Sofia Cimatti & Flaminia Daina
  • July 22 & 23: #23 in Slovenia Preddvor
    • Men's doubles: Italy Alessandro Taccaliti & Mattia Spoto
    • Women's doubles: Slovakia Katarína Páleniková & Italy Giulia Curzi
  • July 22 & 23: #24 in Russia Samara
    • Men's doubles: Russia Nikolay Guryev & Andrey Kozbinov
    • Women's doubles: Russia Ekaterina Kamenetckaia & Regina Livanova
  • July 22 & 23: #25 in France Angoulême
    • Men's doubles: Russia Igor Panin & Spain Gerard Rodriguez-Querol
    • Women's doubles: France Catherine Henuzet & Capucine Rousseau
  • July 28-30: #26 in France Frontignan
    • Men's doubles: Italy Gregorio Barison & Diego Bolletinari
    • Women's doubles: Germany Dorothee Berreth & France Julie Labrit
  • July 29 & 30: #27 in Italy Torre del Lago
    • Men's doubles: Italy Luca Cramarossa & Marco Garavini
    • Women's doubles: Italy Sofia Cimatti & Flaminia Daina
  • August 5 & 6: #28 in Portugal Faro
    • Men's doubles: Portugal Pedro Maio & Henrique Freitas
    • Women's doubles: Portugal Manuela Cunha & Ana Catarina Alexandrino
  • August 6: #29 in Poland D?browa Górnicza
    • Men's doubles: Slovenia Uro? Brinovec & Austria Daniel Kahr
    • Women's doubles: Hungary Aniko Kovacs & Monika Erdelyi
  • August 19 & 20: #24 in Germany Ahlbeck
Africa
  • February 17 & 18: #1 in Egypt Marsa Alam
    • Men's doubles: Switzerland Yves Fornasier & Germany Alexander Bailer
    • Women's doubles: Switzerland Laura Galli & Portugal Manuela Cunha
  • March 11 & 12: #2 in Réunion Saint-Pierre
    • Men's doubles: France Romain Say & Philippe Vadel
    • Women's doubles: France Marie-Eve Hoarau & Mathilde Hoarau
  • March 17-19: #3 in Réunion Saint-Gilles #1
    • Men's doubles: Italy Michele Cappelletti & Luca Carli
    • Women's doubles: Italy Federica Bacchetta & Giulia Gasparri
  • March 18 & 19: #4 in Egypt Dahab
    • Men's doubles: Greece Georgios Karavasilis & Germany Oliver Munz
    • Women's doubles: Russia Daria Churakova & Angelina Gordienko
  • April 15 & 16: #5 in Morocco Casablanca #1
    • Men's doubles: Italy Massimo Mattei & Dennis Valmori
  • April 22 & 23: #6 in Spain Las Palmas
    • Men's doubles: Italy Luca Cramarossa & Marco Garavini
    • Women's doubles: Italy Flaminia Daina & Sofia Cimatti
  • April 23 & 24: #7 in Egypt Cairo
    • Men's doubles: Greece Ioannis Dimopulos & Giorgos Martinis
    • Women's doubles: Greece Anastasia Kokkinou & Evaggelia Tsavou
  • May 7 & 8: #8 in Réunion L'Étang-Salé
    • Men's doubles: France Mathieu Guegano & Ugo Quilici
    • Women's doubles: France Julia Coll & Elodie Vadel
  • May 15 & 16: #9 in Morocco Casablanca #2
    • Men's doubles: Italy Marco Scudellari & Stefano Casadei
    • Women's doubles: Russia Angelina Gordienko & Yulia Chubarova
  • May 20 & 21: #10 in Morocco Casablanca #3
    • Men's doubles: Italy Marco Scudellari & Stefano Casadei
    • Women's doubles: Morocco Sarah Benabdeljalil & Camilia Benabdeljalil
  • May 27 & 28: #11 in Réunion Saint-Gilles #2
    • Men's doubles: France Frédéric Pamard & Théo Irigaray
    • Women's doubles: France Mathilde Hoareau & Marie-Eve Hoarau
  • July 29 & 30: #12 in Morocco Tanger
    • Men's doubles: Morocco Adil Medina & Puerto Rico Javeir Mendez
    • Women's doubles: Morocco Camilia Benabdeljalil & Sarah Benabdeljalil
Asia
  • April 1 & 2: #1 in Japan Fujisawa #1
    • Men's doubles: Japan Yusuke Hiraki & Susumu Kawashima
    • Women's doubles: Japan Eri Homma & Akiko Otani
  • May 20 & 21: #2 in Japan Miura
    • Men's doubles: Japan Keita Iseki & Naoaki Yamamoto
    • Women's doubles: Japan Misa Miyasaka & Tomomi Takahashi
  • May 27 & 28: #3 in Japan Fujisawa #2
    • Men's doubles: Japan Susumu Nakajima & Naoaki Yamamoto
    • Women's doubles: Japan Eri Homma & Akiko Otani
  • July 1 & 2: #4 in Japan Fujisawa #3
    • Men's doubles: Japan Daisuke Tsuruoka & Naoaki Yamamoto
    • Women's doubles: Japan Eri Homma & Akiko Otani
  • August 19 & 20: #5 in Japan Fukuoka
Central America
  • April 8 & 9: #1 in Collectivity of Saint Martin Orient Bay
    • Men's doubles: France Mathieu Porry & Raphael Porry
    • Women's doubles: Germany Maraike Biglmaier & Venezuela Patricia Diaz
  • April 14-16: #2 in Guadeloupe Le Moule
    • Men's doubles: Russia Nikita Burmakin & Italy Tommaso Giovannini
    • Women's doubles: Germany Maraike Biglmaier & Venezuela Patricia Diaz
  • April 21-23: #3 in Martinique Le Carbet
    • Men's doubles: Russia Nikita Burmakin & Italy Tommaso Giovannini
    • Women's doubles: Germany Maraike Biglmaier & Venezuela Patricia Diaz
  • May 26-28: #4 in Puerto Rico Carolina
    • Men's doubles: Puerto Rico Carlos Rivera & Venezuela Carlos Vigon
    • Women's doubles: Venezuela Lady Correa & Canada Marie-Pier Huet
  • June 3-5: #5 in Martinique Schoelcher
    • Men's doubles: Guatemala Nicholas Giannotti & Maxence Tournebize
    • Women's doubles: Collectivity of Saint Martin Julie Labrit & Guatemala Alizé Ayassamy
South America
  • March 3-5: #1 in Ecuador Salinas
    • Men's doubles: Italy Alessandro Calbucci & Michele Cappelletti
    • Women's doubles: Italy Sofia Cimatti & Flaminia Daina
  • April 15 & 16: #2 in Chile Maitencillo
    • Men's doubles: Chile Vicente Brusadelli & Juan Pablo Ramirez
    • Women's doubles: Argentina Jessica Orselli & Belen Tejeda
  • April 29 & 30: #3 in Brazil João Pessoa
    • Men's doubles: Brazil Ralff Abreu & Diogo Carneiro
    • Women's doubles: Brazil Joana Cortez & Rafaella Miiller
  • May 6 & 7: #4 in Brazil Niterói
    • Men's doubles: Italy Luca Cramarossa & Marco Garavini
    • Women's doubles: Brazil Joana Cortez & Rafaella Miiller
  • May 13 & 14: #5 in Brazil Balneário Camboriú
    • Men's doubles: Brazil Ralff Abreu & Diogo Carneiro
    • Women's doubles: Brazil Nathalia Font & Flávia Muniz
  • May 20 & 21: #6 in Brazil Maceió
    • Men's doubles: Brazil Ralff Abreu & Diogo Carneiro
    • Women's doubles: Brazil Joana Cortez & Rafaella Miiller
  • July 1 & 2: #7 in Brazil São Miguel do Gostoso
    • Men's doubles: Brazil Ralff Abreu & Diogo Carneiro
    • Women's doubles: Brazil Marilia Câmara & Lorena Melo
  • August 4-6: #8 in Brazil Fortaleza
    • Men's doubles: Brazil Allan Oliveira & Adolfo Januário
    • Women's doubles: Brazil Flávia Muniz & Marilia Câmara

International Tennis Hall of Fame

References

  1. ^ Steinberg, Jacob (29 January 2017). "Roger Federer beats Rafael Nadal to win Australian Open men's final - as it happened". The Guardian. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ "Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer beats Marin Cilic to win record eighth title". BBC Sport. 16 July 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ "Australian Open 2017: Serena Williams beats Venus Williams to set Grand Slam record". BBC Sport. 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ "French Open 2017: Champion Jelena Ostapenko believes anything is possible". BBC Sport. 10 June 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ "Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis win Wimbledon mixed doubles title". The Independent. 16 July 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "Australia ready to take revenge in quarterfinal". daviscup.com.

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