Wimbledon is done: What is up next on your tennis schedule

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Wimbledon is over and long live the new king of tennis, Carlos Alcaraz. The next Grand Slam is the US Open which takes place from August 28th through September 10th. But what about the tournaments in between? Because unless it’s December, tennis doesn’t really ever stop.

There are several 250-level tournaments either starting on Monday or they began over the weekend. These include the Hungarian Grand Prix and Palermo Ladies Open on the WTA tour. On the ATP tour, there is the Swiss Open Gstaad, the Hall of Fame Open (this tournament features Tommy Paul as the top seed), and the Nordea Open.

The Nordea Open in Bastad, Sweden, is the one you want to clear some time to watch for. Casper Ruud is the top seed with Andrey Rublev the number two. Honestly, it’s difficult with that draw to see how this would only be a 250 tournament, but maybe the players just wanted to see how pretty Sweden is this time of year.

What tournaments are next after Wimbledon?

The next ATP 500 is the Hamburg European Open which begins on July 22nd. Ruud and Rublev will also participate in this tourney. So will Lorenzo Musetti who won the tournament last year after beating little-known Carlos Alcaraz (that last part was a joke, by the way). The Hamburg European Open is also a WTA 250-level tournament.

The month rounds out with more 250-level tournaments for both the WTA and ATP. The ones that start next week for the WTA are the WTA Warsaw, and the Ladies Open Lausanne in Lausanne, Switzerland start on July 23rd and 24th, respectively. The Livesport Prague Open begins on July 30th.

On the ATP side, the Atlanta Open, and the Plava Laguna Croatia Open in Umag, Croatia begin on July 22nd. The Generali Open in Kitzbuhel, Austria, and the Mifel Open in Los Cabos, Mexico start on July 29th.

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The month ends with the start of the run-up tournaments to the US Open. The Citi Open in Washington, D.C. begins on July 30th. This tournament is a 500-level tourney for both the WTA and the ATP.