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DOHA, QATAR – Switzerland’s withdrawal from the ATP Cup is Doha’s gain as Stan Wawrinka heads up a field of those that did not make the ATP Cup cut.

 

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Tournament Fast Facts

Level ATP 250
Surface Hard (O)
Singles Draw 32
Doubles Draw 16
Prize Money $1,465,260
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Top seeds Stan Wawrinka [1]

Andrey Rublev [2]

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga [3]

Milos Raonic [4]

Laslo Djere [5]

Filip Krajinovic [6]

Adrian Mannarino [7]

Frances Tiafoe [8]

Top Half Stan Wawrinka [1]

Adrian Mannarino [7]

Milos Raonic [4]

Filip Krajinovic [6]

Bottom Half Frances Tiafoe [8]

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga [3]

Laslo Djere [5]

Andrey Rublev [2]

 

Draw & Results

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Singles
Doubles
Qualifying

 

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[1] Stan Wawrinka

With those not dispersed around Australia for the ATP Cup, Doha is the only mopping up point for the tour elite to pick up a few matches ahead of the Australian Open. It had been a few years since Wawrinka had been in Doha, returning to make the quarter-final last year, and looking in good shape for a deep run.

Wawrinka’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Jeremy Chardy | H2H: Wawrinka leads 6-0
  • QF: Adrian Mannarino [7] | H2H: Mannarino leads 1-0
  • SF: Milos Raonic [4] | H2H: Wawrinka leads 5-3
  • F: Andrey Rublev | H2H tied at 1-1

 

[2] Andrey Rublev

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The Russian has had more of his share of injuries in his career, as he looks to relieve a sparking debut in Doha where he made the final on his debut. However it could well be a challenging run with a couple of losing H2Hs to turn around.

Rublev’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Mikhail Kukushkin | H2H: Kukushkin leads 3-1
  • QF: Laslo Djere [8] | First meeting
  • SF: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga [3] | H2H: Tsonga leads 2-1
  • F: Stan Wawrinka | H2H tied at 1-1

 

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[3] Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

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A former champion here, while his compatriots do their thing in Australia, Tsonga will look to rekindle the kind of form that has seen him progress to the quarter-finals or better in his past three attempts.

Tsonga’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Miomir Kecmanovic | First meeting
  • QF: Frances Tiafoe [8] First meeting
  • SF: Andrey Rublev | H2H: Tsonga leads 2-1
  • F: Stan Wawrinka [1] | H2H: Wawrinka leads 5-3

 

[4] Milos Raonic

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Another player missing out on the ATP Cup, Raonic makes his debut in Doha to get his season going, having had to pull out of the Davis Cup Finals at the end of the year. The team’s younger stars get their call up for the second team event in a row.

Raonic’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Tennys Sandgren | First meeting
  • QF: Filip Krajinovic [6] | First meeting
  • SF: Stan Wawrinka [1] | H2H: Wawrinka leads 5-3
  • F: Andrey Rublev [2] | First meeting

 

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