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ATP AEGON Open Nottingham 2017 Tennis Live
Date:Jun 20 – Jun 26, 2017
Vanu:The City of Nottingham Tennis Centre – Nottingham, England
World No. 8 Johanna Konta will be the leading contender to crown the 2017 Aegon Open in Nottingham as the British star looks to kick off the grass season with a bang.
After a triumphant start to 2017, which included winning titles in Miami and Sydney, along with making the quarter-finals of the Australian Open, Konta was very quiet during the clay season, failing to win back-to-back matches as she still finds her feet on the surface.
But a transition to grass offers Konta the opportunity to return to the winners circle – and she will be hoping to immediately stake her claim as one of the leading contenders for Wimbledon. But first and foremost Konta will be hoping to improve on last year’s showing in Nottingham, where she lost in the second round to Saisai Zheng.
The only other top 20 player in the 2017 Aegon Open field is Anastasija Sevastova – the Latvian who enjoyed a solid clay season, highlighted by a semi-final run at the Mutua Madrid Open, along with quarter-final finishes at Charleston and Stuttgart and a third round exit at the French Open.
Alison Riske, the 2016 Nottingham runner-up to Karolina Pliskova, also returns for another shot at Aegon Open glory, and the big-hitting American has to be counted among the leading contenders, with her powerful and flat game taylor-made for grass.
Other notable names to look out for in the draw include Lauren Davis, Yulia Putintseva, Lucie Safarova and Shelby Rogers, along with rising youngsters Naomi Osaka, Oceane Dodin and Ash Barty.Watch Now