Location: Sydney, Australia
Category: ATP 250 Series
Prize money: $450,110
Top seed: Dominic Thiem
Defending champion: Viktor Troicki
The event in Sydney is very topical before the Australian Open championship. The participants of the ATP Sydney will save their time as there’s no need to make a long flight to Melbourne. Also the players benefit of adapting to the Australian weather. Obviously, top players are resting this week but the well-known names from the top 30 will make their appearance on Sydney courts.
Weather Conditions at the Apia International
These days in Sydney there will be 27-30 degrees above zero. While at the Australian Open courts there are 33-37 degrees. It means that the participants can prepare for the extreme heat. Moreover, the weather in Sydney is rather windy (about 6 meters per second in the evening), which can negatively affect the player’s serves.
Apia International Champions Info
Viktor Troicki has been the Sydney’s champion for the last two years. This time the Serb also participates. Before that the event was won by Juan Martin Del Potro, who has announced that he’s not fit enough to play at the beginning of the season 2017. Lleyton Hewitt favored this event very much and managed to win it for four times. As for other local champions, Bernard Tomic has triumphed in Sydney in 2013.
ATP Sydney Draw Analysis
No doubt, Dominic Thiem is one of the title favorites. Will he manage to lift it? We think so. Who can compete with the Austrian? Pablo Carreno Busta can offer resistance. Viktor Troicki got a lucky draw and also has chances to defend the title. There are no challenging opponents in his bracket.
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