Lorenzo Sonego and Stefano Travaglia lead a strong Italian contingent as the European clay-court swing kicks off at the Sardegna Open in Cagliari.

Held on a single-year license at the Cagliari Tennis Club, the Sardegna Open will feature four of the nine Italians inside the Top 100 in the FedEx ATP Rankings. Sonego leads the charge after reaching the fourth round last week in Miami, and he will be searching for his second career ATP Tour title. He is joined by Travaglia, Salvatore Caruso and Marco Cecchinato on home soil. 

Daniel Evans, Taylor Fritz and Jan-Lennard Struff are also among the players looking to leave their mark at the ATP 250 event in Cagliari.

This event adds to the depth of tournaments held in Italy, which also includes the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, the longtime ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Rome, the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan and, for the first year, the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin.

Here’s all you need to know about the Cagliari tennis tournament: what is the schedule, when is the draw, how to watch and more.

Established: 2021

Tournament Dates: 5-11 April 2021

Tournament Director: Giorgio di Palermo

Draw Ceremony: Saturday, 3 April at 1pm

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* Qualifying: Sunday, 4 April – Monday, 5 April (10am)
* Main draw: Monday, 5 April – Sunday, 11 April at 11am
* Doubles final: Sunday, 11 April (Time TBA)
* Singles final: Sunday, 11 April (Time TBA)

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Venue: Tennis Club Cagliari
Surface: Clay

Prize Money: €408,800 (Total Financial Commitment: €408,800)