Dominic Thiem will play for 4 consecutive days in a tournament in May

Pro tennis is bac in Austria with Dominic Thiem competing at the Generali Austrian Pro Series

Dominic Thiem

Great news from the Austrian side as Dominic Thiem has agreed to play a tournament in May. The world no.3 will compete at the Generali Austrian Pro Series that will be held in the federal performance center in Südstadt from May the 25th.

The tournament is played by 16 men and 8 women and the overall prize money is 151,750 euros. 

The format

On the men’s side, the 16 players will be divided into 4 groups of 4 players as follows:

Group A: Dominic Thiem, Lucas Miedler, David Pichler, Sandro Kopp

Group B: Jurij Rodionov, Jürgen Melzer, Lenny Hampel, Marko Andrejic

Group C: Dennis Novak, Sam Weissborn, Alex Erler, Lukas Neumayer

Group D: Sebastian Ofner, Phillip Oswald, Max Neuchrist, Moritz Thiem

The top 12 players will progress to the next stage of 4 groups of 3 players. Finally, the top 8 players will clash using the same format as the ATP Finals (yes… the format is quite complicated).

On the women side we have the following 2 groups:

Group A: Barbara Haas, Tamira Paszek, Mira Antonitsch, Irina Dshandshgava

Group B: Julia Grabher, Melanie Klaffner, Sinja Kraus, Elena Karner

The format is not clear, but it should be the same as the WTA Finals.


these are the schedules:

Monday May 25th Groups A and B
12 o’clock Dominic Thiem – David Pichler
2pm Jürgen Melzer – Lenny Hampel
4pm Jurij Rodionov – Marko Andrejic
6pm Lucas Miedler – Sandro Kopp
Tuesday May 26th Groups A and B
10 O `clock Lenny Hampel – Marko Andrejic
noon Jürgen Melzer – Jurij Rodionov
4pm Dominic Thiem – Lucas Miedler
6pm David Pichler – Sandro Kopp
Wednesday May 27th Groups A and B
10 O `clock Jurij Rodionov – Lenny Hampel
noon Jürgen Melzer – Marko Andrejic
4pm Dominic Thiem – Sandro Kopp
6pm Lucas Miedler – David Pichler
Thursday May 28th Groups A and B
10 O `clock Game for 7th place
noon Game for 5th place
4pm Game for 1st place
6pm 3rd place match

Where it will be broadcasted

The tournament will be broadcasted on TV or via live stream (at , laola1 or on Facebook). Dominic Thiem’s matches will be broadcasted by ServusTV.

Dominic Thiem’s ranking and performance in 2020

Dominic Thiem Stats info

Ranked world no.3 (career-high), Dominic played his last match on the 22nd of February when he lost to Gianluca Mager 7-64 7-5 in the quarter in Rio De Janeiro.

Dominic Thiem’s most significant performance of the year was reaching the final at the Australian Open.

Dominic Thiem

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