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A look at the key events for the week of February 17, 2020

Open 13 de France – ATP 250 event – Marseille, France
Félix Auger-Aliassime
Vasek Pospisil
Denis Shapovalov

Delray Beach Open – ATP 250 event – Delray Beach, Florida, USA
Milos Raonic

Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships – WTA Premier event – Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Gabriela Dabrowski

Drummondville National Bank ChallengerATP Challenger tour event – $54,160 – Drummondville, QC
Taha Baadi
Razvan Baiant
Kamen Damov
Alexis Galarneau
Washi Gervais
Filip Peliwo
Brayden Schnur
Ilya Tirapolsky
David Volfson

Morelos Open Credito Real ATP Challenger tour event – $54,160 – Morelos, Mexico
Peter Polansky

Soho Square – ITF World Tennis Tour Men’s event – $15,000 – Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
Kelsey Stevenson

Copa Universidad Galileo – Grade 4 ITF junior event – Guatemala City, Guatemala
Cadence Brace
Bianca Jolie Fernandez
Stefanie Frias Da Silva
Maxime Mareschal-Hay
Maxime St-Hilaire
Alvin Nicholas Tudorica

Jalisco Jr. Cup – Grade 4 ITF junior event – Jalisco, Mexico
Duncan Chan
Christophe Clément
Hana Gamracy
Christophe Leblanc
Aurora Pedwell
James Seeraj
Stefan Simeunovic
Catherine Isabelle Denysiewicz Slowek
Liam Speers
Jaden Weekes

Cougar Open Wheelchair Tennis Tournament – ITF 3 Series Wheelchair Tennis event – Houston, Texas, USA
Mitch McIntyre
Thomas Venos

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