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ATP Cancels Inaugural Israel Open Due to Security Concerns

The ATP has cancelled the upcoming Israel Open, which was set to be played in Tel Aviv from September 15-21, due to concerns about the military conflict in the region.

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The Negev Israel Open would have been the first ATP tournament played in Israel since 1996. The tournament had moved from its home in St. Petersburg after last year.

“We regret the ATP World Tour event in Tel Aviv, Israel, will not take place this year. Sadly, we do not feel we can proceed as planned given the situation in the region. Ensuring the security of our players, fans and all those involved in organising a world-class event, is our number one priority,” said ATP Executive Chairman & President Chris Kermode. “We hope to be back in Tel Aviv next year. In the meantime, and much more importantly, we hope for a swift return to peace in the region.”