Novak Djokovic struggled but advanced within three matches of completing the first men’s singles calendar-year Grand Slam in 52 years on Monday
Ramkumar plays both singles and doubles games and is well known for his attacking serve, which will be a great asset in the Tie Break Tens (TB10s) short-form of the sport.
Bencic, 24, is looking forward to continuing her tennis journey, experiencing the game in a new country, and is eager to show her defeat against Raducanu at the US Open was a one-off.
Taking place at the International Tennis Centre at Zayed Sports City in Abu Dhabi, from December 16-18, the 13th edition of the Arabian Gulf’s leading professional tennis experience will once again welcome the best tennis talents across three days of competition.
Registration is now open for the programmes, which offer a number of roles for aspiring young tennis players and residents to get involved in 13th edition of the people’s favourite Abu Dhabi event.
The tournament will give fans the opportunity to swing into the festive season in style, with six of the world’s top male tennis players, and two leading female players, lined up to compete across three days of exciting tennis action, in a safe and secure environment.
Djokovic has previously won four major titles in a row, but not in a year, and that's when he won the French Open title in 2016, adding him to Wimbledon and Flushing Meadows titles 2015 and the 2016 Australian Open.