In April the ATP Challenger Tour comes to Alicante where top tennis players and future stars will battle it out for the top prize.
This year, you can expect to see Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic in Alicante as the World No. 169 is due to make his debut appearance on the of clay of Alicante in April. Former World No. 17 Tomic is hoping to get his career back on track as he is ready to play a few Challenger events this year.
Players who succeed on the ATP Challenger Tour can earn enough ranking points to become eligible for the ATP World Tour tournaments. Players on the Challenger Tour are either young players, those who fail to qualify for ATP events, or former ATP winners looking to get back into the big tour.