The Most Significant Calendar Changes in the 2014 Tennis Season

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The Most Significant Calendar Changes in the 2014 Tennis Season
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Rafael Nadal signs autographs in London at ATP World Finals.

Perhaps the most anticipated tennis schedule change in recent history will be the three-week gap between the French Open and Wimbledon in 2015.

It's a sign that the tours are listening to players who have long advocated for more rest between major events. Next year, the ATP is incorporating a week-long break between the Paris Open and the year-end ATP World Tour Finals. 

Meanwhile, several changes will take place on the 2014 schedule. Some tournaments have folded, making room for new stops on the tours.

The following are the most significant calendar changes for the 2014 season.

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