There may be no Asian swing this year because of COVID-19, but the ATP still has plenty of tennis planned this year.

A few favourites of the European indoor hardcourt season have been cancelled – Stockholm, Basel and Moscow – but St Petersburg has replaced Moscow and Cologne and Sardinia have been added.

A second ATP 250 event will be played in Cologne next week, at the same time as the European Open in Antwerp.

The Nur-Sultan in Kazakhstan will be played the same week as the Vienna 500.

Then there is London and the ATP finals for the final time in London.

12-18 October
St Petersburg 500
Cologne Indoors 250
Sardinia 250 [clay]

19-25 October
Cologne Championships 250
Antwerp 250

26 October-1 November
Vienna 500
Astana, Nur-Sultan

2-8 November
Paris 1000

8-14 November
Sofia 250

15-22 November
ATP Finals

1 Djokovic
2 Nadal
3 Thiem
4 Tsitsipas
5 Medvedev
6 Zverev

Next to qualify:
7 Diego Schwartzman
8 Matteo Berrettini
9 Andrey Rublev
10 Gael Monfils
11 Denis Shapovalov
12 Roberto Bautista Agut