Auckland's ASB Classic will be one of the former world No.1's last appearances.
Glamour girl Eugenie Bouchard is heading back to Auckland in 2020.
The flamboyant Italian will return to Auckland in December.
The 20-time grand slam champion is regarded by many as the greatest tennis player ever and is a national hero in Switzerland.
Five Grand Slam champs (with 28 titles) will grace the courts of Auckland's No.1 Tennis Lane.
American Cori 'Coco' Gauff is Auckland bound in 2020.
A talented Aussie team leads Colombia 1-0 in the revamped competition.
Michael Venus and South African Raven Klaasen were beaten by a French pair in the final.
Michael Venus and Raven Klassen will compete for the doubles title in London.
Julia Goerges and John Isner will be in action early next year.
Canadian Dennis Shapovalov has been added to stacked men's draw.
Karen Khachanov will be making his third trip to Auckland in 2020.
The Scotsman was playing in his seventh tournament since returning to singles.
The ban comes after an explosive outburst in Cincinnati last month.
"I'd marry her right now."
Russian Daniil Medvedev will compete in New Zealand for the first time.
The Canadian made a name for herself at Auckland's premier tennis tournament.
Serena Williams (and US media) needs to stop playing the 'mother card', insists Dave Worsley.
It's 'only' doubles, but you should care about these Kiwi battlers, says Dave Worsley.
The Spanish tennis star has now won 19 Grand Slam titles.