MUMBAI, India (AP)—Bangalore will replace the country’s financial capital of Mumbai when the ATP Tour holds a tennis tournament in India this year.
The ATP, the governing body for men’s professional tennis, announced the switch Tuesday. The Mumbai event was hampered by heavy rain during its two years.
Bangalore, in southern India, hosted the ATP World Doubles Championship in 2000. The tournament will be called the Bangalore Open and begin Sept. 29.