OTW Extra Email Archive - January 2021

Your free Ones to Watch in 2021 report...

Wednesday 6th January 2021

In your Ones to Watch EXTRA email today:

  • Your free report…
  • Ones to Watch in 2021…
  • New season starts today… 

Happy New Year. As promised, I’ve got a free gift for you today.

I’ve been at work on your exclusive new Ones to Watch report for 2021.

It’s all ready for you to view & download, free of charge, right now…

Your Ones to Watch in 2021 report…

This annual report has served us well in recent seasons. Not least last year, with Sofia Kenin and Iga Swiatek both on our 2020 roster:

  • Kenin won the Australian Open at 50/1. And also finished runner-up at the French Open, at 50/1
  • Swiatek won the French Open at 100/1

This time, I’ve ramped things up. With a total of 20 young & improving names on my new 2021 list.

That includes the now-traditional five men and five women to watch. Plus, two new features…

With a handful of ‘repeat’ names from previous annual reports, that can shine in 2021 after the shortened and strange 2020 season.

Along with five teenagers, that can climb the rankings and claim a few scalps.

Let’s not forget, this time last year, Iga Swiatek was an 18-year-old with no Senior trophies to her name. She’s now a Grand Slam champion.

Perhaps one of the players in this year’s report will be the source of the next 100/1 winner…

Check out the new list on the link below. You can view it online, save it as a PDF to your device, print it out. Whatever you fancy. We’ll be referring to it throughout the year.

View your Ones to Watch in 2021 report here >>

New season starts today…

Plenty of the names in that new report will be in action this week, in the first tournaments of 2021.

On the ATP Tour, the men are at Delray Beach, USA. And Antalya in Turkey. Those two events start on Thursday.

And as I write this morning, the very first tournament of the season is underway. With the women taking to the court at WTA Abu Dhabi.

In a nice move, the WTA Tour have now got the same tournament grading system as the ATP. That means that both women’s and men’s events are now categorised in the same way: 250, 500, and ‘Masters’ 1000 events. With of the course the four Grand Slams on top of that.

You can view the January calendar on our website here.

I’ll be in touch again next week, with more info and pointers for you for the new season.

Enjoy the tennis…

Best wishes,

Oliver Upstone

Tom Wilson

Ones to Watch