ATP action coming thick and fast (and free)
William Hill promised you magnificent tennis last week and boy did we ever deliver (with just a tiny bit of help from Rafa Nadal and Andy Murray) but don't worry if you missed it as we're throwing even more ATP action at you this week - and it's all free to watch on betliveTV.
The ATP Memphis in true American style tops the billing but, with Novak Djokovic looking to dazzle in Marseille and David Nalbandian going to battle in Buenos Aires, there really is an eclectic feel to our top trio of events.
So make sure you don't miss out on the tri-continent, star filled, action packed week of tennis ahead - and with all the tournaments available for free on your PC you don't have any excuses.
The Regions Morgan Keegan Championships in Memphis, Tennessee, is the highlight tournament of the week due to its ATP-500 status, and as such a host of stars are preparing to grab a chunk of the $757,000 prize fund.
World number six, Andy Roddick, could be the man to beat and, unluckily for him, there are many capable of doing just that including Juan Martin del Potro and James Blake.
The indoor hard-court venue, The Racquet Club of Memphis, is seen as one of the premiere tennis arenas in America so it seems only fitting that the big names on show will provide a tennis treat worthy of the impressive host.
And our betliveTV cameras will be there from Thursday, just as the cream starts rising to the top.
Murray may be missing from Marseille due to his ankle injury but don't let this worry you as The Open 13 will be as competitive as ever.
The outstanding first round draw includes world number three Novak Djokovic, experienced Russian Marat Safin and solid Spaniard Feliciano Lopez, however there is likely to be a strong French feel to the event with all their greatest talent on show.
How Britain would love to boast a pool talent that includes Gael Monfils, Gilles Simon, Arnaud Clement, Richard Gasquet and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - all of who, plus more included, will be strutting their stuff with typical French grace in Marseille.
It's only classed as an ATP-250 event but as lower grade events go, you won't get much better.
ATP Buenos Aires
The Copa Telmex on the clay of Buenos Aires brings a different flavour to our tennis offering as some of the best clay-courters (most notably Spanish and South Americans) aim for the $93,900 first place prize.
David Nalbandian returns to defend the title he won last year and he will need to be at his peak to knock away the challenges of Nicolas Almagro, last year's finalist Jose Acasuso and last week's ATP Costa do Sauipe champion Tommy Robredo.