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Carreno Busta, Goffin Enjoy Sights In Moscow & Antwerp

It hasn't been all about tennis for players this week. ATPWorldTour.com provides a recap of the highlights.

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VTB Kremlin Cup — Moscow, Russia

Top seed Pablo Carreno Busta enjoyed a guided tour of the Kremlin Territory and Cathedral Square, which features five famous Moscow cathedrals and the Tsar Bell, the world’s largest bell.

Local star and #NextGenATP’s Andrey Rublev assisted with the draw ceremony, held at Moscow’s TASS News Agency on Saturday.

ATP World Tour Uncovered spent the day with the rising star, visiting Rublev’s family’s restaurant, Moscow’s Red Square and his childhood tennis club.

All main draw players were treated to a special night during the Official Kremlin Cup Opening Party at Duran Bar, featuring live music, speeches and a sit-down dinner to kick-off the event.

#NextGenATP Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Bublik, Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Philipp Kohlschreiber, and Andrey Kuznetsov all took part in autograph sessions.

European Open — Antwerp, Belgium 

Belgium's David Goffin and Steve Darcis took on Benoit Paire and Sebastien Grosjean of France in the European Open Pedalo Cup, a friendly paddle boat competition in the port of Antwerp. The Belgians were first to cross the finish line, with Nick Kyrgios waving the black and white checkered flag. Afterwards, the group participated in a press conference in the port house and office building.

Goffin also enjoyed a walk around Antwerp before taking in the view from high up in the Antwerp Cathedral, where Maui Jim presented their new collection to the top Belgian. 

Kyrgios and Frances Tiafoe were just a few of the players who enjoyed a laid-back night Monday, as the tournament hosted a player’s cocktail to kick off the week.

Intrum Stockholm Open — Stockholm, Sweden

Brothers Elias Ymer and Mikael Ymer took part in the opening ceremony on Sunday at their home country tournament.

Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina and Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov interacted with fans at autograph sessions.

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