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David Ferrer and John Isner kick off the Geneva Open at the city's scenic lake.

Ferrer & Isner Play With A Fountain View

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

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Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open – Geneva, Switzerland

David Ferrer and John Isner played some tennis on a mini court nearby Lake Geneva and the famous Jet d’eau fountain. View Photo 

Stan Wawrinka visited HUG hospital with the Let it Beat Foundation, which helps children with heart disease.

“This is a cause I care a lot about,” said Wawrinka. “I want to thank the hospital and the doctors for all the great work and effort. I enjoyed visiting those kids who are fighting hard and doing much better after the treatment they get here. It’s a pleasure to see them smile.” 

Marin CilicMatwe Middelkoop, Wesley Koolhof, Marcus Daniell, Artem Sitak, Julian Knowle and Oliver Marach were among the stars to attend the tournament party at the Swissotel Sunday night.

Mariusz Fyrstenberg, Santiago Gonzalez and Pablo Carreno Busta participated in kids’ day activities.

Cilic, Federico Delbonis, Steve Johnson, Guillermo Garcia-Lopez and Albert Ramos-Vinolas met with fans and sponsors on site. 

Moet and Chandon off-court news 

Open de Nice Cote D’Azur – Nice, France

Second seed Gilles Simon attended the FFT Centre inauguration with Nice Mayor Christian Estrosi.

Defending champion Dominic Thiem and NextGen star Taylor Fritz visited with many children from local schools at the Promenade des Anglais for a clinic. View Photo

Kevin Anderson visited the Emirates booth as he went on a tour of the site with ATP World Tour Uncovered. View Photo 

Anderson, Alexander Zverev and Quentin Halys met with their young fans to sign autographs.

Juan Sebastian Cabal, Robert Farah, Johan Brunstrom and Andreas Siljestrom participated in kids’ clinics.

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