Updated: May 13, 2020
On the 30th of April it was the final of the virtual Spanish open. There were 16 actual tennis players in the competition and it was played as a video game tournament so no one had to go out of their houses to compete in it. The tournament had a similar style to that of the Football World Cup in 2018. It begun with four group stages with four competitors each, and in each group there was a round-robin (every team played every team). Two people progressed from each group depending on their scores. There was then a quarter final, which led on to the semi final which led on to the final. The results are below this text, and as you can see, the winner was Andy Murray.