A massive tournament at Majordome has begun, as the Irish Open opens for a second year.
The first tournament took place in September 2018, and it featured a massive field of 10 players, with the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova taking the top two spots in the doubles and singles tournament.
The first two matches between the two were won by Djokos in the second round.
A third tournament took to the streets of Dublin in December 2018, but it was postponed until February 2019, when it was played again.
The second game between Novak and Nadal was won by Sharapovic, but Novak lost to Sharapov in the fourth round.
It was the first time a third round match between two top players was played in the tournament’s history.
However, this is the first tournament that is not a major title, so there is a lot of excitement around the event.
The tournament has also seen a host of major stars, from the likes in the tennis world like Serena Williams and Nadals Grand Slam titles, to more established players like the great Roger Federer.
There is a big buzz around the tournament, with some saying the event has brought the best of both worlds together.
One of the biggest attractions of the tournament is the number of players, many of whom are very young.
The crowd is expected to be a record number, and will likely fill the stadium, which will house an estimated 15,000 people.
The crowd will be able to watch some of the best tennis in the world play, but also the best amateur players, who will be in attendance.
The tournament has seen the likes to Roger Fed, David Ferrer and Andy Murray take to the court.
The best of the Irish women will be playing in the men’s final, but a number of women will also be there, including world number four Serena and the world number one Nadal.