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Topic - Adam Helfant
"Our 2012 and 2013 calendars each provide for the seven-week offseason, meaning that our players will have an additional two weeks to spend away from the rigors of life on tour before taking up the cause again in the following year," ATP President Adam Helfant said.
"We have not even begun to think about what post 2013 could start to look like," Helfant said. "When we start to have those conversations, which could be next year, we can of course look at our calendars."