Giant Pole Jerzy Janowicz heads the field for this week's Scheveningen Challenger on the clay of Holland.
The Hague Open is one of the biggest challengers on the summer European clay-court swing and offers a great opportunity to watch some of the rising stars of the tennis circuit. The field is a little weaker than usual this year due to the London Olympics which has squashed the July calendar, meaning there are no less than four main tour ATP events taking place this week.
However there's still plenty of names in the draw worth looking out for. Janowicz is the favourite for the title. It's been a fantastic fortnight for Polish tennis with Agnieszka Radwanska reaching the Wimbledon final. The men have not come close to achieving similar feats for quite some time but many reckon Janowicz has the potential to be a future top 50 player.
Second seed Teymuraz Gabashvili has his sights on a return to the world's top 100 over the coming months and the draw represents a decent opportunity for the Russian to go deep.
There are no seeded Dutch players but quite a few dangerous floaters. Former Wimbledon junior champion Thiemo De Bakker has been red hot in the futures events recently, winning a number of clay court titles and Thomas Schoorel has shown himself to be capable of winning big challenger events in the past.
Also watch out for Belgium's Kimmer Coppejans who won the French Open junior title last month and has a wildcard into the main draw here.