Emma Raducanu will be aiming to end her season on a high when she competes in Austria next week.
After a humbling defeat in the quarter-finals of the Transylvania Open, Raducanu’s sights are set on an improved display against another high-quality field.
"I’m fully focused on trying to end [the year] strong and get matches under my belt," she said. "I need matches at the moment. I feel like I had a really good run ending in New York and then after not playing for a while you lose that."
Coco Gauff is the defending champion from 2019 but the American teenager will be absent.
What is the tournament?
The Linz Open, which is a WTA 250 event.
When is it?
The tournament gets underway on November 7 with the final on November 12.
When is the draw?
The draw will take place on November 6.
Where is the Linz Open?
The tournament is being played at the TipsArena Linz in Linz, Austria.
Who else is competing at the Linz Open?
A strong field is in attendance with the likes of Simona Halep, Danielle Collins, Marta Kostyuk, Sorana Cirstea and Ajla Tomljanovic on the official player list.
How to watch the Linz Open on TV
Full coverage of the Linz Open is on Amazon Prime Video for customers in the UK and Ireland.
Prime Video’s coverage is presented by Catherine Whitaker and Marcus Buckland with punditry from Daniela Hantuchova and Greg Rusedski and commentary by Sam Smith, Robbie Koenig, Annabel Croft, Pete Odgers and Anne Keothavong.
Linz Open prize money
The overall prize money pot is $250,000 with the winner taking home $25,000 and the runner-up $14,000.