1996 ATP Tour
The following table lists the tournaments of professional men's tennis season 1996 (ATP Tour ) are shown. In the calendar of the 1996 season, there were a total of five new tournaments that took place in Shanghai, Zagreb, New Delhi, Singapore and Bournemouth; the tournament in Antwerp returned after a year's break back into the tournament schedule back. No longer be found in the calendar of tournaments Buenos Aires, Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, Montevideo, Nice, Bordeaux and the indoor tournament in Tokyo. Four tournaments changed their Location: The Masters Tournament of food emigrated after only one year to Stuttgart, the Tournament of Valencia moved to Marbella and the ATP World Championship took place in 1996 for the first time held in Hanover and drew no longer in Frankfurt am Main, in double the World Cup from Eindhoven to Hartford, Connecticut.