Sports fans in Southeast Asia may like to go and watch the PTT Thailand Open.
It is one of only two ATP tennis tournaments held in the region – the other is in Malaysia – and those on Thailand holidays will have the chance to see some of the best players on the planet.
Top seed for the competition – which is running until October 2nd – is Andy Murray and the world number four is one of only seven men to make all four grand slam semi-finals in a single year.
It will be the first time since 2006 that he has appeared at the event, when he lost his first-round encounter against Tim Henman.
Murray will be looking to record his third title of the year, while Frenhman Gael Monfils is also appearing.
Monfils knows a good run in Thailand and he could make the end-of-season ATP World Finals in London, which sees the eight best players on the tour compete against each other.