While the February's middle east swing has ended up, the big action is coming soon with the Sunshine Double being just around the corner. There is no break in WTA calendar during the one week gap between those two swings though, as some notable players will compete in WTA 250 events in Austin and Monterrey.

Austin hosts the first ever edition of ATX Open tournament. The biggest name in main draw in Texas is Danielle Collins, who was the first player announced to commit in the inaugural WTA 250 event in Austin. The American who is seeded with #4 has quite decent chances to win the whole tournament once getting the formidable draw for the first time this season. "Danimal" has already participated in all the biggest tournaments in WTA calendar this year, having a bad luck with getting involved into clashes against absolute top players in the opening stages of almost every event. This time, the American will start her Austin campaign from the match against Magdalena Frech. It will be third meeting of those players in the time of just 4 months, with two wins under Collins's belt so far.

There are also a few other interesting names, than can make a title run in Austin. Magda Linette will headline the main draw as the seed #1 in second back-to-back week after being a top seed in WTA 250 Merida Open. The recent AO semifinalist will play an interesting first round match against Varvara Gracheva. Shuai Zhang is the seed #2. The world's number 24 will face Harriet Dart in the opening round. Local fans will have a chance to witness as many as 5 all-American matchups during the first round. Sloane Stephens vs Taylor Townsend or Caty Mcnally vs Ashlyn Krueger can be the best highlights of those.

Here is the ATX Open main draw:

Mexico will host another WTA 250 tournament after last week's Merida Open. This time, Monterrey will be a the Abierto GNP Seguros tournament action. Caroline Garcia headlines the main draw which contains a few top notch players, who already proved their good form this season. The world's number 5 is a top seed and will face Kaja Juvan in the opening round. Marie Bouzkova, seeded with #2 will start her campaign with a match against Anna Karolina Schmiedlova. Donna Vekic, who is on the wave this season, advancing back to the top 30 of the WTA rankings, is seeded with #3 and will play Lesia Tsurenko in the first round.

Elise Mertens, seeded with #4, will face Diana Shnaider in one of the most exciting match-ups of the opening round. The winner of it can possibly play against Camila Giorgi in second round. The Italian who took the title in Merida Open yesterday, will continue her Mexico campaign in Monterrey, starting from the match against Elena Gabriela Ruse.

Here is the Abierto GNP Seguros draw: