Professional tennis is leaving San Jose and walking to Memphis.

The ATP World Tour announced this week that the 123-year-old tennis tournament, currently known as the SAP Open, will not return in 2014. In the past, the event featured greats such as John McEnroe, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi and many others. More recently, casual fans would have a hard time identifying the top seeds. The tournament will move to Memphis after next year’s final event in San Jose, while Memphis’ stop will move to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

With fewer people showing up to the SAP OPen in recent years at HP Pavilion, San Jose is certainly losing one of its signature sporting events.

The SAP Open started in 1889 in Monterey and was called the Pacific Coast Championships at the time.

Correction: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that the SAP Open will not return to San Jose in 2013. regrets the error.