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German Open Tennis


German Open Tennis Live Streaming

Event: German Open Tennis Championships (Hamburg European Open)
Sport: Tennis
Venue: AM Rotherbaum
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Live Streaming Availability: All Matches

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German Open Live Streaming

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ATP Hamburg

The German Open Tennis Championships, or simply the German Open or ATP Hamburg, is a professional tennis tournament that takes place on the men’s ATP Tour where it is a ATP World Tour 500 Series ranked event.

The German Open is played on outdoor clay courts at the AM Rotherbaum tennis centre in the German city of Hamburg. The tournament has a long history which can be traced back to 1892, when the tournament was inaugurated.

The tournament used to be a Masters level event and it is still mid-level ranked event capable of attracting top ranked players but over the years the event has become the favoured event for clay court specialists and those who struggle on hard courts, as the tournament takes place at the same time as the US hard court season.

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Hamburg European Open

The German Open has a long history which has seen many changes including the fact that it is now known as the Hamburg European Open but there have been many more changes than that during the tournaments existence.

The inaugural tournament was held at the Eisenbahnverein auf der Uhlenhorst (the Uhlenhorst Railway Club), with the first 5 editions open to only players from Germany or Austria.

Between 1898 to 1901, the tournament moved to Bad Homburg vor der Hohe before moving onto its current home at Am Rothenbaum in Hamburg in 1924.

The tournament has also gone through a number of ranking category including been an ATP Super 9 level event between 1990-1999, an ATP Masters Series event between 2000-2009 and its current ranking of an ATP Tour 500 level event since 2009.

After the lifting of non-Germanic players been allowed to play at the event, it was British stars who went on to dominate with every final between 1897 and 1909 featuring at least 1 British star but from there on in, it was German players who once again went onto dominate.

It was Jaroslav Drobny who open the 1950’s by becoming the first African to win and to set up a decade where non Europeans would dominate including wins for Australians and Americans.

!959 did see British player William Knight pick up another British win but the 1960’s were dominate by Australian stars including the likes of Rod Laver, Martin Mulligan, Fred Stolle, Roy Emerson, John Newcombe and Tony Roche who all went on to pick up the title in Hamburg on at least 1 occasion.

The open era has seen a great mix of stars from across the globe win at the tournament and it has also shown the quality of the tournament as one of the best ways to determine the quality of an event is a quick look at the stars who have gone onto pick up the title at it.

Amongst the winners of the Open Era are Ivan Lendl (then Czechoslovakia), Stefan Edberg (Sweden), Andrei Medvedev (Ukraine), Marcelo Rios (Chile), Gustavo Kuerten (Brazil), Roger Federer (Switzerland), Rafael Nadal (Spain), Nikolay Davydenko (Russia), Gilles Simon (France) and Andrey Rublev (Russia).

As with the majority of tennis tournaments held on the main ATP Tour, the ATP Hamburg European Open also features a doubles event alongside the singles event.

The doubles event features a good mix of singles stars who are doing double duty and those players who are doubles specialists and it has been in the doubles event where British success has been found in recent times with Jamie Murray winning the 2015 event alongside partners John Peers (Australia).

Unfortunately, recent times have found it harder for the tournament to attract the best of the best from the world of tennis as its ranking points offered have gone down, although it is still a 500 series event but the biggest issue has been its placement on the tennis calendar.

The European summer season, starts on clay ahead of the French Open, then moves to grass ahead of the Wimbledon Championships before the focus turns to hard court action and the North American leg of the world tour ahead of the US Open.

With the Hamburg European Open finding itself outside of the clay court tournament and with many of the top names focusing on North America, it has led to a mostly European line up and with those players whose preferred surface is clay.

That has in many ways led to a leveller playing field and for some great action as clay court stars go head to head.

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