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Maharashtra Open

Maharashtra Open Live Streaming
Event: Maharashtra Open (Formerly Chennai Open)
Sport: Tennis
Venue: Mhalunge Balewadi Tennis Complex
Location: Pune, India
Live Streaming Availability: All Matches

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Maharashtra Open Live Streaming

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Watch Maharashtra Open Tennis

The Maharashtra Open is a professional tennis tournament on the men’s ATP World Tour where it is a ATP World Tour 250 Series ranked event.

The tournament takes place at the Mhalunge Balewadi Tennis Complex in the Indian city of Pune. The tournament was founded back in 1996 and has also been known as the Gold Flake Open and the Tata Open, the Chennai Open, the New Delhi Open, ATP Chennai and ATP New Delhi and by its new name of Maharashtra Open.

The Maharashtra Open features a good mix of top 100 players as well as up and comers with a few top 10 stars attracted each year. Stan Wawrinka has enjoyed many visits to the event and is the most successful players in the tournament history.

ATP Pune

There are a number of tournaments on the men’s ATP World Tour that have long established roots and that stay in the same location for decade after decade after decade and then there are some tournaments that never really establish routes and that continue to move from one location to the next and this event is one of the latter.

The tournament in India’s leading tennis tournament and started life in the city of New Delhi before moving the Chennai for almost 20 years but now the event is held in the up and coming city of Pune, which is the second biggest city in the Maharashtra region of India.

The city of Pune, also known as Poona, is a huge city with just under 8,000,000 inhabitants and often ranks as one of the most popular cities in India for holidaymakers and locals alike

The tournament takes place at the impressive Shri Shivchhatrapati Sports Complex which was the venue of the 2009 Commonwealth Youth Games.

Whilst the large complex hosts everything from Athletic to football, aquatics to badminton, basketball to shooting, boxing to wrestling and cycling to table tennis, it is of course the complexes tennis venue that is of the most importance to us here.

The venue features one main court alongside four other competition courts, as well as 6 warm up courts that makes sure that there is lots of great action available throughout the day when the Maharashtra Open is on.

Whilst most know the tournament as the Maharashtra Open, it is also well known as the ATP Pune but no matter what you call it, there can be no denying that the event is one of the biggest events in South Asia.

Despite been a relatively low ranking event and also offering a relatively small prize fund and the fact that the ATP Pune is a tournament not located close to other events that players can double on, the Maharashtra Open has still been able to attract lots of big stars down the years.

As well as changes in name and location, the event has also held a number of different categories on the ATP tour.

Originally the event was a ATP World Series level event before becoming an ATP International Series level event between 1998-2008.

In 2009, the event became a ATP Tour 250 series level event which is the ranking it continues to hold to this very day.

The first ever version of the event, hosted in New Delhi in 1006 saw Swedish star Thomas Enqvist win the inaugural titles and interestingly the first winner of the new version of the event held in Chennai just a year later was also won by a Swede, with Mikael Tillstrom picking up the title.

Amongst the other star names to win or reach the final in Chennai were Pat Rafter, Carlos Moya, Ivan Ljubicic, Rafa Nadal, Mikhail Youzhny, Marin Cillic, Stan Wawrinka, Milos Raonic, Roberto Bautista Agut, Borna Coric, Daniil Medvedev.

Since the move to Pune, top stars to enjoy success have includes the likes of Gilles Simon, Kevin Anderson, Ivo Karlovic and Jiri Vesely.

The host nation has enjoyed lots of success in the doubles event, starting with the pair of Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes, who won 4 events between 1997-2002 and then won the 2011 event whilst in recent times other Indian stars such as Rohan Bopanna, Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan and Divij Sharan have all won the title.

British success has been hard to come across at the event but in 2015, doubles specialist Jonathan Marray teamed up with Lu Yen-hsun to win the doubles event in 2015.

Despite attracting many big names and bene part of the ATP Tour it can be still frustratingly difficult to watch the ATP Pune tennis tournament live on British tv.

Even if you have an expensive and ongoing subscription to pay television sports channels that show tennis, the chances are that not all of the action from the event will be shown but thankfully there is now a much better way to watch live tennis from the ATP Maharashtra Open held in Pune.

All of the live streaming services of the online bookmakers featured on this page bring you all of the action from the ATP Pune Open live online and best of all you can watch the action however you like to watch as laptops, phones, computers and tablets are all supported.

There is a requirement that you are aged 18 and over and that you have a funded account but that is well worth it to be able to watch all of the great action from the Maharashtra Open and even better, you can watch tennis from across the globe all year around.

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NAME TOP COMPETITIONS DETAILS
Bet365 *Grand Slams
*ATP Tour
*WTA Tour
*ITF Tour
*Davis Cup
Registration and deposited account needed You Must Be Aged 18 Years Old and Over WATCH NOW (18+)
Coral *Grand Slams
*ATP Tour
*WTA Tour
*ITF Tour
*Davis Cup
Registration and deposited account needed You Must Be Aged 18 Years Old and Over WATCH NOW (18+)