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St Petersburg Open


St Petersburg Open Live Streaming

Event: St Petersburg Open
Sport: Tennis
Venue: Sibur Arena
Location: St Petersburg, Russia
Live Streaming Availability: All Matches

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St Petersburg Open Live Streaming

Watch all of the action from St Petersburg Open with the whole event available to watch live online via the great live streaming services featured on this page.

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How To Watch Live Tennis

Step 1: Click here to sign up to BET365.com 18+(A funded account/deposit is needed) (If you already have an account go to step 2

Step 2: Click on “Tennis”, found at the left hand side of the page, in the darker area for desktops or at the top of the page on mobile devices.

Step 3: Find the match that is of interest to you and so long as a square with a > symbol appears, you can watch live.

Step 4: Click on the text stating the match (on the left hand side) and then on the play symbol to watch along live.

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ATP St Petersburg Open

The St Petersburg Open is a professional tennis tournament that takes place on the men’s ATP Tour where it is a ATP World Tour 250 Series event.

Held in the Russian city of St Petersburg, originally at the Petersburg Sports and Concert Complex, the event had been held annually since 1995 before moving to its current location at the Sibur Arena in 2015 after a year off in 2014.

Matches at the St Petersburg Open are played on indoor hard courts and despite only been ranked as 250 Series event the St Petersburg Open attracts a good mixture of top 10 players, top 50 players and those looking to push for the top 50.

The prize fund on offer at the event is over $1,000,000 dollars which is large for a tournament of this size, which helps it attracts some of the biggest names, although most winners at the tournament have come from Eastern European countries. Britain’s Andy Murray is one of couple a small number of players to win the event on more than one occasion.

With a strong field always in attendance for the St Petersburg Open, it is a great tournament for tennis fans to watch but it is one that often goes over-looked.

There are always lots of household names appearing at the event and with a good mix of young up and coming players looking to pull off a shock result, you can be assure d f lots of fascinating but exciting action and the possibility of an upset or 2.

Thankfully, it has never been easier to watch all of the great action from both the singles and doubles event in Russia as all of the action can be watched live online.

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Tennis Live Streaming Services

NAME TOP COMPETITIONS DETAILS
Bet365 *Grand Slams
*ATP Tour
*WTA Tour
*ITF Tour
*Davis Cup
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ATP St Petersburg

The ATP St Petersburg is one of the most established tennis tournaments in Eastern Europe but even so it has a relatively short history and has undergone many changes throughout its history.

In terms of venue, the tournament started life at the Petersburg Sports and Concert Complex between 1995-2013 when it moved to its current home at the impressive Sibur Arena.

Between 1995-1999 and between 2004-2007, the action took place on an indoor carpet surface whilst between 2000-2003 and from 2008 onwards, the matches have been played on indoor hard courts.

The standing of the tournament has also changed throughout its history, with it having an ATP World Series ranking between 1995-1997, an ATP International Series ranking between 1998-2008, an ATP World Tour 250 Series ranking between 2009-2019 before temporarily becoming an ATP World Tour 500 Series level event in 2020.

One aspect of the event that has remained consistent is the big prize fund and the tournaments ability to attract big names from across the globe.

It is always difficult to know the quality of a tournament as the line up changes from one season to the next but one way to understand the prestige of an event is to look at the names who have picked up the title and that is something that the ATP St Petersburg has lots to brag about.

Local favourite Yevgeny Kafelnikov won the inaugural event in 1995 whilst other star names to pick up the title in Russia include the likes of Magnus Gustafsson (of Sweden), Richard Krajicek (of The Netherlands), Marat Safin (of Russia), Sebastien Grosjean (of France), Gustavo Kuerten (of Brazil), Marin Cilic (of Croatia), Ernests Gulbis (of Latvia), Milos Raonic (of Canada), Alexander Zverev (of Germany), Dominic Thiem (of Austria, Daniil Medvedev (of Russia) and Britain’s own Andy Murray.

As with most ATP Tour level tournaments, the ATP St Petersburg Open also offers some great doubles action alongside the singles event, with the doubles event featuring a good mix of both those players who specialise in doubles tennis and singles players who are pulling double duty.

The doubles event has seen plenty of success for British players with all British teams of Colin Fleming and Ken Skupski (in 2009 against Jeremy Chardy and Richard Gasquet of France) and Colin Fleming and Ross Hutchins (in 2011 against Michail Elgin and Alexandre Kudryavtsev of Russia) both winning the title.

Dominic Inglot also won the title alongside Henri Kontinen of Finland in 2016.

If you are a fan of tennis, you will know how difficult it can be to watch relatively small tournaments such as the St Petersburg Open on British television as even if you have an expensive and ongoing subscription to pay tv sports channels that feature tennis, you are only likely to get a small selection of matches from the event at best.

Thankfully, you can now watch all of the action from the ATP St Petersburg and no matter if you want to watch the great singles action or the quality doubles action on offer, it is simple and straight forward.

All of the great live streaming services of the online bookmakers featured on this page allow you to pick and choose the matches that you want to watch from the final to the opener and from the matches featuring the number 1 seed to the matches of the rank outsider.

To watch via the bookies on this page you will need to be aged 18 or over and have a funded account but you can then watch action not just from Russia but from tournament held across the globe all year around.

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All of the great services listed below allow you to watch live tennis from the ATP St Petersburg Open in Russia.

Tennis Live Streaming Services

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Bet365 *Grand Slams
*ATP Tour
*WTA Tour
*ITF Tour
*Davis Cup
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Coral *Grand Slams
*ATP Tour
*WTA Tour
*ITF Tour
*Davis Cup
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