The ATP Tour will hold the Serbia Open 2012 in Belgrade, Serbia on clay courts, starting the 30th of April. This tournament has a purse of more than 366,000 Euros and a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16. It will be an ATP 250 event and will be played on clay. The next upcoming event on the calendar is the Estoril, Open, which happens in Estoril, Portugal on clay courts as well. This one also starts on the 30th and the next event after that is a Master's 1000 tournament called the Mutua Madrid Open, which happens in Madrid, Spain starting May 6th.
This tournament started in 2009, the first tournament on the ATP Tour to be held in Serbia. It is already regarded as one of the top tournaments of the year. Pablo Andujar is the top seed for this tournament with Andreas Seppi as the second seed and Jarkko Nieminen as the third. David Nalbandian will be the fourth seed and Lukasz Kubot and Fabio Fognini are fifth and sixth and Ryan Harrison and Gilles Muller are the seventh and eighth seeds. Sign up at the banners on this page and you'll be able to watch live tennis online no matter where in the world you happen to live.
Posted: 25th April 2011
The ATP World Tour will be in Belgrade this week for a tournament that starts on the 25th and followed by the Estoril Open, an combined women's and men's tennis event in Estoril, Portugal that starts on the same day. Finally, there will be an ATP Masters 1000 tournament called the Mutua Madrid Open held on clay courts for € 2,835,000, starting on May 5th. Click on the banners on this page and get your membership for access to high quality streaming video from your computer or mobile device from anywhere in the world.
This week's tournament in Belgrade, Serbia is called the Serbia Open 2011 and it will start on April 25th and run until May 1st. It is a clay court tournament that has a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16. The tournament at Belgrade has been called one of the best on the tour, and it is the first tournament ever to be held on the Tour in Serbia, starting in 2009. Last year saw Sam Querrey walk away with the Serbia Open 2010 title and officials and fans alike are expecting this year not to disappoint as well.
A Serbian is the top seed for the Serbia Open 2011. Novak Djokovic started the season with a perfect 24-0 record and now will contend for the title in Belgrade. The second seed is Viktor Troicki and third is Guillermo Garcia-Lopez. Fourth and fifth are Albert Montanes and John Isner. Ernests Gulbis is the sixth seed and seventh and eighth are Janko Tipsarevic and Fernando Gonzales. If you want to watch this tournament live, or any other ATP tennis even, from your computer or mobile device, click on the banners on this page to sign up.
Posted: 3rd May 2010
The Serbia Open held in Belgrade is an ATP World Tour 250 level tournament, that runs May 3rd through the 9th, with a prize purse of 373,200 Euros and a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16. This is a clay court tournament and joins five other ATP 250 events in May as well as an ATP Masters 1000 and Roland Garros. If you want to watch the Serbia Open then get your membership at the links on this page and sign up for your membership for instant access to our member's area and high quality streaming video right from your computer.
2008 was the inception of the Serbia Open, and never before had a tournament been held in Serbia, so it was a risky proposition. That year, Novak Djokovic made his hometown proud with a win over Lukasz Kubot. The tournament was host to over 100,000 fans during the nine days that it was going on. This year, the top seed in this event is Djokovic, and the 22 year old has already done extremely well this year, reaching the quarter finals in Rome and the semi-finals in Monte-Carlo. He'll hope to win another title for his hometown of Belgrade.
Second seed is John Isner, who hasn't had much success on clay, winning only one match this year on a clay court. He'll be hoping to do better in his very first appearance in the Serbia Open. Third seed is American Sam Querrey, reaching his first final match in Houston last month. He'll be visiting Belgrade for the second time. Fourth and fifth seeds are Stanislas Wawrinka and Ivo Karlovic. You can watch the Serbia Open right from your computer in high quality streaming video by getting your membership at the banners on this page.
Posted: 4th May 2009
Serbia has the next leg of the ATP World Tour in Belgrade this week. All the action on the clay starts on Monday, May 4th and goes till the 11th. The singles draw is going to consist of 32 players with 16 on the doubles draw. The event is called the Serbia Open and its an APT 250 World Tour tournament. Players are warming up their swings for some of the best tennis that Serbia sees all year.
This is the first year for Belgrade, hosted at the SRPC Milan Gale Muskatirovic in Belgrade. The event is going to be played on outdoor clay and ATP Player Board Representative Ivan Ljubicic said, “We are delighted to welcome Belgrade onto the 2009 ATP World Tour. The team involved in this new event have shown great passion and ambition in their plans to bring the ATP World Tour to Serbia and we all look forward to a fantastic week of world class tennis in May."
The prize money totals over $450,000 Euros and players look forward to playing at the court in Belgrade. Serbia's top player is Novak Djokovic and he will be headlining in the Belgrade event, which fans will be watching closely as he represents his hometown. Djokovic said about the 2009 event, “"I am very excited that we are able to create an opportunity in Serbia to be a part of the ATP World Tour. My family, along with myself, is also very emotional about that. Tennis is a very popular sport in my country and we are happy that having a ATP World Tour 250 event from 2009 will help us show the world the beauty of my home town Belgrade and of Serbia."
With your membership you can watch the singles and doubles action, as players compete for the $450,000 Euros in prize money. Watch as it happens, as players line up to take on their opponents, trying out the clay court at Belgrade for the first time in the ATP World Tour. All involved are sure that this tournament will showcase some of the best tennis action in ATP World Tour history.
16th February 2009
Watch GEMAX Open tennis live online with your membership to www.watchlivetennis.org, your number one source on the net for streaming live tennis feeds. As a subscriber you will be able to watch tennis live streams featuring all the important tournaments such as the French Open, the US Open and Wimbledon live. The 2009 edition of the GEMAX Open live will feature some of the best Serbian tennis talent in addition to international challengers. GEMAX Open tennis live tv coverage will get underway this coming Monday, the 16th February 2009 at 10:00 GMT. Live tennis coverage continues through Friday and picks up on Sunday at 10:00 GMT.
The GEMAX Open is part of the ATP Challenger Series and is also known as the ATP Challenger Belgrade. It has been held every year since 2002, with the exception of 2007, at the Tennis Club GEMAX in Belgrade, Serbia. The tennis competition will be held from the 16th February through the 22nd with live tennis matches taking place on and indoor synthetic carpet. Among the players who have accepted invites to participate at the ATP Challenger Belgrade live are Andreas Beck of Germany, Viktor Troicki of Serbia, Sergiy Stakhovsky of the Ukraine and Olivier Rochus of Belgium. The 2008 edition of the tournament saw Roko Karanusic of Serbia defeat Philipp Petzschner of Germany in the final while the team of Flavio Cipolla of Italy and Konstantinos Economidis of Greece defeated Alessandro Motti of Italy and Filip Polasek of Slovakia for the doubles title.
The 2009 GEMAX Open live is a great window for the up and coming tennis stars of tomorrow to earn points for the ATP Tour. You will be able to watch the GEMAX Open ATP Challenger Belgrade live online in its entirety when you sign up for live tennis tv streaming at www.watchlivetennis.org.
Tags: ATP Tour, Belgrade, Pablo Andujar, Jarkko Nieminen, Lukasz Kubot, Novak Djokovic, Albert Montanes, John Isner, Ivo Karlovic, live tennis, ATP Challenger Belgrade, Viktor Troicki, Sergiy Stakhovsky
Posted: 30th April 2012
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