Challenger Scheveningen Live
The 2015 edition of the Sport 1 Open will be played in Scheveningen, Netherlands this week, with many promising players participating in the tournament.
The top seed has been bagged by the local favorite Robin Haase, who has had quite eventful last few weeks. He won the challenger event in Aix en Province, and then reached the semifinal in Topshelf Open. He also played in the Wimbledon, where he lost in the second round.
In the opposite half is his second seeded Spanish adversary Daniel Munoz De La Nava, who has had a rocky spell over the last month. He won the challenger event in Moscow, and was the runner-up in the next event in Blois, France. However, over his last couple of tournaments, he failed to move past the second round.
Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany is also going to compete in the competition, as the third seeded player. He has alternated between ATP and challenger circuits, and hasn’t had much luck in either. The tournament will also feature the Kazakh Aleksandr Nedovyesov, who reached the semifinal in challenger Prague a few weeks back.
Haase is certainly the favorite one here, owing to his momentum and the experience. He should be able to get the victory here.
Posted: 7th July 2014
The tournament is to be played on outdoor red clay courts and has a total purse of 42,500 Euros. The dates for the tournament are between 7th and 13th of July, 2014.
The current champion of this tournament is the host country’s Jesse Huta Galung, but he will not be coming back this year to defend his title.
The 2014 Sport 1 Open is a professional tennis tournament which is a part of the Association of Tennis Professionals’ Challenger Tour.
It was previously known as the Hague Open, and before that it was known as the Siemens Open. It has been held every year since 1993 in the city of Scheveningen in Netherlands.
There will be a total of 32 Singles matches held as well as a total of 16 doubles matches.
This year, in 22nd edition of the tournament comprises of all seeded players which are in the top 150. The lowest ranked seeded player is Brazil’s Joao Souza who is World No. 133 while the highest ranked player in the tournament is Robin Haase of Netherlands who is World No. 53.
Despite being overshadowed by the Wimbledon which has just taken place, the tournament will still be a way to look at fresh talent.
Posted: 8th July 2013
This year the ATP Challenger Tour in Scheveningen, the Netherlands is being held on the dates 8 – 14 July, 2013.
32 Singles and 16 Doubles teams will be playing against each other in the clay courts. With the Singles winner getting 6,100 Euros and the winning team of the Doubles getting 2,650 Euros.
This tournament has players from across the world and is currently in its Quarter Final round. In the singles Carballes Baena had to forfeit due to a fever and Brugues Davi suffered from an injury in the lower back so he had to forfeit as well.
This tournament is also called The Hagues Open and is being held annually since 1993, and this time in 2013 four of the five Dutch players has reached the second round including last year’s runner up Matwe Middelkoop.
So far the Dutch has been dominating the tournament along with the German players. De Jong, who had received a wildcard defended himself bravely but still bowed in three sets for the Brazilian Leonardo Kirche: 3-6 6-1 2-6.
With 4 days left in this tournament this is only going to get better and with the quarter finals being the next the stakes are getting higher and higher.
Posted: 9th July 2012
The ATP Challenger Tour will hold a tournament this week in Scheveningen, The Netherlands on clay courts for 42,500 Euros called the HealthCity Open 2012, held July 9th through the 15th. This tournamen tis one of four that are being played on the tour this week, all of them on clay, from the event at Bogota, Columbia that is worth $125,000 to the one in San Benedetto, Italy that will be played for 30,000 Euros. . There is also going to be an event that is played in Timisoara, Romania on clay courts as well, worth 30,000 Euros.
The winner of this tournament will get 6,150 Euros and 90 points, while the finalist gets 55 points and 3600 Euros. The semifinalists in Scheveningen get 2130 Euros and 33 points. The top seed for this event is Jerzy Janowicz, who is ranked 136th, followed by Teymuraz Gabashvili in second place with 147. The third seed is Augustin Gensse, ranked at 150th, and Inigo Cervantes is fourth. Martin Alund will be the fifth seed and Kenny De Schepper will be the sixth. Maximo Gonzalez is the number seven seed and Jan Mertl is the eighth.
Posted: 4th July 2011
The ATP Challenger Tour will hold several great matches this week. There is a big hard court match in Pozoblanco, Spain as well as two clay court tournaments in Oberstaufen, Germany and San Benedetto, Italy. Our featured tournament however happens in Scheveningen, The Netherlands and it is called The Hague Open, happening from July 4th through the 10th and played on Clay Courts for 42,500 Euros. This tournament is part of the ATP Challenger Tour, a series of tournaments for the tennis stars of tomorrow. Many of the greatest tennis players in the world have started on these courts.
Marsei Ilhan is the top seed for this tournament, ranked 105 in the world, immediately followed by the 106th and 107th ranked players Steve Darcis and Eric Prodon. The fourth seed is France's Marc Gicquel, with Stephane Robert as fifth seed and Teymuraz Gazashvili as the sixth. Seventh and eighth seeds for The Hague Open are Ivo Minar and Julian Reister. Get your membership right now and you could be watching live tennis online from anywhere in the world that you happen to be. Just click the banners to get started.
Posted: 5th July 2010
The Seimens Open will be held on the ATP Challenger Tour shits week in Scheveningen, the Netherlands, from July 5th through the 11th. This tournament is one of four Challenger Tournaments held this week and will be on red clay for a purse of 42,500 Euros. The other big tournament on the tour this week is in San Bernadetto, Italy. You can watch the Seimens Open by getting your membership at the links on this page for high quality video access from your computer from anywhere that you are in the world.
Let's take a look at the main singles draw for the Seimens Open, as the Challenger Tournament starts to heat up. Pablo Cuevas from Uruguay is the top seed for this event, going up against Wildcard Stephan Fransen in the first round while the second seed is Peter Luczac, who will be facing Simone Vagnozzi from Italy as part of the 32 singles making up the main draw. The third seed for the Seimens Open is Daniel Koellerer, who will be going up in the first round against Denis Gremelmayr who hails from Germany.
The fourth seed for this ATP Challenger Tour event is Oscar Hernandez, who is from Spain, and then the fifth is Tobias Kamke from Germany. The sixth Seimens Open seed is Steve Darcis and then we move onto seven and eight who are Yuri Schukin and Julio Silva from Brazil. The ATP Challenger Tour showcases the tennis stars of tomorrow on the ATP World Tour and you can watch it live right from your computer screen by clicking on the banners on this page. It's easy to sign up and you'll get an entire year of access.
Posted: 9th July 2009
Well, the men of the ATP World Tour have moved to Scheveningen, Holland this week for the tournament there, and as this European hosted event began there were 32, now down to eight that will play each other tomorrow. The tournament will be played on the red clay outdoor courts in Scheveningen, and will feature a prize purse of 64,000 Euros. They are playing the best of three sets, and the tournament dates are July 6th through the 12th. Your place to watch is right here on www.watchlivetennis.org with streaming tennis video feeds that are the highest quality offered on the web.
So, what happened on day one? Well, the 32 players involved got to find out who their opponent were, and attempt to move onto the next round. Sixteen players ended up there including Albert Montanes, Gero Kretschmer, Thiemo De Bakker, Daniel Koellerer, Steve Darcis, Jiri Vanek, Juan Chela Ignacio, Simon Greul, Kristof Vliegen, Stephan Fransen, Tomas Tenconi, Julien Benneteau, Daniel Gimeno-Traver, Pablo Cuevas, Rameez Junaid and Raemon Sluiter. Those players moved onto the quarterfinals today, which features eight from the tournaments prior, held on 8th and 9th.
So now we move to the quarters with just eight players left, which will be played tomorrow, matching up those who won the second round tournament. Albert Montanes and Daniel Koeller will play, as well as Steve Darcis and Juan Ignacio Chela. A third pairing will se Krisof Vliegen and Tomas Tenconi compete while the final pair of players competing for a spot in the semifinals are Pablo Cuevas and Raemon Sluiter. If you want to watch these men of the ATP battle it out for three more days, as well as watch any tennis tournament in the WTA or ATP, you can get your membership by clicking on the banners on this page. Don't miss the 2009 ATP Challenger in Scheveningen, Holland July 6th through the 12th.
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Posted: 20th July 2015
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