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The action on men's tour continues this week, with Switzerland now hosting one of the three 250 Series Tournaments. The city of Gstaad will be showcasing the Swiss Open in which three of the leading Spaniards - Fernando Verdasco, Feliciano Lopez and Albert Ramos-Vinolas will be playing.

 

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Lopez and Ramos-Vinolas have been given the top seeds, though their season has been an average one. With zero titles and an equal win-loss record, it is more than likely that the other rising stars may give them a run for their money. However, Verdasco doesn't need to worry about this, as the former world no. 7 just won the Bastad Open in Sweden. Gilles Simon will also be playing in the tournament, though he hasn't outperformed the above players by much. However, he has had a slightly better spell on clay surface this year which may come in handy here. Thomaz Bellucci is last of the four seeds to enjoy a direct entry into the second round.

 

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The Brazilian's tally is at a stunning 9-17, and he last played in Challenger series in Braunschweig, which he won. This tournament in many ways is certainly a good opportunity for the players to get some much needed traction before heading to the America.

 

Posted: 27th July 2015

 

The Swiss Open - which is currently sponsored by Credit Agricole, hence the name - is an outdoor clay court tournament held annually in Gstaad, Switzerland. The 2015 tournament will be the 48th edition of the tourney, with a total prize money of € 426,605. That amount makes the Swiss Open one of the more lucrative ATP 250 events on the tour.

 

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The reigning champion of the tournament is the Spaniard Pablo Andujar who has won his first Swiss Open (and third career ATP title) last July, defeating Juan Monaco in the final, 6-3, 7-5. If we take a look at the past winners, we can quickly see that the event is usually dominated by Spanish players. Not only the reigning champion himself is Spanish, but Spaniards emerged victorious as many as 13 times out of the last 25 events. Roy Emerson – who has won the tournament a record five times during the 60’s – is the record champion in Gstaad, and there were only two players who managed to come relatively close to those achievements during the open era.

 

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Those two players were Sergi Bruguera and Alex Corretja who both managed to win the event a grand total of three times. Andujar could theoretically get close to them this year, but won’t necessarily be easy. Nevertheless, he – along with top seed David Goffin and second Feliciano Lopez – will be one of the top favorites.

 

Posted: 21st July 2014

 

The 2014 Swiss Open is back yet again with its 47th edition, but instead of being called the Swiss Open, its called Credit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad as it is sponsored by Credit Agricole. It will be played between 21st and 28th of July.

 

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This event has been held annually since 1915 and between 1970 and 1989 it was an event of the Grand Prix tennis circuit. Now it is a part of the Association of Tennis Tour being held as an ATP World Tour 250 Series tournament. This event is primarily a men’s tournament, but there is also a WTA Swiss Open which takes place. The tournament will be held on the outdoor clay courts of the Roy Emerson Arena in the city of Gstaad in Switzerland. Switzerland is no amateur in the tennis world and has consistently produced players as well as hosted high quality tournaments, and we can be sure this will be one of those tournaments, both for the players as well as for the viewers, providing great action to tennis fans.

 

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The current defending champion in this tournament is Mikhail Youzhny of Russia who beat Robin Haas of the Netherlands to win the title last year. He is back again this year as the highest ranked player (19th).

 

Posted: 20th July 2013

 

Played amidst the most beautiful scenery of any Tennis Stadium, based in Switzerland this tournament will not be for the tennis lover but the nature lovers as well.

 

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But that’s not even the biggest news; the biggest news is that Roger Federer has been coming back to this tournament for the last time he won it in 2004. Being played in Gstaad, Switzerland starts on 22nd July, 2013 this tournament will feature some of the best players in Europe. Previous winners of this clay court tournament is Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil and who can forget Roger Federer in 2004. With him coming back this will be one of the biggest tournaments being played in the ATP Challenger Tour currently. With most of the players being in the top 50 tennis rankings this tournament will be a high level tournament with the likes of Stanislas Wawrinka and Juan Monaco.

 

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People who come to watch this will not only see a very good tennis tournament, but they will also get to witness the gorgeous mountains of the Swiss Mountains, the greens and a Tournament Village for people to hang out while the match is not going on. So, these sights will definitely be one of the best you’ve seen.

 

Posted: 16th July 2012

 

The ATP World Tour will play in Gstaad, Switzerland this week, for the Credit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad, a clay court event that is an ATP 250 level tournament. The singles draw for this tournament is 28 and the doubles draw is 16 and the purse is 358,425 Euros. It starts on the 16th of July. The tournament that joins the event in Gstaad is called the BB&T Atlanta Open, held in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. That event also starts on the 16th, but will be played on hard courts and has a purse of $477,900.

 

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This is one of the most exciting tournaments on the ATP World Calendar, located in the southwestern portion of Switzerland, home of tennis star Roger Federer. Federer received a cow in 2003 when he won his very first Wimbledon title. He lost the Gstaad tournament that year to Jiri Novak but won it the next year. The top seed for this tournament is David Ferrer, with Janko Tipsarevic coming in as number two. Feliciano Lopez is the third seed and Stanislas Wawrinka is fourth. Marcel Granollers is fifth, with Mikhail Youzhny, Julien Benneteau and Lukasz Kubot as the others in the top eight seeds.

 

Posted: 25th July 2011

 

The ATP World Tour will be holding a competition this week in Gstaad, Switzerland, which starts on July 25th and is an ATP 250 level tournament that is called the Credit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad and it features a clay court and a prize of 398,250 Euros with a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16. This tournament will be followed by the Farmer's Classic in Los Angeles, California starting on July 25th as well on hard courts. This tournament will happen from July 25th through the 31st and is one of the most scenic of all of the ATP World Tour backdrops.

 

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The top seed in this tournament is Stanislas Wawrinka, and Nicolas Almagro comes in as the second seed. The third and the fourth seeds for this tournament is going to be Mikhail Youzhny and Fernando Verdasco, with Guillermo Garcia-Lopez as the number five seed. Feliciano Lopez, Marcel Granolle and Pablo Andujar are the last three of the top eight seeds. All you have to do if you want to watch live coverage of this ATP World Tour match is to click on the links on this page and sign up. You'll also get access to other tennis tournaments all year long.

 

Posted: 25th July 2010

 

The ATP World Tour goes to Gstaad, Switzerland for the next event, the Allianz Suisse Open Gstaad which will be held starting on July 25th and will feature clay courts and a terrific draw for the ATP World Tour, along with a prize purse of € 398,250. The singles draw is 32 and the doubles draw is 16. This will be a great ATP 250 tournament and you can watch any of the ATP World Tour events by getting your membership at the banners on this page for access to high quality video right from your computer screen.

 

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The Allianz Suisse Open I Gstaad is a great tournament that will be located in the south west part of the country of Switzerland near France. Roger Federer is Swiss and he was honored in 2003 during a homecoming, with a cow, after winning at Wimbledon for the first time. The top seed for this event is top ten tennis player Fernando Verdasco, who will be looking for his third ATP World Tour title in 2010. He is here for the third time, making it as far as the quarterfinal match in 2006 when he lost to Kohlschreiber.

 

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The second seed is Mikhail Youzny, who will be here for the fifth time, and third is Nicolas Almagro, from Spain, and making his first appearance here. Thomaz Bellucci is the fourth seed and the fifth is Albert Montanes. Sixth and seventh seeds are Victor Hanescu and Jeremy Chardy. The eighth seed in the singles draw is Marco Chiudinelli. Click on the banners on this page if you want to watch this ATP World Tour event, right from your computer in high quality video. You'll get instant access to our member's area.

 

Posted: 27th July 2009

 

The ATP 250 Tour continues next week with the Allianz Suisse Open in Gstaad, starting on Monday, July 27th. This tournament is set in southwest Switzerland and fans there are very familiar with tennis, and especially Roger Federer, the hometown hero from Switzerland. The top seed for this tourney is Stanislas Wawrinka, who captured his first ATP title in Umag, another tournament playing this week.

 

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Last year, he was a boon for the Swiss, winning all four of his singles matches and putting Switzerland back into the Davis Cup World Group. His overall score on clay, the surface he will be playing on for this tournamet is 14-6, and he also has a record of 3-1 on grass and 19-14 on hard surfaces, making him a well rounded hard to beat player. The last time he made it to the finals in this tournament was in 2005. The second seed in singles is Phillipp Kohlschreiber from Germany who reached the semis at this tournament in 2006, and third is Igor Andreev, in the finals last year as well as in 2004. Victor Hanescu was the 2008 winner of this tournament and is the fourth seed this year while Jerermy Chardy is fifth. The Frenchman made it all the way to the quarters last year and will be looking for a better performance this time around.

 

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Nicolas Keifer from Germany has a record of six wins and four losses here and was in the quarters in both 1997 and 1998, but has failed to make it into anywhere this decade. Seventh seed is Feliciano Lopez from Spain, who was in the 2006 finals and has a record of 7-4 here in Gstaad. The last seed in the singles is Paul-Henrie Mathieu who reached the third round in the U.S Open in 2005, and was also at the third round at Roland Garros in 2006. Get your membership to watch the Allianz Suisse Open in Gstaad starting Monday, July 27th.

 


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