Moselle Open in Metz, France, will be played this week and let us take a look at some of the players participating in the tournament.
The top seed has been bagged by the young Austrian Dominic Thiem, who is now at 52-17 and four titles. Having broken through to the top 10, he is hungry for more as he looks to continue his great form here. He last played in the US Open, where he made it to the fourth round. Lucas Pouille is yet another youngster who will be highlighting the event. The world no. 18 has had a rocky year so far, but his run to the quarterfinal at the Flushing Meadows certainly makes him a dangerous and unpredictable player. David Goffin of Belgium too will be playing in the tournament, who has now dropped to 36-17 after exiting early in the last few tournaments. He will be keen to break the jinx here and it will be intriguing to see how it works out. Gilles Simon is yet another player to go through a rough spell, given his tally of 22-20.
This particular week is undoubtedly going to be filled with some world class tennis, as the players look to add a title to their collection towards the end of the season. Make sure you don't miss it.
Posted: 21st September 2015
This year s Moselle Open is the 18th edition in tournament history of this indoor hard court tournament which is held annually in Metz, France.
The reigning champion is the Belgian David Goffin who won’t be able to defend his title because he just finished his successful Davis Cup semifinal campaign, helping the Belgians into the final where they will face Andy Murray and the Brits. This year’s Moselle Open will have a rather substantial, more than $450,000 total prize money. Although Goffin won’t compete this year, the organizers managed to lure in some elite talent. There will be two top 10 players competing for the title, world number four Stan Wawrinka and world number 10 Gilles Simon. Simon is a two-time Moselle champion after going all the way in 2010 and 2013.
These two will be the overwhelming favorites to reach the final, but the main draw will have another two-time champion, the 30-year-old Jo Wilfried Tsonga who won back-to-back titles in 2011 and 2012 before losing the 2013 final against his compatriot.
Posted: 15th September 2014
The Moselle Open 2014 is the most appreciated tennis event going to be played on the indoor hard courts of France. It is held at Parc des Expositions de Metz Metropole, France and going to be started from 15th of the month and will be played till 21st of the September.
This year tournament is the 17th edition of the tournament going to be played under the umbrella of ATP World Tour. Moselle Open 2014 purses huge prize money of 485,760 Euros for the winning champion. In the year 2013, Moselle Open was named by France’s player Gilles Simon and the double was crowned to Johan Brunstrom and Raven Klaasen. Last year champion, Gilles Simon is taking part this year again and is completely determined to maintain his championship for the second time. This year too, top tennis players across the globe are taking part to win the championship and make a history. Some of the famous names of the players participating this year include Stan Wawrinka, Gael Monfils, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Philipp Kohlschreiber, Lukas Rosol, João Sousa and Jérémy Chardy.
Tickets are available online and the hot lines are open 24*7. Just grab your ticket as they are selling like cakes.
Posted: 16th September 2013
Metz, France is to lighten up with the exciting sport of Tennis as ATP World Tour 250 marches into the country for yet another championship, scheduled from September 16th to September 22nd, 2013.
The tournament is to be played on hard surface courts built indoors. Currently, the championship is being advertised under the name Moselle Open. This year, the titan Tsonga returns yet again, this time aiming to take the trophy home for the third time in a row. He will also face Andreas Seppi who finished runner up last year. Other players include Philipp Kohlschreiber, the runner up of 2009, Chardy, Granollers, Mahut and Paire. Among these, Querrey sets out to make his debut on the Moselle Open. The total prize bank is 467,800 Pounds, out of which the winner will receive a massive 410,200 Pounds. ATP Metz, France is open to tourists throughout the year. With the ventures of ATP Tour, the city is reported to generate revenue of gigantic sizes.
The official website of the Tour does not simply update the live scores and news regarding the Tournament, but it also provides guidelines of historical places in the area. Tickets are available online via hotline numbers running 24/7.
Posted: 19th September 2011
Following the Davis Cup semifinals and playoffs is the ATP Metz, otherwise known as the Moselle Open, held in Metz, France, and starting on September 19th. This indoor hard court tournament is worth 398,000 Euros, with a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16. This is an ATP 250 level tournament, and will be joined by another tournament on the ATP Calendar called the BRD Nastase Tiriac Trophy, which happens in Bucharest, Romania starting the 19th as well, a clay court tournament played for 371,200 Euros.
The top seed for the Moselle Open is Richard Gasquet and Jo Wilfried Tsonga will play as the second seed. Alexandr Dolgopolov is the third and fourth is Milos Raonic. Michael Llodra takes the spot of the fifth seed and the last three seeds in the top eight for this tournament include Ivan Ljubicic, Guillermo Garcia-Lopez and eighth seed Marcos Baghdatis. Sign up at the links and get your membership. You'll be able to watch live tennis online from your computer or mobile. You'll be able to watch live streaming coverage of this tournament and tennis online all season.
Posted: 24th September 2010
Another tournament this week for the ATP World Tour, this time an ATP 250 level tournament in Metz, France that is known as the Open de Moselle, a tournament that happens September 20th through the 26th, and featuring a prize purse of € 398,250 and held indoors on hard courts, with a singles draw of twenty eight and a doubles draw of sixteen. You can watch tennis streams online from your computer by clicking on the banners on this page for access to high quality video from your computer, and tennis action all year.
The ATP Metz features a city that has earned a reputation as very eco-friendly and is known as the green city. This tournament began in 2003, and was won by France native Arnaud Clement in it very first year. The top seed for the Open de Moselle is Jo-Wilfriend Tsonga, and the second is Ivan Ljubicic. Third seed is Gael Monfils, who won last year after four years of not being able to grab a title. He is just the third French man since the tournament started seven years old, the others Arnaud Clement and Jerome Haehnel in 2004.
The fourth seed is Marcos Baghdatis and Julien Benneteau is the fifth. Sixth seed is Michael Llodra and the seventh is Philipp Kohlschreiber, who made it past the second round for the first time in 2008, making it all the way to the final before losing to Roger Federer. Another Frenchman is the eighth seed, Richard Gasquet who was the runner up in the 2004 series. Get your membership at the links on this page if you want to watch tennis stream all year around. Click on the banners to get started watching high quality video of tennis.
Posted: 21st September 2009
The Open de Moselle is an Association of Tennis Professionals 250 tournament that is scheduled to start on September 21st. The tournament is played indoors on hard courts and is worth a total of 450,000 Euros to these up and coming tennis pros, who are hoping to move to more prestigious tournaments the following year. Twenty eight singles will be drawn and sixteen doubles for this tournament and you can watch this tournament live in high quality streaming video right here with your membership. Just click on the banners on this page to get started.
The tournament will take place in Metz, France with is known as the Green City and is widely known for its architecture. The first tournament was in 2003 and it was won by Arnaud Clement from France. In 2004, another Frenchman won the tournament as well, Jerome Haehnel. Last year, Dmitry Tursunov won the singles tournament and Arnaud Clement and Michael Llodra won the doubles. The previous year it was Tommy Robredo who won the singles final but Clement and Llodra won the doubles once again. Other singles champions besides Clement and Haelinel were Ivan Ljubicic and Novak Djokovic.
Number 13 ranked Frenchman Gael Monfils will be playing in this tournament as well as German player Philipp Kohlschreiber. We also have Tommy Robredo on the schedule and Paul-Henri Mathieu, Jeremy Chardy, another Frenchman and ranked 33, and Richard Gasquet, Andreas Beck and Fabrice Santoro playing. Click on the banners on this page to get your membership and you can watch this tournament live. You'll get access to high quality streaming video directly from the courts. Don't miss the Open de Moselle in Metz, France starting on Monday, September 21st.
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Posted: 19th September 2016
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