This week on the ATP World Tour, the series heads to Stuttgart, Germany to play the Mercedes Cup, which starts on the 9th of July. This will be a clay court tournament, worth 358,425 Euros with a singles draw of 16 and a doubles draw of 32. There are four tournaments that actually start on the 9th of July. One of them is in Newport, in the United States, the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships, and another will be in Bastad, Sweden. The ATP Ve3gneta Croatia Open Umag happens in Umag, Croatia on the 9th as well.
The Mercedes Cup is a great tournament, because of the prize that goes along with the title. Last year, Juan Carlos Ferrero from Spain drove off in a brand new Mercedes thanks to his winning the tournament. It has been an Argentine or Spaniard who won the tournament the last eight out of nine times. The top seed is Janko Tipsarevic, with Juan Monaco as number two. Bernard Tomic is the third seed, and Pablo Andujar is the fourth. The other four seeds of the top eight are Robin Haase, Nikolay Davydenko, Lukasz Kubot and Tommy Haas.
Posted: 12th July 2011
This week on the ATP Tour the Mercedes Cup will be held in Stuttgart, Germany, a clay court tournament that is worth 398,250 Euros and is played on clay with a singles draw of 32 and a doubles draw of 16. The tournament will be followed by the SkiStar Swedish Open, held in Bastad, Sweden also on clay courts with a doubles draw of 16 and a singles draw of 28, starting on July 17th. The Mercedes Cup is July 11th through the 17th and this tournament offers more than just the prize money and prestige. The winner will drive off in a brand new white Mercedes-Benz E 350.
The top seeds for this tournament include Gael Monfils in the number one spot, as well as Jurgen Meltzer in second and Mikhail Youzhny in third. Fourth and fifth seeds are Gilles Simon and Florian Mayer with Nikolay Davydenko in sixth, Andreas Seppi in seventh and Guillermo Garcia Lopez as the number eight seed for the Mercedes Cup. You can watch all of the ATP Tennis that you can handle when you sign up for your membership. All you have to do is click to get started and you'll be watching live streaming tennis in no time at all.
Posted: 12th July 2010
The ATP World Tour goes to Stuttgart, Germany for a tournament known as the Mercedes Cup. This tournament will feature a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16 and will be held July 12th through the 18th. This is a clay court tournament and is an ATP World Tour 250 level event. The ATP World Tour continues and you can watch it live right from your computer in high quality video. All you have to do to get started is to get your membership at the banners located on this page, and you'll get access to streaming video of the event.
The Stuttgart tournament is special because the players are not only competing for the prize money, the ATP ranking points and the prestige of winning, but also a brand new Mercedes. Last year, Juan Martin del Potro from Argentina walked...er..drove away with a brand new Mercedes-Benz SLK 350. Juan Martin isn't the first Argentine to win this tournament. Players from Argentina and Spain have historically won this event, including Rafael Nadal in 2005 and 2006, and combined they have won the past six titles.
The number one seed for this tournament is Nikolay Davydenko, who is number five in the world and just coming back from an injury. Second seed is Gael Monfils making his third appearance in Stuttgart. The third seed for this event is Juan Carlos Ferrero and fourth is Jurgen Melzer. The rest of the top eight include Gilles Simon, Albert Montanes, Philipp Kohlschreiber and Victor Hanescu. Get your membership at any of the links on this page and you can be watching in high quality video right from your computer screen.
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Posted: 9th July 2012
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