The ATP World Tour will go to Umag, Croatia this week to play the ATP Vegeta Croatia Open, a clay court tournament worth 358,425 and featuring a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16. The next tournament to be played on the ATP World Tour is an ATP 500 level event called the bet-at-home Open German Tennis Championships 2012, which starts on the 16th of July in Hamburg, Germany, and will be played on clay courts. After that, also starting the 16th, the BB&T Atlanta Open will be held in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States.
This tournament has been won by Carlos Moya, a previous champion at Roland Garros, four times, three of the wins consecutive from 2001 to 2003. Fernando Verdasco is the top seed for the ATP Vegeta Croatia Open, and he is followed by Marin Cilic. Alexandr Dolgopolov will take the spot of the number three seed and then the fourth is going to be Marcel Granollers. Carlos Berlocq is the number five seed and Juan Carlos Ferrero comes in as the sixth. The final two seeds of the top eight are Fabio Fognini and Martin Klizan.
Posted: 25th July 2011
The ATP World Tour holds two tournaments at the end of July, the first of which is the ATP Studenta Croatia Open, which happens in Umag, Croatia, starting on July 25th and running through the 31st, a clay court tournament that features a prize purse of 398,250 dollars and a singles draw of 28 with a doubles draw of 16. This is an ATP 250 level tournament and will be followed by the Bet-At-Home Cup Kitzbuhel, held in Austria starting July 31st. Croatia native Carlos Moya has won four titles in this tournament, three of them right in a row.
Juan Ignacio Chela is the top seed in this tournament with Alexandr Dolgopolov as the second. Marin Cilic is the third seed and Tommy Robredo will take over the fourth spot. Fabio Fognini is the fifth seed in the ATP Studenta Croatia Open and Ivan Ljubicic is sixth. Ivan Dodig and Juan Carlos Ferraro are the seventh and eighth seeds. Click on the links on this page and sign up for access to high quality video right from your computer or mobile device. You'll get access to live streaming tennis all year long including Grand Slam tournaments.
Posted: 26th July 2010
The ATP Tour heads to Umag, Croatia for their next event, which is The ATP Studena Croatia Open and is going to be held July 26th through August 1st, and is a ATP World Tour 250 event which will be played on clay courts for a prize purse of € 398,250. This tournament features a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16. Get your membership at the links on this page for access to our member's area and high quality video right from your computer. Click on the links for instant access and view of this tennis tournament.
Nikolay Davydenko is the number one seed in this tournament and last year his title was his second in a row, which was the first time that the world number five had ever won back to back titles. In last year's tournament he beat Juan Carlos Ferraro with a score of 6-3, 6-0. The number two seed is Ivan Ljubicic who is from Croatia and will be appearing in this particular tournament for his eleventh time, where his best finish was a semifinalist in 1999. The third seed for this event is Jurgen Melzer, who lost in the semis both times he has done this tournament.
The fourth seed is Juan Carlos Ferraro, who was runner up last year, losing to Davydenko and the fifth seed is Ivo Karlovic. The sixth is Philipp Petzschner with the seventh seed being Juan Ignacio Chela. Our eighth seed for this Croatia tournament is Lukasz Kubot. This is going to be a terrific showing and if you want to watch it live right from your computer there is only one thing to do. Click on the banners on this page to get your membership. You'll get instant access to high quality video right from your computer.
Posted: 27th July 2009
The ATP Studena Croatia Open comes to you from Umag, Croatia next week, and this tournament isn't just a high quality week of tennis, but also a great tourist attraction for the nation of Croatia, thanks to Carlos Moya, the Roland Garros Champ who won four titles between 2001 and 2003. This is an ATP 250 Tournament from Monday, July 27th to August 2nd and the singles draw is 32, the doubles draw 16. 450,000 Euros are on the line as these men prepare to take on difficult opponents on the clay courts and you can be there as the action happens, watching live, with your membership to www.watchlivetennis.org.
Top seed in this tournament is also the defending champion from last year, Spain's Fernando Verdasco, who reached the top twenty for the first time just last year, winning 47 matches that season. He seems to be advancing just a little bit every year, being number 26 in 2007 and then moving into the top twenty last year. Verdasco also helped his country win the Davis Cup title last year, as they defeated Argentina with a final of 3-1. One other highlight that makes Fernanco Verdasco worth watching: He was able to advance all the way to the fourth round in both Roland Garros and Wimbledon last year, no small feat for any tennis player.
Other seeds include number two Ivo Karlovic, who happens to be in his home nation for this tournament, Carlos Moya, Igor Andreev, Ivan Ljubick and Guillermo Canas. In the doubles it is Skoch and Zovko, Levinsky and Polasek and Mertinak and Pala taking the top three seed spots. If you want to watch this exciting leg of the ATP 250 World Tour then get your membership at the banners on this page. With your membership you'll be able to watch live as these players battle it out in Croatia next week, at the ATP Studena Croatia Open, July 27th to August 2nd.
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Posted: 9th July 2012
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