On the ATP Tour this week, a tournament in Zagreb, Croatia that is called the PBZ Zagreb Indoors, which starts on the 4th of February. This event will be played indoors on hard courts for a purse of 410,200 and has a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16. The sister tournament which is also an ATP 250 level event is the Open Sud de France, in Montpellier. It is identical to this tournament in every way, including prize money and draws. There is also the VTR Open that has the same specs as these, but is played on clay.
The most recent tournament on the ATP Tour was the first Grand Slam event of the year, the Australian Open, which started on 14th of January in Melbourne, Australia. The winner of the men's singles in that competition was Novak Djokovic, and it is no surprise to anyone that the winner of the doubles tournament was none other than Bob and Mike Bryan. The top seed in this tournament is Marin Cilic, and then Andreas Seppi is the second seed. Mikhail Youzhny, Jurgen Melzer, Martin Klizan and Marcos Baghdatis are among the other top eight seeds.
Posted: 30th January 2012
The ATP World Tour is holding the PBZ Zagreb Indoors starting the 30th of January. This ATP 250 Level event happens in Zagreb, Croatia, and is played indoors on hard courts for 450,00 Euros. The singles draw is 32 and the doubles draw is 16. There are two sister tournaments being played at the sam time as this, all starting on the 30th of January. One of them is the Open Sud de France, in Montpellier, and indoors hard court tournament, and the other one is the VIR Open, in Vina del Mar, Chile and played on clay.
Croatians seem to have an easy time winning this tournament. Ivan Ljubicic won the very first event to be held, in 2006. He was also the runner up in 2007 and 2008. Marin Cilic won the tournament in 2009 and in 2010 and then last year, it was Ivan Dodig. The top seed this year is Marin Cilic, with Ivan Ljubicic as second, Mikhail Y ouzhny in third and Marcos Baghdatis is the fourth seed. Sign up at the banners and you will be able to watch live tennis online, with high quality streams available right on your computer or mobile device.
Posted: 31st January 2011
The professional tennis season has just started and right after the first Grand Slam of 2011, the Australian Open at Melbourne Park will start a series of three tennis events that all happen on the 31st. The SA Tennis Open happens in Johannesburg, South Africa and the Movistar Open takes place on clay in Santiago, Chile. Also this week, the ATP Zagreb Live. Click on the links on this page to get your membership for tennis live from your computer in high quality video from anywhere in the world. You'll get instant access to these events and more.
The ATP Zagreb, also known officially as the PBZ Zagreb indoors is a professional tennis tournament taking place for the guys on the ATP World Tour and is a ATP 250 level tournament. This event takes place in Zagreb, Croatia and will happen from January 31st to February 6th for a total prize purse of €398,250 with a singles draw of 28 and a doubles draw of 16. This tournament will be followed by the first one in February on the Tour calendar, the SAP Open which happens in San Jose, California in the United States starting February 7th.
We have a great group of players participating in the PBZ Zagreb Indoors, and this tournament features the top seed as Marin Cilic. Ivan Ljubicic takes the spot as second seed, and then we have number three, Ricard Gasquet. Fourth seed is Guillermo Garcia-Lopez with Florian Mayer as the fifth. Sixth seed if Marcel Granollers and the seventh and eighth are Benjamin Becker and Ivo Karlovic. Click on the links on this page to watch the tournament in streaming video right from your computer. You can have access to tennis live all year.
Posted: 1st February 2010
The PBZ Zagreb Indoors is an ATP tournament that takes place on February 2nd, 2010, through the 7th of February. This tournament features a singles draw of thirty two and a doubles draw of sixteen and the prize purse is 398,250 Euros. It takes place on indoor hard courts in Zagreb, Croatia as we begin professional tennis for 2010. You can get your membership at the banners on this page if you want to watch this tournament live. Simply click on the banners to begin watching this event in high quality streaming video right from your computer.
The Association of Tennis Professionals Tour just began and Zagreb will be the first stop in Europe for these players. Croatia is certainly proud of its tennis players as Ivan Ljubicic took the very first trophy home for the PBZ Zagreb Indoors and more have followed such as Mario Ancic and Marin Cilic who battled each other for the title last year and Ljubicic was runner up in 2007 and in 2008. He's the second seed in the tournament this year and it should be a great game, and what looks like – from the seeds – another possible Croatian victory.
The top seed is Marin Cilic who won that battle last year and is now defending his title. He defended another one of his titles just recently with the Aircel Chennai Open earlier this year. The third seed in the tournament is Jurgen Melzer who was out the first round in last year's tournament and will be looking to better his run. The rest of the seeds are Viktor Troicki, Janko Tipsarevic, Benjamin Becker, Ivo Karlovic and Evgeny Karolev. Get your membership to see who takes home the 2010 title as the PBZ Zagreb Indoors Live starts on February 2nd.
Posted: 2th February 2009
Watch the PBZ Zagreb Indoors live online via live streaming tennis here at www.watchlivetennis.org with membership from just €9.95 a year. The 2009 PBZ Zagreb is part of the ATP 250 series under the new ATP structure for 2009 and will be held in the dom sportova in Zagreb, Croatia on hard courts from February 2nd 2009 through to February 9th 2009. The winners of this year’s tournament receive 250 ATP Ranking points and a €450,000 cash prize.
Last years tournament shocked audiences when 'lucky loser' Sergiy Stakhovsky stunned local favourite and top seed for the tournament Ivan Ljubicic 7-5 6-4 to take the title. The 22-year-old Ukrainian was ranked 209th in the ATP rankings before the tournament and became just the fifth ever 'lucky loser' to win an ATP title. A 'lucky loser' is a player who is knocked out of the tournament in the final qualification round, only to enter the main draw after another has withdrawn, usually because of illness or injury.
Stakhovsky is outside of the main draw for this years tournament after the original cut off has been set at 80th place in the ATP rankings, with the Ukrainian at 92nd. Fellow finalist from last year Ivan Ljubicic is yet again one of the firm favourites for the tournament after reaching the final for the past three years. The Croatian crashed out of the Australian open at the hands of world number five Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the second round, but
will look to use the backing of the home crowd to reach yet another final in Zagreb.
Russian Igor Andreev comes into the tournament as the highest ranked player and after reaching two tournament finals last year is another good bet for Zagreb title. Other favourites for the title include Croatians Marin Cilic and Ivo Karlovic who also sit in the top 30 ATP rankings so far this year. Cilic had the best performance out of the Croatian representatives this year, reaching the fourth round where he lost out to world number eight Juan Martin Del Potro.
Last years doubles winners Paul Hanley and Jordan Kerr to defend their title, the Australian duo saw off fierce competition in the form of Christoper Kas and Rogier Wassen 6-3, 3-6, 10-8 in last years final, with Kas and Wassen also making a return to Zagreb.
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Posted: 4th February 2013
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