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ATP Gstaad 2018 Live Stream: J. Safra Sarasin Swiss Open tennis live from Gstaad

Live Tennis Staff in News 19 Jul 2018
  • Fabio Fognini returns to defend his title, while Roberto Bautista-Agut and Borna Coric are among the other star attractions at the 2018 J. Safra Sarasin Swiss Open.
  • J. Safra Sarasin Swiss Open Gstaad tennis is live from Gstaad from 23-29 July 2018
Fabio Fognini. (Photo by ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP/Getty Images)

Fabio Fognini returns to defend his title, while Roberto Bautista-Agut and Borna Coric are among the other star attractions at the 2018 J. Safra Sarasin Swiss Open, live from Gstaad, Switzerland between 23-29 July.


ATP Gstaad 2018 tournament schedule



Who is playing ATP Gstaad in 2018?

Defending champion, Fabio Fognini leads the field, as he seeks his second title of the season. Sao Paolo champion, Fognini has had a consistent campaign, which has included semi-finals in Sydney, Rio, and Geneva, a quarter final in Rome, and fourth-round runs at the Australian Open and Roland Garros to establish himself in the top 20.

Fognini faces still competition from Roberto Bautista-Agut, the super consistent Spaniard who already has titles in Auckland and Dubai this season. Former champion, Feliciano Lopez is also in the draw, looking to repeat his 2016 triumph, while two-time finalist, Robin Haase will attempt to finally get over the line in the Swiss city.

Croatian young gun, Borna Coric, who famously defeated Roger Federer in the Halle final, and has had a terrific season overall, will harbour genuine title ambitions, while fellow youngster, Andrey Rublev continues his comeback from back injury in Gstaad.


ATP Gstaad seeds


Check back here next week when ATP Gstaad seeds are announced.

About ATP Gstaad


One last week of clay-court tennis on the ATP World Tour is highlighted by the Swiss Open Gstaad as top men’s players return to the Swiss Alps.

Played amidst the spectacular, soaring surroundings of the Swiss Alps, the Swiss Open Gstaad is a 250-level ATP World Tour event held on red clay courts. One of three 250-level events held on outdoor European clay in late July, ATP Gstaad sees some of the ATP World Tour’s finest players return on a yearly basis, seizing the opportunity to shine on clay one last time for the season before the tennis tour moves on to the hard courts of the USA and Asia.

The history of the Swiss Open Gstaad dates back to 1915, when the first edition of the tournament was held on the tennis courts of the Hotel Gstaad Palace with Victor de Cousbach capturing the title. The oldest tennis tournament in Switzerland, ATP Gstaad has since moved to its current location in the centre of the resort village of Gstaad and continues to evolve, with a WTA Tour event held the week before. 

Among the all-time greats to have captured the Swiss Open Gstaad title are five-time winner Roy Emerson (1960-1, 1966-7, 1969), Rod Laver (1962), legendary Italian Davis Cup player Nicola Pietrangeli (1963), Ilie Nastase (1973), Guillermo Vilas (1974, 1978) and Stefan Edberg (1986). Spanish players established a period of dominance at the event in the 1990s, with Emilio Sanchez, Sergi Bruguera, Albert Costa, Felix Mantilla and Alex Correta winning all but two titles between 1991 and 2002 (Yevgeny Kafelnikov and Jiri Novak were the only players to interrupt the Spanish hegemony during this time). 

The modern era of the Swiss Open Gstaad began in 2004 when Roger Federer captured the title after finishing runner-up to Novak in 2003. Federer was gifted a cow in a special homecoming ceremony in Gstaad in 2003 after winning his first Wimbledon title, and made a long-awaited return to the tournament in 2013 when he was again gifted a cow. Swiss star Stan Wawrinka made the final in 2005.

In recent years the Swiss Open Gstaad has crowned an eclectic mix of champions, including Gaston Gaudio (2005), Richard Gasquet (2006), Thomaz Bellucci (2009 and 2012), Nicolas Almagro (2010), Mikhail Youzhny (2013) and Pablo Andujar (2014). In 2015, rising Austrian star Dominic Thiem won his third ATP World Tour clay-court title of the season in Gstaad when he defeated Belgium’s David Goffin in the final. Spanish veteran Feliciano Lopez won the fifth title of his career in Gstaad in 2016, conquering Robin Haase in straight sets in the final, while mercurial Italian, Fabio Fognini.

ATP Gstaad tournament information


Swiss Open Gstaad fast facts

ATP GstaadSwiss Open
Dates24-30 July, 2017
LocationGstaad, Switzerland
VenueRoy Emerson Arena
SurfaceClay
CategoryATP 250
First played1915
Draw size32
Prize money€482,060
Most titlesRoy Emerson (5)
Reigning singles championFeliciano Lopez
Reigning doubles championsHoracio Zeballos/Julia Peralta


Previous ATP Gstaad winners


Former ATP Gstaad champions

YearChampionRunner-up
1915Victor de CoubaschCharles Barde
1916Rene de Grenus-
1917A. Breaud-
1918Rene de Grenus-
1919Charles-Henry Martin-
1920Maurice Ferrier-
1921Marcus Wallenberg Jr.-
1922Guy Sautter-
1923Hector Fisher-
1924Gyorgy Dungyersky-
1925Leonardo Bonzi-
1926Gottfried Banfield-
1927Leonce Aslangul-
1928Hector Fisher-
1929Hector FisherHerman Artens
1930Erik Worm-
1931Hector Fisher-
1932-36Not heldNot held
1937Boris ManeffMax Elmer
1938-41Not heldNot held
1942Hans PfaffJost Spitzner
1943-45Not heldNot held
1946Vladimir CernikBohuslav P. Hyks
1947Marcelo del BelloMario Belardinelli
1948No semi-finals and finalNo semi-finals and final
1949Earl CochellJaroslav Drobny
1950Vladimir CernikSumant Misra
1951Russell SeymourSyd Levy
1952Herbert FlamIrvin Dorfman
1953No semi-finals and finalNo semi-finals and final
1954Lew HoadNeale Fraser
1955Arthur LarsenEnrique Morea
1956Jaroslav DrobnyNeale Fraser
1957Budge PattyJaroslav Drobny
1958Ashley CooperNeale Fraser
1959Luis AyalaJan-Erik Lundquist
1960Roy EmersonMike Davies
1961Roy EmersonLuis Ayala
1962Rod LaverNeale Fraser
1963Nicola PetrangeliRoy Emerson
1964Thomaz KochRonald Barnes
1965Patricio RodriguezThomaz Kock
1966Roy EmersonManuel Santana
1967Roy EmersonManuel Santana
1968Cliff DrysdaleTom Okker
1969Roy EmersonTom Okker
1970Tony RocheTom Okker
1971John NewcombeTom Okker
1972Andres GimenoAdriano Panatta
1973Ilie NastaseRoy Emerson
1974Guillermo VilasManuel Orantes
1975Ken RosewallKarl Meiler
1976Raul RamirezAdriano Panatta
1977Jeff BorowiakJean-Francois Caujolle
1978Guillermo VilasJose Luis Clerc
1979Ulrich PinnerPeter McNamara
1980Heinz GunthardtKim Warwick
1981Wojtek FibakYannick Noah
1982Jose Luis ClercGuillermo Vilas
1983Sandy MayerTomas Smid
1984Joakim NystromBrian Teacher
1985Joakim NystromAndreas Maurer
1986Stefan EdbergRoland Stadler
1987Emilio SanchezRonald Agenor
1988Darren CahillJakob Hlasek
1989Carl-Uwe SteebMagnus Gustafsson
1990Martin JaiteSergi Bruguera
1991Emilio SanchezSergi Bruguera
1992Sergi BrugueraFrancisco Clavet
1993Sergi BrugueraKarel Novacek
1994Sergi BrugueraGuy Forget
1995Yevgeny KafelnikovJakob Hlasek
1996Albert CostaFelix Mantilla
1997Felix MantillaJoan Albert Viloca
1998Alex CorretjaBoris Becker
1999Albert CostaNicolas Lapentti
2000Alex CorretjaMariano Puerta
2001Jiri NovakJuan Carlos Ferrero
2002Alex CorretjaGaston Gaudio
2003Jiri NovakRoger Federer
2004Roger FedererIgor Andreev
2005Gaston GaudioStan Wawrinka
2006Richard GasquetFeliciano Lopez
2007Paul Henri-MathieuAndreas Seppi
2008Victor HanescuIgor Andreev
2009Thomas BellucciAndreas Beck
2010Nicolas AlmagroRichard Gasquet
2011Marcel GranollersFernando Verdasco
2012Thomaz BellucciJanko Tipsarevic
2013Mikhail YouzhnyRobin Haase
2014Pablo AndujarJuan Monaco
2015Dominic ThiemDavid Goffin
2016Feliciano LopezRobin Haase
2017Fabio FogniniYannick Hanfmann
2018Matteo BerrettiniRoberto Bautista-Agut


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