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ATP Budapest 2018 Live Stream: How to watch and bet on the Gazprom Hungarian Open live online

Andrew Hendrie in ATP Tour 23 Apr 2018
  • The 2018 Gazprom Hungarian Open is live from Budapest from 23-29 April
  • Lucas Pouille, Richard Gasquet and Denis Shapovalov are among the big names competing
Lucas Pouille (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

Lucas Pouille leads the field while Richard Gasquet and Denis Shapovalov are among the other star attractions at the Gazprom Hungarian Open from 23-29 April, 2018.



ATP Budapest tournament schedule


Who is playing ATP Budapest in 2018?

Frenchman, Lucas Pouille returns to defend his title, while last year's beaten finalist, Aljaz Bedeneattempts to go one better at this week's Gazprom Hungarian Open in Budapest. Pouille won the inaugural edition last year, beating Bedene to claim his second career title. He went on to win two more trophies in 2017. The 24-year-old made a decent start to 2018, winning in Montpellier and reaching finals in Marseille and Dubai, but he has failed to win a match in his last two tournaments at Indian Wells and Monte Carlo. Can he get back on track in Budapest?

Bedene, who has already made a clay-court final in Buenos Aires, comes in as the fifth seed.

Pouille's compatriot, Richard Gasquet brings some good clay-court form into Budapest, having made the semi-finals in Marrakech and a brilliant quarter final in Monte Carlo, and he certainly looks good for another deep run in a relatively light Budapest field. Gasquet had opened the year in good form, reaching the third round at the Australian Open, and making the final in Montpellier, but his progress was curtailed by a knee injury and general loss of form, as he lost four consecutive matches before his Marrakech resurgence.

Another veteran who brings decent form into Budapest is Italian, Andreas Seppi, having made the round of 16 in Monte Carlo after coming through the qualifiers, while at the other end of the age spectrum is Denis Shapovalov, who is still looking to find his feet on clay.

Other notable players in the draw include second-seeded Bosnian, Damir Dzumhur, who comes in on a four-match losing streak, big-hitting German, Jan-Lennard Struff, and home player, Marton Fucsovics, who made the fourth round of the Australian Open earlier in the year.



ATP Budapest 2018 seeds

ATP Budapest Seeds

SeedPlayerNationalityRank
1Lucas PouilleFrance11
2Damir DzumhurBosnia31
3Richard Gasquet France34
4Denis ShapovalovCanada45
5Aljaz BedeneSlovenia58
6Marton FucsovicsHungary59
7Jan-Lennard StruffGermany61
8Andreas SeppiItaly62



About the Hungarian Open


Replacing the Romanian Open in Bucharest on the ATP World Tour calendar for 2017, the Gazprom Hungarian Open offers the opportunity for players to fine-tune their clay court games before the two big Masters 1000 events in Madrid and Rome, and of course the culmination of the European clay court season, the French Open at Roland Garros.

Played alongside the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell (a prestigious ATP 500 tournament), the Hungarian Open has attracted a solid fields, especially when you consider top players are either resting after Monte Carlo and before Madrid, or also have the opportunity to play for more prize money and ranking points in Barcelona.

The tournament is Hungary's first on the ATP World Tour event, and should help boost tennis in the region, who’s highest ranked player is Marton Fucsovics.

“Hungary has never before staged an ATP World Tour event and this has been the major goal for years now. Being able to host an ATP World Tour event from next year is a great responsibility, but as well a great opportunity. We are very much looking forward to welcoming players and spectators in April 2017,” said Attila Richter, General Secretary of the Hungarian Tennis Association.

Played in Budapest, the picturesque capital of Hungary and widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, 32 singles players and 16 doubles pairings will compete for the first ever Gazprom Hungarian Open title, played at the National Training Centre in Mikoviny, Budapest.

2018 ATP Budapest tournament information


Hungarian Open fast facts

ATP Budapest
Dates24-30, April 2017
LocationBudapest, Hungary
VenueNational Training Centre, Mikoviny, Budapest
SurfaceClay
CategoryATP 250
First played2017
Draw size32
Prize money€482,060


ATP Budapest Past Champions


ATP Budapest Past Champions

YearWinnerRunner-up
2017Lucas PouilleAljaz Bedene




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