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Open 13 Provence Tennis 2018 live stream | How to watch and bet on ATP Marseille tennis live

  • Open 13 Provence tennis is live from Marseille from 19-25 February 2018
  • David Goffin and Stan Wawrinka headline the field while Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will attempt to defend his title
Stan Wawrinka. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

David Goffin and Stan Wawrinka headline the field while Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will attempt to defend his title at the Open 13 Provence in 2018: ATP tennis live from Marseille, 19-25 February.

Open 13 Provence Tournament Schedule

Date - TimeEvent Name Location
19 Feb 2018 11:00R1Palais de Sports
20 Feb 2018 13:00R1Palais de Sports
21 Feb 2018 11:00R1 and R2Palais de Sports
22 Feb 2018 11:00R2Palais de Sports
23 Feb 2018 13:00QFPalais de Sports
24 Feb 2018 14:00SFPalais de Sports
25 Feb 2018 14:00FinalPalais de Sports

Who is playing ATP Marseille 2018?

David Goffin and Stan Wawrinka headline the Marseille field, while Jo-Wilfried Tsonga seeks consecutive titles at the tournament when main draw action begins on Monday, 19 February. Goffin is coming off an excellent season, during which he picked up titles in Shenzhen and Tokyo- his first titles since 2014- and recorded arguably his best career results at the Nitto ATP Finals, beating Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on his way to a runner-up finish. Goffin was also strong around this time last season, contesting back-to-back finals in Sofia and Rotterdam, and he undoubtedly goes in as one of the favourites to claim the title. The Belgian was a quarter finalist in his last appearance in 2016.

After missing the second half of last year due to a knee injury, Wawrinka continues his comeback in Marseille, where he will make a fourth appearance. Despite the gloom of the final six months of last year, the Swiss had actually compiled a decent first half, highlighted by finals at Roland Garros and Indian Wells, a semi-final in Melbourne and a title in Geneva- all of that while struggling with a knee problem. The knee finally caved in at Wimbledon, where he suffered a first round defeat to Daniil Medvedev. He did not play again in 2017. Will the returning Swiss be too strong for all comers in Marseille?

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga puts his title, and an excellent Marseille record on the line when he steps out for the 2018 edition. The Frenchman is a three-time champion at the event, while he also contested the final in 2014. Tsonga was excellent under the roof in 2017, claiming indoor titles in Marseille, Rotterdam and Antwerp, but it was his no show at the major tournaments that contributed to his fall off the top ten, having risen as high as No. 7 in the world following consecutive titles in Marseille and Rotterdam. The former Australian Open finalist is of course coming off Davis Cup success with France, and will be keen to maintain that momentum in the early parts of 2018. Can the Frenchman rekindle his Marseille magic and produce another title winning run at the Open 13 Provence?

Adding to the French challenge is last season's beaten finalist, Lucas Pouille, who was an able accomplice to Tsonga in the aforementioned Davis Cup triumph- he scored the decisive point with a lopsided win over Steve Darcis- and he will be keen to emulate Davis Cup champions of recent past who followed up success in the team competition with career-best seasons. Overall, Pouille was OK last season- he picked up three titles and maintained his year-end top-20 status, but there is always that feeling that the talented Frenchman could have done more, particularly at the Grand Slams where he had made a couple of quarter finals in the previous season. Is this the year when Pouille really comes of age as a top player- a title in Marseille wouldn't hurt that quest!

Next Gen ATP star, Denis Shapovalov will also be keen to convert the flashes of brilliance he showed last season into more consistent results, and a good showing in a strong Marseille field in the early parts of the season will be a good start.

More players will be confirmed as the tournament draws closer, hence, check back here regularly for updates on the big names set to compete at the Open 13 Provence in Marseille.

ATP Marseille 2018 Seeds

Check back here in February for the seeded players at the Open 13 Provence

About ATP Marseille

One of the most popular events of the spring European indoors swing, the Open 13 Provence always welcomes strong fields and 2018 is no exception. Home hope, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga returns to defend his title, but he faces stiff competition from a draw packed with talent, including David Goffin, Stan Wawrinka and Next Gen ATP star, Denis Shapovalov.

February is a transitional month in the tennis season, as players settle into the grind of the year after the highs and lows of January in Australia and begin to prepare for the major upcoming events on US hard courts – the Masters 1000 Series events of Indian Wells and Miami in March. Some players opt for the Golden Swing of clay-court tournaments in South America, others choose to sit out most if not all of the month, but the bulk of the top 30 are generally to be found at the indoor hard-court tournaments of Europe – a well-established mini-swing incorporating 250 events in Montpellier and Sofia, the 500-level ABN AMRO WTT in Rotterdam and ending at the Open 13 Provence.

First played in 1993, the Open 13 Provence was the brainchild of ex-pro and Marseille native Jean-Francois Caujolle, who remains tournament director to this day, with the number ‘13’ referring to the designation given to the Marseille area in the French national indexing system. Played at the Palais des Sports in Marseille, which features a 5,800-seat centre court, the event offers 250 ranking points to the champion and 150 to the runner-up, with €645,485 on offer during the week.

The Open 13 Provence event has proved extremely popular over the years, routinely attracting multiple top-20 players. European players have traditionally flourished at the event, starting with Switzerland’s Marc Rosset’s back-to-back titles in 1993-4 – Rosset would win the Open 13 once more in 2000, becoming the first player to triumph in Marseille three times, although he was later joined by Sweden’s Thomas Enqvist (1997-8, 2003). 

Rosset’s opponent in that 2000 Marseille final was a certain Roger Federer, who would go on to win the title in 2003. Other luminaries to capture the Open 13 Provence title include Boris Becker (1995), Yevgeny Kafelnikov (2001), Andy Murray (2008), Robin Soderling (2011) and Juan Martin del Potro (2012). 

No fewer than six French players have taken the title in Marseille, beginning with Guy Forget - who would go on to captain the French Davis Cup team and serve as tournament director at the French Open – in 1996. Forget was followed by Fabrice Santoro in 1999, Arnaud Clement in 2006 and Gilles Simon took the first of his two titles in 2007. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has three titles in Marseille (2009, 2013, 2017)  and Michael Llodra (2010) rounds out the roll-call of homegrown favourites to lift the trophy at the Open 13 Provence.

In between Simon's second title in 2015 and Tsonga's third triumph in 2017, there was a significant success for controversial Australian, Nick Kyrgios, who stormed through the draw without dropping a set to claim the first ATP World Tour title of his career, defeating 2014 US Open champion Marin Cilic.

Amongst other illustrious past champions are Roger Federer (2003), Andy Murray (2008) and Boris Becker (1995).

Will Marseille crown another familiar champion in 2018, or will we have a surprise winner, Shapovalov perhaps, at the Open 13 Provence?

ATP Marseille Tournament Information

ATP Marseille Tournament Information

ATP Marseille
Dates19-25 February
VenuePalais des Sports
LocationMarseille, France
First Played1993
CategoryATP 250 Series
SurfaceHard (Indoors)
Prize Money€645,485
Draw Size32 Singles/ 16 Doubles
Reigning Singles' ChampionJo-Wilfried Tsonga
Reigning Doubles' ChampionsJulien Benneteau/ Nicolas Mahut

ATP Marseille Past Champions

ATP Marseille Previous Winners

2017Jo-Wilfried TsongaLucas Pouille
2016Nick KyrgiosMarin Cilic
2015Gilles SimonGael Monfils
2014Ernests GulbisJo-Wilfried Tsonga
2013Jo-Wilfried TsongaTomas Berdych
2012Juan Martin del PotroMichael Llodra
2011Robin SoderlingMarin Cilic
2010Michael LlodraJulien Benneteau
2009Jo-Wilfried TsongaMichael Llodra
2008Andy MurrayMario Ancic
2007Gilles SimonMarcos Baghdatis
2006Arnaud ClementMario Ancic
2005Joachim JohanssonIvan Ljubicic
2004Dominic HrbatyRobin Soderling
2003Roger FedererJonas Bjorkman
2002Thomas EnqvistNicolas Escude
2001Yevgeny KafelnikovSebastien Grosjean
2000Marc RossetRoger Federer
1999Fabrice SantoroArnaud Clement
1998Thomas EnqvistYevgeny Kafelnikov
1997Thomas EnqvistMarcelo Rios
1996Guy ForgetCedric Pioline
1995Boris BeckerDaniel Vacek
1994Marc RossetArnaud Boetsch
1993Marc RossetJan Siemerink

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