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ATP Kitzbuhel

The 2020 Generali Open takes place in Kitzbuhel, Austria from 8-13 September. Watch and bet on ATP Kitzbuhel tennis and get Generali Open live stream access with livetennis.com.

ATP Kitzbuhel Live Streaming

Generali Open ATP tennis will be live from Kitzbuhel, Austria from 8-13 September 2020 with play starting around 11am local/10am BST. Bookmaker bet365 are offering customers the opportunity to watch a live stream of the matches alongside in-play betting.

Watch and bet on ATP Kitzbuhel tennis live at bet365 > live streaming > tennis (geo-restrictions apply; funded account required or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to qualify)

How to watch & bet on ATP Kitzbuhel live streams with bet365

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3. Select Live Streaming

4. Select ‘Tennis’ from the ‘All Sports’ dropdown menu

5. Enjoy a live stream & in-play betting for ATP Generali Open tennis, live from Kitzbuhel, Austria from 8-13 September 2020

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ATP Kitzbuhel Tournament Schedule

Generali Open 2020

Date – Time Event Name Location
Monday 7 September 10.00 BST Qualifying matches Tennis Stadium Kitzbuhel, Kitzbuhel, Austria
Tuesday 8 September 10.00 BST R1 matches Tennis Stadium Kitzbuhel, Kitzbuhel, Austria
Wednesday 9 September 10.00 BST R1 matches Tennis Stadium Kitzbuhel, Kitzbuhel, Austria
Thursday 10 September 10.00 BST R2 matches Tennis Stadium Kitzbuhel, Kitzbuhel, Austria
Friday 11 September 10:00 BST QFs Tennis Stadium Kitzbuhel, Kitzbuhel, Austria
Saturday 12 September 10.00 BST SFs  Tennis Stadium Kitzbuhel, Kitzbuhel, Austria
Sunday 13 August 10.00 BST Final Tennis Stadium Kitzbuhel, Kitzbuhel, Austria

All singles and doubles matches are available to stream live via bet365 for customers with funded accounts.

ATP Kitzbuhel Order of Play

Check back here from Monday 7 September for the daily order of play from the Generali Open.

ATP Kitzbuhel Seeds

Check back here from Monday 7 September for a full list of seeded players at the 2020 Generali Open.

When is ATP Kitzbuhel 2020?

The 2020 Generali Open will be played from 8-13 September.

Qualifying matches will be played on 6-7 September with the first main-draw matches on Tuesday 8 September. The finals take place on Sunday 13 September.

The Generali Open 2020 will be the first ATP Tour event to be played in Europe since mid-February.

ATP Kitzbuhel Players 2020

The Generali Open has mustered an extraordinarily strong entry list for 2020, with defending champion and world no. 3 Dominic Thiem joined by fellow top-10 players Alexander Zverev and Matteo Berrettini as well as clay-court champions like Fabio Fognini and Diego Schwartzman.

Because of the uncertainty around the upcoming US swing, however, it will probably be the case that many of the players on the entry list will not actually compete in Kitzbuhel because they will still be in the USA – the Generali Open in 2020 takes place during the second week of the US Open.

Here are some of the top players who are currently entered for the Kitzbuhel Open in 2020 – we’ll keep updating this list as information becomes available.

Dominic Thiem

There’s no question who the star attraction will be in Kitzbuhel. Not only is Thiem the world no. 3 and the hot favourite to be the next new men’s Grand Slam champion in singles after runner-up finishes at the French Open and Australian Open in 2018-20, Thiem became Austria’s first homegrown Generali Open champion since Thomas Muster in 1993 when he claimed the title in 2019.

Thiem also starred in an elite exhibition event called ‘Thiem’s 7’ at the Tennis Stadium Kitzbuhel during the lockdown.

Alexander Zverev

World no. 7 Zverev has won five of his 11 career titles on clay including the Madrid Masters and will be looking for his first match wins in Kitzbuhel, having lost his opening match to Diego Schwartzman on his only previous appearance.

Matteo Berrettini

Italy’s Berrettini shot up the rankings in 2018-19 as he won three titles (two on clay), reached the semifinals of the US Open last September and succeeded in qualifying for the Nitto ATP Finals.

Sidelined by injury early in 2020, the world no. 8 will be looking to come back strong as he makes his second appearance in Kitzbuhel, having reached the quarterfinals of the Generali Open in 2018.

Fabio Fognini

Eight of Fognini’s nine ATP career titles have come on clay, including his Masters 1000 Series victory in Monte Carlo in 2019. The world no. 11 will be making his fifth appearance in Kitzbuhel, having had his best result in 2017 when he lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber in the semifinals.

Roberto Bautista Agut

Spain’s underrated Bautista Agut was 9-3 in 2020 before the shutdown and played a crucial role in his country’s victory in the Davis Cup Finals at the end of 2019.

The majority of Bautista Agut’s nine ATP Tour career titles have come on clay but he is a danger on all surfaces as he demonstrated when he made the Wimbledon semifinals last year. He will be making his Generali Open debut in 2020.

Diego Schwartzman

Affectionately nicknamed ‘Peque’ for his relatively diminutive stature, 27-year-old Schwartzman is a three-time Grand Slam quarterfinalist and has ranked as high as world no. 11. Two of his three ATP Tour titles have come on clay. He will be returning to the Generali Open for the first time since 2015 – and will be aiming to win back-to-back matches there for the first time.

Kitzbuhel Open Tournament Information

ATP Kitzbuhel Generali Open
Dates 8-13 September 2020
Location Kitzbuhel, Austria
Venue Tennis Stadium Kitzbuhel
Surface Outdoor clay courts (red)
Category ATP 250
Draw size 28 singles/16 doubles
First played 1894
Most titles (Open Era) Guillermo Vilas (4)
Prize money €586,140
Reigning champions Singles: Dominic Thiem

Doubles: Philipp Oswald/Filip Polasek

About the Kitzbuhel Open

The tournament currently known as the Generali Open has had many names over the years, which is not surprising for a tournament which can trace its history back to 1894.

Throughout the years it has continually been played in the medieval town of Kitzbuhel among the Tyrolese Alps, with the backdrop of the mountains making it one of the most picturesque spots conceivable for a tennis tournament.

Often informally referred to as the Austrian Open even during spells when that is not its official name, the tournament was known as the Austrian International Championships from 1894-1969. It has been a part of the ATP Tour since the creation of the ATP Tour, although it was downgraded to Challenger status for one year in 2010. Since 2011, it has been an ATP 250 tournament.

The Generali Open is currently played in late July, taking place in the return to European clay after the grass-court season. Its position in the calendar between Wimbledon and the US Open Series has not prevented it from attracting top players, with Juan Martin del Potro, David Goffin, Philipp Kohlschreiber and Dominic Thiem among its champions in recent years. Thiem, a runner-up to Goffin in 2014, became Kitzbuhel’s first home-grown champion since Thomas Muster (1993) when he claimed the title in 2019, defeating Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the final.

Kitzbuhel is a 250-level event featuring a 28-player singles draw and offering €586,140 in prize money in 2019, as well as 250 ranking points for the champion.

ATP Kitzbuhel Open Ranking Points

Here is a breakdown of the ranking points awarded by the ATP Tour for reaching various rounds at a 250 event like the Generali Open.

 

Round Points
Champion 250
Final 150
Semifinal 90
Quarterfinal 45
R16 20
R32 5

 

ATP Kitzbuhel Champions

Here is a complete list of singles champions at the Generali Open since it became an ATP 250 tournament in 2009.

Former Palermo champions

Year Champion Runner-up
2009 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez Julien Benneteau
2010 Andreas Seppi Victor Crivoi
2011 Robin Haase Albert Montanes
2012 Robin Haase (2) Philipp Kohlschreiber
2013 Marcel Granollers Juan Monaco
2014 David Goffin Dominic Thiem
2015 Philipp Kohlschreiber Paul-Henri Mathieu
2016 Paolo Lorenzi Nikoloz Basilashvili
2017 Philipp Kohlschreiber (2) Joao Sousa
2018 Martin Klizan Denis Istomin
2019 Dominic Thiem Albert Ramos-Vinolas

 

Generali Open tennis is live from Kitzbuhel, Austria from 8-13 September, with play starting around 11am local/10am BST. Bookmaker bet365 are offering customers the opportunity to watch a live stream of the matches alongside in-play betting.

Watch and bet on ATP tennis live at bet365 > live streaming > tennis (geo-restrictions apply; funded account required or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to qualify)

How to watch & bet on ATP tennis

1. Visit the bet365 website

2. Sign into your account or register for a new one

3. Select Live Streaming

4. Select ‘Tennis’ from the ‘All Sports’ drop down menu

5. Enjoy a live stream & in-play betting for Generali Open tennis, live from Kitzbuhel, Austria from 8-13 September 2020

PLEASE NOTE: You must have a funded account or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours in order to watch tennis; geo-restrictions apply.