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The 2020 Hamburg European Open takes place in Hamburg, Germany from 21-27 September. Watch and bet on ATP Hamburg tennis and get European Open live stream access with livetennis.com.

ATP Hamburg Live Streaming

European Open ATP tennis will be live from Hamburg, Germany from 21-27 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 Hamburg 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)

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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 European Open tennis, live from Hamburg, Germany from 21-27 September 2020

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ATP Hamburg Tournament Schedule

Hamburg European Open 2020

Date – Time Event Name Location
Monday 21 September 9.30 BST R1 Rothenbaum Tennis Centre, Hamburg, Germany
Tuesday 22 September 9.30 BST R1 matches Rothenbaum Tennis Centre, Hamburg, Germany
Wednesday 23 September 9.30 BST R2 matches Rothenbaum Tennis Centre, Hamburg, Germany
Thursday 24 September 9.30 BST R2 matches Rothenbaum Tennis Centre, Hamburg, Germany
Friday 25 September 10:30 BST QFs Rothenbaum Tennis Centre, Hamburg, Germany
Saturday 26 September 12.30 BST SFs Rothenbaum Tennis Centre, Hamburg, Germany
Sunday 27 September 11.00 BST Final Rothenbaum Tennis Centre, Hamburg, Germany

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

ATP Hamburg Seeds

Seed Player ATP Tour Ranking
1 Daniil Medvedev 5
2 Stefanos Tsitsipas 6
3 Gael Monfils 9
4 Roberto Bautista Agut 10
5 Andrey Rublev 12
6 Fabio Fognini 13
7 Diego Schwartzman 15
8 Karen Khachanov 16

 

When is ATP Hamburg 2020?

The 2020 Hamburg European Open will be played from 21-27 September.

Qualifying matches will be played on 19-20 September with the first main-draw matches on Monday 21 September. The finals take place on Sunday 27 September.

The Hamburg European Open 2020 will be the first ATP Tour 500 event to be played since February.

ATP Hamburg Players 2020

Four of the world’s top 10 ATP Tour players highlight the field at the Hamburg European Open, with all eight seeds ranked inside the top 20.

The unusually strong field is accounted for by the exceptional circumstances of 2020, which have seen the 500 in Hamburg rescheduled from its usual post-Wimbledon July slot to form an integral part of the compressed European clay-court season, now taking place in September-October.

With only two weeks between the US Open and the French Open in 2020, the Hamburg European Open offers the last opportunity for ATP Tour players – particularly those who were unable to play or did not perform well at the Rome Masters – to tune up their games ahead of Roland Garros.

Daniil Medvedev

Top seed Medvedev sat out the Rome Masters, understandably, after a deep run at the US Open where he made the semifinals before falling to eventual champion Dominic Thiem.

The junkballing Russian, currently ranked world no. 5, is yet to win an ATP Tour clay-court title, but he is no slouch on the dirt, having made the Barcelona Open final in 2019.

Stefanos Tsitsipas

Runner-up at the Barcelona Open and Madrid Masters, world no. 6 Tsitsipas is a hot hand on clay, but he comes into Hamburg looking for form ahead of the French Open.

The ATP Finals champion is 18-8 in 2020 and reached the semifinals of the ‘Cincinnati’ Masters on his return after shutdown, but let six match points slip by in an agonising defeat to Borna Coric at the US Open and seemed to be suffering from the after-effects when he lost early to Jannik Sinner in Rome.

Gael Monfils

Beloved by tennis audiences around the world for his electrifying shotmaking and feats of athleticism, Monfils has made the quarterfinals or better four times at the French Open and is 16-4 in 2020, having won back-to-back titles in Montpellier and Rotterdam in the spring.

Monfils has only played one match since the ATP Tour resumed, losing to qualifier Dominik Koepfer in Rome, and will be hoping to get some matches in ahead of his home Slam.

Roberto Bautista Agut

New father Bautista Agut returns to competition after a very brief paternity leave. The underrated Spaniard was 9-3 in 2020 before the shutdown and has gone 5-2 since competition resumed, making the semifinals in ‘Cincinnati’ and going down to Vasek Popsisil in the third round in New York.

Bautista Agut has won two of his ten ATP Tour career titles on clay and will be playing Hamburg for the first time in five years.

Fabio Fognini

Italy’s mercurial Fognini comes into Hamburg looking for his first win since the Australian Open, having gone 0-2 in Kitzbuhel and Hamburg when he returned to competition after the shutdown.

Fognini won his maiden Masters 1000 Series title on clay in 2019 at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters and has eight career ATP clay titles – including having won Hamburg in 2013. He also finished runner-up to Rafael Nadla in Hamburg and 2015.

Andrey Rublev

Rising Russian Rublev won back-to-back titles on hard courts in January and then made the quarterfinals of the US Open.

Defeated in Rome by Hubert Hurkacz, Rublev is looking for a return to clay-court form in Hamburg – in 2019, he defeated Dominic Thiem, Cristian Garin, Casper Ruud and Pablo Carreno Busta to reach the final before falling to Nikoloz Basilashvili.

Hamburg European Open Tournament Information

ATP Hamburg Hamburg European Open
Dates 21-27 September 2020
Location Hamburg, Germany
Venue Rothenbaum Tennis Center
Surface Outdoor clay courts (red)
Category ATP 500
Draw size 32 singles/16 doubles
First played 1892
Most titles (Open Era) Roger Federer (4)
Prize money €1,062,520
Reigning champions Singles: Nikoloz Basilashvili

Doubles: Oliver Marach/Jurgen Melzer

About the Hamburg European Open

A tournament with a rich history, the Hamburg European Open was first played in 1892. For the first five years of its history, it was only open to German players; in 2020, it is an ATP Tour 500-level tournament which features eight top-20 players, four of them ranked inside the top 10, in its field.

For most of the modern era, the Hamburg Open was played before the French Open in May and was a popular and prestigious tournament. In 2009, Hamburg was downgraded from Masters 1000 Series status to 500 status and is now played in July, the last 500 tournament of the season on clay. As such it attracts many players who prefer to play on clay rather than hard courts.

Matches at the Hamburg European Open were best-of-five sets until 2007 and are now best-of-three.

The Hamburg Open has counted many of the ATP Tour’s greatest players among its champions in the Open Era, including Ivan Lendl, Stefan Edberg and Gustavo Kuerten. Roger Federer won the title four times between 2002-7, making him the most successful player in Hamburg in the Open Era; he and Rafael Nadal faced off in the final in 2007, with Nadal avenging his defeat in a rematch in 2008 to claim his first Hamburg title.

Nadal would return to claim the title in Hamburg again in 2013 when he beat Fabio Fognini in the final. In recent years, both Leonardo Mayer and Nikoloz Basilashvili have won multiple Hamburg titles.

In 2020, the Hamburg European Open has been rescheduled to 21-27 September and now directly precedes the French Open.

ATP Hamburg Open Ranking Points

Here is a breakdown of the ranking points awarded by the ATP Tour for reaching various rounds at a 500 event like the Hamburg European Open.

 

Round Points
Champion 500
Final 300
Semifinal 180
Quarterfinal 90
R16 45
R32 20

 

ATP Kitzbuhel Champions

Here is a complete list of singles champions at the Hamburg European Open since it became an ATP 500 tournament in 2009.

Former Palermo champions

Year Champion Runner-up
2009 Nikolay Davydenko Paul-Henri Mathieu
2010 Andrey Golubev Jurgen Melzer
2011 Gilles Simon Nicolas Almagro
2012 Juan Monaco Tommy Haas
2013 Fabio Fognini Federico Delbonis
2014 Leonardo Mayer David Ferrer
2015 Rafael Nadal Fabio Fognini
2016 Martin Klizan Pablo Cuevas
2017 Leonardo Mayer Florian Mayer
2018 Nikoloz Basilashvili Leonardo Mayer
2019 Nikoloz Basilashvili Andrey Rublev

 

Hamburg Open tennis is live from Hamburg, Germany from 21-27 September, with play starting around 10am local/9am 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 Hamburg European Open tennis, live from Hamburg, Germany from 21-27 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.