German Open Tennis Tournament

  • German Open Tennis Tournament

    Every year in summer, the international tennis community looks towards Hamburg Rotherbaum with its century-old tournament tradition.

  • German Open Tennis Tournament

    Every year in summer, the international tennis community looks towards Hamburg Rotherbaum with its century-old tournament tradition.

  • German Open Tennis Tournament

    Every year in summer, the international tennis community looks towards Hamburg Rotherbaum with its century-old tournament tradition.

  • German Open Tennis Tournament

    Every year in summer, the international tennis community looks towards Hamburg Rotherbaum with its century-old tournament tradition.

  • German Open Tennis Tournament

    Every year in summer, the international tennis community looks towards Hamburg Rotherbaum with its century-old tournament tradition.

  • German Open Tennis Tournament

    Every year in summer, the international tennis community looks towards Hamburg Rotherbaum with its century-old tournament tradition.

German Open Tennis Tournament

From 22 ─ 30 July 2017 many of the world's elite tennis players will meet once again for the German Open in Hamburg Rotherbaum. Located by the Outer Alster lake, the highly-prestigious tournament looks back at 111 years of tradition. In 2016, a total of 60,000 spectators came and witnessed the hard-fought matches in Germany's largest tennis stadium. 

In the not-so-distant past, players like Roger Federer and Raphael Nadal were just some international stars that have competed for the coveted ATP points. Among this year's most prominent names are clay court specialists Pablo Carreno Busta, Albert Ramos-Vinolas and Pablo Cuevas as well as Spanish veterans and former Top-Ten players Fernando Verdasco and David Ferrer. 

The locals will keep an eye open for German prospects Florian Mayer, Philipp Kohlschreiber and Jan-Lennard Struff.    
Combine your trip to Hamburg with watching some world-class sports in July 2017! 

This year, Hamburg will also bid its son, former World No.2 Tommy Haas, farewell on his final season as a Tennis professional. It will be an emotional return to the arena where in 1997 he launched into a stellar career with a surprise semi-final appearance.

Preceding the tournament week German Legends Tommy Haas and Michael Stich battle out the Manhagen Classics on July 23rd.

Address:

Hallerstraße 89, 20149 Hamburg

0049 40 23 880 4444

Getting there:

Subway U1 or bus route M15 to Hallerstraße 

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