bet-at-home Open 2015

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bet-at-home Open 2015 – 25. July - 2. August 2015

Germany‘s most important tennis tournament goes into its 109th year from 25 July to 2 August 2015 when Hamburg Rothenbaum will again become the Center Court of the world. Last year a total crowd of some 70,000 attended the nine-day tournament and witnessed a strong German performance, with local player Alexander Zverev proving a stunning highlight. The championship finally went to Argentina’s Leonardo Mayer, who won his first title on the ATP World Tour – a milestone of his career.

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A Final Day Full of Surprises


The winner of the bet-at-home Open 2014 went to his knees after the match point, threw his hands into the air – and cried tears of happiness: Leonardo Mayer!It is the Argentinian’s very first ATP Tour title. In his eleventh career year. Consequently, the joy was huge. After the ceremony, Mayer directly hurried towards his box and popped the cork. He surely knows how to celebrate, however, needs...

“Clay Court Monsters,“ Ferrer and Mayer, Blow German Dreams


It could have been so nice but the dream of a German winner at the bet-at-home Open 2014 didn’t come true. On Sunday, 15:00 o’clock, the two clay court specialists, David Ferrer from Spain and the Argentinian, Leonardo Mayer, will compete for the title of the most important German tennis tournament. Ferrer put an end to Alexander Zverev’s triumphal march by winning in straight sets (6-0, 6-1),...

The Fairy Tale of the Valiant “Sascha“


It is the first time since Bernd Karbacher and Michael Stich in 1993 that two Germans have made it to the semi-finals at the Rothenbaum tournament. Philipp Kohlschreiber had been one of the favourites to win the tournament right from the beginning of the bet-at-home Open 2014. However, with Alexander Zverev, a new tennis star was born this week.Once upon a time begins many a fairy tale. And...

Hamburg Celebrates Sascha, Tobi and Kohli


The sun smiled down on Hamburg – and on Alexander “Sascha” Zverev, Tobias Kamke and Philipp Kohlschreiber! The two local heroes played their way into the quarters at Hamburg Rothenbaum by beating Santiago Giraldo and Alexandr Dolgopolov! Also Philipp Kohlschreiber reached the quarters in Hamburg for the second time in his career.Hamburg, Rothenbaum, “Centre Court of the world”, Thursday, 14:17...

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