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

Germany‘s most important tennis tournament with 109 years of tennis tradition, will take place from July 25th to August 2nd at Hamburg Rothenbaum. Last year around 60,000 visitors witnessed a strong German performance, with local player Alexander Zverev being the stunning highlight of the tournament. At the end of nine tournament days, Leonardo Mayer won his first title on the ATP World Tour – a milestone of his career.

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Qualifier Delbonis causes sensation


What a surprise: the top-favourite, Roger Federer, was defeated in the semi-finals of the bet-at-home Open. The qualifier, Federico Delbonis, beat the Swiss 7-6(7), 7-6(4). The Argentine seemed very serene on the Centre Court which was sold out and in particular won the longer rallies against his opponent. Anybody who had speculated that Delbonis might be tired after his six previous matches was...

“Crime Scene” Rothenbaum: Federer wins thriller against Mayer


What a battle – against the backdrop of the floodlights of Centre Court at Hamburg Rothenbaum, Roger Federer and Florian Mayer didn’t make each other any gifts. With the crowd cheering frenetically, both players fought almost two hours before the former Number One converted his first match point to win the quarter final match of the bet-at-home Open 7-6(4), 3-6, 7:5. “The atmosphere was great....

Federer and Haas up the tempo


This time, the crowd favourites made short work. Tommy Haas and Roger Federer both won their matches in straight sets and thus grabbed a place in the quarter finals of the bet-at-home Open 2013.

Prior to his match against Jan Hajek, Roger Federer had said: “A close match usually helps me. Afterwards, I usually come back even stronger,” which was exactly what happened in today’s match against...

Federer & Haas challenged in their first-round matches


It was a picture book setting: a glorious blue sky covered the tennis stadium at Hamburg Rothenbaum, a sold-out Centre Court and a display of world class tennis, especially by Roger Federer and Tommy Haas. However, it took the two top-seeded players of the bet-at-home 2013 three sets to solve their first tournament task.

Roger Federer's return to Hamburg Rothenbaum’s Centre Court turned into a...

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