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German Open at Rothenbaum

The 109th edition of the traditional clay court tournament was a great success. During nine tournament days, a total of 71,500 spectators found their way to the site at “Hallerstraße”. A sold out stadium witnessed an exciting final between clay court specialist and odds-on favourite Rafael Nadal and former Rothenbaum champion of 2013 Fabio Fognini. Nadal could live up to his expectations by winning 7:5, 7:5. It was not only the third championship for the Spanish native in 2015 but also the second championship in the hanseatic city following 2008.

In 2016, the German Open at the Hamburger Rothenbaum will take place from July 9th until July 17th. In the 110th edition, among others we are glad to welcome emerging German talent Alexander Zverev who surprisingly reached the semi-finals at Hamburg two years ago and was announced “ATP Star of Tomorrow” in 2015. On July 10th, tournament director Michael Stich will be inviting a former world-class player once again, against whom he will play a match on Center Court at the Lombardium Classics.

Starting now, you can secure your tickets for 2016 by calling our ticket hotline at +49 4023880 4444, by going online and/or by visiting identified ticket agencies.

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Henri Leconte was not only one of the best tennis players in the world, furthermore, he was a character. Someone who was having fun on the court and sharing it with the audience. Tennis fans can witness him in action in summer at the “Hamburger Rothenbaum” and be sure that he is still the same fun person as he was in the past. At the Lombardium Classics on July 10th at 6pm Leconte will play against Michael Stich. The legends match is the very first highlight of the German Open from July 9th to July 17th.



Clay Court King, Nadal, triumphes at Hamburg Rothenbaum


“What an awesome match!” After 2 hours and 34 minutes, Tournament Director, Michael Stich had wrapped up what it all boiled down to. For, what Rafael Nadal and Fabio Fognini celebrated on the “Centre Court of the World” today was amazingly high-quality. In the end, the score read 7-5,7-5 for the Spanish super star, who was given standing ovations and the La Ola (Mexican) wave by the crowd.Also...

Two smooth semi-final rides


Yesterday, the spectators were only to enjoy 2 hrs and 43 minutes of tennis thanks to Rafael Nadal and Fabio Fognini thoroughly swirling up the clay at the bet-at-home Open at Hamburg Rothenbaum.

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Six sets for a Halleluja


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Favourites do not show any weakness


It was a long day. A very long day. It was already 9 p.m. when Simone Bolelli finally cheered about making it to the quarters. And, before him, Rafael Nadal also took his time before he could clench his fist.In the duel of lefties, Rafael Nadal encountered the young Czech player, Jiri Vesely. The beginning of the match was rather curios since both players had quite some difficulties on their own...

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