German Tennis Championships
at Hamburg Rothenbaum

Welcome to the German Open

In 2018, it’s once again “game, set and match” at Hamburg’s Rothenbaum. International tennis stars will take part
in the Hanseatic City’s traditional clay court tournament from 21st to 29th July to fight for the coveted 500 ATP points.

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Mayer beats Mayer – “Leo” reigns at Hamburg Rothenbaum!

What a crazy story: last Sunday, the Argentinean Leonardo Mayer was perceived as being on his departure form Hamburg after he lost the quali final against the 16-year old Rudi Molleker. And now, exactly one week later, after his 6-4, 4-6 and 6-4 victory, “Leo” held up the German Open trophy 2017. The final between … Continued

That’s it! First German semi-final since 1992

It was kind of symbolic: shortly after Philipp Kohlschreiber threw his arms up in the air, he tapped his head with his racket twice. Why? Because his quarter-final victory against the Argentinean Nicolas Kicker was a mere mental issue. It took the German two and a half hours to close the match. Kohlschreiber’s use of … Continued

Kohlschreiber not outfaced, Struff didn’t use his chances

The dream of a German tournament winner lives on! Thanks to a good performance, Philipp Kohlschreiber followed Florian Mayer into the quarter finals of the German Open 2017. While Kohlschreiber won his rubber against Gilles Simon in three sets, Jan-Lennard Struff blew his big chance. The 5000 spectators on the “Centre Court of the World” … Continued

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