Hamburg European Open 2019 in TV and live stream + results: Zverev missed at home tournament in Hamburg final
The tennis-Elite does not begrudge itself a break: A few days after the gripping final at Wimbledon 2019, the cracks are now in Hamburg at the Rothenbaum in the square. From Saturday, 20.07.2019, to Sunday, 28.07.2019, there will be a first class tennis tournament in the Hanseatic City at the Hamburg European Open. This year, the tradition-steeped tournament in the ATP World Tour is already in its 113th. edition.
Tennis at the Hamburg European Open 2019 in TV and live stream
Tennis fans, who do not want to miss the spectacle at the European Open 2019 in Hamburg, do not have to travel to the Rothenbaum to enjoy the games in real time. The games at the Hamburg European Open 2019 are also on television and Live Stream transfer. However, the tennis enjoyment is not completely free: The transfer rights for the individual game days, the pay-TV has Sky Sports secured. From Monday (22/07/2019) to Sunday (28/07/2019), the Sky cameras will then be in real time on the gameplay at the European Open 2019, when the Austrian spin-off Sky Sport Austria transfers the games. Sky customers who have booked the Sky Sport package can look at Sky Sport Austria comfortably without having to purchase an additional subscription. Also online there is the Tennis European Open 2019 from Hamburg for Sky customers - the online offer Sky Go makes it possible. Incidentally, the finale of the Hamburg European Open 2019 is also available in free TV, if the NDR on 28.07.2019 live broadcast from the Rothenbaum in Hamburg. All dates can be found in the table below.
Hamburg German Open 2019: Timetable and games at a glance
When is which tennis match at the Hamburg European Open 2019? The answer can be found in our tournament overview.
|date||beginning||round||TV broadcast / live stream|
|Saturday, 20.07.2019||from 11.30 clock||Qualification 1st round|
|Saturday, 20.07.2019||from 13.00 clock||Draw single-main field|
|Sunday, 21.07.2019||from 12.00 clock||Qualification final round|
|Sunday, 21.07.2019||from 17.00 clock||Mixed doubles with Alexander ZverevMisha Zverev, Iva Majoli, Barbara Schett-Eagle|
|Monday, 22.07.2019||from 11.30 clock||Main field 1st round||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Monday, 22.07.2019||not before 18.00||evening game||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Tuesday, 23.07.2019||from 11.30 clock||Main field 1st round||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Tuesday, 23.07.2019||not before 18.30||evening game||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Wednesday, 24.07.2019||from 11.30 clock||Eighth finals + 1st round||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Wednesday, 24.07.2019||not before 18.30||evening game||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Thursday, 25.07.2019||from 11.30 clock||second round||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Thursday, 25.07.2019||not before 18.30||evening game||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Friday, 26.07.2019||from 11.30 clock||quarterfinals||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Friday, 26.07.2019||not before 18.30||evening game||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Saturday, 27.07.2019||from 13.30 clock||semifinal||Sky Sport Austria 1 HD|
|Saturday, 27.07.2019||from 15.30 clock||semifinal||Sky Sport Austria 4 HD|
|Sunday, 28.07.2019||from 12.00 clock||Final single||
Sky Sport Austria 1 HD
|Sunday, 28.07.2019||in connection||Final double||
Sky Sport Austria 1 HD
European Open 2019: Schedule + Results for Saturday, 27/07/2019, and Sunday, 28/07/2019
|Saturday, 27.07.2019 - 13.30 clock||semifinal||Nikolos Bassilashvili - Alexander Zverev|
|Saturday, 27.07.2019 - 15.00||semifinal||Andrey Rublev - Pablo Carreno Busta|
European Open 2019: Match schedule + results for Friday, 26.07.2019
|quarterfinals||Dominic Thiem - Andrei Andreyevich Rublev||6 (3): 7 (7), 6 (5): 7 (7)|
|quarterfinals||Jeremy Chardy - Nikolos Bassilashvili||2: 6, 3: 6|
|14.30 clock||quarterfinals||Filip Krajinovic - Alexander Zverev||6: 2, 5: 7, 2: 6|
|16.00 clock||quarterfinals||Fabio Fognini - Pablo Carreno Busta||6: 3, 2: 6, 6 (4): 7 (7)|
|20:55 clock||semifinal||Ivan Dodig / Mate Pavic - Wesley Koolhof / Robin Haase||6: 7, 6: 4, 8:10|
European Open 2019: Schedule + Results for Thursday, 25.07.2019
|12:50||second round||Pablo Carreno Busta - Jan-Lennard Struff||6: 1, 7 (7): 6 (4)|
|11.30 clock||second round||Filip Krajinovic - Martin Klizan||6 (6): 7 (8), 7: 5, 6: 1|
|18.30 clock||second round||Fabio Fagnini - Rudi Molleker||7: 5, 6: 4|
|15.30 clock||second round||Federico Delbonis - Alexander Zverev||4: 6, 6 (2): 7 (7)|
|11.30 clock||quarterfinals||Robin Haase / Wesley Koolhof - Julian Lenz / Daniel Masur||7 (7): 6 (5), 6: 4|
|13.00 clock||quarterfinals||Pablo Cuevas / Nicolas Jarry - Kevin Krawietz / Andreas Mies||6: 3, 4: 6, 10: 7|
|14:20||quarterfinals||Mate Pavic / Ivan Dodig - Tim Puetz / Jan-Lennard Struff||6: 2, 6: 3|
|16.30 o'clock||quarterfinals||Pablo Carreno Busta / Rohan Bopanna - Jürgen Melzer / Oliver Marach||1: 6, 4: 6|
European Open 2019: Schedule + Results for Wednesday, 24.07.2019
|12:50||second round||Jeremy Chardy - Richard Gasquet||7 (7): 6 (5), 7: 5|
|11.30 clock||second round||Casper Ruud - Andrei Andreyevich Rublev||6: 3, 5: 7, 3: 6|
|15.00 clock||second round||Dominic Thiem - Marton Fucsovics||7: 5, 6: 1|
|18.30 clock||second round||Juan Ignacio Londero - Nikolos Bassilashvili||4: 6, 6: 3, 3: 6|
|1:50 pm||second round||Benoit Paire / Marco Cecchinato - Oliver Marach / Jürgen Metzer||2: 6, 1: 6|
|16.30 o'clock||second round||Matwe Middelkoop / Roman Jebavy - Andreas Mies / Kevin Krawietz||5: 7, 7 (11): 6 (9), 10:12|
|14:20||second round||Rohan Bopanna / Pablo Carreno Busta - Nened Zimonjic / Rudi Molleker||6: 3, 5: 7, 10: 3|
|11.30 clock||second round||Daniel Altmaier / Johannes Hartzis - Jan-Lennard Struff / Tim Pütz||4: 6, 2: 6|
|12:30||second round||Nicolas Jarry / Pablo Cuevas - Horacio Zeballos / Leonardo Mayer||6: 3, 6: 4|
|3.10 pm||second round||Ivan Dodig / Mate Pavic - Jeremy Chardy / Richard Gasquet||7 (7): 6 (2), 6: 4|
|13.00 clock||second round||Julian Lenz / Daniel Masur - Alexander Zverev / Mischa Zverev||4: 6, 6: 3, 11: 9|
European Open 2019: Schedule + results for Tuesday, 23.07.2019
|Round of the last 32||Marco Cecchinato - Federico Delbonis||7 (7): 6 (5), 6 (3): 7 (7), 2: 6|
|Round of the last 32||Dominic Thiem - Pablo Cuevas||6: 3, 7 (7): 6 (3)|
|Round of the last 32||Salvatore Caruso - Juan Ignacio Londero||called off|
|Round of the last 32||Laslo Dere - Filip Krajinovic||3: 6, 3: 6|
|Round of the last 32||Thiago Monteiro - Jan-Lennard Struff||1: 6, 3: 6|
|Round of the last 32||Hugo Dellien - Nikolos Bassilashvili||4: 6, 3: 6|
|Round of the last 32||Sumit Nagal - Richard Gasquet||2: 6, 6: 7|
|Round of the last 32||Casper Ruud - Robin Haase||6: 3, 3: 6, 6: 1|
|Round of the last 32||Alejandro Davidovich Fokina - Juan Ignacio Londero||3: 6, 2: 6|
|Round of the last 32||Nicolas Jarry - Alexander Zverev||4: 6, 2: 6|
|Round of the last 32||Fabio Fognini - Julian Lenz||6: 4, 6: 4|
|Round of the last 32||Pablo Carreno Busta - Yannick Hanfmann||7 (7): 6 (5), 6: 4|
|second round||Robin Haase / Wesley Koolhof - Hugo Dellien / Thiago Monteiro||3: 6, 6: 3, 10: 5|
European Open 2019: Schedule + Results for Monday, 22/07/2019
|11.30 clock||Round of the last 32||Daniel Altmaier - Martin Klizan||2: 6, 2: 6|
|15.30 clock||Round of the last 32||Benoit Paire - Jeremy Chardy||7 (7): 6 (4), 5: 7, 3: 6|
|13.00 clock||Round of the last 32||Philipp Kohlschreiber - Marton Fucsovics||3: 6, 0: 6|
|16.30 o'clock||Round of the last 32||Andrei Andreyevich Rublev - Christian Garin||6: 4, 7 (7): 6 (5)|
|18.30 clock||Round of the last 32||Leonardo Mayer - Rudi Molleker||6 (8): 7 (10), 4: 6|
European Open 2019: Schedule + Results for Sunday, 21.07.2019
|11.50 clock||Thiago Monteiro - Carlos Berlocq||6: 3, 6: 2|
|12.00 clock||Alejandro Davidovich Fokina - Sumit Nagal||3: 6, 5: 7|
|13.00 clock||Gianluca Mager - Julian Lenz||2: 6, 7: 6, 5: 7|
|13.00 clock||Hugo Dellien - Alexey Vatutin||7: 5, 7: 5|
|not before 17.00||Zverev / Schett - Massu / Majoli||4: 3, 7: 4, 4: 3, 7: 3|
|not before 17.00||Julian Lenz / Daniel Masur - Hans Podlipnik-Castillo / David Vega Hernandez||6: 3, 6: 2|
European Open 2019: Schedule + Results for Saturday, 20.07.2019
|11.30 clock||Alejandro Davidovich Fokina - Johannes Harnessis||6: 2, 6: 3|
|11.30 clock||Sumit Nagal - Sebastian Ofner||7: 5, 6: 2|
|11.30 clock||Carlos Berlocq - Jozef Kovalik||6: 3, 7: 6|
|not before 13.00||Gianluca Mager - Tobias Kamke||6: 3, 6: 2|
|not before 13.00||Hugo Dellien - Daniel Masur||4: 6, 6: 2, 7: 5|
|not before 13.00||Julian Lenz - Joao Domingues||6: 3, 4: 6, 7: 6|
|not before 15.00||Alexey Vatutin - Pedro Martinez||6: 3, 6: 4|
|not before 14.00||
ATP game qualification double
Andrej Wassileuski / Romain Arneodo - Julian Lenz / Daniel Masur
|2: 6, 3: 6|
|not before 14.00||
ATP game qualification double
J. Hildebrand / L. Lane - David Vega Hernandez / Hans Podlipnik-Castillo
|2: 6, 6: 3, 4:10|
Hamburg European Open 2019: Results + tournament information at a glance
How the tennis-cracks beat each other at the Hamburg European Open 2019, who had the edge in the exciting games at the Rothenbaum and what else you need to know about the European Open 2019 can be found here in the result overview.
+++ 27.07.2019: Zverev missed at home tournament in Hamburg final +++
Germany's best tennis player Alexander Zverev narrowly missed the final at his home tournament in Hamburg. The 22-year-old world ranking fifth lost on Saturday after 3:07 hours against last year's winner Nikolos Bassilaschwili with 4: 6, 6: 4, 6: 7 (5: 7). This was the second time after 2014 for the ATP World Champion in the semi-final on Rothenbaum end.
+++ 26.07.2019: Zverev contests semifinals at Hamburg tennis tournament +++
Alexander Zverev fights at the tennis tournament in his hometown Hamburg on Saturday for the final in the final. The 22-year-old world ranking fifth comes in the first match of the day (13.30 clock) to last year's winner Nikolos Bassilaschwili from Georgia. The other semi-final will be played by the Russian Andrej Rublev and the Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta (not before 15.00). Zverev is in the semi-final on Rothenbaum for the second time after 2014.
+++ 26.07.2019: Tennis professional Zverev confirmed separation from coach Lendl +++
Germany's best tennis pro Alexander Zverev and coach Ivan Lendl have ended their cooperation. This confirmed the 22-year-old Hamburger on Friday after the semi-finals at the ATP tournament in his hometown. "It's over, we had agreed to announce it after the tournament," said World Ranking Fifth. There had been media coverage of the separation in the US during the night of Friday. "I was a bit surprised that I learned that through the press, which was strange for me," Zverev said, emphasizing "great respect" for the 59-year-old ex-professional. Lendl has been part of the coaching team since August 2018.
+++ 26.07.2019: Zverev at home tournament in Hamburg in the semifinals +++
Germany's tennis star Alexander Zverev has played in his home tournament in Hamburg for an energy performance in the semifinals. The 22-year-old defeated the Serb Filip Krajinovic in 2:21 hours on Friday after catching up with 2: 6, 7: 5, 6: 2. The world ranking fifth was already in the second set with 2: 5 back and yet managed the turn. In his second semi-final in his hometown after 2014, second-placed Zverev face last year's winner Nikolos Bassilashvili. The Georgians won 6: 2, 6: 3 against the French Jérémy Chardy.
Before Zverev had to give up his ambitions in the French Open finalist Dominic Thiem the top seed. The world ranking fourth from Austria defeated the Russian outsider Andrei Rublev 6: 7 (3: 7), 6: 7 (5: 7). The 21-year-old from Moscow will face Pablo Carreno Busta on Saturday in the semifinals of the € 1.7 million clay court event. The Spaniard beat Fabio Fognini from Italy 3: 6, 6: 2, 7: 6 (7: 4) in the evening game.
+++ 26.07.2019: Tournament favorite Dominic Thiem retired in Hamburg +++
French Open finalist Dominic Thiem was surprisingly eliminated in the quarterfinals at the tennis tournament in Hamburg. The number one placed Austrian and fourth in the world rankings was beaten on Friday by Russian outsider Andrej Rublev with 6: 7 (3: 7), 6: 7 (5: 7). In the semi-final of the € 1.7 million clay court event, the 21-year-old from Moscow will face the winner of the match between Fabio Fognini from Italy and Pablo Carreno Busta from Spain on Saturday.
Last year's winner Nikolos Bassilashvili had reached the semi-final in front of the Russian. The world ranking 16. from Georgia won 6: 2, 6: 3 against the French Jérémy Chardy. Bassilaschwili was quick in the first set 3: 0, made the crucial break in the second round to 5: 3 and ended the match after only 68 minutes.
In the semifinals this Saturday, the 27-year-old would be Alexander Zverev's opponent, if the German local hero should win his quarter-final against the Serb Filip Krajinovic.
+++ 26.07.2019: Last year's winner Bassilaschwili reaches the semi-finals in Hamburg +++
Last year's winner Nikolos Bassilaschwili was the first professional tennis player to enter the semi-finals of the ATP tournament in Hamburg. The world ranking 16. from Georgia won on Friday 6: 2, 6: 3 against the French Jérémy Chardy. Bassilaschwili was quick in the first set 3: 0, made the crucial break in the second round to 5: 3 and ended the match after only 68 minutes.
In the semifinals this Saturday, the 27-year-old would be Alexander Zverev's opponent, if the German local hero should win his quarter-final against the Serb Filip Krajinovic. The clay court traditional tournament at Hamburger Rothenbaum is endowed with 1.7 million euros.
+++ 25.07.2019: Out for tennis talent Molleker in Hamburg - Only Zverev there +++
Tennis talent Rudolf Molleker has missed the quarter-finals at the Hamburg Rothenbaum tournament. The 18-year-old from Oranienburg near Berlin lost to Italy's number three seeded Fabio Fognini 5: 7, 4: 6. Thus, of the original seven Germans in the main draw only the German number one Alexander Zverev in the round of the last eight in the endowed with 1.7 million euros clay court event represented. The 22-year-old beat Argentina's Federico Delbonis 6: 4, 7: 6 (7: 2). Warstein's Jan-Lennard Struff dropped out against Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta 1-6, 6-7 (4-7).
+++ 25.07.2019: Zverev at tennis tournament in Hamburg in the quarterfinals +++
Tennis pro Alexander Zverev has reached the quarter-finals at the tennis tournament in his hometown of Hamburg. The German number one prevailed on Thursday against the Argentine Federico Delbonis with 6: 4, 7: 6 (7: 2) by. After 1:44 hours, the 22-year-old turned his first match point at temperatures over 35 degrees. In the round of the last eight, the world ranking fifth meets the Serb Filip Krajinovic, who defeated the completely exhausted from the heat Slovakian Martin Klizan.
Before the victory of Zverev his Davis Cup colleague Jan-Lennard Struff was eliminated in the second round. The 29-year-old Warsteiner failed at the Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta 1: 6, 6: 7 (4: 7).
In the evening, 18-year-old Rudi Molleker from Oranienburg was forced to play for the quarter-finals against Italy's number three Fabio Fognini. All in all, seven German players had stood in the peloton at the € 1.7 million clay court event.
+++ 25.07.2019: Struff at the Hamburg tennis tournament eliminated in the second round +++
Professional tennis player Jan-Lennard Struff retired at the ATP tournament in Hamburg in the round of 16. The 29-year-old Warsteiner lost to Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta on Thursday 1: 6, 6: 7 (4: 7). After 1:26 minutes, the former world ranked tithe turned the match point against Germany's number two at temperatures of over 35 degrees in the shade. Struff could not use a 5: 3 lead in the second set. So only two of the seven German players started in the competition.
The next opponent of the Spaniard could be the 18-year-old Rudi Molleker from Oranienburg, whose game against the seeded third Italian Fabio Fognini was scheduled for the evening. Previously, the world number five Alexander Zverev plays in his hometown for the entry into the quarterfinals of the endowed with 1.7 million euros clay court tournament. The 22-year-old will face Argentinian Federico Delbonis.
Before the Struff defeat were the French Open winner Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies failed in the doubles competition. The 28-year-old from Cologne Mies and his one-year younger twin partner from Coburg lost in the quarterfinals against Pablo Cuevas from Uruguay and Nicolas Jarry from Chile with 3: 6, 6: 4, 7:10. On Wednesday they had won a match for the first time since their Grand Slam title in early June, when they prevailed against Roman Jebavy from the Czech Republic and the Dutchman Matwe Middelkoop.
Krawietz and Mies had celebrated in Paris as the first German double for 82 years, a Grand Slam title. But then they had failed in the grass rounds in Antalya, Halle / Westphalia and Wimbledon in each case in the first round.
+++ 25.07.2019: French Open winner Krawietz / Mies retired in Hamburg +++
French Open winners Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies were eliminated at the tennis tournament in Hamburg. The 28-year-old from Cologne Mies and his one-year younger twin partner from Coburg were defeated on Thursday in the quarterfinals Pablo Cuevas from Uruguay and Nicolas Jarry from Chile with 3: 6, 6: 4, 7:10. On Wednesday they had won a match for the first time since their Grand Slam title in early June, when they prevailed against Roman Jebavy from the Czech Republic and the Dutchman Matwe Middelkoop.
Krawietz and Mies had celebrated in Paris as the first German double for 82 years, a Grand Slam title. But then they had failed in the grass rounds in Antalya, Halle / Westphalia and Wimbledon in each case in the first round.
+++ 24.07.2019: German tennis trio fights in Hamburg for quarterfinals +++
A German tennis trio with the world ranking fifth Alexander Zverev at the top has on Thursday at the ATP tournament in Hamburg, the chance to enter the quarter-finals. In his hometown, 22-year-old Zverev faces Argentinian Federico Delbonis in Center Court's third match of the day (not before 15.30). Zverev's Davis Cup colleague Jan-Lennard Struff gets to do it with the Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta (around 1.30 pm). The 18-year-old Rudi Molleker calls in the evening game (not before 18.30 clock) the number three seeded Italian Fabio Fognini out.
+++ 24.07.2019: French Open winner Krawietz / Mies in Hamburg in the quarterfinals +++
French Open winners Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies won their first match since the Grand Slam title in early June and reached the quarter-finals at the Hamburg tennis tournament. The 28-year-old from Cologne Mies and his one year younger partner from Coburg prevailed on Wednesday in the first round against Roman Jebavy from the Czech Republic and the Dutchman Matwe Middelkoop with 7: 5, 6: 7 (9:11), 12:10 , Krawietz and Mies had celebrated in Paris as the first German double for 82 years, a Grand Slam title.
Subsequently, however, they had failed at the grass-roots tournaments in Antalya, Halle / Westphalia and Wimbledon in each case in the first round. In the battle for the semi-finals of the clay court tournament on Rothenbaum, Krawietz and Mies meet Pablo Cuevas from Uruguay and Nicolas Jarry from Chile.
The Davis Cup doubles Jan-Lennard Struff and Tim Pütz moved into the quarter-finals. On the other hand, Hamburg's Alexander and Mischa Zverev and Rudi Molleker and his Serbian partner Nenad Zimonjic were eliminated in the double competition.
+++ 24.07.2019: Top set Thiem after victory against Fucsovics in the quarterfinals +++
The number one placed Austrian Dominic Thiem is in the quarterfinals at the Hamburg European Open. The 25-year-old clearly won on Wednesday after only initial difficulties at the end with 7: 5, 6: 1 against Marton Fucsovics. The Hungarian tennis pro had conquered the Augsburg Philipp Kohlschreiber clearly in two sets in the first round. French Open Finalist Thiem is now playing against the Russian Andrej Rublev at the € 1.7 million clay court event. The German trio of Alexander Zverev, Jan-Lennard Struff and Rudi Molleker denies his eighth-finals until Thursday.
+++ 24.07.2019: Zverev brothers at the Hamburg tennis tournament in double eliminated +++
Alexander and Mischa Zverev retired at the tennis tournament in Hamburg in the first round of the doubles competition. The brothers from Hamburg lost on Wednesday against the qualifiers Julian Lenz and Daniel Masur in 1:28 hours 6: 4, 3: 6, 9:11. At the match point, Alexander Zverev, who was number two in the individual, underwent a double mistake. At the score of 9: 7 in the match-tiebreak Alexander and Mischa Zverev awarded two match-balls. In the singles world fifth Fifth Alexander Zverev fights on Thursday against Federico Delbonis from Argentina to qualify for the quarter-finals.
+++ 23.07.2019: Qualifier Julian Lenz failed at the Hamburg tennis tournament +++
Qualifier Julian Lenz was eliminated at the clay court tournament in Hamburg as the fourth of the initially seven German tennis pros in the first round. The 26-year-old Giessener had beaten on Tuesday at number three set Fabio Fognini from Italy with 4: 6, 4: 6.
Lenz is listed in the world rankings on rank 374 and had won the qualification for the first time a place in the main draw of an ATP tournament. Before Lenz Philipp Kohlschreiber, Daniel Altmaier and Yannick Hanfmann had failed. In the second round on Thursday, however, are Alexander Zverev, Jan-Lennard Struff and Rudi Molleker.
+++ 23.07.2019: comeback succeeded: Zverev at tennis tournament in Hamburg continue +++
Germany's best tennis pro Alexander Zverev has reached the round of 16 in his return to Hamburg. The 22-year-old made his first-round duel on Tuesday with Chilean Nicolas Jarry 6: 4, 6: 2 for himself. After 71 minutes and a strong performance, the world number five turned his first match point. Zverev will now face Argentinian Federico Delbonis, who beat Italy's Marco Cecchinato in three sets in the evening. Zverev had received a wildcard and hit for the first time in three years in his hometown. Also in the second round are Jan-Lennard Struff and Rudi Molleker.
+++ 23.07.2019: Top favorite Thiem wins first-round match at Hamburg tennis tournament +++
French Open finalist Dominic Thiem has reached the round of 16 at the tennis tournament on Rothenbaum. The number one placed Austrian defeated Pablo Cuevas from Uruguay with 6: 3, 7: 6 (7: 3). In the round of sixteen, 25-year-old Thiem now meets Marton Fucsovics. The Hungarian had conquered the Augsburg Philipp Kohlschreiber clear in two sets the day before. Defending champion Nikolos Bassilaschwili from Georgia, who defeated Bolivian Hugo Dellien, is also one round ahead.
+++ 23/07/2019: Struff as the second German tennis pro in the Hamburg round of 16 + +
Jan-Lennard Struff moved in as the second German tennis professional at the ATP tournament in Hamburg in the second round. The 29-year-old Warsteiner did not stand a chance on Brazilian qualifier Thiago Monteiro on Tuesday, winning 6-1, 6-3 after a convincing performance in 70 minutes. The day before, 18-year-old Rudi Molleker from Oranienburg had reached the top 16 by defeating two-time tournament winner Leonardo Mayer from Argentina. Struff returned the favor for the clear first-round defeat against Monteiro at the tournament in Munich at the end of April.
+++ 22.07.2019: The day before the Zverev comeback: Talent Molleker surprised at the Rothenbaum +++
The day before the Hamburg return of the title favorite Alexander Zverev teenager Rudi Molleker has provided for the first surprise on Rothenbaum. The 18-year-old tennis player from Oranienburg near Berlin won the tournament on Monday against the two-time tournament winner Leonardo Mayer from Argentina with 7: 6 (10: 8), 6: 4. After 1:39 hours turned the world ranking 150. his second match ball against the 99 places better classified Mayer.
The Hamburg champion of 2014 and 2017 awarded in a tiebreak two set balls before the amazingly powerful Molleker used in front of the head coach Michael Kohlmann and the top of the association with President Ulrich Klaus and DTB Vice Dirk Hordorff his second set ball. The youngest player in the main field of the traditional event now meets the winner of the duel between the number three placed Italian Fabio Fognini and qualifier Julian Lenz from Giessen. In addition to Lenz and Zverev, Jan-Lennard Struff and Yannick Hanfmann are also on duty from the DTB squad on Tuesday. Zverev is back in his hometown for the first time in three years, and in the third game of the day (not before 3:30 pm) in the Chilean Nicolas Jarry has a very heavy opponent.
On the other hand, Philipp Kohlschreiber and Daniel Altmaier were eliminated on the first day of the tournament. The 35-year-old Kohlschreiber therefore had to answer the inevitable question of resignation several times. "Tennis has not given me much pleasure in recent weeks, but I'm not one who gives up," said the Augsburg, but he also admitted: "If you lose, it's no fun. If you lose too often, pukes it's on. "
Kohlschreiber lost 3-3, 0-6 in just 65 minutes against Hungary's Marton Fucsovics. At 35 years and nine months he was the oldest professional in the field - and assured that his 15th participation should not have been the last. "It's just such a stinking situation," said Kohlschreiber and ordered his bankruptcy in drizzle against the world's number 50 as a "swatter". For the fourth time in succession he conceded a first-round defeat, but this time Kohlschreiber seemed depressed and disillusioned.
"The last few weeks have not been easy, of course, self-confidence plays a big role," he said, hoping for the Kitzbühel tournament next week, which he has won twice before, and the subsequent change of surface to hard court. "Maybe that's exactly what I need now," said Kohlschreiber.
+++ 22.07.2019: Zverev starts in Hamburg tournament: Difficult Auftaktgegner +++
Tennis pro Alexander Zverev is in his first singles for three years at the tournament in his hometown of Hamburg before a heavy start task. The 22-year-old will meet Nicolas Jarry at the € 1,713 million clay court event on Tuesday. The Chilean just won the tournament in Bastad. The French-Open finalist Dominic Thiem from Austria, who is number one in Hamburg, plays against Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas.
+++ 22.07.2019: Kohlschreiber does not think of resignation: "None who gives up" +++
Professional tennis player Philipp Kohlschreiber thinks despite his fourth first-round defeat in a row and the disappointing performance in Hamburg is not a resignation. "I do not ask myself the question: Tennis has not been much fun for me in recent weeks, but I'm not one who gives up," said 35-year-old Augsburger on Monday after 3-6, 0-6 against Hungary Marton Fucsovics. He wants to try to "play for a few more years". Kohlschreiber is ranked 72nd in the world ranking list. At the Hamburg Open he retired as second German after wildcard starter Daniel Altmaier on the opening day.
+++ 22/07/2019: First-round-out for tennis routine Kohlschreiber in Hamburg +++
After wildcard starter Daniel Altmaier even veteran Philipp Kohlschreiber has failed at the Hamburg tennis tournament in the first round. The oldest player in the field of the traditional tournament, 35 years and nine months old, had surprisingly beaten the Hungarian Marton Fucsovics 3: 6, 0: 6 on Monday. Kohlschreiber was in the semi-finals in Hamburg in 2014 and 2017, but after a disappointing performance had to face the world ranking 50. Fucsovics beaten after just 65 minutes. The 20-year-old Altmaier from Kempen lost to former tournament winner Martin Klizan from Slovakia 2: 6, 2: 6.
+++ 21.07.2019: Mischa Zverev says participation in singles at the Hamburg tournament +++
Professional tennis player Mischa Zverev has canceled his participation in the individual competition at the ATP tournament in his hometown of Hamburg. After a statement from the organizers on Saturday evening, the 31-year-old gave health reasons. For him Yannick Hanfmann from Karlsruhe moves into the main field of 32 players. Further planned is a start of Mischa Zverev together with his younger brother Alexander Zverev in doubles. Misha Zverev had last played in the tournament in Newport in the United States, had failed there on Friday in the quarterfinals at the Spaniard Marcel Granollers.
An diesem Sonntag (17.00 Uhr) sollte er bei der Turnier-Eröffnung gemeinsam mit seinem Bruder ein Show-Mixed mit den ehemaligen Weltklasse-Spielerinnen Barbara Schett-Eagle und der Kroatin Iva Majoli spielen. Auch dafür musste Mischa Zverev passen. Für ihn springt nun der zweimalige Olympiasieger von Athen, der Chilene Nicolas Massu, ein. Der 39-Jährige ist auch Trainer des in Hamburg an Nummer eins gesetzten Österreichers Dominic Thiem.
Das Hauptfeld der mit 1,713 Millionen Euro dotierten Veranstaltung startet am Montag. In der ersten Runde bekommt es der Weltranglisten-Fünfte Alexander Zverev mit dem Chilenen Nicolas Jarry zu tun. Wann Alexander Zverev spielt, war am Sonntagvormittag noch offen. Für den 22-jährigen Zverev ist es der erste Auftritt in seiner Heimatstadt seit drei Jahren.
+++ 20.07.2019: Turnier in Hamburg: Zverev zum Auftakt gegen Chilenen Jarry +++
Deutschlands bester Tennisprofi Alexander Zverev trifft zum Auftakt des Sandplatzturniers in seiner Heimatstadt Hamburg auf den Chilenen Nicolas Jarry. Das ergab am Samstag die Auslosung für die European Open, die am Montag beginnen. Der 22-jährige Zverev ist bei der mit 1,713 Millionen Euro dotierten Veranstaltung an Nummer zwei gesetzt.
Zverev und der Weltranglisten-64. Jarry standen sich in diesem Jahr zweimal gegenüber. Ende Mai setzte sich der Deutsche im Finale in Genf in drei Sätzen durch und verbuchte seinen bislang einzigen Turniersieg in 2019. Gut einen Monat zuvor hatte sich der aktuelle Weltranglisten-Fünfte dem Chilenen in der zweiten Runde in Barcelona ebenfalls auf Sand geschlagen geben müssen. Jarry spielt derzeit noch beim ATP-Turnier in Bastad und zog in Schweden am Samstag ins Endspiel ein.
Dominic Thiem, Nummer eins der Setzliste, muss sich mit Pablo Cuevas aus Uruguay auseinandersetzen. Der Weltranglisten-Vierte aus Österreich könnte in der zweiten Runde auf Philipp Kohlschreiber treffen. Der Augsburger spielt in der Auftaktrunde gegen den Ungarn Marton Fucsovics. Der Italiener Fabio Fognini, dritter Spieler aus den Top Ten in Hamburg, bekommt es in seinem ersten Spiel mit einem Qualifikanten zu tun.
+++ 17.07.2019: Hamburger Tennisturnier: Mixed-Spiele mit Zverev-Brüdern zum Auftakt +++
Nach Alexander Zverev erhält auch dessen älterer Bruder Mischa eine Wildcard für die Hamburg European Open im Tennis am Rothenbaum. Das gab der Veranstalter der ATP-Veranstaltung in der Hansestadt bekannt. Zum Start am Sonntag (17.00 Uhr) werden die Zverev-Brüder bei der Rückkehr in ihre Geburtsstadt zudem für ein Show-Mixed mit den ehemaligen Rothenbaum-Siegerinnen Iva Majoli aus Kroatien und Barbara Schett aus Österreich auf dem Center Court stehen.
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