News : Hamburg European Open 2019 Results in TV and live stream: Alex Zverev follows Struff and Molleker into the round of the last sixteen of the ATP tournament at the Rothenbaum


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Hamburg European Open 2019 Results in TV and live stream: Alex Zverev follows Struff and Molleker into the round of the last sixteen of the ATP tournament at the Rothenbaum


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, until Sunday, 28.07.2019, the Hamburg city will host first-class tennis at the Hamburg European Open. This year, the tradition-rich tournament is entering its 113th as part of the ATP World Tour. 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

NDR

Sunday, 28.07.2019 in connection Final double

Sky Sport Austria 1 HD

NDR

European Open 2019: Schedule + Results for Thursday, 25.07.2019

beginning round heading Result
still open second round Pablo Carreno Busta - Jan-Lennard Struff
still open second round Filip Krajinovic - Martin Klizan

European Open 2019: Schedule + Results for Wednesday, 24.07.2019

beginning round heading Result
12:50 second round Jeremy Chardy - Richard Gasquet
11.30 clock second round Casper Ruud - Andrei Andreyevich Rublev
15.00 clock second round Dominic Thiem - Marton Fucsovics
18.30 clock second round Juan Ignacio Londero - Nikolos Bassilashvili
1:50 pm second round Benoit Paire / Marco Cecchinato - Oliver Marach / Jürgen Metzer
16.30 o'clock second round Matwe Middelkoop / Roman Jebavy - Andreas Mies / Kevin Krawietz
14:20 second round Rohan Bopanna / Pablo Carreno Busta - Nened Zimonjic / Rudi Molleker
11.30 clock second round Daniel Altmaier / Johannes Hartzis - Jan-Lennard Struff / Tim Pütz
12:30 second round Nicolas Jarry / Pablo Cuevas - Horacio Zeballos / Leonardo Mayer
3.10 pm second round Ivan Dodig / Mate Pavic - Jeremy Chardy / Richard Gasquet
13.00 clock second round Julian Lenz / Daniel Masur - Alexander Zverev / Mischa Zverev

European Open 2019: Schedule + results for Tuesday, 23.07.2019

beginning round heading Result

16:35

Round of the last 32 Marco Cecchinato - Federico Delbonis 7 (7): 6 (5), 6 (3): 7 (7), 2: 6

13.00 clock

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

16.30 o'clock

Round of the last 32 Laslo Dere - Filip Krajinovic 3: 6, 3: 6

11.30 clock

Round of the last 32 Thiago Monteiro - Jan-Lennard Struff 1: 6, 3: 6

11.30 clock

Round of the last 32 Hugo Dellien - Nikolos Bassilaschwilli 4: 6, 3: 6

12:50

Round of the last 32 Sumit Nagal - Richard Gasquet 2: 6, 6: 7

11.30 clock

Round of the last 32 Casper Ruud - Robin Haase 6: 3, 3: 6, 6: 1

12:50

Round of the last 32 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina - Juan Ignacio Londero 3: 6, 2: 6

15.30 clock

Round of the last 32 Nicolas Jarry - Alexander Zverev 4: 6, 2: 6

18.30 clock

Round of the last 32 Fabio Fognini - Julian Lenz 6: 4, 6: 4

14.10 clock

Round of the last 32 Pablo Carreno Busta - Yannick Hanfmann 7 (7): 6 (5), 6: 4

3.10 pm

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

beginning round heading Result
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

beginning heading Result
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

beginning heading Result
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.

+++ 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.

This Sunday (17.00), he should play at the tournament opening with his brother a show mixed with former world-class players Barbara Schett-Eagle and the Croatian Iva Majoli. Also for this Mischa Zverev had to fit. For him, now the two-time Olympic champion of Athens, the Chilean Nicolas Massu, one. The 39-year-old is also the coach of the number one placed in Hamburg Austrian Dominic Thiem.

The main field of the € 1.713 million event starts on Monday. In the first round, the world ranking fifth Alexander Zverev gets to do with the Chilean Nicolas Jarry. When Alexander Zverev plays, was still open on Sunday morning. For 22-year-old Zverev, it's his first appearance in his hometown for three years.

+++ 20.07.2019: Tournament in Hamburg: Zverev to kick off Chilean Jarry +++

Germany's best tennis pro Alexander Zverev will meet Nicolas Jarry at the start of the clay court tournament in his hometown of Hamburg. This resulted in the draw for the European Open on Saturday, starting on Monday. The 22-year-old Zverev is number two in the event, which is endowed with 1.713 million euros.

Zverev and the World Ranking 64. Jarry faced each other twice this year. In late May, the German prevailed in the final in Geneva in three sets and posted his only tournament victory so far in 2019. Just over a month earlier, the current world number five had the Chilean in the second round in Barcelona also beaten to sand. Jarry is currently playing in the ATP tournament in Bastad and moved into Sweden on Saturday in the final.

Dominic Thiem, the number one seedling, has to deal with Pablo Cuevas from Uruguay. The world ranking fourth from Austria could meet Philipp Kohlschreiber in the second round. The Augsburger plays in the opening round against the Hungarian Marton Fucsovics. The Italian Fabio Fognini, third player from the top ten in Hamburg, gets to do it in his first game with a qualifier.

+++ 17.07.2019: Hamburg tennis tournament: Mixed games with Zverev brothers to kick off +++

After Alexander Zverev and his older brother Mischa receives a wildcard for the Hamburg European Open in Tennis am Rothenbaum. This was announced by the organizer of the ATP event in the Hanseatic city. For the start on Sunday (17.00 clock) are the Zverev brothers on return to their birthplace also for a show-mixed with the former Rothenbaum winners Iva Majoli from Croatia and Barbara Schett from Austria on the center court.

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