Gonet Geneva Open 2023 Prize Money, Players list, Draw, Schedule

Nicolas Jarry

The most important clay court tournament of the season, outside of the Grand Slams, is returning to the beautiful city of Switzerland, Geneva. The Geneva Open, was also known as the Grand Prix, is one of the most televised tennis tournaments around the world, and due to final practice tournament before Roland Garros.

Tennis Club de Genève, Geneva Open
Tennis Club de Genève, Geneva Open

Gonet Geneva Open Tennis Tournament

The Geneva Open is a clay court tennis tournament held in the heart of Switzerland, Geneva. As a Tour-sanctioned event, the tournament is part of ATP Tours as a ATP 250 level. This year it will hold its 20th edition.

With a venue set at the Tennis Club de Genève, this is one of the last event played on clay courts. The title sponsor for the event is Gonet Banquiers 1845.

LocationGeneva, Switzerland
VenueTennis Club de Genève
Tour categoryATP 250
Prize Money€562,815
Draw32 S, 16 D

Gonet Geneva Open 2023 Results

In singles Chile tennis player Nicolás Jarry beat the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov 7-6, 6-1 and won his second title of the season. This title is the third of his career, leaving him in the 35th place of the ATP ranking. While in doubles, Jamie Murray and Michael Venus played final against Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos and defeated them in straight sets 7-6, 7-6. They won third title in the year and It’s the 30th ATP Tour men’s doubles title of Jamie’s career.

Nicolas Jarry
Jamie Murray and Michael Venus

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Geneva Open History and Winners

The Geneva Open, formerly known as the Grand Prix, is a prestigious tennis tournament affiliated with the ATP Tour. It took place annually in Geneva, Switzerland, from 1980 to 1991, featuring competitive matches on clay courts. In November 2014, the ATP made an official announcement stating that the Düsseldorf tournament would be relocated to Geneva, starting in 2015, where it would be classified as a 250 tournament..


Several remarkable players have left their mark on the Geneva Open throughout its history. Mats Wilander, Stan Wawrinka, and Casper Ruud hold the record for the most consecutive singles victories, each having triumphed in two consecutive editions. When it comes to doubles, Mate Pavić stands out as the record-holder with three wins. Pavić achieved this feat alongside Oliver Marach twice and Nikola Mektić once.

An exceptional achievement in the tournament’s history was accomplished by Balázs Taróczy, who remains the sole player to claim both the singles and doubles titles in the same year, showcasing his exceptional skills and versatility on the court.

YearSingles ChampionDoubles Champions
2023Nicolas JarryJamie Murray / Michael Venus
2022Casper RuudNikola Mektić / Mate Pavić
2021Casper RuudJohn Peers / Michael Venus
2019Alexander ZverevOliver Marach / Mate Pavić
2018Márton FucsovicsOliver Marach / Mate Pavić
2017Stan WawrinkaJean-Julien Rojer / Horia Tecău

Gonet Geneva Open 2023 Prize Money

In 2023, total commitment of ATP Geneva Open is €630,705 in which prize money will be €562,815. The champion will get a cheque of €85,605 and doubles title holders will have €29,740 in their bag.

StageSingles Prize MoneyDoubles Prize MoneyATP Points
Round of 16€9,880€3,07020 / 0
Round of 32€6,035€15,7800

Geneva Open 2023 Draw

The event will have 32 singles and 16 doubles draws that will be released as the tournament progresses. 4 qualifiers will join 28 singles main draw entry in 1st round.

Gonet Geneva Open 2023 Dates, Schedule

The main draw will be held across a week from 21 May- 27 May with a qualifying round set for the weekend prior; on the 19th of April.

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The schedule for the event is as follows:

 DateSingles MatchesDoubles Matches
21st MayRound 1——-
22nd MayRound 1Round of 16
23rd MayRound 1 / Round 2Round of 16
24th MayRound 2Round of 16 / QF
25th MayQuarter FinalsQuarter Finals
26th MaySemi FinalsSemi-Finals
27th MayFinaleFinale

Geneva Open 2023 Players List

As expected of a ATP 250 event, the player’s line-up in Geneva will create some of the best levels of competitiveness ever seen in tennis events. The impressive line-up is saturated with top players from around the world and this includes the 2 of the Top 10 and many more players in the Top 100.

Casper Ruud (champion in 2022 and 2021) will defend his title for 2nd time in row. USA sensation Taylor fritz is also eager to win his 1st Clay trophy in 2022.

SeedPlayerATP Ranking
1Casper Ruud4
2Taylor Fritz9
3 Jan-Lennard Struff28
4Botic van de Zandschulp30
5Grigor Dimitrov (WC)33
6Ben Shelton35
7Gallon Griekspoor36
8Bernabé Zapata Miralles38

Wild Card Entries

  • Grigor Dimitrov
  • Hugo Dellien (PR)

Geneva Open 2023 Doubles Main Entries

SeedPlayerATP Ranking
1Marcelo Arévalo / Jean-Julien Rojer14
2Nikola Mektić / Mate Pavić19
3Rohan Bopanna / Matthew Ebden26
4Hugo Nys / Jan Zieliński40

Geneva Open Tickets

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A standard single session ticket applies for one day/evening session, and each day of the event is split into 2 sessions, except for during the pre-qualifications round, the training sessions on the 19th and 20th May. Besides the single session tickets, Different packages are also available that cover multiple days of the event. Tickets for the main draw start from €10. Corporate hospitality is also provided.

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