The Swedish Open 2022, also known as Nordea Open, for sponsorship reasons, is an upcoming professional tennis tournament to be played on outdoor clay courts as part of the ATP Tour 250 Series of the 2022 ATP Tour.
It will take place in Båstad, Sweden, from 17 through 23 July 2023 for the men’s tournament. It will be the 75th edition of the event for the ATP tour.
ATP Swedish Open Tennis Tournament
Swedish Open consists of 250 level ATP tour. There will be 32 Main singles draw and 16 Main doubles draw. The tournament will play on the outdoor clay court of Båstad Tennis Stadium, Sweden.
|Venue||Båstad Tennis Stadium|
|Tour category||ATP 250|
|Draw||32 S, 16 D|
Swedish Open 2023 Results
In the Singles championship, Russian star Andrey Rublev won Bstaad open and won his 2nd title of the year. In final he defeated Casper ruud in straight sets 7-6, 6-0. By winning Nordea open title, Rublev move to no 4 in ATP Ranking.
In the doubles championship, Gonzalo Escobar and Aleksandr Nedovyesov defeated Rafael Matos and Francisco Cabral in straight sets 6-2, 6-2. After winning this title, Gonzalo Escobar have now won 4 ATP titles.
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Nordea Open (Swedish Open) 2022 champions
In the singles championship, Argentinian star Francisco Cerundolo won the title after defeating his country fellow Sebastian Baez in straight sets(7-6, 6-2). Francisco wins his first career ATP title.
On the other side in the doubles championship, David Vega Hernández of Spain and Rafael Matos of Brazil won the doubles title. The winning pair defeat Italian pair Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fognini in the final (6-4, 3-6, 13-11).
In 2021, Norwegian star Casper Ruud won the singles title. Ruud played the final against Federico Londero of Argentina and defeat him by 6-3, 6-3. Casper Ruud was the first Norway player who won this title in the history of the Swedish Open.
In doubles, Netherland’s pair Sander Arends and David Ped smashed Andre Begemann of Germany and Albano Olivetti of France in the final by 6-4, 6-2.
ATP Swedish Open History and Winners
The Swedish Open was first held in 1948 when it was called the International Swedish Hard Court Championships. Between 1970 and 1989 the men’s event was part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit.
From 1948 to 1990, there was also a women’s singles tournament. After the Nordic Light Open in Stockholm was sold, it was announced that the women’s event would return to Båstad. Since 2009 the Collector Swedish Open Women in Båstad has been an International-level tournament. In 2018 the women’s tournament license was sold and it was held in Moscow (Russia) as Moscow River Cup from 22 to 27 July 2018. However, in 2019, the tournaments was reinstated as WTA 125K series tournament.
The first three tournaments were won by Eric Sturgess from South Africa. Other famous champions include Ilie Năstase (1971), Björn Borg (1974, 1978–1979), Mats Wilander (1982–1983, 1985), and Rafael Nadal (2005).
|YEAR||PRIZE MONEY||SINGLES CHAMPION||DOUBLES CHAMPIONS|
|2023||€562,815||Andrey Rublev||Gonzalo Escobar / Aleksandr Nedovyesov|
|2022||€534,555||Francisco Cerundolo (ARG)||David Vega Hernández(ESP)|
Rafael Matos (BRA)
|2021||€419,470||Caper Ruud (NOR)||Sander Arends (NED)|
David Pel (NED)
|2019||€524,340||Nicolás Jarry||Sander Gillé (BEL)|
Joran Vliegen (BEL)
|2018||€501,345||Fabio Fognini||Julio Peralta (CHILE)|
Horacio Zeballos (ARG)
|2017||€482,060||David Ferrer||Julian Knowle (AUSTRIA)|
Philipp Petzschner (GER)
|2016||€463,520||Albert Ramos-Viñolas||Marcel Granollers (ESP)|
David Marrero (ESP)
ATP Swedish Open 2023 Prize Money
In 2023, total commitment of Gstaad event is €630,705 where prize money of event will be €562,815. Champion of Swiss open 2023 will receive €85,605 and doubles champions will have €29,740.
In 2022, the total prize money will be €534,555, and in singles, the title holder will get a cheque of €85,945 and the runner-up will have €45,265.On the other hand, in doubles, the Winning pair will receive €26,110 and the finalists will get €13,730. While In 2021 total prize money was€419,470 due to Covid Pandemic.
Swedish Open 2023 Prize money distribution:
|Stage||Singles Prize Money||Doubles Prize Money||ATP Points|
|1st Round||€6,035||€3,070||10 / 0|
Swedish Open Gstaad 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 entries in 1st round.
Swedish Open 2023 Dates, Schedule
The main draw will be held across a week from 17-23 July with a qualification round set for 16 July.
The official schedule for the ATP section of the event is as follows:
|Date||Singles Matches||Doubles Matches|
|17 July||Round 1||—–|
|18 July||Round 1||Round 1|
|19 July||Round 2||Round 1`|
|20 July||Round 2||Quarter Finals|
|21 July||Quarter Finals||Semi-Finals|
ATP Swedish Open 2023 Players list
2023 Entry List Including 2 of top 10 players – Casper Ruud and Andrey Rublev. Francisco Cerúndolo will be there to defend his title. Following are the top seeds players list and wild card entries for 2023.
Top Seed Players
|2||Andrey Rublev (champion)||7|
|7||Tomás Martín Etcheverry||32|
|8||Alejandro Davidovich Fokina||34|
2023 Wildcard Entry
- Leo Borg
- Dragoș Nicolae Mădăraș
- Elias Ymer
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