Swiss Open Gstaad, originally known as the Swiss International Championship, was played in 1915 in its first edition. it will be the 55th edition as an ATP 250 level tour. The event was held at the outdoor clay court surface of Roy Emerson Arena in Gstaad, Switzerland. The tournament will consist of 32 main singles draw and 16 main doubles draw. The event will start from 17 July to 23 July 2023.
ATP Swiss Open Gstaad Tennis Tournament
The tournament is the clay-court tournament on the ATP tour and one of the last 4 clay court events. This year event will start from the 17th of July to the 23rd of July at Gstaad, Switzerland. It consists of 28 Singles draw, 16 Qualifying and 16 doubles main draw. Tournament categorized in ATP 250 level.
|Venue||Roy Emerson Arena|
|Tour category||ATP 250|
|Draw||32 S, 16 D|
Swiss Open Gstaad 2023 Results
In the singles championship, The Argentine tennis player Pedro Cachin celebrated the first title of his career at the age of 28. Cachin cried with emotion, after his first final ended with a 3-6, 6-0, 7-5 victory against the Spanish Albert Ramos-Vinolas, at the Swiss Open.
In the doubles, Home star Stan Wawrinka was crowned doubles champion today with partnered Dominic Stephan Stricker, at home, at the Gstaad Open. Swiss pair defeated Marcelo Demoliner and Matwé Middelkoop in straight sets 7-6, 6-2. Stricker won Swiss open 2nd time.
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Swiss Open Gstaad 2022 champions
In the singles title, Norwegian star Casper Ruud defended his title. Ruud played the final against seeded no 2 Italian star Matteo Berrettini where Ruud wins in the final set (4-6,7-6,6-2) and became a back-to-back swiss open single champion. In 2022, Casper Ruud of Norway won the singles title and became the 2nd player of Norway to win this title after Erik Worm (1930).
In the doubles championship, Francisco Cabral of Portugal and Tomislav Brkic of Bosnia won the title against Robin Haase of the Netherlands and Philipp Oswald of Austria in straight sets (6-4,6-4).
Swiss Open Gstaad History and Winners
Swiss Open Gstaad, originally known as the Swiss International Championship, was played in 1915 in its first edition. In the year 1915, Victor de Coubasch, who was a tennis player, opened the first tournament in Gstaad, Switzerland. He decided to organize the event in the hotel that he managed in Gstaad, Switzerland. The tennis players had to compete on clay courts. At that time, tennis was not popular in Switzerland and tennis players were only a handful. Victor de Coubasch decided to organize a tournament in Gstaad to increase its popularity. Events categorized at different levels since starting which is Grand Prix Tour (1971-1989), ATP World Series / ATP International Series / ATP Tour 250 (1990-present).
|Year||Prize Money||Singles Champions||Doubles Champions|
|2023||€562,815||Andrey Rublev||Stan Wawrinka (SUI) / Dominic Stricker (SUI)|
|2022||€534,555||Casper Ruud (NOR)||Francisco Cabral (POR) / Tomislav Brkic (BIH)|
|2021||€419,470||Casper Ruud (NOR)||Marc-Andrea Husler (SUI) / Dominic Stricker (SUI)|
|2019||€524,340||Albert Ramos Vinolas (ESP)||Sander Gillé (BEL) / Joran Vliegen (BEL)|
|2018||€501,345||Matteo Berrettini (ITA)||Matteo Berrettini (ITA) / Daniele Bracciali (ITA)|
|2017||€482,060||Fabio Fognini (ITA)||Oliver Marach (AUSTRIA) / Philipp Oswald (AUSTRIA)|
|2016||€463,520||Feliciano López (ESP)||Julio Peralta (CHILE) / Horacio Zeballos (ARG)|
ATP Swiss Open Gstaad 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 is €534,555 where the winner of the singles title will get €41,145 with 250 ranking points and the runner-up will have €29,500 and 150 ranking points.In doubles, the winning pair will have €15,360 with 250 ranking points and the runner-up pair will have €11,000 and 150 ranking points.
|Stage||Singles Prize Money||Doubles Prize Money||ATP Points|
|1st Round||€6,035||€3,070||10 / 0|
Swiss 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.
Swiss 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|
Swiss Open Gstaad 2023 Players list
2023 Entry List Including defending champion Roberto Bautista Agut, Jiří Lehečka, and Lorenzo Sonego. Unfortunately Defending champion Casper Ruud will not be featured in 2023 season.
Top Seed Players
|1||Roberto Bautista Agut||23|
|7||Roberto Carballés Baena||57|
2023 Wildcard Entry
- Dominic Stricker
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