The Tournament program.
2019 HAMBURG EUROPEAN OPEN
Qualification 1st round
Qualification final round
Main field 1st round
Main fields 1st + 2nd round
Main fields 1st and 2nd round
|Round of 16|
|ACTIVE CITY meets TENNIS
Overview of prize money.
Hamburg European Open 2019
|2019 main field singles||2019 main field doubles|
|Winner||354.845,00 €||Winner||111.490,00 €|
|Final||178.220,00 €||Final||54.570,00 €|
|Semifinal||89.925,00 €||Semifinal||27.370,00 €|
|Quarterfinal||47.260,00 €||Quarterfinal||14.040,00 €|
|Round of 16||23.620,00 €||Round of 16||7.260,00 €|
|Round of 32||13.065,00 €|
|2019 Qualification singles|
|Qualification 2nd round||5.025,00 €|
|Qualification 1st round||2.515,00 €|
The Hamburg European Open is based on the idea of making every possible dimension of tennis both accessible and exciting. We are committed to capturing all the dynamism of tennis and presenting it in innovative ways.
With this approach, the brand identity of the Hamburg European Open is unique internationally and therefore stands out from all other tournaments. There will be no mistaking the Hamburg European Open brand!
With a new color scheme and logo, the Hamburg European Open has a fresh and modern look.
To this end, we decided on a design that does justice to the dynamics of the sport and the Hamburg European Open. At the heart of the concept was the game and its most important player – the tennis ball. It dynamism inspired the creation of the new logo.
The color selection is the result of an extensive competition analysis and is designed to achieve the greatest possible visual differentiation. As a consequence, the Hamburg European Open enjoys a unique visual status in the global tournament calendar.
The multi-faceted design was conceived from a series of rallies. Starting in 2019, the match ball from the 2018 final between the Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili and the Argentinian Leonardo Mayer will adorn our logo and symbolize the dynamism of the game.
The contemporary use of typography creates the impression of being in the middle of a rally. Using this design, we have managed to give the Hamburg European Open a bold and modern appearance and a truly one-of-a-kind logo.
With the legendary “German Open,” the German Tennis Federation (DTB), the largest tennis association in the world, not only established a major sporting focal point, but also a prestigious public event in Hamburg.
It is our aim to give the splendor of tennis at Rothenbaum even greater visibility – both in the national and international media and among the general public.
Our focus is not on the hype surrounding individual stars, for the tournament itself is the star. The Hamburg European Open is just like Hamburg itself – thrilling, yet distinct and authentic, modern and cosmopolitan. The new logo perfectly reflects this authenticity along with the dynamism and cool charm that defines today’s contemporary spirit.
A tradition since 1892
Tradition means commitment: The Hamburg European Open is the oldest tennis tournament in Germany and one of the most legendary tennis events in the world. The “International German Open” debuted in 1892 on the grounds of the “Eisenbahnverein auf der Uhlenhorst,” Hamburg’s oldest tennis club. Beginning in 1924, the facility at Rothenbaum in the Harvestehude district became the tournament’s permanent location. Since the introduction of the ATP World Ranking in 1973, all 26 of the world’s top ranked players have made their way to Rothenbaum. The Swiss player Roger Federer has captured the most titles since the beginning of the professional era with four.
Die Premiere findet auf der Anlage des „Eisenbahnvereins auf der Uhlenhorst“ statt – erster Turniersieger wird der 19-jährige Walter Bonne.
Das Turnier hat nun endgültig seinen festen Standort am Hamburger Rothenbaum in Harvestehude.
Rod Laver gewinnt das Rothenbaum-Turnier und verteidigt 1962 seinen Titel.
Steffi Graf startet die „Ära Graf“ und gewinnt sechs Mal in Serie.
Michael Stich triumphiert als erster Deutscher seit Wilhelm Bungert (1964) – Stich ist damit der vorerst letzte deutsche Turniersieger.
Das mobile Dach wird auf dem Center-Court in Betrieb genommen und die Zuschauerkapazität auf 13.200 erhöht.
Der 20 Jahre alte Roger Federer gewinnt in Hamburg seinen ersten Masters-Titel.
100. Auflage des Rothenbaum-Turniers. Sieger: Tommy Robredo.
Spaniens Sandplatzkönig Rafael Nadal kann zum zweiten Mal nach 2008 die Siegertrophäe entgegennehmen.
Arrival & Parking
Important note: There are NO parking spaces on the tournament grounds.
If you already have a ticket, we recommend that you use the public transport system of the Hamburger Verkehrsbund (HVV). Admission tickets are valid on the day of the tournament for the journey to and from the tournament grounds.
The stadium is located right at the Hallerstrasse stop (it can be reached via the underground line U1 and the bus lines 115, 34, and 605).
Arrival from Hamburg Airport:
Take bus line 110 to the Ohlsdorf stop and change there to the underground line U1 in the direction of Grosshansdorf/Ohlstedt to U Hallerstrasse stop.
Arrival from the main train station:
Take the underground line U1 in the direction of Ochsenzoll/Norderstedt Mitte and get off at U Hallerstrasse.