The Swiss Open Gstaad is back in Gstaad from July 17 to 25, 2021! And we have only one thing to say: we can't wait! NGOLD Gstaad's magazine is designed to guide good-life lovers to enjoy amazing destinations. From sports and cultural events to unique concept stores, restaurants, or boutique hotels, NGOLD Gstaad takes you to a different destination every month! And of course, we couldn't have chosen any other place than Gstaad to start this adventure!
The Swiss Open Gstaad is the first must-see from our Guide's July about Gstaad. The Swiss Open Gstaad is not only Switzerland's most traditional ATP clay-court tournament, but it is also unique in the world for its setting. For more than a century, the world's best tennis players have competed for victory in the heart of this lovely mountain community surrounded by cottages and verdant meadows.
The tennis events occur in the Roy Emerson Arena, named after the five-time record winner from Australia, which seats up to 4,500 spectators. The arena is easily accessible from Gstaad station and, flanked by attractive chalets, gentle hills, and lush meadows, deserve more than a passing glance.
The Swiss Open is an ultimate tennis tournament held in Gstaad, Switzerland. It was formerly known as the Swiss International Championships. The match, conducted since 1898, is played on outdoor clay courts. Between 1970 and 1989, it was a Grand Prix tennis circuit event, and it is now an ATP Tour 250 series tournament on the ATP Tour schedule.
The first tournament was played in 1915 at the Gstaad Palace Hotel, known previously as the Royal Hotel, Winter & Gstaad Palace, arranged in collaboration with the Royal Hotel, Winter & Gstaad Palace. Victor de Coubasch won the event, played on clay courts. Gstaad is located 1,050 meters (3,450 ft) above sea level. It is Europe's highest ATP Tour site. However, it is lower than the Ecuador Open and the old Colombia Open, both held at the Andes.
What The Tournament Has To Offer?
Every year, prominent players attend the tennis competition, including Stefan Edberg, Boris Becker, Yannick Noah, Jim Courier, Roger Federer, and Stan Wawrinka. The 2004 competition, in which Roger Federer won the final match, will be remembered fondly by Swiss viewers.
Off the court, the competition provides lots of entertainment. The tournament village caters to every visitor's needs with restaurants, pubs, sponsor kiosks, and nighttime entertainment following the final match. Fans can get close to their idols and possibly even converse with them during the frequent signing sessions.
Winners of the 2019 Swiss Open Gstaad: Albert Ramos Violas (Spain)
Due to Covid-19, the entire tournament, suspended through 30th July 2020. The 2021 Gstaad Open Swiss is around the corner. From 19th - 25th July 2021, the event will commence at the Roy Emerson Arena in Gstaad, Switzerland.
Ideal for Tennis Enthusiasts
If you are looking for a tennis camp that gets everything just right, this is the one. The Swiss Open offers one of the most stunning settings of any professional tennis event in history, thanks to its location in south-western Switzerland, on the border with France.
Gstaad has something for everyone: beautiful scenery, a booming shopping scene, and a range of good eating and nightlife alternatives. Combine your visit to Gstaad this July with some high-quality tennis at the Swiss Open Gstaad, and you'll have a trip to remember.
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