The annual ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament is the biggest tournament of its kind in the Netherlands. Past winners include tennis greats such as Roger Federer, Jo-Wilfred Tsonga, Stan Wawrinka Tomáš Berdych and Juan Martín del Potro.
In February 2024, the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament will be held in Rotterdam for the 51st time. The exact dates are 10 – 18 February 2024, and the location is Rotterdam Ahoy.
Ever since its inception in 1972, the Rotterdam Open has been growing steadily. In 2018, the 45th edition of the World Tennis Tournament drew 122,846 spectators; a record for the Rotterdam-based ATP World Tour 500 series tournament.
Who's playing at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament?
Expect to see these top players in action in the singles tournament:
The field is further completed by:
four players from the qualification tournament
one possible special exempt
one possible A+ wildcard
If the last two are not available, the next registered players will enter the tournament.
While the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament is a men's singles and doubles tournament, the event also includes a Wheelchair Tennis ITF-1 level singles and doubles tournament.
Félix Auger Aliassime wins the 2022 ABN AMRO world tennis tournament in Rotterdam
Past results of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
The Rotterdam Open has been around since 1976 and has had many of tennis' greatest players grace its court. Past winners include tennis legends such as Arthur Ashe (1972, 1975, 1976) and Boris Becker (1992). In 1979 Björn Borg defeated John McEnroe 6-4 6-2 to win the tournament final.
Recent tournament winners include Roger Federer, Jo-Wilfred Tsonga, Stan Wawrinka Tomáš Berdych and Juan Martín del Potro. Roger Federer is tied with Arhur Ashe for the most singles tournament wins at three a piece.
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