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 2021, you can experience the 48th ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament at home. To give everyone the opportunity to continue to enjoy top tennis, all matches this year can be seen via the YouTube channel 'ABNAMROtennis'. Check out the daily tournament schedule in order to know when to log on to YouTube and subscribe to the channel, so you don't miss a minute of the action in Rotterdam Ahoy.
In March 2021 the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament will be held in Rotterdam for the 48th time. 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.
Tickets to ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament still valid in 2022
Given the current epidemiological situation and the associated measures, it is less and less likely that a substantial audience will be able to attend. Given the necessary preparation time, it was decided to move the already sold tickets to the 49th edition in 2022.
The step taken now does not mean that there will be no audience by definition. In the event that this does prove possible, people who already have tickets will be contacted. Because capacity is expected to be limited, this will be announced at a later stage and the decision has already been made to move the 2021 tickets to 2022.
Tennis fans can also follow the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament from home. All matches can be followed live on Ziggo Sport, but also on Ziggo Sport Totaal, which will open one of its channels especially for this edition, so that non-subscribers can follow the tournament in its entirety. The final weekend will also be broadcasted by NOS.
Who's playing at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament?
Expect to see these top players in action (among many others):
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.
Gaël Monfils and Stan Wawrinka at the 2019 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.