WTA Hamburg Open 2022: Schedule, Live Stream and Prize Money
The 20th edition of the Hamburg European Open is going to take place at the Am Rothenbaum Stadium from July 18–24,2022. It has been categorized as WTA 250. Here you are going to find more information about the WTA Hamburg Open 2022 below.
The event will be led this year by top seed Anett Kontaveit and defending champion Elena-Gabriela Ruse. Last year’s finalist Andrea Petkovic will lead the tournament’s home challenge, which will also include Grand Slam champion Barbora Krejcikova.
The bottom half of the draw is anchored by the second seed, Daria Kasatkina, and the title holder, Elena-Gabriela Ruse.
In their first matches, Aliaksandra Sasnovich and Maryna Zanevska will face Nastasja Schunk and Viktoriya Tomova, respectively.
When is the WTA Hamburg Open 2022
The tournament is going to start on Monday,18 July 2022. The final of the tournament is on Saturday,23 July 2022.
WTA Hamburg Open 2022 Schedule
- Women’s first round – July 17 & 18
- Women’s second round – July 19 & 20
- Women’s quarterfinal – July 21
- Women’s semifinal – July 22
- Women’s final – July 23
How to watch WTA Hamburg Open 2022
From the USA,you can enjoy WTA Hamburg Open 2022 through the Tennis Channel.
From the UK,you can watch via Amazon Prime Video.
If you are from Canada,you can watch it on TSN.
If you are living in Australia,you can watch it on beIN Sports.
In Germany,the whole event will be broadcasted on Sky Deutschland & Servus TV.
In Italy,you can watch it on Sportcast (SuperTennis).
If you are in Spain,you can watch through Telefonica (Movistar).
In Japan,you can enjoy it on WOWOW.
In India,it will be telecasted on Tennis TV.
The people of Serbia,it can be watched on United Media (IKO SportKlub).
Am Rothenbaum is the ground for the European Open 2022.It is located in Harvestehude quarter of Hamburg.It is considered as the main tennis court of the German Open Tennis Championships
- Anett Kontaveit
- Daria Kasatkina
- Andrea Petkovic
- Barbora Krejcikova
- Aliaksandra Sasnovich
- Anhelina Kalinina
- Elena-Gabriela RusePrize money
This year’s tournament has a total prize pool of $251,750, with $239,477.The winner gets a $33,200 check as well as 280 WTA ranking points.
The biggest stars in women’s tennis have arrived in Germany to participate in this renowned tournament.It seems that it is going to be an exciting and really enjoyable tennis competition to watch for the tennis lovers around the globe.