Geneva Open Live Streaming & TV Options

Geneva Open, also known as Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open for sponsorship reasons, is a men’s professional tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts in May every year. It is usually the last clay tournament before the prestigious French Open. Here, you will find the latest 2021 Geneva Open live streaming options and TV guide.

Needless to mention, it is going to be an action-packed week in Geneva as the players rush to build their momentum and confidence before the ultimate clay showdown in Paris. The event is a part of the ATP World Tour 250 Series and will take place at the Tennis Club de Geneve in Geneva, Switzerland.

The upcoming edition will be the 18th one of the tournament. Through the years, the event has featured many top players like Alexander Zverev, Stan Wawrinka, Marin Cilic, Bjorn Borg, Thomaz Bellucci, Joao Sousa, David Ferrer, John Isner, among others.

Latest ATP Geneva Open live streaming options will be updated below.

2021 Geneva Open Schedule & Dates

The schedule for the Geneva Open will be released soon.

The 2020 tournament was to begin on Monday, May 18 with its first round matches and the competition was to go on till Saturday, May 23. The qualifiers was to take place on the weekend before its first round matches.

Player List for the 2021 Geneva Open

The 2021 edition of the Geneva Open can be expected to feature many renowned players but the exact player list will only be revealed closer to the start of the tournament. For now, here’re the players who took part in the 2019 Geneva Open.

Men’s Singles

Alexander Zverev, Stan Wawrinka, Cristian Garín, Márton Fucsovics, Radu Albot, Adrian Mannarino, Matthew Ebden, Andreas Seppi.

What Happened at the 2020 Geneva Open?

There was no tournament held in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Alexander Zverev will walk into this year’s Geneva Open as the defending champion after winning the title in 2019 by beating Nicolas Jarry in the final in a tense, three-setter that went to a tie-breaker in the final. He won 6-3, 3-6, 7-6.

Only two seeded players including Zverev made it to the quarter-final last year in Geneva, with the fifth seeded Radu Albot also reaching the semifinal where he lost to Jarry. Second seeded Stan Wawrinka was knocked out in the second round by Damir Dzumhur despite leading by a set.

This was after the tournament was won by the Hungarian Marton Fucsovics in 2018. He won the first title of his career in a rather spectacular fashion, defeating Peter Gojowczyk in the final in straight sets.

Fucsovics had a dream run of sorts in Geneva, starting with Albert Ramos Vinolas. Then, he defeated Frances Tiafoe and Stan Wawrinka in straight sets to set up a semifinal clash with Steve Johnson. Needless to mention, it was one of the better performances by Fucsovics.

As for Gojowczyk, he too toppled some big players on the way to the final. He survived a massive threat from Ivo Karlovic in the opener and then moved past David Ferrer and Andreas Seppi. In the semifinal, he met Fognini and made little work of the Italian as he dispatched him with 6-4, 6-4.

Previous Geneva Open Champions

2020: Not Held
2019: Alexander Zverev
2018: Marton Fucsovics
2017: Stan Wawrinka
2016: Stan Wawrinka
2015: Thomaz Bellucci

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Watch 2021 Geneva Open Live Streaming

If you are looking for information on how to watch the ATP Geneva live streaming on your device, then you have come to the right place. In this article, we will tell you how to find the 2021 Geneva Open live streaming links.

The best way to live stream tennis tournaments or any sporting event for that matter is by joining a world-class bookmaker. All you need here is a pre-funded account or you need to have bet at least 24 hours before the event to be able to watch the streaming. There are plenty of options here though based on our experience and reviews from thousands of punters, we recommend Bet365.

You can catch all the tennis action from the Geneva Open 2021 live with Bet365. Being one of the world’s most trusted bookmakers, they are also known for their world-class platform and top-notch systems to live stream every single major sporting event.

As mentioned before, you need a pre-funded account with a minimum deposit of $10 or more. Once you have that, you can visit the live streaming tab and select the ‘ATP Geneva’ option to catch all the action live. This tournament is just one of the 100,000+ events that Bet365 live streams every year. Needless to mention, you will always be entertained.

Here is the process you can follow to watch the Geneva Open live on your device:

  • Go to Bet365.com here
  • Register with Bet365.com (or log in to your account)
  • Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency). You can either let that remain in your account or should have bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
  • Select the ‘ATP Geneva’ live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top

Keep in mind that this site requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours.

Remember, geo-restrictions might apply.

If you have any other problems accessing the Geneva Open live stream, kindly let us know in the comments section below.

Other Options

In addition to Bet365, there is another bookmaker that offers live streaming services – Unibet.com.

Unibet also covers a broad spectrum of sports and tennis events like the one in Geneva. You can follow the event live on their page by creating an account and making a small deposit of $10 or more. Alternately, you must have bet in the last 24 hours of the stream using the same account to access the live streaming link.

Here too, geo-restrictions may apply.

Lastly, you also have Tennis TV – the official live streaming partner of the ATP Tour. They live stream all the ATP matches every year, for a standard subscription fee of $14.99/month.

ATP Geneva Open TV Guide

The official TV guide for the tournament will be updated a few days before the tournament begins.