The Hungarian Open, also known as ATP Budapest, is a men’s professional tennis tournament that is a part of the ATP World Tour 250 Series. Played on outdoor clay courts, the event has been around the block since 2017 and you can get the latest ATP Hungarian Open betting tips and predictions here.
Within two years of its inception, the tournament has become quite popular in Hungary. Some of the top players from the world have already taken part in the Budapest Open as you can see from the player list below and if you are looking at our experts’ latest 2020 ATP Budapest tips & predictions, you can find them below.
The list of participants for the 202 edition of the tournament will be updated a few weeks before the event begins. We will update this page with the latest information accordingly. In the meantime, take a look at all that happened in the previous seasons.
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Latest 2020 ATP Hungarian Open Betting Tips & Odds
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2020 ATP Hungarian Open Schedule & Dates
The forthcoming edition of the Hungarian Open will kick-start from April 20 with its first round matches. The qualifiers will obviously be played three days before that while the final will be held on Sunday, April 26.
Player List for the 2020 ATP Budapest
The player list for the 2020 Budapest Open will be revealed soon but for now, here’s a list of all the seeded players who featured in the competition last year.
Marin Cilic, Borna Coric, Marco Cecchinato, Nikoloz Basilashvili, Laslo Djere, John Millman, Mikhail Kukushkin, Radu Albot
What Happened at the 2019 Hungarian Open?
Unseeded Matteo Berrettini defeated Serbian qualifier Filip Krajinovic in the final of the 2019 edition of the Hungarian Open to win the title. He would go on to qualify for the ATP Finals for his first time ever later in the year. The only seeded player in the tournament to make it to the final four stage was Laslo Djere, and he went out to Berrettini.
Top seeded Marin Cilic had an opening round bye but was knocked out in the second, while second seeded Borna Coric made it to the quarterfinal before going down, and as did Nikoloz Basilashvili.
In 2018, the top four seeds were awarded to Lucas Pouille, Damir Dzumhur, Richard Gasquet, and Denis Shapovalov respectively. The four players enjoyed a bye into the second round. Interestingly, none of these players made it to the next round and succumbed in straight sets in their opening matches.
At the end of the day, the tournament was won by the Italian Marco Cecchinato. It was the Italian’s first singles title on the ATP Tour and it is quite a tale of how he moved on to lift his first trophy.
Cecchinato started in the 2018 ATP Budapest as a qualifier. After winning his first match in the qualifiers, he faced the Estonian Jürgen Zopp in the decider. However, the Italian lost that match in straight sets and was effectively knocked out of the competition.
Things took a turn for the 26-year-old when Laslo Dere withdrew from the tournament. Cecchinato was given a ticket to the main as a lucky loser and the rest is history. He defeated three seeded players on his course to the final – Dzumhur, seventh seed Jan-Lennard Struff and the eighth seed Andreas Seppi.
In the final, he met John Millman whom he defeated 7-5, 6-4, to be crowned as the 2018 Gazprom Hungarian Open champion. Cecchinato also became the ninth player in the ATP Tour history to win a title as a lucky loser.
Previous ATP Budapest Winners
2019: Matteo Berrettini
2018: Marco Cecchinato
2017: Lucas Pouille
We will update our tips & predictions for the 2019 Hungarian Open as soon as the entire list of participants is released. Watch this space for more information.