The ATP Swiss Open, also known as ATP Gstaad, is a men’s professional tennis tournament that will be played in Gstaad, Switzerland. Played on outdoor clay courts, the event will start in the third week of July. Get the latest ATP Swiss Open betting tips & predictions below.

This tournament was played for the very first time in 1915 and it is the highest located tournament in Europe. At one stage during the Open Era, it was played under the Grand Prix tennis circuit but since then has joined the ATP 250 tournaments.

The tournament is a part of the ATP World Tour 250 series and this year’s edition will showcase many talented stars from the ATP circuit. In this article, you can find all the ATP Swiss Open latest tips & predictions.

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Latest 2020 Gstaad Open Betting Tips & Odds

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2020 ATP Swiss Open Schedule & Dates

The 2020 edition of the Gstaad Open begins on July 20, played on outdoor red courts and will go all the way through to Sunday, July 26. The qualifiers of the tournament will be held on July 17-19 before the start of the main draw matches with some possible overlap with the opening round.

Player List for 2020 ATP Gstaad

We are yet to get information on the players who might feature in the ATP Gstaad Open for 2020 but to get a fairer idea of the player list for the same, you can take a list at the seeded players who participated in 2019.

Men’s Singles

Roberto Bautista Agut, Fernando Verdasco, Joao Sousa, Dusan Lajovic, Lorenzo Sonego, Corentin Moutet, Pablo Andujar, Roberto Carballes Baena, Henri Laaksonen, Taro Daniel, Denis Istomin, Malek Jaziri.

What Happened at the 2019 ATP Swiss Open?

Albert Ramos Vinolas won his first ever title at the Swiss Open when he defeated Cedrik-Marcel Stebe in the final of the competition in straight sets last year. Since 2012 when Thomaz Bellucci won his second title at the Swiss Open, no player has won the Swiss Open more than once so far. Since the year 2001, only one other player apart from Bellucci has won this title more than once – Jiri Novak.

Previous ATP Swiss Open Champions

2019: Albert Ramos Vinolas
2018: Matteo Berrettini
2017: Fabio Fognini
2016: Feliciano Lopez
2015: Dominic Thiem
2014: Pablo Andujar
2013: Mikhail Youzhny
2012: Thomaz Bellucci
2011: Marcel Granollers
2010: Nicolas Almagro
2009: Thomaz Bellucci

Our latest Swiss Open betting tips and ATP Gstaad predictions for 2020 will be updated above closer to the start of the competition.