The fifth edition of the European Open will be played in Antwerp like the previous seasons this year in October. The tournament has some of the top-most players who will take to court and this will be one of the last tournaments of this curtailed 2020 season. Get all the European Open live streaming options below from Antwerp.
Looking to watch the Antwerp Open live streaming online?
- For tennis fans in the UK, Europe, Australia & elsewhere go to bet365 > Tennis > Live Streaming here* to watch & bet on the ATP & WTA tennis live.
*Geo-restrictions apply & pre-funded account needed
The winner of this Antwerp Open pockets 250 points since it is a part of the ATP 250 circuit and the prize money of 109,310 EUR. The doubles winners get 33,210 EUR.
The European Open is a men’s ATP World Tour 250 series tournament taking place in Antwerp, Belgium. It was new for the 2016 ATP World Tour.
This is relatively new addition to the ATP Series and will be only its fifth edition. It is the only ATP Tour tournament in Belgium.
The winner of the inaugural event was Richard Gasquet, with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Kyle Edmund triumphing in 2017 and 2018, respectively. It remains to be seen who all will be in action for this season’s European Open whose live stream will be available online.
2020 ATP European Open Schedule & Dates:
The tournament is set to commence on October 19 and will go on till October 25. The matches will be played on indoor hard courts in Antwerp, Belgium. The qualifying matches will be played before the tournament begins with the men’s singles final to be held on October 25.
Player List for the 2020 ATP Antwerp Open
Some of the top players involved with the Antwerp Open include Andrey Rublev and David Goffin but more information on it is still awaited given some of the players associated with this tournament might be featuring in other tournaments in the previous week.
For now, here’s the list of players who can be expected to take part at this European Open competition.
- Andrey Rublev
- David Goffin
- Pablo Carreño Busta
- Karen Khachanov
- Grigor Dimitrov
- Milos Raonic
- Dušan Lajović
- Alex De Minaur
What Happened at the 2019 ATP European Open?
It was Andy Murray who made a solid comeback to the world of tennis with a title win at the European Open last year. This came on the back of Murray having earlier announced he might not play tennis again at the start of the season.
Murray defeated good old friend Andy Murray in the final, overcoming a set deficit to clinch his first title since 2017. Incidentally, Wawrinka was the only seeded player to reach the semifinal of the tournament and was joined by Jannik Sinner and Ugo Humbert other than Murray himself.
In 2018, the top seed Kyle Edmund battled his way into the finals. Edmund ousted some of the top players seeded in the tournament in the process of making it to the finals.
The other finalist was the Frenchman Gael Monfils. He had a topsy turvy tournament as he clashed against Diego Schwartzman in semi finals but Monfils bested him in straight sets to set a final tie against Kyle Edmund.
Edmund captured the first ATP World Tour title of his career in dramatic fashion, defeating Frenchman Monfils 3-6, 7-6(2), 7-6(4) to win the European Open in Antwerp.
Previous European Open Title Winners
2019: Andy Murray
2018: Kyle Edmund
2017: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
2016: Richard Gasquet
How to watch the 2020 European Open Live Streaming online?
One of most effective ways to watch this competition live in 2020 is to join either Bet365.com or Unibet.com – two of the largest bookmakers in the world. What you could do after you joining them is to deposit a small amount into your bet365 or Unibet accounts, click on live streaming and select the tournament in question – i.e. European Open, to start watching it.
Both sides allow you to watch and bet on tennis live streaming from around the world and this is one of those events you can use. Here’s how you can do this.
- Go to www.bet365.com
- Register with www.bet365.com (or log in to you 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 European Open live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top
Remember, these streams are geo-restricted, so you might want to check for the list of countries where you can watch these streams live. You will also need to deposit $10 or equivalent or have bet in the past 24 hours to be able to use this method.
Watch European Open Live with TennisTV.com
There is another option. Join TennisTV.com, the official live streaming partner of the ATP World Tour that provides live streaming for all the ATP tournaments during the year and you can watch events like the Masters and ATP World Tour Finals. Of course, you will have to pay a small sum here, of $14.99 per month but you can get access to full replays and exclusive player interviews, without any interruption.
European Open on TV
Tennis fans from all over the world should be able to watch the European Open live on TV on different channels. More information on this will be revealed closer to the start of the competition.