ATP Hamburg Live Streaming for 2020 - Watch Hamburg European Open Live

Hamburg European Open Live Streaming and TV Options

The Hamburg Open 2021, also known as the Hamburg European Open and the German Open Tennis Championships is a men’s professional tennis tournament organized by the ATP World Tour. The winner here will be awarded with 500 ranking points which will play an important role in determining year-end rankings. All the information on how to watch the 2021 ATP Hamburg live streaming can be found below.

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*Geo-restrictions apply & pre-funded account needed

As a tennis fan, you simply cannot afford to miss this outdoor, clay-court tournament. It is one of the 13 ATP 500 series tournaments on the circuit and typically it pretty much wraps up the action on the European front before moving on to the US Open swing.

It takes place at the Am Rothenbaum arena in Hamburg and will feature many promising stars on the men’s circuit.

The upcoming edition will be the 114th version of the tournament, making it one of the oldest tennis events in Germany. The likes of Rafael Nadal, Florian Mayer, Leonardo Mayer, Gilles Simon, Fabio Fognini, Roger Federer, David Ferrer, and others have participated in the competition. For the 2020 ATP Hamburg too, the action promises to live up to the hype.

2021 Hamburg Open Schedule & Dates

This year’s Hamburg Open will be played on both, the men’s and women’s circuit. The WTA Hamburg Open will kick-start from July 6 and go on till July 11 while the men’s edition will be held the following week, from July 12 onward.

Player List for the 2021 ATP Hamburg Open

The list of players for the 2021 edition of the tournament can be found below.

Men’s Singles

Stefanos Tsitsipas, Pablo Carreno Busta, Aslan Karatsev, Lorenzo Sonego, Nikoloz Basilashvili, Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Dusan Lajovic.

Women’s Singles

Dayana Yastremska, Yulia Putintseva, Tamara Zidanšek, Danielle Collins, Fiona Ferro, Jil Teichmann, Bernarda Pera, Caroline Garcia.

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Watch the 2021 ATP Hamburg Open Live Streaming

The 2021 ATP Hamburg Open promises to be a thrilling affair. If you are looking for live streaming options for the tournament, you have come to the right place.

You can catch all the tennis action from the 2021 ATP Tour, including the Hamburg Open with Bet365. Being one of the world’s most trusted bookmakers, they are also known for their exceptional live streaming services across all major sporting events.

What you need here is 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 Hamburg’ option to catch all the action live. The best part is that this tournament is just one of the 100,000 plus events that Bet365 live streams every year.

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

  • Go to
  • Register with (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 Hamburg live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top

Please remember, 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.

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Other Options

In addition to Bet365, there is another bookmaker that offers live streaming services – also covers a broad spectrum of sports and tennis events like the Hamburg European Open live. 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.

Remember that geo-restrictions may apply.

If you aren’t keen on wagering or watching the 2021 ATP Hamburg live streaming using the options mentioned above, then you can also consider signing up for Tennis TV – the official live stream partner of ATP World Tour.

Starting at just $14.99, Tennis TV subscription gives you unrestricted access to all the ATP matches – live and highlights through the season. It is ad-free, full HD, and is supported on all leading platforms like Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Xbox One, Playstation 4, Chromecast, et cetera.

2021 ATP Hamburg Open Live on TV

The TV guide for the tournament will be updated soon.

Hamburg Open 2021 Tickets

If you intend on watching the Hamburg Open from the Rothenbaum Tennis Stadium, information on that will be released here soon.

For the last edition, the tournament organisers decided to open up the tournament for the fans and a total of little over 2000 spectators will be allowed to watch the competition every day from the stadium.

You could buy the Hamburg Open 2020 tickets here.

You will obviously need to abide by a few rules given these are Covid-19 times. Some of these rules include the need to personalise the tickets with name, address and telephone number mentioned on it which means it would be tougher to give them off to someone else to use. To be able to change the above, you would have to email

You can buy either one or two tickets. The organisers will ensure these tickets are secluded by a minimum distance of 1.5 meters between a group. You would also have to give an undertaking you do not have fever or any respiratory issues on the given day, not come in close contact with anyone suffering from the illness, and not stayed in a risk area.

A mask covering the mouth and nose has to be worn at all times.

These and the other requirements can also be found above while booking your Hamburg Open tickets for this season.

What Happened at the 2020 ATP Hamburg Open?

Andrey Rublev’s form in 2020 was rather exemplary and one of the tournaments he won was the Hamburg Open. In a tense three-setter final, Rublev overcame the second seeded Stefanos Tsitsitpas to lift the trophy.

Rublev had earlier defeated Roberto Bautista-Agut and Casper Ruud in the previous rounds as well, while Tsitsipas needed to come through against Cristian Garin in the semifinal.

The top and third seeds, Daniil Medvedev and Gael Monfils were both knocked out in the first round of the tournament.

Nikoloz Basilashvili made it two titles in a row in 2019 when he defeated Andrey Rublev in the final in a gritty three-setter. He took the match 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 to lift the trophy. Basilashvili, seeded fourth in the competition had a tough draw which needed him to overcome Alexander Zverev to make it to the final and he did so despite being a few match-points down.

In the other semifinal, Rublev overcame Pablo Carreno Busta to make it to the final. Rublev had earlier stunned the top seeded Dominic Thiem in the quarterfinals in two tie-breakers and Busta had edged out Fabio Fognini.

Basilashvili of Georgia won his maiden title on the ATP Tour in the 2018 Hamburg Open, defeating Leonardo Mayer – the defending champion – in the final with 4-6, 6-0, 5-7.

Interestingly, Basilashvili started his journey as a qualifier and first defeated the number five seed Philipp Kohlschreiber. After that, he knocked out Pablo Cuevas ad Pablo Carreno Busta before moving past Nicolas Jarry in the semifinal. The Georgian had a couple of three-setters but managed to navigate them with finesse and maturity.

Among the top seeds, we had Alexander Zverev and Diego Schwartzman, both of them fell in the third round in an unexpected defeat. As for the runner-up Mayer, he enjoyed a particularly good run as well, moving past Gael Monfils, Schwartzman, and Jozef Kovalik on the way to the final.

Previous ATP Hamburg Open Winners

2020: Andrey Rublev
2019: Nikoloz Basilashvili
2018: Nikoloz Basilashvili
2017: Leonardo Mayer
2016: Martin Klizan
2015: Rafael Nadal
2014: Leonardo Mayer
2013: Fabio Fognini
2012: Juan Monaco
2011: Gilles Simon
2010: Andrey Golubev
2009: Nikolay Davydenko