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EFG Swiss Open Gstaad

Gstaad
The tournament's first edition was played in 1915, 109 years ago, at the Gstaad Palace Hotel. Gstaad is located 1,050 meters (3,450 feet) above sea level. It is the highest venue for ATP World Tour events in Europe, although much lower than some tournaments held at the Andes. The tennis stadium is named in honor of Roy EMERSON, 12-time Grand Slam champion and five-time winner of the Gstaad tournament. In 2020, the event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Venue: Roy Emerson Arena
Surface: Clay

Dates: Jul 15, 2024 - Jul 21, 2024

tournament categories

1970 - 1989
Grand Prix Circuit
1990 - 1999
World Series ( now - ATP Tour 250 Series )
2000 - 2008
International Series ( now - ATP Tour 250 Series )
2009 - 2024
ATP Tour 250 Series

tournament names in previous years

1970 - 1999
Swiss Open, Gstaad
2000 - 2001
UBS Open, Gstaad
2002 - 2010
Allianz Suisse Open, Gstaad
2011 - 2014
Credit Agricole Suisse Open, Gstaad
2015
Swiss Open, Gstaad
2016 - 2021
J. Safra Sarasin Swiss Open, Gstaad
2022 - 2024
EFG Swiss Open Gstaad

EFG Swiss Open Gstaad - Current Champions

Men's Singles
Men's Doubles

Players who won Men's singles and doubles titles at the same ATP Gstaad