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Hamburg European Open Rothenbaum Hamburg Tennisstadion aus der Zuschauer:innensicht mit Blick auf den Ascheplatz und das gegenüberliegende Publikum
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  • Day ticket Hamburg European Open
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The ultimate tournament at the Rothenbaum Hamburg European Open

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The Hamburg European Open will take place again from the 16th till 24th of July 2022. Germany's oldest and largest tennis tournament will be held as a "combined event", meaning that the men and women of the tennis world will compete parallel at the Rothenbaum. There are only five other mixed tournaments in Europe - Wimbledon, the French Open, the two Masters tournaments in Rome and Madrid, and Eastbourne in England. The last time such a tournament was held at the Rothenbaum was in 1978.

Grand Slam feeling in the sports city of Hamburg

It was not until 2021 that women's tennis returned to Hamburg for the first time since 2002 at the Hamburg European Open. The tournament was won by Romanian Elena-Gabriela Ruse in the final against tournament ambassador Andrea Petkovic. Andrea Petkovic will compete herself again this year. In addition, Danielle Collins from the USA (No. 8 in the world rankings) has already announced her participation in the 116th edition of the clay court classic. So the fans can look forward to spectacular matches on a lavishly modernised centre court at the Rothenbaum.

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Hand in hand to tournament success

Hamburg has the organising father-daughter duo Peter-Michael Reichel and Sandra Reichel to thank for the tournament's further development. By acquiring a 250 WTA tournament licence, they raised the storytelling of the women's and men's tour to a new level. While last year the women's and men's tournaments were staggered by one week, this year they will now be held in parallel. "For me, this is a dream come true!" explains Tournament Director Sandra Reichel. "For me, a combined tournament is the ultimate product for tennis fans."

Tickets also for the small purse

Once again this year, you can purchase a season ticket in categories 1 and 2, which is valid from 18 to 24 July. For the qualifier on 16 July, tickets can even be booked from 20 euros. A special offer at this year's Hamburg European Open are the "Weekend Tickets", with which you can experience the men's semi-finals, the women's final on Saturday and the men's final on Sunday on the final weekend (23 and 24 July) from 160 euros. Incidentally, wheelchair users and their companions will be admitted free of charge, and concessions will be offered for people with disabilities, schoolchildren, students and trainees.

Activities off the court

In addition to the clay courts, there will be a number of special events, such as the "ARRIBA Family Day" on 17 July and the "Kids' Day" on 18 July, when all children and young people up to 16 years of age can look forward to free admission. In addition, three programme-rich inclusion days, including a show match of tennis players in wheelchairs, will give as many people as possible the opportunity to take part in the long-awaited event in the Active City.

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Hinweise: * If applicable plus service fee

1. The voucher can be redeemed at or at the Service Centre on +49 (0) 40 300 51 544 when booking a Hamburg travel package until 31.12.2022. The minimum booking value is € 400.00. The redemption conditions at apply. Organiser: Hamburg Tourismus GmbH, Wexstraße 7, 20355 Hamburg

2. With us as your travel partner, you can rebook your trip free of charge up to 7 days before arrival with our cancellation guarantee - valid for bookings until 30.06.2022.


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