Part of the men’s ATP tour, the German Open in Hamburg is a tennis tournament which takes place at the city’s Rothenbaum tennis centre. With the matches played on fast clay courts, the tournament has attracted top-name players from around the world. Roger Federer, Goran Ivanišević and Rafael Nadal have all played on the Hamburg Courts with the top-ranking Spaniard taking the title in 2015. Come to Hamburg in July to see whether the Czech Republic’s Martin Kližan can successfully defend his title.
The German Open takes place at the Rothenbaum tennis centre near the Außenalster. There are several ticketing options depending on the day you’d like to attend - you can access them all here. Prices range from €19 to €79 with season tickets for entry to all matches throughout the week-long tournament also available. All tickets for the tennis also grant you free public transport on Hamburg’s transport bus and rail network - plan your journey to Rothenbaum here. If you’re flying in for the German Open, your nearest airport is Hamburg International. From there, take the overground train S1 to Ohlsdorf. Change to the U1 underground system and you’ll find the tennis centre close to Hallerstraße station.
There are various discounts on offer if you’d like to attend the tennis in Hamburg. The Tuesday of the tournament is Ladies’ Day when female visitors receive a 15% discount on the ticket price. There will also be another Monday Kids Day this year, the ideal time for a family outing, with free admission for everyone under the age of 12. If you’ve never had a chance to see some of the greats of the game, get a ticket for the ‘Legenden Classics’ - a face-off between legendary players. John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl and Pat Cash have all participated to prove they’ve still got what it takes.
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There’s plenty to do in this beautiful Northern city so make sure you leave enough time to check out all the sights, including: the famous Reeperbahn, the Port of Hamburg and the Alster Lakes.
To find out more information about this event, please head to the official website where you’ll be able to see a full schedule of the 2018 matches, buy tickets and check out all of the 2017 results.
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