Bautista Agut Returns To Action In Gstaad; All You Need To Know

All about the ATP 250 tennis tournament in Gstaad, Switzerland

The J. Safra Sarasin Swiss Open Gstaad, founded in 1915, is one of two ATP 250 clay-court tournaments in Switzerland and counts Roger Federer amongst its champions.

The 2019 field will be led by 2018 finalist Roberto Bautista Agut, returning to action following his delayed bachelor party and a semi-final run at Wimbledon (l. to Djokovic), Spaniard Fernando Verdasco and Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters runner-up Dusan Lajovic. Pablo Andujar, the 2014 titlist, also features. 

Here's all you need to know about the Gstaad tennis tournament: what is the schedule, where to watch, who has won and more. 

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Established: 1915

Tournament Dates: 22-28 July 2019

Tournament Director: Jean-François Collet

Draw Ceremony: Saturday, 20 July

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Schedule (View On Official Website)
* Qualifying: Saturday and Sunday
* Main draw: Monday - Friday at 10:30am, Saturday at 11:00am
* Doubles final: Sunday, 28 July at 11:30am
* Singles final: Sunday, 28 July following doubles final

How To Watch
Watch Live On Tennis TV 
TV Schedule

Venue: Roy Emerson Arena
Main Court Seating: 4,500

Prize Money: €524,340 (Total Financial Commitment: €586,140) 

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View Who Is Playing, Past Champions, Seeds, Points & Prize Money Breakdown

Honour Roll (Open Era)
Most Titles, Singles: Sergi Bruguera, Alex Corretja (3)
Most Titles, Doubles: David Rikl (4)
Oldest Champion: Ken Rosewall, 40, in 1975
Youngest Champion: Richard Gasquet, 20, in 2006
Lowest-Ranked Champion (since 1979): No. 119 Thomaz Bellucci in 2009
Most Match Wins: Sergi Bruguera (32)

2018 Finals
Singles: Matteo Berrettini (ITA) d [2] Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) 76(9) 64   Read & Watch
Doubles: [PR] Matteo Berrettini (ITA) / Daniele Bracciali (ITA) d Denys Molchanov (UKR) / Igor Zelenay (SVK) 76(2) 76(5)  Read More

Social
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Facebook: @SwissOpenGstaad
Twitter: @SwissOpenGstaad
Instagram: @swissopengstaad

Did You Know... Roger Federer was presented with a cow during a homecoming celebration in 2003 after winning his first Wimbledon title. Federer fell in the final that year to Jiri Novak but won the title in 2004. He made a long-awaited return in 2013 and was again gifted a cow in a special ceremony.

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