Thiem Seeks First Vienna Title; When Is The Draw & More
Dominic Thiem enjoyed a breakthrough this past summer, when he won his first title on home soil at the Generali Open in Kitzbuhel. He will look to continue his success in Austria at the Erste Bank Open, an ATP 500 tournament. Thiem, a winner of four tour-level titles this season, will be making his ninth appearance in Vienna, where he is a two-time quarter-finalist.
Matteo Berrettini, a recent semi-finalist in Shanghai, will attempt to strengthen his position in the top eight of the ATP Race to London with a strong showing in Vienna. Gael Monfils, Diego Schwartzman and Karen Khachanov, who trail Berrettini by less than 1,000 points in the standings, will look to gain valuable Race points in order to boost their Nitto ATP Finals hopes.
Here's all you need to know about the Vienna tennis tournament: what is the schedule, where to watch, who has won and more.
Tournament Dates: 21-27 October 2019
Tournament Director: Herwig Straka
Draw Ceremony: Saturday, 19 October, 12:00pm at the Marriott
Schedule (View On Official Website)
* Qualifying: starts Saturday at 11:00am
* Main draw: starts Monday at 2:00pm
* Doubles final: Sunday, 27 October at 11:45am
* Singles final: Sunday, 27 October at 2:00pm
Venue: Wiener Stadthalle
Main Court Seating: 8,800
Surface: Indoor Hard
Prize Money: € 2,296,490 (Total Financial Commitment: € 2,433,810)
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Honour Roll (Open Era)
Most Titles, Singles: Brian Gottfried (4)
Most Titles, Doubles: Bob Hewitt, Anders Jarryd, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Lukasz Kubot, Frew McMillan (3)
Oldest Champion: Tommy Haas, 35, in 2013
Youngest Champion: Horst Skoff, 20, in 1988
Lowest-Ranked Champion (since 1978): No. 175 Anders Jarryd in 1990
Most Match Wins: Brian Gottfried (31)
Singles:  Kevin Anderson (RSA) d  Kei Nishikori (JPN) 63 76(3) Read & Watch
Doubles: Joe Salisbury (GBR) / Neal Skupski (GBR) d Mike Bryan (USA) / Edouard Roger-Vasselin (FRA) 76(5) 63 Read More
Did You Know... Austrian Thomas Muster, a former World No. 1, never won the Vienna title, though he reached the final three times. Horst Skoff became the first Austrian to triumph here, with victory over Muster in the 1988 final. Jurgen Melzer joined Skoff on the honour roll with back-to-back singles titles in 2009-10.