The BMW Open tennis tournament is part of the ATP Tour 250 and traditionally takes place in Munich. You can find out how to get tickets, which TV stations broadcast live, schedule and dates here.
In 2022, the BMW Open in tennis will take place from April 23 to May 1. The world’s best tennis players compete in men’s singles and men’s doubles on the venerable MTTC Iphitos. All information regarding Appointment, date and schedule BMW Open in Tennis 2022 and TV broadcast on free TV and free livestream this article clarifies. Where to buy tickets to experience ATP Munich live and on site? What’s special about the BMW Open and MTTC Iphitos, and what’s the prize? This article has the answers to that.
Schedule and times: All dates for the BMW Open in tennis 2022
When will the competitions at the BMW Open 2022 ATP tournament take place, what is the schedule, when will the final take place and when will the “matches of the day” take place? The most important dates in an instant:
- Saturday, April 23, 2022: Qualification, game start at 12.00
- Sunday, April 24, 2022: Qualification, game start at 12.00
- Monday, April 25, 2022: Round 1, game start at 12.00
- Tuesday, April 26, 2022: round 1, game start at 12.00
- Wednesday, April 27, 2022: round of 16, game start at 12.00
- Thursday, April 28, 2022: round of 16, game start at 12.00
- Friday, April 29, 2022: quarterfinals, game start at 12.00
- Saturday, April 30, 2022: semifinals, game start at 12.00
- Sunday, May 1, 2022: Finale, game start at 12.00
Two “matches of the day” are played on each match day: the first around noon. 13.00, the second in the late afternoon from kl. 17.00. Spectators will be locked in the square from kl.
Meetings on 23 April 2022
- A Tabilo vs G Blancaneaux
- D. Dzumhur Vs. J. Lehečka
- E Ymer vs. Y. Hanfmann
- M Kukushink vs. T Monteiro
- Y Nishioka vs. M. Marterer
- D Masur vs. N. Gombos
- H. Laaksonen mod M. Topo
- F Cerundolo vs E Gerasimo
Meetings April 24, 2022
- M.Topo vs. N. Gombos
- J. Herassimau vs. T Monteiro
- Y Nishioka vs. Y. Hanfmann
- A. Tabilovs. J. Lehecka
Meetings April 25, 2022
- M. Kecmanovic Vs. M. Rehberg
- N. Gombos vs a molcaner
- P. Kohlschreiber vs. D Altmaier
- Y Nishioka vs. E. Ruusuvuori
- J. Lehecka vs. H. Rune
- M Cressy vs. D Evans
- M. Fucsovics Vs. J Millman
BMW Open in tennis: Watch ATP Munich 22 live on free TV and free in the stream
As in the previous year BR comprehensive and live BMW Open in tennis 2022. Quarterfinals and semifinals as well as the final and selected other games are broadcast in the free livestream BR24sport.de. From the quarterfinals brings BR also all matches for free on free tv.
ran.de shows from round 1 all parts of BMW open in tennis 2022 in the free livestream. on ran.de and in the running app you can follow ATP Munich live and for free.
Pay TV station sky broadcasts the “top tournaments” of the ATP Tour. sky Sport 1 and sky Sport 2. However, according to current status, the BMW Open is not one of them.
ATP’s own streaming service tennistv.com shows all tournaments, including the BMW Open, in livestream. This service is also for a fee.
Close by: How to get tickets for the BMW Open in Munich 2022
Apart from the BMW Open, there are only two other tournaments on the ATP Tour in Germany: the Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart and the Noventi Open in Halle. For German tennis fans, ATP Munich offers the rare opportunity to follow the tennis elite up close and live on the court. The Center Court of Munich Tennis and Tournament Club (MTTC) Iphitos can accommodate up to 4,300 spectators. It is not yet clear how many of these can be proven due to the pandemic. The unredeemed tickets from 2021 will remain valid without the need for rebooking.
Depending on the match day, ticket prices start at 20 to 54 euros. You can buy tickets for the BMW Open online at ticket-onlineshop.com.
Participants: These tennis pros will serve at the BMW Open 2022
The starting field is 28 players in men’s singles and 16 in men’s doubles. As another ATP tournament is held in Estoril, Portugal in parallel with the BMW Open, the field of participation is often dominated by German tennis professionals Jan Lennard Struff, Daniel Altmeier and wildcard holders Philip Kohlschreiber included.
The most famous name is probably Olympic champion Alexander Zverev on the list of participants in the BMW Open in tennis 2022. The 24-year-old is one of the top favorites for ATP Munich. For the first time in the history of the tournament, there is another top ten player. Caspar Ruud currently ranks 8th in the world rankings. Zverev starts the tournament on Wednesday and will most likely deliver the “match of the day”. It starts for Ruud on Thursday, probably also as a “match of the day”.
Against this top of the world rankings, it will be Georgia’s defending champion Nikoloz Basilashvili not easy, which also announced its engagement in the BMW Open 2022.
Record winner and prize money at ATP Munich
Nearly 500,000 euros in prize money will be paid out at the BMW Open 2022. Of this, the winner will receive around 80,000 euros. A sponsor’s car is also waiting bmw almost 45,000 euros worth on him. Last year, Georgian tennis pro Nikolos Basilashvili defeated German Jan-Lennard Struff in the final.
The current record holder for most overall victories is German Philipp Kohlschreiber, who won the ATP tournament in Munich three times: 2007, 2012 and 2016. Before the Open Era, American Budge Patty and German Gottfried von Cramm each secured three titles.
Munich Tennis and Tournament Club (MTTC) Iphitos: Scene from the BMW Open
MTTC Iphitos hosts the ATP Tournament in Munich every year on its large sand court, Center Court. Founded in 1892 by, among others, Prince Albert of Bavaria, it was first tennis club Munich. The name Iphitos is dedicated to the Greek king Iphitos of Elis, co-founder of the Olympic Games in ancient Greece.
In 1900, here were the first Bavaria International Tennis Championships held. The club is very much in the tradition, so it is only allowed to play in white tennis clothes on the front courts in front of the clubhouse.
In addition to the BMW Open, the international Davis Cup has already taken place in the acclaimed Iphitos Tennis Club.
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