ATP Brisbane - ATP Brisbane

Tennis Brisbane International
"Brisbane International" tournament logo
ATP Tour
venue Brisbane
AustraliaAustralia Australia
First run 1987
Last run 2019
category Tour 250
Tournament type Free place tournament
Game surface Hard court
draw 28E/16Q/16D
Prize money 527.880 US$
Center Court 5,500 spectators
Website Official website
Status: tournament closed

The Brisbane ATP tournament (officially: Brisbane International ; from 1987 to 1992 Queensland Open ) was an Australian men's tennis tournament . It was first set up on indoor hard courts in Brisbane , Queensland in 1987 , and was discontinued in 1992. In 2009 it was held again as the successor to the Adelaide tournament. The competition had a 32 field in singles and a 16 field in doubles, was played on outdoor hard courts and was part of the ATP Tour 250 . Brisbane was next to Doha and Chennai until the endone of three tournaments that opened the tennis season; the event was held together with the women's competition at the beginning of January two weeks before the Australian Open . Since the game was played on the same surface as in Melbourne, the tournament was considered good preparation for the first Grand Slam tournament of the year. In 2019 the tournament was discontinued in favor of the ATP Cup , which will take place at the same time in the same place. The women's tournament, however, will continue. [1] For the tournament in Adelaide was held again.

The tournament has been held in the Queensland Tennis Center since the relocation from Adelaide , the Center Court is located in a stadium named after the Queensland tennis player Patrick Rafter . In singles Andy Murray is the only multiple title winner with two successes, in doubles Todd Woodbridge , Marc Gicquel , Daniel Nestor and John Peers are record winners with two titles each.

Center Court in der Pat-Rafter-Arena
Pat Rafter Arena from the outside

Winners list

singles

year winner Final opponent Result
2019 JapanJapan Kei Nishikori RussiaRussia Daniil Medvedev 6:4, 3:6, 6:2
2018 AustraliaAustralia Nick kyrgios United StatesUnited States Ryan Harrison 6:4, 6:2
2017 BulgariaBulgaria Grigor Dimitrow JapanJapan Kei Nishikori 6:2, 2:6, 6:3
2016 CanadaCanada Milos Raonic SwitzerlandSwitzerland Roger Federer 6:4, 6:4
2015 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Roger Federer CanadaCanada Milos Raonic 6:4, 6:72, 6:4
2014 AustraliaAustralia Lleyton Hewitt SwitzerlandSwitzerland Roger Federer 6:1, 4:6, 6:3
2013 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Andy Murray (2) BulgariaBulgaria Grigor Dimitrow 7:60, 6:4
2012 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Andy Murray (1) UkraineUkraine Oleksandr Dolhopolow 6:1, 6:3
2011 SwedenSweden Robin Söderling United StatesUnited States Andy Roddick 6:3, 7:5
2010 United StatesUnited States Andy Roddick Czech RepublicCzech Republic Radek Stepanek 7:62, 7:67
2009 Czech RepublicCzech Republic Radek Stepanek SpainSpain Fernando Verdasco 3:6, 6:3, 6:4
1993–2008: not held
1992 FranceFrance Guillaume Raoux DenmarkDenmark Kenneth Carlsen 6:4, 7:610
1991 ItalyItaly Gianluca Pozzi United StatesUnited States Aaron Krickstein 6:3, 7:64
1990 United StatesUnited States Brad Gilbert United StatesUnited States Aaron Krickstein 6:3, 6:1
1989 SwedenSweden Nicklas Kroon AustraliaAustralia Mark Woodforde 4:6, 6:2, 6:4
1988 United StatesUnited States Tim Mayotte United StatesUnited States Marty Davis 6:4, 6:4
1987 New ZealandNew Zealand Kelly Evernden GermanyGermany Eric Jelen 3:6, 6:1, 6:1

Double

year winner Final opponent Final result
2019 New ZealandNew Zealand Marcus Daniell
NetherlandsNetherlands Wesley Koolhof
United StatesUnited States Rajeev Ram
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Joe Salisbury
6:4, 7:66
2018 FinlandFinland Henri Kontinen (2)
AustraliaAustralia John Peers (3)
ArgentinaArgentina Leonardo Mayer
ArgentinaArgentina Horacio Zeballos
3:6, 6:3, [10:2]
2017 AustraliaAustralia Thanasi Kokkinakis
AustraliaAustralia Jordan Thompson
LuxemburgLuxembourg Gilles Muller
Vereinigte StaatenUnited States Sam Querrey
7:67, 6:4
2016 FinnlandFinland Henri Kontinen (1)
AustralienAustralia John Peers (2)
AustralienAustralia James Duckworth
AustralienAustralia Chris Guccione
7:64, 6:1
2015 Vereinigtes KonigreichUnited Kingdom Jamie Murray
AustralienAustralia John Peers (1)
UkraineUkraine Oleksandr Dolhopolow
JapanJapan Kei Nishikori
6:3, 7:64
2014 PolenPoland Mariusz Fyrstenberg
KanadaCanada Daniel Nestor (2)
KolumbienColombia Juan Sebastian Cabal
KolumbienColombia Robert Farah
6:74, 6:4, [10:7]
2013 BrasilienBrazil Marcelo melo
SpanienSpain Tommy Robredo
Vereinigte StaatenUnited States Eric Butorac
AustralienAustralia Paul Hanley
4:6, 6:1, [10:5]
2012 WeissrusslandBelarus Max Mirny
KanadaCanada Daniel Nestor (1)
OsterreichAustria Jürgen Melzer
DeutschlandGermany Philipp Petzschner
6:1, 6:2
2011 TschechienCzech Republic Lukáš Dlouhý
AustralienAustralia Paul Hanley
SchwedenSweden Robert Lindstedt
RumänienRomania Horia Tecău
6: 4, task
2010 FrankreichFrance Jeremy Chardy
FrankreichFrance Marc Gicquel
(2)
TschechienCzech Republic Lukáš Dlouhý
IndienIf Leander Paes
6:3, 7:65
2009 FrankreichFrance Marc Gicquel (1)
FrankreichFrance Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
SpanienSpain Fernando Verdasco
DeutschlandGermany Mischa Zverev
6:4, 6:3
1993–2008: not held
1992 Vereinigte StaatenUnited States Steve DeVries
AustralienAustralia David Macpherson
Vereinigte StaatenUnited States Patrick McEnroe
Vereinigte StaatenUnited States Jonathan Stark
6:4, 6:4
1991 AustralienAustralia Mark Woodforde
AustralienAustralia Todd Woodbridge
(2)
AustralienAustralia John Fitzgerald
KanadaCanada Glenn Michibata
7:6, 6:3
1990 AustralienAustralia Jason Stoltenberg
AustralienAustralia Todd Woodbridge
(1)
Vereinigte StaatenUnited States Brian Garrow
AustralienAustralia Mark Woodforde
2:6, 6:4, 6:4
1989 AustralienAustralia Darren Cahill
AustralienAustralia Mark Kratzmann
AustralienAustralia Broderick Dyke
AustralienAustralia Simon Youl
6:4, 5:7, 6:0
1988 DeutschlandGermany Eric Jelen
DeutschlandGermany Carl-Uwe Steeb
KanadaCanada Grant Connell
KanadaCanada Glenn Michibata
6:4, 6:1
1987 NeuseelandNew Zealand Kelly Evernden
Vereinigte StaatenUnited States Matt Anger
AustralienAustralia Broderick Dyke
AustralienAustralia Wally Masur
7:6, 6:2

Weblinks

Individual evidence

  1. ATP confirms big names set to kick off season at inaugural ATP Cup draw in Sydney. In: abc.au. 16. September 2019, abgerufen am 21. Dezember 2019 (englisch).