ATP Eastbourne - ATP Eastbourne

Tennis Nature Valley International
ATP Tour
venue Eastbourne
United KingdomUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
First run 2009
category Tour 250
Tournament type Free place tournament
Game surface race
draw 28E/16Q/16D
Prize money 684.080
Center Court 8,000 spectators
Website Official website
Stand: 23. June 2019
The International Lawn Tennis Center , venue of the tournament

The Eastbourne ATP tournament ( officially Nature Valley International ) is a British men's tennis tournament . The tournament is played at the same time as the women's tournament of the same name (since 1974).

The competition was first held in Eastbourne in 2009 and replaced the Nottingham tournament . It was played on grass and served as preparation for the Wimbledon Grand Slam tournament . In 2014 it was announced that the tournament would return to Nottingham from the 2015 season. From 2017 the tournament will return to Eastbourne again, the tournament in Nottingham, however, only belongs to the ATP Challenger Tour . [1]

The record winner in the singles is the Spaniard Feliciano López with two triumphs in 2013 and 2014. In doubles, the Polish duo Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski won the first two events.

Winners list

singles

year winner Final opponent Results
2020 called off
2019 United StatesUnited States Taylor Fritz United StatesUnited States Sam Querrey 6:3, 6:4
2018 GermanyGermany Mischa Zverev SlovakiaSlovakia Lukáš Lacko 6:4, 6:4
2017 SerbiaSerbia Novak Djokovic FranceFrance Gaël Monfils 6:3, 6:4
2015–2016: →ATP Nottingham
2014 SpainSpain Feliciano Lopez (2) FranceFrance Richard Gasquet 6:3, 6:75, 7:5
2013 SpainSpain Feliciano Lopez (1) FranceFrance Gilles Simon 7:62, 6:75, 6:0
2012 United StatesUnited States Andy Roddick ItalyItaly Andreas Seppi 6:3, 6:2
2011 ItalyItaly Andreas Seppi SerbiaSerbia Janko Tipsarevic 7: 6 5 , 3: 6, 5: 3, up.
2010 FranceFrance Michael Llodra SpainSpain Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 7:5, 6:2
2009 RussiaRussia Dmitri Tursunow CanadaCanada Frank Dancevic 6:3, 7:65

Double

year winner Final opponent Results
2020 called off
2019 ColombiaColombia Juan Sebastian Cabal
ColombiaColombia Robert Farah
ArgentinaArgentina Maximum González
ArgentinaArgentina Horacio Zeballos
3:6, 7:64, [10:6]
2018 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Luke Bambridge
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Jonny O'Mara
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Ken Skupski
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Neal Skupski
7:5, 6:4
2017 United StatesUnited States Bob Bryan
United StatesUnited States Mike Bryan
IfIf Rohan Bopanna
BrazilBrazil André Sá
6:74, 6:4, [10:3]
2015–2016: →ATP Nottingham
2014 PhilippinesPhilippines Treat Huey
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Dominic Inglot
OsterreichAustria Alexander Peya
BrazilBrazil Bruno Soares
7:5, 5:7, [10:8]
2013 OsterreichAustria Alexander Peya
BrazilBrazil Bruno Soares
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Colin Fleming
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Jonathan Marray
3:6, 6:3, [10:8]
2012 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Colin Fleming
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Ross Hutchins
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Jamie Delgado
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Ken Skupski
6:4, 6:3
2011 IsraelIsrael Jonathan Erlich
IsraelIsrael Andy Ram
BulgariaBulgaria Grigor Dimitrow
ItalyItaly Andreas Seppi
6:3, 6:3
2010 PolandPoland Mariusz Fyrstenberg (2)
PolandPoland Marcin Matkowski (2)
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Colin Fleming
United KingdomUnited Kingdom Ken Skupski
6:3, 5:7, [10:8]
2009 PolandPoland Mariusz Fyrstenberg (1)
PolandPoland Marcin Matkowski (1)
United StatesUnited States Travis Parrott
SlovakiaSlovakia Filip Polášek
6:4, 6:4

Weblinks

Individual evidence

  1. ATP 250 tennis to return to Eastbourne in 2017. In: espn.com. April 7, 2016, accessed June 21, 2017 .