ATP 250 – Serbia Open tournament

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The international organisations The Association of Tennis Professionals and the Women’s Tennis Association were founded to protect and represent the interests of professional tennis players. Accordingly, their short names are pronounced and spelled as: ATP for men and WTA for women. At the same time, these sport associations organise the ATP and WTA Tours, which are held among the strongest athletes around the world. The men’s tour consists of five categories: Masters Cup, 1000 Series, 500 Series, 250 Series and Challenger Tournaments. The Women’s Tour consists of a series of international tournaments, including 31 tournaments with small prize pools. Within these men’s and women’s tours, there is an official ATP and WTA ranking, which is calculated according to a special system based on the results that athletes have shown in the tour.

The Serbian Open is a professional tennis tournament held in spring on the outdoor clay courts in the Serbian capital, Belgrade. The men’s ATP Men’s 250 Tour tournament was held from 2009 until 2012, before being revived in 2021. The women’s tournament appeared on the WTA Tour calendar as part of the WTA 250 series in 2021.

The Serbian Open is regarded as one of the best ever tournaments, following the success of the first-ever ATP World Tour event held on Serbian soil in 2009.

Serbia Cup

Serbia Open tournament 2022

Serbia’s Novak Djokovic won a domestic tennis tournament in Belgrade in 2021, with a prize fund of more than 510,000 euros.

In the final, the ATP number one defeated Alex Molchan of Slovakia, who had qualified for the main draw. The match lasted one hour and 28 minutes, 6-4, 6-3.

The title was the 83rd singles title for the 34-year-old Djokovic.

Dates of ATP 250 – Serbia Open tournament in 2022: 18.04.2022-24.04.2022, venue: Belgrade, Serbia. 28 participants, clay court.

Tournament entrants

The Serbia Open 2022 is attracting increasing interest from the world’s top-ranked tennis players.

Rublev, currently ranked seventh in the world, has officially confirmed his participation in Belgrade, giving the Belgrade public a great opportunity to see one of the best tennis players in action.

Novak Djokovic, the current world number one in men’s singles, has also confirmed his participation, along with Gaël Monfils (FRA), Dominic Tim (AUS), Fabio Fognini (ITA), Christian Garin (CHI), Karen Khacanov (RUS), as well as Dušan Lajović, Filip Krajinović, Miomir Kecmanović and Laszlo Hera.

Khachanov (RUS) and Dušan Lajović, Filip Krajinović, Miomir Kecmanović and Laszlo Jere.

Tickets for the first day of qualifying are free for all visitors.