ATP Washington 2018 Live Stream: How to watch and bet on the Citi Open live online

Live Tennis Staff in ATP 19 Jul 2018
Alexander Zverev

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ATP Washington Tournament Schedule

Who is playing ATP Washington 2018?

Another stellar field will descend upon the American capital as Washington D.C. plays host to the always-popular Citi Open, live between July 28 and August 5.

Last year’s finalists - World No. 3 Alexander Zverev and recent Wimbledon runner-up Kevin Anderson - return as the top two seeds once more in 2018, with the pair having taken their games to the next level over the last 12 months.

Zverev has added two more Masters 1000 titles to his name since lifting the Washington trophy last year and has risen to a career-high No. 3 in the world, while Anderson has hit a career-high No. 5 in the world after reaching the finals of the U.S. Open and Wimbledon.

The pair will have their work cut out if they are to return to the Citi Open title match this season, with the likes of Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka continuing their comebacks from injury. Murray will be playing just his third tournament of 2018 after undergoing hip surgery at the start of the year, with the former World No. 1 hoping to build on his promising initial return on grass, while fellow three-time major champion Wawrinka has endured a stop-start return from his own injury woes all year and will be determined to generate some momentum in Washington D.C.

After reaching his first Grand Slam semi-final at Wimbledon before suffering a heartbreaking 26-24 in the fifth loss to Anderson, John Isner - a two-time runner-up in Washington D.C. - is back at the Citi Open as the leading American, while 2015 champion Kei Nishikori, Australian sensation Nick Kyrgios, rising star Denis Shapovalov and Australian Open semi-finalists Kyle Edmund and Hyeon Chung round out the leading men competing in the American capital this week.

But that’s not all - there’s plenty of other men in the 48-player field who can cause plenty of damage, including Lucas Pouille, Andrey Rublev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Karen Khachanov, Benoit Paire, Mischa Zverev and Alex de Minaur to name a few.

ATP Washington Seeds

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About ATP Washington

The Citi Open is one of 13 prestigious ATP World Tour 500 tournaments worldwide. It is the ninth of such tournaments on the 2017 calendar, and the fourth on hard courts after Rotterdam, Dubai and Acapulco. The tournament was inaugurated in 1970 and for more than 40 years it was an ATP only event. However the WTA became involved in 2012 - following a stint as a WTA only event in College Park, Maryland in 2011 - and it has been a joint event ever since. The ATP Citi Open is the second event in the US Open Series, following the Atlanta Open, which is held the week before.

Played at the Williams H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center in Rock Creek Park, the Citi Open offers more than $1.7 million in total financial commitment. Many champions of the game have also triumphed at the event in the past including Ken Rosewall, Arthur Ashe, Jimmy Connors and Andre Agassi. In fact Agassi holds the record for the most titles at ATP Washington, having won five between 1990 and 1999.

Among active players, the hard-hitting Argentine, Juan Martin del Potro is the most successful man at the Citi Open, with three titles in 2008, 2009 and 2013, while Gael Monfils returns as defending champion after defeating big-serving Croatian, Ivo Karlovic in last year's final.

In fact, nobody has defended a Citi Open title since del Potro in 2008-09, with Alexandr Dolgopolov (2012), Milos Raonic (2014), Kei Nishikori (2015) and Gael Monfils (2016) among the active players to have secured the Washington D.C. title in recent years. Can Alexander Zverev become the first player to defend the title in the American capital since 2009 this week?

ATP Washington Tournament Information

ATP Citi Open Tournament Information

ATP WashingtonCiti Open
DatesJuly 28 to August 5, 2018
LocationWashington D.C.
VenueWilliam H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center
CategoryATP World Tour 500
First Played1969
Draw Size48 Singles/ 16 Doubles
Prize Money$1,890,165
Reigning Singles' ChampionAlexander Zverev
Reigning Doubles' ChampionsHenri Kontinen/John Peers

ATP Washington Past Champions

ATP Citi Open Previous Winners

1969Thomaz KochArthur Ashe
1970Cliff RicheyArthur Ashe
1971Ken RosewallMarty Riessen
1972Tony RocheMarty Riessen
1973Arthur AsheTom Okker
1974Harold SolomonGuillermo Vilas
1975Guillermo VilasHarold Solomon
1976Jimmy ConnorsRaul Ramirez
1977Guillermo VilasBrian Gottfried
1978Jimmy ConnorsEddie Dibbs
1979Guillermo VilasVictor Pecci, Sr.
1980Brian GottfriedJose Luis Clerc
1981Jose Luis ClercGuillermo Villas
1982Ivan LendlJimmy Arias
1983Jose Luis ClercJimmy Arias
1984Andres GomezAaron Krickstein
1985Yannick NoahMartin Jaite
1986Karel NovacekThierry Tulasne
1987Ivan LendlBrad Gilbert
1988Jimmy ConnorsAndres Gomez
1989Tim MayotteBrad Gilbert
1990Andre AgassiJim Grabb
1991Andre AgassiPetr Korda
1992Petr KordaHenrik Holm
1993Amos MansdorfTodd Martin
1994Stefan EdbergJason Stoltenberg
1995Andre AgassiStefan Edberg
1996Michael ChangWayne Ferreira
1997Michael ChangPetr Korda
1998Andre AgassiScott Draper
1999Andre AgassiYevgeny Kafelnikov
2000Alex CorretjaAndre Agassi
2001Andy RoddickSjeng Schalken
2002James BlakeParadorn Srichaphan
2003Tim HenmanFernando Gonzalez
2004Lleyton HewittGilles Muller
2005Andy RoddickJames Blake
2006Arnaud ClementAndy Murray
2007Andy RoddickJohn Isner
2008Juan Martin del PotroViktor Troicki
2009Juan Martin del PotroAndy Roddick
2010David NalbandianMarcos Baghdatis
2011Radek StepanekGael Monfils
2012Alexandr DolgopolovTommy Haas
2013Juan Martin del PotroJohn Isner
2014Milos RaonicVasek Pospisil
2015Kei NishikoriJohn Isner
2016Gael MonfilsIvo Karlovic
2017Alexander ZverevKevin Anderson

How to watch and bet on Washington tennis live online

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ATP Washington 2018 Live Stream: How to watch and bet on the Citi Open live online

Defending champion Alexander Zverev, Wimbledon runner-up Kevin Anderson and former Grand Slam champions Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka headline a stacked field at the 2018 Citi Open in Washington D.C. as the ATP 500 tournament is live between July 28 and August 5.

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