Borna Coric and defending champion Marco Cecchinato lead the field at the 2019 Hungarian Open, live from Budapest between April 22-28.

One of the key stops for ATP stars on the Road to Roland Garros, Coric and Cecchinato will be joined in the draw by the likes of Nikoloz Basilashvili, last year’s runner-up John Millman and Rio champion Laslo Djere. Who will pick up an ATP 250 important title and build up some confidence and momentum before the upcoming French Open?

ATP Budapest live streaming

ATP Budapest tennis is live from 22-28 April with play starting around 11.00am local/10.00am BST. Bookmaker bet365 are offering customers the opportunity to watch a live stream of the matches alongside in-play betting.

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ATP Budapest tournament schedule

ATP Budapest 2019 schedule

Date - TimeEvent Name Location
22 Apr 2019 10:00R1
23 Apr 2019 10:00R1
24 Apr 2019 10:00R2
25 Apr 2019 10:00R2
26 Apr 2019 10:00QFs
27 Apr 2019 11:30SFs
28 Apr 2019 13:00Final

ATP Budapest players 2019

Top 20 star Marco Cecchinato will attempt to defend an ATP title for the first time when he returns to Budapest in search of back-to-back Hungarian Open crowns.

This time last year, Cecchinato was ranked well outside the top 50, but he returns firmly entrenched in the top 20, backing up his maiden ATP title in Budapest by reaching the French Open semi-finals soon after, beating current World No. 1 Novak Djokovic along the way, before going down to Dominic Thiem.

Cecchinato has a lot of points to defend over the next few months - will he get off to a good start in Budapest?

He’ll face firm opposition in the form of Borna Coric, the current World No. 13 who has been making significant strides up the rankings himself over the last 12 months. The 22-year-old is counted amongst the best of the next generation of stars coming through the ranks and will certainly fancy his chances of picking up a first title on European clay in Budapest.

Nikoloz Basilashvili and Laslo Djere are both defending champions at ATP 500 clay events, with the former winning in Hamburg last year and the latter prevailing in Rio earlier this season. Both should be counted amongst the favourites for the Budapest title, while John Millman - the popular Aussie - will be looking to go one step further in Budapest after falling to Cecchinato in the final last year.

Other players to watch in Budapest this week include Pablo Cuevas, Ernests Gulbis, Pierre-Hugues Herbert, Andreas Seppi, Radu Albot, Hubert Hurkacz and Bernard Tomic.

About ATP Budapest

Replacing the Romanian Open in Bucharest on the ATP World Tour calendar in 2017, the Hungarian Open offers the opportunity for players to fine-tune their clay court games before the two big Masters 1000 events in Madrid and Rome, and of course the culmination of the European clay court season, the French Open at Roland Garros.

Played alongside the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell (a prestigious ATP 500 tournament), the Hungarian Open has attracted a solid field, especially when you consider top players are either resting after Monte Carlo and before Madrid, or also have the opportunity to play for more prize money and ranking points in Barcelona.

Played in Budapest, the picturesque capital of Hungary and widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, 32 singles players and 16 doubles pairings will compete for the Hungarian Open silverware, played at the National Training Centre in Mikoviny, Budapest.

Lucas Pouille won the inaugural Hungarian Open title in 2017 when he beat Aljaz Bedene in straight sets in the final, while Marco Cecchinato is the defending champion, coming from qualifying and defeating John Millman for the title, before going on his shock run to the French Open semi-finals.

ATP Budapest Tournament Information

Hungarian Open fast facts

ATP BudapestHungarian Open
Dates22-28, April 2019
LocationBudapest, Hungary
VenueNational Training Centre, Mikoviny, Budapest
SurfaceClay
CategoryATP 250
First played2017
Draw size32
Prize money€482,060
Defending singles championMarco Cecchinato
Defending doubles championDominic Inglot/Franko Skugor

ATP Budapest former champions

ATP Budapest Past Champions

YearWinnerRunner-up
2017Lucas PouilleAljaz Bedene
2018Marco CecchinatoJohn Millman

ATP Budapest ranking points

Ranking points on offer at ATP 250 events

RoundPoints
Champion250
Runner-up150
Semifinal90
Quarterfinal45
Round of 1620
First round10
Qualifying12

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