Always one of the most popular ATP 500 tournaments on the stacked tennis calendar, the 2019 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam promises to deliver another electrifying week of top-tier men’s tennis, live between February 11-17.

Rising star and reigning ATP Finals champion Alexander Zverev will compete in Rotterdam for the fifth time, alongside the likes of Marin Cilic, Kei Nishikori, Grigor Dimitrov, Nick Kyrgios and more!

ATP Rotterdam Live Streaming

ATP Rotterdam tennis is live from February 11-17, 2019, with play starting around 11.00am local/10.00am GMT. Bookmaker bet365 are offering customers the opportunity to watch a live stream of the match alongside in-play betting.

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ATP Rotterdam Tournament Schedule

ATP Rotterdam 2019 schedule

Date - TimeEvent Name Location
11 Feb 2019 10:00R1Ahoy Rotterdam
12 Feb 2019 10:00R1Ahoy Rotterdam
13 Feb 2019 10:00R2Ahoy Rotterdam
14 Feb 2019 10:00R2Ahoy Rotterdam
15 Feb 2019 10:00QFsAhoy Rotterdam
16 Feb 2019 14:00SFsAhoy Rotterdam
17 Feb 2019 14:30FinalAhoy Rotterdam

ATP Rotterdam Players 2019

The ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam consistently attracts the world’s best players, and 2019 is no different!

While the full entry list has yet to be determined at the time of writing, many leading stars on the ATP World Tour have already signed up to the first ATP 500 event of the 2019 season.

Leading the charge is reigning ATP Finals champion Alexander Zverev, who will be competing in Rotterdam for the fifth time. The German has established himself as a star of the present over the last two years, winning three ATP Masters 1000 titles before capturing his biggest career title in London at the season-ending ATP Finals to end 2018 on the highest of highs.

Zverev will be hoping to produce his best tennis in the slams throughout 2019, but the 21-year-old will also be eager to make it past the quarter-finals in Rotterdam for the first time after second and first round exits in his last two visits to the tournament.

Joining Zverev in the 2019 Rotterdam field are fellow top 10 stars Marin Cilic and Kei Nishikori. The pair, who met in the 2014 U.S. Open final (which Cilic won), both put together consistent 2018 campaigns, although Nishikori will be desperate to snap his title drought, which at the time of writing, dates back to February 2016. Cilic defeated Novak Djokovic to win the Queen’s Club silverware last season, while the Croatian also reached his second major final at the Australian Open, finishing runner-up to defending Rotterdam champion Roger Federer.

More rising stars in the form of Stefanos Tsitsipas and Hyeon Chung will feature in Rotterdam as they look to continue their rapid rise up the ranks, while last season’s runner-up Grigor Dimitrov and Nick Kyrgios will be looking to put disappointing 2018 campaigns behind them and find some form in the Dutch city.

ATP Rotterdam Seeds

Check back here later when the 2019 Rotterdam seeds are announced.

About ATP Rotterdam

The first ATP World Tour 500 event of the year takes place on the indoor hard courts of the Ahoy Rotterdam in early February as the jewel of the European spring indoor season welcomes packed fields of top male players year after year.

Taking place a fortnight after the conclusion of the first Grand Slam of the year, top ranked players typically return to action for the first time since the Australian Open in Rotterdam. This is because they usually miss travelling to events in Quito, Montpellier or Sofia after deep runs into the second week at Melbourne Park. However, not all players fly to Rotterdam with others opting to compete in lower tier 250 events simultaneously played in Buenos Aires and Memphis.

Overseen by tournament director Richard Krajicek, the only Dutch man to ever win the Wimbledon singles title, the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament is an extremely popular tournament with the top players as they turn their attention from the battles of the Australian summer and start the long run-up to the back-to-back Masters 1000 events in Indian Wells and Miami.

First played in 1972, the 41 editions of ATP Rotterdam have seen some of tennis’s true legends capture multiple titles. Arthur Ashe set the tone when he captured the first of his three Rotterdam titles at the inaugural event in 1972, followed by legend Jimmy Connors (1978), Bjorn Borg (1979), Stefan Edberg (1987-88), Boris Becker (1992), Michael Stich (1994) and Goran Ivanisevic (1996), while Krajicek himself thrilled the home crowds when he became just the second Dutch man to win the tournament after Tom Okker in 1974 in 1995, defeating Paul Haarhuis in the final. Krajicek would triumph again in 1997.

Over the past decade, there has been no diminishing in the calibre of the players to appear and win at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament as the event evolved into its present 500-level status. Lleyton Hewitt won in 2004, defeating Juan Carlos Ferrero in the final, and Roger Federer (2005, d. Ivan Ljubicic) and Andy Murray (2009, d. Rafael Nadal) joined Hewitt before Robin Soderling, the big-hitting Swede and French Open finalist who famously defeated Nadal at the French Open in 2009, won back-to-back titles.

Federer triumphed again in Rotterdam in 2012, defeating Juan Martin del Potro in the final, but the big Argentine captured the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament title in 2013 when he beat Julien Benneteau.

Tomas Berdych snapped a 16-month title drought at the 2014 Rotterdam event, defeating Marin Cilic in the final after coming through a field which included defending champion del Potro, former champion Murray, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Ernests Gulbis and Grigor Dimitrov.

Stan Wawrinka reigned supreme in 2015, ending Berdych’s title defence in three sets in the final, while erratic Slovakian Martin Klizan completed a dream week in Rotterdam last year to emerge with his first ATP 500 title. It was truly an incredible week for Klizan, who saved five match points against Bautista Agut in the quarter-finals and three match points in the semi-finals over Nicolas Mahut. Klizan then recovered from a set down to defeat Gael Monfils 6-7(1) 6-3 6-1 in the final.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga claimed the title in 2017 with a three-set win over David Goffin, while Roger Federer took a late wildcard into the 2018 event and went on to win the title by beating Grigor Dimitrov 6-2 6-2 - a victory that propelled him back to World No. 1.

ATP Rotterdam Tournament Information

ATP Rotterdam Tournament Information

ATP Rotterdam
Dates11-17 February
VenueAhoy Rotterdam
LocationRotterdam, Netherlands
First Played1972
CategoryATP 500
SurfaceHard (Indoor)
Draw Size32 Singles/ 16 Doubles
Prize Money1,862,925
Reigning Singles' ChampionRoger Federer
Reigning Doubles' ChampionsPierre-Hugues Herbert/Nicolas Mahut

Former ATP Rotterdam Champions

ATP Rotterdam Past Champions

YearWinnerRunner-Up
2018Roger FedererGrigor Dimitrov
2017Jo-Wilfried TsongaDavid Goffin
2016Martin KlizanGael Monfils
2015Stan WawrinkaTomas Berdych
2014Tomas BerdychMarin Cilic
2013Juan Martin del PotroJulien Benneteau
2012Roger FedererJuan Martin del Potro
2011Robin SoderlingJo-Wilfried Tsonga
2010Robin SoderlingMikhail Youzhny
2009Andy MurrayRafael Nadal
2008Michael LlodraRobin Soderling
2007Mikhail YouzhnyIvan Ljubicuc
2006Radek StepanekChristophe Rochus
2005Roger FedererIvan Ljubicic
2004Lleyton HewittJuan Carlos Ferrero
2003Max MirnyiRaemon Sluiter
2002Nicolas EscudeTim Henman
2001Nicolas EscudeRoger Federer
2000Cedric PiolineTim Henman
1999Yevgeny KafelnikovTim Henman
1998Jan SiemerimkThomas Johansson
1997Richard KrajicekDaniel Vacek
1996Goran IvanisevicYevgeny Kafelnikov
1995Richard KrajicekPaul Haarhuis
1994Michael StichWayne Ferreira
1993Anders JarrydKarel Novacek
1992Boris BeckerAlexaander Volkov
1991Omar CamporeseIvan Lendl
1990Brad GilbertJonas Svensson
1989Jakob HlasekAnders Jarryd
1988Stefan EdbergMiroslav Mecir
1987Stefan EdbergJohn McEnroe
1986Joakim NystromAnders Jarryd
1985Miroslav MecirJakob Hlasek
1984No winnerIvan Lendl/Jimmy Connors (Final interrupted)
1983Gene MayerGuillermo Villas
1982Guillermo VillasJimmy Connors
1981Jimmy ConnorsGene Mayer
1980Heinz GunthatdtGene Mayer
1979Bjorn BorgJohn McEnroe
1978Jimmy ConnorsRaul Ramirez
1977Dick StocktonIlie Nastase
1976Arthur AsheRobert Luiz
1975Arthur AsheTom Okker
1974Tom OkkerTom Gorman
1973Not heldNot held
1972Arthur AsheTom Okker

ATP Rotterdam Ranking Points

ATP 500 ranking points

RoundPoints
Winner500
Runner-up300
Semifinals180
Quarterfinals90
Round of 1645

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