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2022 Hamburg European Open starts Monday: Prediction and odds

Rublev playing in the 2022 Monte Carlo Masters, tags: hamburg european open - CC BY-SA

Rublev playing in the 2022 Monte Carlo Masters – CC BY-SA

2022 Hamburg European Open has finally arrived and gamblers around the world can bet on the matches. The combined men’s and women’s competition is held at the Am Rothenbaum court in Hamburg, Germany, from July 18 to 24. 32 singles and 16 doubles are up to compete within the span of over a week in outdoor clay courts starting this Monday

Five ATP Men matches are held on July 18 in round 32 of the Open. Several are already held in Eastern Time morning. The game is at 5 a.m. ET is already held with NBotic Van de Zandschulp lost against Alejandro Davidovich Fokina by 4-6. Currently, live is Marko Topo against Alex Molcan at 6:20 p.m. ET with both being neck-to-neck.

The next game is held at 7:30 a.m. ET between Lorenzo Musetti against Dusan Lajovic with Musetti being the favorite at -200 odds. Then comes Jozef Kovalik against Max Hans Rehberg at 8:50 a.m. ET with Kovalik being the favorite at -1200 odds. The next is Jan-Lennard Struff against Karen Khachanov at 12:30 p.m. ET with Khachanov being the favorite at -160.

The competition is held as a single and a double men and women category, totaling four tournaments. The 2022 tournament is the 116th for men and the 20th edition for women. The winner in the men’s category will win €1,030,900 and the women will win $251,750.

The Humburg European Open in 2021 came from very diverse countries. The winner of the men’s singles is Pablo Carreño Busta from Spain and the women’s single is Elena Gabriela Ruse from Romania. The winner of the men’s doubles are Tim Putz from Germany and Michael Venus from New Zealand. The winner of the women’s doubles are Jasmine Paolini from Italy and Jil Teichmann from Switzerland.

The Humburg European Open was first held in Germany as the “International German Open” in 1892. The oldest tennis tournament in Germany was created by the oldest tennis club in the city “Eisenbahnverein auf der Uhlenhorst.” The Rothenbaum has been its home since 1924. The player with the most wins so far is Roger Federer from Switzerland who won four times.

Hamburg European Open

The Hamburg European Open is an annual tennis tournament for professional players held in Hamburg, Germany and part of the Association of Tennis Professionals Tour. Before 2021, (wikipedia)

Hamburg

Hamburg , locally also ; Low Saxon: Hamborg ), officially the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg , is the second-largest city in Germany after Berlin, (wikipedia)

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