Tennis BOSS Open 2024 in Stuttgart: broadcast, schedule, tickets, favorites & betting odds

Directly after the clay court highlight French Open, the grass court season begins – and it starts with the ATP Stuttgart tournament!

The BOSS Open 2024 will take place from June 10 to 16. The venue is the magnificent grounds of the TC Weissenhof.

What is the schedule for ATP Stuttgart, which players are taking part in the BOSS Open 2024 and where will the German grass court classic be broadcast on TV and streamed?

ATP Stuttgart: Date, participants, broadcast

When is the ATP Stuttgart Tournament 2024?

The BOSS Open in Stuttgart (after the main sponsor Hugo Boss) is traditionally held in June after the French Open. It is a category 250 ATP tournament.

This year, the first of two German grass court tournaments will take place from June 10 to 16. The venue is the TC Weissenhof, where the tournament has been held since 1979.

After qualifying (Saturday and Sunday), the main competition of the BOSS Open 2024 will begin on Monday, June 10 from 11:00 am.

Further first round matches will follow on Tuesday, with the round of 16 matches scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday (June 14), the day on which the European Football Championships 2024 begin, the quarter-finals will be played on the ATP Stuttgart 2024 schedule.

The two semi-finals will take place on Saturday from 12:00 noon, while the ATP Stuttgart 2024 final is scheduled for Sunday, June 16 from 1:00 p.m.

The ATP Stuttgart 2024 broadcast live on TV & Stream

Where will the ATP Stuttgart grass court tournament be broadcast on TV and streamed?

The Tennis BOSS Open 2024 will be broadcast live on TV and streamed daily on Sky from Monday.

Sky will broadcast the ATP Stuttgart tournament every day from Monday to Friday from 11:00 am. On Saturday (June 15), the semi-finals will be broadcast from 12:00 noon.

The final of the BOSS Open will also be broadcast live on Sky on Sunday (16.4.) from 13:00.

Another option for the ATP Stuttgart 2024 broadcast is the fee-based tennis online portal TennisTV. Here you can watch all matches live

ATP Stuttgart participants: Who will be playing at the BOSS Open 2024?

Since the BMW Open is not one of the highest categories on the ATP Tour, but only the lowest division as a 250-tournament, the top stars are not obliged to compete at the ATP tournament at Stuttgart’s Weissenhof. Nevertheless, numerous top players and big names are taking part.

Who will be playing at the BOSS Open 2024?

Alexander Zverev, Germany’s number 1, is taking part in this year’s ATP Stuttgart event. What’s more, as number 4 in the ATP world rankings, Zverev is even the best-ranked player at the BOSS Open 2024 and will therefore be the number 1 seed.

It is therefore self-explanatory that Zverev is also one of the ATP Stuttgart 2024 favorites. However, the Hamburg native has yet to win a grass court tournament in his career

However, there are other well-known players on the list of ATP Stuttgart 2024 participants who can also be named among the favorites to win the title in advance.

Hubert Hurkacz (POL), ranked 9th in the world, is another top 10 player alongside Zverev on the seeding list for the BOSS Open 2024. There are also two top 20 players in Taylor Fritz (USA/ATP no. 12) and Alexander Bublik (KAZ/17th).

Frances Tiafoe, the defending champion, is also taking part. Will the American, who is ranked 26th in the world, be able to defend his victory from last year?

Other interesting ATP Stuttgart 2024 participants are the Italian Lorenzo Musetti and the Czech Jiri Lehecka.

In addition to Zverev, Jan-Lennard Struff, who reached the final at last year’s BOSS Open, and Dominik Koepfer are two other German players on the main list of BOSS Open 2024 participants

ATP Stuttgart 2024: prize money and world ranking points

The total prize money for the ATP Stuttgart tournament this year amounts to 734,915 euros.

The Stuttgart winner will receive €111,785 and 250 points for the world rankings.

The loser of the final can look forward to a consolation prize of €65,205 in addition to 165 world ranking points. For reaching the semi-finals, there is €38,335 and 100 points for the ATP ranking.

The tournament, which features 28 players in the main singles competition, rewards everyone from the 1st round onwards. Those who lose in the first round remain without points, but can still take home 7,880 euros

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