The Swiss Open Gstaad will take place this year from 17 to 25 July 2021, with Roberto Bautista Agut and Denis Shapovalov as the top seeds.
Spectators at the Swiss Open Gstaad are in for some great tennis during this year's tournament from 17 to 25 July 2021. The organisation is doing everything in its power to welcome spectators to the Bernese Oberland. Roberto Bautista Agut (ATP 11) and the finalist of the last Geneva Open, Denis Shapovalov (ATP 14), represent an attractive field of participants.
The Swiss Open Gstaad celebrates its 105th edition this year amidst the idyllic resort and unique mountain scenery. The organising committee has been working on various logistical scenarios over the past months. They are looking forward to welcoming a maximum number of spectators in July after the most recent lifting of restrictions.
A familiar face returns to Gstaad
Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut (ATP 11) has been a regular at the tournament in the Bernese Oberland for several years and is one of the first confirmed players to return to the clay courts in Gstaad. After losing the 2018 final to Italy's Matteo Berrettini, the clay-court specialist will be eager to win the tournament and finally receive the granite trophy.
However, he will face tough newcomers in Gstaad. He will be up against the Canadian Denis Shapovalov (ATP 14), who recently reached the final in Geneva.
Ticketing and Covid measures
Tickets for the tournament will be available from Ticketcorner and Gstaad Saanenenland Tourismus from mid-June. The organisation will take all necessary measures to ensure the safety of the players, tournament staff and spectators so that everyone can enjoy the event under the best possible conditions.
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