Committed to tennis history. The Hamburg EUROPEAN Open is the oldest tennis tournament in Germany and one of the most historic tennis events in the world.
The “International German Open” debuted in 1892 on the grounds of the “Eisenbahnverein auf der Uhlenhorst,” Hamburg’s oldest tennis club. Beginning in 1924, the facility at Rothenbaum in the Harvestehude district became the tournament’s permanent location. Since the introduction of the ATP World Ranking in 1973, all 27 of the world’s top ranked players have appeared at Rothenbaum.
The Swiss player Roger Federer has captured the most titles since the beginning of the professional era with four.