ATP Halle 2022 is going to start from June 13 to June 19 at the Gerry Weber Stadion. This is an ATP 500 event and the 29th edition of the tournament. Here, you will find the preview, full schedule, venue, how to watch on television and live stream, top seeds, and Prize Money of the tournament.
The number 1 seeded player of the ATP Halle 2022 is Daniil Medvedev. He had a surprise loss from Tim van Rijthoven in the Libema Open Final in his most recent tournament. The world’s number 2 was out from the fourth round of the French Open 2022. Surprisingly, Medvedev hasn’t won a single trophy in 2022. He was out of court for a few weeks due to injury. This can be a tournament of a comeback for him.
Greek Star Stefanos Tsitsipas is the second seed in the tournament. He was out from the quarter-final of the ATP Stuttgart in his most recent tournament. He also couldn’t pass the fourth round of the tournament. Tsitsipas reached the final of the French Open, where he lost against Novac Djokovic. He won the Monte Carlo Masters back in April, which was the best result by the Greek this year.
Andrey Rublev is the third seed in the tournament. He reached the quarter-final of the French Open, which was his most recent tournament. The player won the Serbia Open 2022 by defeating Novac Djokovic in April. He showed the world that, he is capable of defeating anyone on the court. Rublev also won the Dubai Tennis Championship this year.
Canadian Youngster Félix Auger-Aliassime is the fourth seed in the ATP Halle 2022. He showed a very promising start by winning the ATP Cup this year. He also won the ATP Rotterdam in February. But later, he couldn’t hold his rhythm. He will be joined by, Hubert Hurkacz, Pablo Carreño Busta, Roberto Bautista Agut, Khachanov, and many others in the tournament.
When is ATP Halle 2022?
The tournament will start on Monday, June 13, and will continue till Sunday, June 19.
Here is the full schedule of ATP Halle 2022:
|Round of 32||June 13-14|
|Round of 16||June 15-16|
Where will the tournament be held?
- Venue: Gerry Weber Stadion
- Capacity: 12,300 people
The ATP Halle 2022 takes place in Gerry Weber Stadion, Germany. It has a capacity of 12,300 people. The ticket price for the tournament starts from € 43.00.
How to Watch ATP Halle 2022 on Television?
Tennis Channel is the dedicated channel to show all the tennis events around the world for the tennis fans of the USA. They have been covering the ATP events on their channel. So, if you want to watch the ATP Halle 2022 on television, you can tune in to Tennis Channel, as they have the right to show the event.
You can watch the event on beIN in Australia. With a simple cable TV connection, you can catch the full event on your television. So, get the connection right now and start watching the event.
In India, Tennis TV will be showing the event on TV. If you are someone from Canada, you can watch the full tournament on TSN.
How to live stream the tournament?
The dedicated online streaming platform of the tennis channel, tennischannel.com will be showing the ATP Halle 2022 on live streaming platforms. If you have a cable TV connection to the tennis channel, you will be able to watch the tournament free of cost.
If you want to watch the event on an OTT platform, Fubo will be the best place to watch the tournament online. fubo offers more than 150 TV channels including the tennis channel and many more. So, if you are interested to watch the event there, you should sign in to the platform. You can also select their free trial option to see the performance.
In the UK, Amazon Prime Video will help you to watch the tournament on your streaming device. You will have to pay $5.99 to get the connection to the channel. You will be able to watch tennis all over the month including many original series.
Here are the top players of the ATP Halle 2022:
- Daniil Medvedev
- Stefanos Tsitsipas
- Andrey Rublev
- Félix Auger-Aliassime
- Hubert Hurkacz
- Pablo Carreño Busta
- Roberto Bautista Agut
ATP Halle 2022 Prize Money:
The total prize money f the tournament is €2,134,520. The winner will get €113,785. Here is the full list of the prize money:
|Round of 16||€25,480|
|Round of 32||€14,650|
There will be many top-ranked ATP players in the ATP Halle 2022. Each of them will be determined to win the trophy as well as 500 valuable ATP points to improve their ranking. If you are a tennis fan, you should watch the full tournament.