2023 Kitzbuhel Open ATP Draw With Home Favourite Thiem & more

2023 Kitzbuhel Open ATP Draw With Home Favourite Thiem & more

by Zachary Wimer

The 2023 Kitzbuhel Open, an ATP 250 tournament, will run from July 31st to August 5th on the clay courts in Austria and the draw has been revealed.

As one of the last clay-court tournaments in the calendar, the 2023 Kitzbuhel Open, also called the Generali Open for sponsorship reasons, didn't fail to attract interesting players, but for the home fans, one name will be the most important, the home crowd favourite Dominic Thiem.

The Austrian won the title in 2019, but the defending champion in 2023 is Roberto Bautista Agut, who won last year. However, the Spaniard won't play this year as he was forced to withdraw from the tournament.

Therefore, the top seed is Tomas Martin Etcheverry from Argentina, who has a bye in the first round as all top four seeds, and in the second round, the Argentinian will play against one of the qualifiers or home wild card Filip Misolic.

Another home wild card, Dominic Thiem, will also start against a qualifier, but already in the second round, he can face a difficult challenge in either the seventh-seeded Dusan Lajovic or Zhizhen Zhang from China.

The second seed is Yannick Hanfmann from Germany, who may also face a difficult second-round match against either Arthur Rinderknech from France or Alexei Popyrin from Australia. To see the full draw for the 2023 Kitzbuhel Open, check it out below.

2023 Kitzbuhel Open ATP Draw:

1. Tomas Martin Etcheverry (1)
2. BYE
3. Qualifier
4. Filip Misolic
5. Marco Cecchinato
6. Daniel Elahi Galan
7. Marc-Andrea Huesler
8. Daniel Altmaier (8)
9. Sebastian Ofner (4)
10. BYE
11. Luca Van Assche
12. Alex Molcan
13. Qualifier
14. Sebastian Baez
15. Guido Pella
16. Roberto Carballes Baena (6)
17. Laslo Djere (5)
18. Christopher O'Connell
19. Thiago Seyboth Wild
20. Qualifier
21. Albert Ramos-Vinolas
22. Juan Pablo Varillas
23. BYE
24. Pedro Cachin (3)
25. Dusan Lajovic (7)
26. Zhizhen Zhang
27. Qualifier
28. Dominic Thiem
29. Alexei Popyrin
30. Arthur Rinderknech
31. BYE
32. Yannick Hanfmann (2)


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