How To Watch 2024 Rotterdam Open Featuring Sinner, Rublev, Rune & more

How To Watch 2024 Rotterdam Open Featuring Sinner, Rublev, Rune & more

by Nurein Ahmed

The Rotterdam Open will be the first ATP 500 tournament of 2024 and will run from February 12th to 18th.

It features a stacked lineup even in the absence of defending champion Daniil Medvedev, who is looking to relieve himself from the lactic acid in his muscles after setting the record for playing the most sets of any player in a single Grand Slam tournament last month's Australian Open.

But last year's finalist, Jannik Sinner, is top billing during the week after defeating Medvedev to win his first Grand Slam. If you are seeking information regarding the 2024 Rotterdam Open, you will find it in this article.

When Does The 2024 Rotterdam Open Start?

The official start date of main draw action at the 2024 Rotterdam Open is Monday, February 12th. The tournament will run for a week, culminating in the singles final, which will be held on Sunday, February 18th. The tournament is primarily played on indoor hard courts at the lavishly built Rotterdam Ahoy.

Who Is Playing The 2024 Rotterdam Open?

Although Jannik Sinner is the man who will generate the headlines at this tournament, a number of established Top 10 players feature. These include Andrey Rublev, Holger Rune, and Hubert Hurkacz.

The likes of Alex de Minaur and Grigor Dimitrov will fight to break the Top 10 again and could do so by the end of the week. Gael Monfils is among the wild cards at the event. The Frenchman has played three finals in nine visits, winning back-to-back titles in 2019 and 2020.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Rotterdam Open?

Players competing at the 2024 Rotterdam Open will battle for a share of €2,134,985 in prize money. The champion will earn €399,215 and will receive 500 ranking points. The runner-up, meanwhile, will bank €214,795 and will receive 330 points.

Where To Watch The 2024 Rotterdam Open?

If you are looking to watch the Rotterdam Open as an international viewer, you can do so by subscribing to Tennis TV at a monthly fee of $16.99.

The Rotterdam Open will be accessible in over 160 countries worldwide. Some of the broadcast partners for the tournament in major countries are as follows:

Africa: Television broadcast in Sub-Saharan Africa available on Supersport TV.

Australia: BeIN Sports Australia.

Canada: TSN Network.

Latin America: ESPN International.

MENA Region: BeIN Sports Arabia.

Netherlands: Ziggo Sport.

UK: Sky Sports Tennis.

USA: Tennis Channel Plus.


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