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ATP Tennis, Rothenbaum

Hamburg, Germany

The Hamburg EUROPEAN Open is the oldest tennis tournament in Germany and one of the most historic tennis events in the world. 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 stadium had a complete refurbish in 2020, including the installation of The BOX Seat 908 model in playful colours.

The International German Open has been played at the “Rothenbaum” since 1892, making it Germany’s longest-running tennis tournament. The current stadium was built in 1999 and holds 13,200 spectators, making it Germany’s largest tennis venue. Today Hamburg Open is one of the only two tournaments on German soil to be part of the ATP Tour 500 and one of the twenty largest tennis tournaments in the world.

The BOX Seat 908 model with soft ‘tip-up’ action flows seamlessly row to row throughout the expansive general admission areas. The tight-folding design of the 908, and the maximised row depth as a result, has a wealth of benefits to an event setting. Briefly, decreasing the time taken to reach vendor facilities increases a venue’s revenue potential. Accelerating construction and deconstruction, access and egress from the event enhances crowd safety.