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Geneva Open: How to watch, start time & live streaming

The 2024 Geneva Open will allow several of the world's best players to put the finishing touches to their preparations ahead of the start of this year's French Open.

This will be the 21st staging of the event and there are 28 players set to compete in the men's singles draw, including world number one Novak Djokovic and British duo Jack Draper and Andy Murray.

Geneva Open

Geneva Open start time and date

Qualifying for the Geneva Open took place on Saturday 18th May, with the opening round of the main draw then getting underway on Sunday 19th May.

The action for the opening few days of the tournament has a scheduled start time of 10:30 BST and the event will reach a conclusion with the final taking place on Saturday 25th May.

Geneva Open venue

This week's event will take place at the Tennis Club de Geneve in Geneva, Switzerland.

How to watch the Geneva Open and Live Streaming

The tournament will be available to watch on the bet365 live streaming service.

Geneva Open TV channel

Sky Sports will broadcast the tournament via their red button and app.

Geneva Open key players

The standout name on the entry list is world number one Djokovic, who has accepted a last-minute wildcard entry into the event to step up his preparations for the French Open.

Djokovic will be the number one seed and has been handed a bye into the second round alongside Casper Ruud, Taylor Fritz and Ben Shelton.

British duo Draper and Murray are also eye-catching names in the draw, the former will face Czech player Tomas Machac in the first round, while the latter is up against Germany's Yannick Hanfmann.

Should Murray win his opening match, he will face Djokovic in round two.

Geneva Open history

This may be the 21st staging of the Geneva Open on the ATP Tour, but the tournament was first held in 1980 when Hungary's Balazs Taroczy beat Adriano Panatta of Italy in the final.

Bjorn Borg and Mats Wilander were among the other early winners before the tournament dropped down to the Challenger Tour and it did not return to the main circuit until 2015, when Thomaz Bellucci defeated Joao Sousa.

Stan Wawrinka and Ruud have both won the event twice since then, while Nicolas Jarry is the defending champion after beating Grigor Dimitrov in straight sets in the 2023 final.

Wawrinka, Ruud and Wilander are the only players to have won the Geneva Open more than once, with all three triumphing on two occasions.

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