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The tournament in Basel (Switzerland), whose official name is Swiss Indoors Basel, is a tennis tournament of the ATP World Tour created in 1970. In 2001, a women’s event on the WTA professional circuit was held in the same city.
In 2009, this tournament was moved from the International Series category (current ATP 250 Series) to the ATP 500 Series category.

The Basel tournament is the last tennis tournament in the world to have been sponsored by a tobacco brand. The sponsor of the tournament was the Davidoff tobacco brand, the flagship cigarette brand of the multinational Imperial Tobacco and also the Swiss cigar brand. Such sponsorship, which is prohibited in the European Union, has led to strong criticism of the Davidoff Swiss Indoors tournament by anti-tobacco organisations, in particular the Swiss association OxyRomandie and its president Pascal Diethelm.

To avoid being convicted of violating French and European laws, the Eurosport television channel withdrew from the tournament in 2008. In 2009, UNESCO refused a donation from the tournament. In June 2011, the television channel Sport+ was sentenced by the Evry Regional Court for broadcasting the images of the Basel tournament when it was sponsored by the Davidoff brand. The conviction is final, as Sport+ did not appeal. Several legal proceedings are still ongoing, including a complaint for violation of French law against the tournament organizer and the Oettinger Davidoff group, and a complaint against Swiss television.

Since the 2010 edition, this sponsor has disappeared from the appellation.