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The Vienna ATP Tournament (official Erste Bank Open) is an ATP World Tour 500 tennis tournament held annually in October at the Vienna Stadthalle in Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus since 1974. It is played on the Rebound Ace surface. Together with the tournament in Kitzbühel, it is currently one of two ATP World Tour tournaments in Austria.


The tournament was held for the first time in 1974. The prize money amounted to 25,000 dollars and was raised by various sponsors. After a break of one year Fischer could be won as main sponsor and as Fischer-GP this liaison lasted until 1985. After that the Creditanstalt took over the task, later the Bank Austria – Creditanstalt. From 1986, the competition was held under the names CA-, BA-CA- and BA-TennisTrophy. Since 2011, the tournament has been held under the name Erste Bank Open after another change of sponsors. Initially, the tournament was played on the Green Set surface, later on Supreme Court and Opticourt by Schneider Tennis, and since 2015 it has been played on Rebound Ace.

The tournament is marked by appearances and victories of young talents like Ivan Lendl and Roger Federer, but also by numerous established stars like Pete Sampras, Boris Becker, Andre Agassi, Goran Ivanišević or Stefan Edberg. Another special attraction is the appearance of local players from Thomas Muster, Horst Skoff and Alexander Antonitsch to Jürgen Melzer, Stefan Koubek and Dominic Thiem. From 1996 to 1997 the tournament belonged to the ATP Championship Series and from 1998 to 2008 to the ATP International Series Gold, the successor series which was renamed the ATP World Tour 500 in 2009. Until 2015, however, it was part of the ATP World Tour 250, the third highest category in the tournament series organized by the ATP. Since 2015, it has again been an ATP World Tour 500 tournament.

Things to know

  • Record winners in the singles are Brian Gottfried with 4 tournament victories, in the doubles Bob Hewitt and Frew McMillan with 3 victories.
  • So far, 21 of the 26 world rankings have taken place in Vienna.
  • In 1986 Brad Gilbert won against Karel Nováček after losing the first set by bringing the Czechoslovak out of the game by pretending to have an injury.
  • So far there have been two purely Austrian finals: In 1988 Horst Skoff beat Thomas Muster, in 2010 Jürgen Melzer defeated Lucky Loser Andreas Haider-Maurer and successfully defended his title.
  • In 1998, Boris Becker gave up his wild card in favor of Pete Sampras to allow the US American to participate. Sampras still needed success to qualify for the ATP World Championship. He won the tournament and finished the 6th year in a row as number 1 in the world ranking.
  • Ivan Ljubičić didn’t have to accept a single break in his first two appearances in Vienna, it was only in the 2006 final against Fernando González that he had to fend off break points for the first time.
  • In 1995, Michael Stich suffered a serious ligament rupture in his game against Todd Woodbridge after trying to run a stop ball.
  • The second round duel between Boris Becker and Michael Stich in 1996 was the most watched transfer to Eurosport.
  • Becker won 3:6, 6:3, 6:4 and subsequently the tournament.
  • At his only appearance in 1992, Jimmy Connors had to play in tennis trousers from the later tournament manager Peter Feigl, because his equipment was lost.
  • The Erste Bank Open is the only ATP tournament in Austria that Thomas Muster could never win despite three final appearances.
  • Roger Federer won the tournament in the singles (2×) as well as in the doubles.
  • Bob and Mike Bryan celebrated their 1000th victory on the ATP Tour in the 2016 quarter finals.