Estoril Open 2022: Draw, Schedule, Players, TV Coverage

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The Estoril Open 2022 is an ATP clay court tennis tournament held in the Portuguese Riviera. The event take place at the sports complex of Clube de Tenis do Estoril in Cascais.

The tournament was created in 2015 to replace the historic Portugal Open, which was canceled due to lack of sponsorships.

Estoril Open 2022: Draw, Schedule, Players, TV Coverage


Andrey Rublev and Carlos Alcaraz lifted last week’s titles in Belgrade and Barcelona, respectively, sending out a marker ahead of the French Open.

Alcaraz looks the real deal and a huge contender ahead of two weeks in Paris, while Rublev stunned Novak Djokovic with a final set bagel in front of the Serb’s home crowd.

Founded 2015
Editions 6 (2021)
Location Cascais
Venue Clube de Ténis do Estoril
Category ATP Tour 250 series
Surface Clay / outdoor
Draw 28S / 16Q / 16D
Prize money €481,270 (2021)


The tournament will be held from Monday, April 25 to Sunday, May 1.

Full Tournament Schedule-

Date Match
25th April 2022 1st Round Matches
26th April 2022 1st Round Matches
27th April 2022 2nd Round Matches
28th April 2022 2nd Round Matches
29th April 2022 Quarter-Finals
30th April 2022 Semi-Finals
1st May 2022 Finals

The tournament will take place at the Estoril Tennis Club. The venue has a capacity of 10,000 people.

You will need to buy the tickets of the tournament to watch your favourite matchup from the venue.


Estoril Open 2022: Draw, Schedule, Players, TV Coverage

  1. Félix Auger-Aliassime
  2. Diego Schwartzman
  3. Marin Čilić
  4. Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
  5. Frances Tiafoe
  6. Albert Ramos Viñolas
  7. Tommy Paul
  8. Sebastian Korda

Estoril Open Prize Money:

Position Singles Doubles
Winner €41,145 €15,360
Finalist €29,500 €11,000
Semi-Finalists €21,000 €7,250
Quarter Finalist €14,000 €4,710
Round of 16 €9,000 €2,760
Round of 32 €5,415 N/A
Qualifiers 1 €2,645 N/A
Qualifiers 2 €1,375 N/A

Alexander Zverev will be hoping to send out a similar message as he leads the seeds in Munich, although this week’s fields in general look a little weaker than last week’s.

TV Coverage:

  • Tennis Channel
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • TSN

Tennis Channel will broadcast the Estoril Open in the United States. With a Tennis Channel cable TV subscription, you will be able to watch the tournament on your television. So, don’t waste any time and get in touch with your operator as soon as possible.

The live stream of the Estoril Open will also be available on Amazon Prime Video. Amazon Prime is the greatest location to watch live tennis streaming. You will just need to pay $8.99 to subscribe to Amazon Prime.

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