Nottingham Open 2022: Schedule, Draw, Players List, How to Watch

The Nottingham Open 2022, is a tennis tournament for men and women held in Nottingham, United Kingdom, played on outdoor grass courts at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.

Nottingham Open 2022: Schedule, Draw, Players List, How to Watch


Tournament information
Event name Nottingham Open presented by The Sunday Telegraph (2004)
The Open (2005)
Red letter DAYS Open (2006)
Nature Valley Open The Nottingham Open (2007)
The Slazenger Open (2008)
Aegon Open Nottingham (2015-17)
Nature Valley Open (2018-19)
Viking Open (2021)
Rothesay Open Nottingham (2022-)
Founded 1970; 52 years ago (men)
1971; 51 years ago (women)
Location Nottingham
United Kingdom
Venue Nottingham Tennis Centre
Surface Grass – outdoors
Current champions (2021)
Men’s singles  Frances Tiafoe
Women’s singles  Johanna Konta
Men’s doubles  Matt Reid
 Ken Skupski
Women’s doubles  Lyudmyla Kichenok
 Makoto Ninomiya
ATP Tour
Category ATP Challenger Tour
Draw 32S / 16Q / 16D
Prize money 132,280 (2021)
WTA Tour
Category WTA 250
Draw 48S / 16Q / 16D
Prize money US$235,238 (2021)


This will be the 14th edition of the women’s event and it will pack some serious star power this year.

Maria Sakkari will play in the event, leaving behind her the disappointment of Roland Garros.

Emma Radukanu will also play in the event and will hope to secure a native winner this year as well, as Johanna Konta won at the event last year. Sakkari will start his event against Tricky Osorio Serrano while Radukanu will start against Victroija Golubic.

Players List:

Nottingham Open 2022: Schedule, Draw, Players List, How to Watch

Nottingham Open 2022 will feature the World No. 3 Maria Sakkari and Ranked 13 British star Emma Raducanu among the top 8 seeded players.

Here’s the seeplayer’syers list for the tournament.

  1. Maria Sakkari (3)
  2. Emma Raducanu (13)
  3. Camila Giorgi (30)
  4. Shuai Zhang (41)
  5. Ajla Tomljanovic (42)
  6. Alison Riske (43)
  7. B Haddad Maia (48)
  8. Magda Linette (52)

How to Watch:

How can I watch it? The action will be available to watch across the BBC, with streams available on the BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

World No 5 Maria Sakkari is the top seed in the women’s draw following her early exit from the French Open. The tournament is a WTA 250 event while a Challenger on the ATP side.

Tournaments will also be held in Birmingham, Eastborne and Queen’s ahead of Wimbledon, which will start on 27 June.

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