2024 Libema Open 's-Hertogenbosch ATP Entry List headlined by Daniil Medvedev, Alex de Minaur, Ugo Humbert and Tommy Paul

Wednesday, 15 May 2024 at 19:15
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The ATP Entry List has been released for the Libema Open 's-Hertogenbosch which is due to take place between 10-16 June, 2024 with both a men's and women's tournament taking place in the Netherlands.
Also known as simply 's-Hertogenbosch simply as well as Rosmalen Grass Court Championships in the past prior to sponsorship being added to the tournament. Daniil Medvedev is the top seed in Holland as he will begin his grass court campaign the week after Roland Garros concludes. He is joined by a top field who will aim to battle for the title.
Alex de Minaur will look to shift his exceptional year onto the grass when he takes to the courts in Rosmalen. In reality having a girlfriend in Katie Boulter who is from the UK so practices mostly on grass, he will likely hold an advantage over some players. But he will be without her for likely most of the grass court season with the Brit courting wildcards back at home.

Medvedev joined by Humbert, Paul and Khachanov

Ugo Humbert, Tommy Paul and Karen Khachanov are all in exceptional form or have been at points this year with the Frenchman in particular being an out and out standout during early 2024. Felix Auger-Aliassime, Adrian Mannarino are also among the periphery names as well as defending champion Tallon Griekspoor.
Onto previous winners with Tallon Griekspoor winning it last year defeating Jordan Thompson in three sets 6-7, 7-6, 6-3 and it was a Double Dutch duo as Tim van Rijthoven, remember him? A Dutchman who shone so bright in 2022 but faded away as quickly as he emerged down Daniil Medvedev 6-4, 6-1. A performance that made people take notice, he soon found himself with problems of the injury kind that halted him and snatched away his surge.
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Tallon Griekspoor mastered Rosmalen last year defeating Jordan Thompson last year in a Double Dutch feel.
Prior to that, it was dominated mainly by French players. Adrian Mannarino won it in 2019, he also defeated Jordan Thompson who lost in last year's final. He won 7-6, 6-3 in that instance. Richard Gasquet won the 2018 final against fellow Frenchman, Jeremy Chardy 6-3, 7-6. Gilles Muller prior won against Ivo Karlovic in a very odd combo. The Luxembourg standout famously defeated Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon and won in 2017. Speaking of SW19 heroics, Nicolas Mahut had won it the previous year.
For the first time in three occasions, he won the title and sealed it back-to-back. He defeated Muller in 2016 for his final title after defeating David Goffin the year before. David Ferrer twice, Roberto Bautista Agut, Ivan Ljubicic, Mario Ancic, Sergiy Stakhovsky and Dmitry Tursunov are among previous winners. Essentially for the most part, a lot of players who have thrived on this surface or had notable results at the main event in the form of Wimbledon. Quite apt that in reality the grass court starter can also provide stories for the tournaments to come and end it all.
David Ferrer won the title in Rosmalen twice in a who's who of players with Wimbledon exploits.
It also opens the season in a similar vein to Eastbourne later on in the grass court season. The WTA usually attracts the better names with Jessica Pegula leading that tournament. But this year, it is perhaps the ATP tournament that leads the way with Medvedev, De Minaur and Paul.
Outside of Pegula, Ekaterina Alexandrova, Liudmila Samsonova and Bianca Andreescu are among those also involved in the WTA edition with the Entry List for that tournament available below. Both will take place in tandem. Stuttgart is also on the calendar led by Alexander Zverev, and also Nottingham which is led by Ons Jabeur. A traditional opener to the grass court season and one which could yet be added to in the form of wildcards.
Many players decide to hold off signing up to these tournaments in case of runs at Roland Garros and also finalising their Wimbledon plans in general with such a finite space between the French Open and the grass court openers. As a result, this Entry List is very much subject to change. It could yet include further big names, but given it is an ATP 250, there likely won't be too much movement. But it will be updated if there is any further additions.

2024 Libema Open s'Hertogenbosch Entry List

1Daniil Medvedev44
2Alex de Minaur1111
3Ugo Humbert1515
4Tommy Paul1616
5Karen Khachanov1818
6Felix Auger-Aliassime2020
7Adrian Mannarino2121
8Tallon Griekspoor2626
Sebastian Korda2727
Jordan Thompson3535
Alexei Popyrin4242
Pedro Martinez5151
Miomir Kecmanovic5858
Alexander Shevchenko6060
Roberto Carballes Baena6262
Jakub Mensik6565
Christopher O'Connell6666
Milos Raonic19633


1Aleksandar Vukic7070
2Emil Ruusuvuori7171
3Brandon Nakashima7272
4Arthur Rinderknech7373
5Arthur Cazaux7575
6Mackenzie McDonald7676
7Rinky Hijikata7979
8Luca Nardi8181
9Corentin Moutet8383
10Max Purcell8484
11Roberto Bautista Agut8585
12Aslan Karatsev8686
13Aleksandar Kovacevic8989
14Daniel Elahi Galan9090
15Fabio Fognini9292
16Hugo Gaston9696
17Luca Van Assche9797
18Maximilian Marterer9898
19Cristian Garin100100
20James Duckworth102102

Champions Roll of Honour

1990 Amos Mansdorf
1991 Christian Saceanu
1992 Michael Stich
1993 Arnaud Boetsch
1994 Richard Krajicek
1995 Karol Kucera
1996 Richey Reneberg
1997 Richard Krajicek
1998 Patrick Rafter
1999 Patrick Rafter
2000 Patrick Rafter
2001 Lleyton Hewitt
2002 Sjeng Schalken
2003 Sjeng Schalken
2004 Michael Llodra
2005 Mario Ancic
2006 Mario Ancic
2007 Ivan Ljubicic
2008 David Ferrer
2009 Benjamin Becker
2010 Sergiy Stakhovsky
2011 Dmitry Tursunov
2012 David Ferrer
2013 Nicolas Mahut
2014 Roberto Bautista-Agut
2015 Nicolas Mahut
2016 Nicolas Mahut
2017 Gilles Muller
2018 Richard Gasquet
2019 Adrian Mannarino
2022 Tim van Rijthoven
2023 Tallon Griekspoor

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