bett1 Aces

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Bett1 Aces is an exhibition tournament that will be played in Berlin, Germany from 13th – 19th July 2020 featuring some of the best ATP & WTA players.

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As the Tour resumption is getting closer, many ATP & WTA players want to get back to the competitive rhythm. Because of that, many new exhibition tournaments are created by players or organization. This time it is German bett1 that created a bett1 Aces tournament that will be played in Berlin, Germany. The tournament will be played at the Steffi Graff Stadium and Airport Tempelhof, which is a unique location in the world of tennis.

There will be 2 tournaments played, 1 at each location. Each tournament will be played for 3 days. On the first day, 4 players will meet in the quarterfinals. They will join the remaining two players on Day 2 in the semifinals. On the last day, we’ll see the ATP & WTA final.

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“Conditions in hangar were ideal” – Sevastova on unique bett1 Aces location

Anastasija Sevastova won the second bett1 Aces tournament as she spoke about her victory and

Erik Virostko Monday 20 July 2020

“Berlin was definitely worth a trip” – Thiem on bett1 Aces triumph

Dominic Thiem was absolutely dominant at the bett1 Aces in Berlin when he has won both tournaments

Erik Virostko Monday 20 July 2020

bett1 Aces – All Results ATP & WTA from Berlin exhibition

6 ATP & 6 WTA stars are battling for the glory at bett1 Aces, Berlin exhibition tournament as

Erik Virostko Monday 20 July 2020

Sevastova defeats Kvitova in bett1 Aces women’s final in Airport Tempelhof

After losing the first final at the bett1 Aces to Elina Svitolina, Petra Kvitova met Anastasija

Erik Virostko Sunday 19 July 2020

Thiem defeats Sinner to win 2nd trophy at bett1 Aces in Berlin

After winning the tournament on the grasscourt in Steffi-Graff Stadium, Dominic Thiem also won the

Erik Virostko Sunday 19 July 2020