Swiss Indoors

St. Jakobshalle
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The tennis Swiss Indoors—the biggest national sports event in Switzerland and the third-largest indoor tournament in the world after Paris and Shanghai—is coming back to St. Jakobshalle. This week-long event is expected to draw over 70,000 spectators who watch the tournament live, in addition to several million people in over 70 countries who will follow the matches on television. Some of the world’s best players will compete for this year’s total prize money of almost € 2.2 million, as they lead up to the ATP Tour Finals in Turin.
Basel will once again live up to its reputation of being "The Name of the Game." Already signed up are Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz (ATP ranking 1), Denmark’s Holger Rune (ATP 4), Norwegian Casper Ruud (ATP 5), Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime (ATP 15), and Switzerland’s seasoned star Stan Wawrinka (ATP 49) and newcomer Dominic Stricker (ATP 128). After the registration deadline at the end of September, the remaining players will be seeded for the tournament.
After the qualification rounds on October 21 and 22, the main tournament will officially kick off on "Super Monday" (October 23), a day traditionally filled with a shared passion for great tennis and music. This mix of sport and culture is unique on the ATP Tour and has been ever since its introduction in 2008. The day begins with two matches on Center Court at 14:00 and 16:00. This is followed by the opening ceremony and musical program at 18:30. This year’s show features a retrospective of the gala performances of renowned stars of recent times. Performing a medley, the Chor des Theater Basel will present an exhilarating concert show under the musical direction of the Christoph Walter Orchestra. The best-of programme will feature world-famous hits from Montserrat Caballé, Paul Anka, ABBA, Amy Macdonald and Alvaro Soler. After that, Alcaraz will take to the court for his opening match at 20:00.
Basel spectators can look forward to some fierce and exciting competition from the very first rounds on October 21 and 22 to the final on October 29; check the website for an up-to-date match timetable. You can also download the free Swiss Indoors Basel app so you can stay constantly up to date with all the information on Switzerland’s largest sporting event.
Tickets range from CHF 39.00 on the first qualification day to CHF 259 for first category tickets for the finals.


St. Jakobshalle
St. Jakobs-Strasse 390
4052 Basel

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