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ATP Montpellier Live Stream – 3-9 February 2020

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One week after all the dust has settled from another thrilling Australian Open, the world’s best ATP players flock to the Open Sud de France in Montpellier, live between February 3-9, 2020.

Four of the world’s top 20, including two-time champion Gael Monfils, lead the field at the 2020 Open Sud de France.

ATP Montpellier Live Stream

ATP Montpellier tennis is live from February 3-9, 2020, with play starting around 12.00pm local/11.00am GMT. Bookmaker bet365 are offering customers the opportunity to watch a live stream of the match alongside in-play betting.

Watch and bet on ATP Montpellier tennis live at bet365 > live streaming > tennis (geo-restrictions apply; funded account required or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to qualify)

How to watch and bet on ATP Montpellier tennis:
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3. Select Live Streaming
4. Select ‘Tennis’ from the ‘All Sports’ dropdown menu
5. Enjoy a live stream & in-play betting for ATP Montpellier tennis, live from February 3-9, 2020.
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ATP Montpellier Players 2020

Held a week after the Australian Open finishes, the Open Sud de France usually commands a strong field for an ATP 250 tournament, with players eager to start their seasons off with a bang.

Four of the world’s top 20 lead the field for the 2020 edition.

Gael Monfils

World no. 10 Monfils comes to Montpellier looking for his third Open Sud de France title after triumphing at the tournament in 2010 and 2014. The popular ‘La Monf’ hopes to continue a streak of French champions at the 250 event and is looking for the sixth ATP Tour title  of his stellar career on indoor hard courts.

David Goffin

Belgium’s Goffin made a bright start to 2020 when he scored a shock victory over Rafael Nadal at the ATP Cup. Currently ranked world no. 11, Goffin is looking for his first ATP Tour title since 2017 in Montpellier after having reached the finals of the Halle 500 and the Cincinnati Masters in 2019.

Denis Shapovalov

A top-15 player at just 20 years old, Shapovalov is one of the brightest young stars on the ATP Tour and proved he is a force to be reckoned with on indoor hard courts when he won his maiden ATP Tour title in Stockholm in October, going on to reach a first Masters 1000 Series final on the same surface in Paris.

Grigor Dimitrov

Champion at the ATP Finals in 2017 and ranked as high as world no. 3 the same year, Dimitrov is a multiple-time Grand Slam semifinalist and an impressive player on indoor hard courts. The world no. 20 is looking for his first title in three years in Montpellier.

ATP Montpellier Tournament Schedule

Day Start of play Round
Monday 3 February 12pm local/11am GMT R1
Tuesday 4 February 12pm local/11am GMT R1
Wednesday 5 February 12pm local/11am GMT R1/R2
Thursday 6 February 12pm local/11am GMT R2
Friday 7 February 12pm local/11am GMT Quarterfinals
Saturday 8 February 3pm local/2pm GMT Semifinals
Sunday 9 February 12.15pm local/11.15am GMT Final

ATP Montpellier Seeds

Here are the seeded players at the 2020 Open Sud de France.

Seed Ranking Player Result
1 10 Gael Monfils
2 11 David Goffin
3 13 Denis Shapovalov
4 20 Grigor Dimitrov
5 22 Felix Auger-Aliassime
6 30 Pablo Carreno Busta
7 41 Filip Krajinovic
8 43 Ugo Humbert

About ATP Montpellier

After January’s fierce battles in the heat of the Australian summer, the focus of the ATP World Tour switches to European indoor hard courts in February and ATP Montpellier is a popular place to start the European indoor swing for the top players of men’s tennis. While some opt for the ‘Golden Swing’ of clay-court tournaments in Latin and South America, many of the ATP World Tour’s top players instead choose Europe and the indoor hard courts of Montpellier and Rotterdam – well-established, prestigious events which provide the perfect opportunity to perhaps brush off a disappointing start to the season and start afresh, with 250 ranking points and €501,345 in prize money on the line.

Played since 1987, the Open Sud de France relocated to Montpellier from Lyon in 2010 and in 2012 moved to a new, exciting multi-purpose venue called the ARENA which features a total capacity of 14,000 and seats 7,500 during the tournament.

The crowds that have shown up at the new Montpellier venue have been rewarded with some top-flight tennis in recent years and the upcoming 2017 Open Sud de France looks set to be no exception.

Ever since Yannick Noah captured the inaugural Open Sud de France title in Lyon in 1987, French players have had a strong presence at the tournament with seven French players winning the title over the years – Noah (1987), Arnaud Clement (2000), Paul-Henri Mathieu (2002), Richard Gasquet (2006, 2013, 2015 and 2016), Sebastian Grosjean (2007) and Gael Monfils (2010, 2014).

International stars have also shone at the Open Sud de France, with John McEnroe winning in 1989 and Pete Sampras capturing three consecutive titles in 1991-93 – a feat that has never since been equaled. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1996), Ivan Ljubicic (2001, 2009), Robin Soderling (2004), Andy Roddick (2005) and Tomas Berdych (2012) have all captured the title at the Open Sud de France in Lyon and Montpellier.

The 2015 edition of the Open Sud de France saw 2013 champion Richard Gasquet reclaim the title, following the disappointment of finishing as the runner-up to compatriot Gael Monfils in 2014. Gasquet faced fellow Frenchman and wildcard Lucas Pouille first up, before he overcame sixth ranked Denis Istomin to set up a final rematch with defending champion Monfils in the semis. However, this time Gasquet would avenge his 2014 loss in straight sets 6-4, 6-3, before going on to claim the title against fifth ranked Jerzy Janowicz (Janowicz retired at 0-3 in the finale).

Gasquet returned to the Open Sud de France in 2016. Despite having missed the beginning of the season, including the Australian Open, due to injury, Gasquet became the first man since Pete Sampras in 1993 to win back-to-back ATP Montpellier titles after second seed Marin Cilic was stunned in the second round by rising star Alexander Zverev. Zverev went on to make the semifinals but was defeated by former champion Paul-Henri Mathieu, who in turn fell to Gasquet 5-7, 4-6 in an all-French final. Zverev would go on to make amends in 2017 as he experienced a breakout season that saw him crack the world’s top four – and it all started in Montpellier as he toppled reigning champion Gasquet in straight sets in the final. Gasquet would make it back to the final once more in 2018, but unfortunately he finished second best for the second season running, with compatriot Lucas Pouille emerging triumphant with the silverware.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was only able to play a handful of tournaments in 2018 as he underwent knee surgery after retiring in the semifinals in Montpellier, but returned to the Open Sud de France in 2019 revived despite a ranking that had dropped outside the top 200. Granted a wildcard, the 210-ranked Tsonga came through a draw which included four compatriots and Radu Albot of Moldova in the semifinals, beating Pierre-Hugues Herbert to claim the Montpellier title after the tournament’s eighth all-French final.

ATP Montpellier Tournament Information

Open Sud de France ATP Montpellier
Dates 3-9 February 2020
Category 250
Location Montpellier, France
Venue ARENA Montpellier
Surface Indoor hard courts
Draw size 32 singles/16 doubles
Most titles Richard Gasquet (4)
Prize money €542,695
Reigning singles champion Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Reigning doubles champions Ivan Dodig/Edouard Roger-Vasselin

Former ATP Montpellier Champions

Here is a complete list of former champions at the Open Sud de France.

Players still active in singles are given in bold.

Year Champion Runner-up
1987 Yannick Noah Joakim Nystrom
1988 Yahiya Doumbia Todd Nelson
1989 John McEnroe Jakob Hlasek
1990 Marc Rosset Mats Wilander
1991 Pete Sampras Oliver Delaitre
1992 Pete Sampras (2) Cedric Pioline
1993 Pete Sampras (3) Cedric Pioline
1994 Marc Rosset (2) Jim Courier
1995 Wayne Ferreira Pete Sampras
1996 Yevgeny Kafelnikov Arnaud Boetsch
1997 Fabrice Santoro Tommy Haas
1998 Alex Corretja Tommy Haas
1999 Nicolas Lapentti Lleyton Hewitt
2000 Arnaud Clement Patrick Rafter
2001 Ivan Ljubicic Younes El Aynaoui
2002 Paul Henri-Mathieu Gustavo Kuerten
2003 Rainer Schuttler Arnaud Clement
2004 Robin Soderling Xavier Malisse
2005 Andy Roddick Gael Monfils
2006 Richard Gasquet Marc Gicquel
2007 Sebastian Grosjean Marc Gicquel
2008 Robin Soderling Julien Benneteau
2009 Ivan Ljubicic (2) Michael Llodra
2010 Gael Monfils Ivan Ljubicic
2011 Not played
2012 Tomas Berdych Gael Monfils
2013 Richard Gasquet (2) Benoit Paire
2014 Gael Monfils (2) Richard Gasquet
2015 Richard Gasquet (3) Jerzy Janowicz
2016 Richard Gasquet (4) Paul-Henri Mathieu
2017 Alexander Zverev Richard Gasquet
2018 Lucas Pouille Richard Gasquet
2019 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Pierre-Hugues Herbert

ATP Montpellier Ranking Points

Here are the ranking points awarded by the ATP for reaching various rounds at a 250 like the Open Sud de France.

Round Points
Champion 250
Final 150
Semifinal 90
Quarterfinal 45
R2 20
R1 5