Geneva Open 2021 Finals LIVE stream: When, where and how to watch top Swiss event for free

Geneva Open 2021 Finals LIVE stream: When, where and how to watch top Swiss event for free; Denis Shapovalov vs Casper Ruud LIVE for free
Geneva Open 2021 Finals LIVE stream: When, where and how to watch top Swiss event for free; Denis Shapovalov vs Casper Ruud LIVE for free

Geneva Open 2021 Finals LIVE stream (Ruud vs Shapovalov): When, where and how to watch top Swiss event for free- The highly anticipated finals of the Geneva Open will be played between Casper Ruud and Denis Shapovalov. While Ruud stunned Pablo Andujar in straight sets, Shapovalov also brushed past P Cuevas in straight sets to enter the finals.

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Ruud vs Shapovalov Head-to-Head

22 (1999.04.15) Age 22 (1998.12.22)
Israel Birthplace Norway
Nassau, Bahamas Residence Oslo, Norway
6’1″ (185 cm) Height 6’0″ (183 cm)
165 lbs (75 kg) Weight 170 lbs (77 kg)
Left-Handed Plays Right-Handed
One-Handed Backhand Two-Handed
2017 Turned Pro 2015
11/10 YTD Won/Lost 16/6
0 YTD Titles 0
115/97 CAREER W/L 78/59
1 Career Titles 1
$6,391,083 Career Prize Money $3,012,296

 

When will the Geneva Open final (Ruud vs Shapovalov) be played?

The Geneva Open final will be played on Saturday, May 22.

Where is the Geneva Open being played?

The Geneva Open is being played at the Tennis Club de Genève at the Parc des Eaux-Vives in Geneva, Switzerland.

Geneva Open prize money 2021- Men’s Singles prize money

Round Points Prize Money
Winner 250 € 41,145
Finals 150 € 29,500
SF 90 € 21,000
Quarter Finals 45 € 14,000
Round 16 20 € 9,000
R28 0 € 5,415
Qualifier 2 6 € 2,645
Qualifier 1 0 € 1,375

 

Geneva Open 2021 Semifinals LIVE: When, where and how to watch Geneva Open Semifinals LIVE stream for free

Here’s how to watch the Geneva Open 2021 FINAL LIVE stream (Ruud vs Shapovalov)

You need an Amazon Prime subscription to watch the event in the UK and US. The highlight will be made available on the Amazon Primer sports page on YouTube. If you do not have the subscription and news to the platform, there will be an option to enjoy a 30-day free membership plan. You can also get a TennisTV subscription to watch the match live.

Geneva Open defending champion

Alexander Zverev is the defending champion of the tournament but he has decided to give the tournament a miss this time.

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