• Tournament Director Martin Claesson together with winner Andrey Golubev and finlist Karen Khachanov.

    Golubev lucky winner in Jonkoping

    The singles final was a drama with three tiebreak sets and four lost match points for Karen Khachanov to look back on. It took 2 hrs 44 minutes to finish and was the tournament longest match. Finally Andrey Golobev from Kazakhstan could lift the trophy in the first ever RC Hotel Open and in the […]
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  • mackansekulic

    Unexpected doubles success for Sweden

    One seeded singles player left in the tournament on semi-final day. Three unseeded wild card parings from Sweden left in the doubles tournament. RC Hotel Open brings surprises to the challenger tour. Jan-Lennart Struff will be challenged by Karen Khachanov for a place in the final on Sunday. Struff was victorious against Frenchman Tristan Lamasine […]
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  • Ymerswob

    Surprises continuing

    There is just one seeded singles player left in the draw when the tournament reaches quarter final stages. And In the doubles the ATP Sofia champions 2016 is the only seeded combination left for the Friday schedule. Evidence that the line up in Jonkoping has a lot of depth. Swedish players have been one reason […]
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  • rosenbh

    Swedish surprises in Jonkoping

    Three of the four top seeded players lost on Wednesday in RC Hotel Open. This open up the singles draw and also in the doubles there has been seeded casualties in the first day of action. Swedish players have been doing surprisingly well knocking of higher ranked opponents. The biggest upsets so far in the […]
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  • Arvidsson fh webb

    Top seeds in action on Wednesday

    Number one and number two seeds plus four Swedish players are in action in singles on Wednesday in RC Hotel Open. It doesn´t happen very often that there are so many Swedes in a ATP challenger tournament as five, but on home soil wild cards can give the lower ranked players the possibility to challenge […]
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  • Swedish Wild Card Markus Eriksson

    Six seeds in action on day two

    There will be a lot of quality tennis played in RC Hotel Open on Tuesday. Six of the eight seeds are in action, including number one seed from Serbia Filip Krajinovic. The home crowd will have the chance to follow Markus Eriksson against number three seed Jan Lennart Struff. After a doubles match on the […]
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  • Qualytrio

    Main draw dreams for home players

    Four qualification matches including three home players and two interesting singles matches in the main draw is scheduled for Monday 7th of March in RC Hotel Open. An all Russian affair is scheduled as the evening match the first main draw day in Jonkoping. The younger one, Karen Khachanov, has the edge against fellow countryman […]
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  • A quality doubles draw

    The doubles tournament in RC Hotel Open has all the ingredients to be a great one. In the four seeded doubles teams all players are ranked top 100 in the world which is unusual in a challenger tournament on this level. The pairing of Johan Brunström and Frederik Nielsen consists of two top 100 ranked players. They […]
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  • Qualification day two: Six Swedes in action

    Three countries will dominate the second day of qualification action at RC Hotel Open. Six home players, three players from Germany and two from France will be battling for a place in the final round of the qualification. Day two action will also include players from Netherlands, Russia, Belarus, Switzerland and Spain. The first day […]
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  • The main draw is set

    ATP challenger tournament RC Hotel Open clashes were set up on Saturday at the official draw, including crowd favourite and number 2 seed Dustin Brown set to face Swedish wild card and Davis Cup player Isak Arvidsson. Fellow Swedes also has tough opponents waiting in the first round. Swedish number one player, Elias Ymer, will […]
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