The 2022 clay season does not seem to take a break as the action quickly shifts from Barcelona to Munich. The BMW Open is the next ATP 250 event on the calendar alongside the Estoril Open. The German competition is one of the oldest ATP events and several stars have made their name in it. This year, perhaps the biggest name in Munich will be home favorite and world no. 3 Alexander Zverev. Defending champion Nikoloz Basilashvili will have his work cut for him if he wants to retain his crown.
The BMW Open has always had a reputation of being action-packed and looking at the entries, this season will be no exception. With under a month to go for the prestigious Roland Garros, players will be looking to bring their A-game and improve their form on clay. Here is all you need to know about the 2022 BMW Open.
The main draw of the BMW Open will commence from April 25 and the final is scheduled for May 1. The action each day will begin from 11 am local time or 2:30 pm Indian Standard Time.
|Round of 32||April 25 and 26|
|Round if 16||April 27|
|Semi-finals||April 29 and 20|
Botic van de Zandschulp
(Wildcard) Philipp Kohlschreiber
US – Tennis Channel
UK – Amazon Prime Video
Canada – TSN
Australia – beIN sports
The prize money which the victor of the BMW Open is 534,555 euros. The total financial commitment is 597,900 euros