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ATP 250 – Gstaad 2022 – Clay

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Tournament History 1968-2019, 2021-Present (54th Edition in 2022)

Singles Final Sunday 24 July at 2:00pm

Wild Cards (3) Marc-Andrea Huesler (SUI), Alexander Ritschard (SUI), Dominic Stricker (SUI)

Qualifiers (4) TBD on Monday 18 July

Oldest Player Richard Gasquet (36)

#NextGenATP (2) Jiri Lehecka (20), Dominic Stricker (19)

Tournament Records Most Titles – Sergi Bruguera, Alex Strap (3)

Most Wins – Sergi Bruguera (32)

Youngest Champion – Richard Gasquet, 20, in 2006

Oldest Champion – Ken Rosewall, 40, in 1975

Highest-Ranked Champion – No. 1 Roger Federer in 2004

Lowest-Ranked Champion – No. 119 Thomas Bellucci in 2009

Last Swiss Champion – Roger Federer in 2004

The heads of series

1 Casper Ruud (NOR) 31-13 (Buenos Aires, Geneva Titles) 4-0 (2021 Title)

2 Matteo Berrettini (ITA) 18-6 (Stuttgart, Queen’s Club Titles) 5-0 (2018 Title)

3 Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) 23-10 (Doha Title) 7-5 (2018 Final)

4 Albert Ramos-Vinolas (ESP) 15-16 (Cordoba Title) 6-1 (2019 Title)

5 Pedro Martinez (ESP) 14-16 (Santiago Title) 0-0 (Debut)

6 Cristian Garin (CHI) 16-16 (Houston SF) 1-1 (2021 QF)

7 Hugo Gaston (FRA) 10-13 (‘s-Hertogenbosch QF) 4-1 (2021 Final)

8 Joao Sousa (POR) 12-12 (Pune Title) 7-4 (2019 SF)

Match schedule HERE

The results HERE

LIVE follow-up HERE

The updated table HERE

Monday July 18

Alexander Ritschard, ATP 190, had a great performance in front of his home crowd, eliminating the TDS 8 Joao Sousa (POR) 6/3 6/3. Federico Delbonis gets rid of Mikael Ymer in two sets.

Same scenario for Jiri Lehecka (TCH) against Tomas Martin Etcheverry, and for Pedro Martinez against his compatriot Carlos Taberner.

TO BE CONTINUED

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