Bublik, Johnson and Nishioka Headline Field in Newport; All You Need To Know

The 2019 Hall of Fame Open finalist, Alexander Bublik, will lead the field at the ATP 250 grass-court event in Newport as he goes in search of a first ATP Tour title.

American Steve Johnson won the trophy in 2018 and will compete alongside countrymen Sam Querrey, Tennys Sandgren, Marcos Giron and Denis Kudla. Other stars that have entered are World No. 56 Yoshihito Nishioka and Australian Jordan Thompson.

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Established: 1976

Tournament Dates: 11-18th July 2021

Tournament Director: Todd Martin

Draw Ceremony: Saturday, 10 July TBC

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Schedule (View On Official Website)
* Qualifying: Sunday at 11:00 am
* Main draw: Monday – Saturday at 11:00 am, Sunday 12:00 pm
* Doubles final: Sunday, 18 July at TBC
* Singles final: Sunday, 18 July at 12:00 pm

How To Watch
Watch Live On Tennis TV
TV Schedule

Tickets: More Information On Official Website

Venue: International Tennis Hall Of Fame
Surface: Grass

Prize Money: €466,870 (Total Financial Commitment: €535,535) 

View Who Is Playing, Past Champions, Seeds, Points & Prize Money Breakdown

Honour Roll (Open Era)
Most Titles, Singles: John Isner (4)
Most Titles, Doubles: Jordan Kerr (5)
Oldest Champion: Ivo Karlovic, 37, in 2016
Youngest Champion: Greg Rusedski, 19, in 1993
Highest-Ranked Champion: No. 11 John Isner in 2012
Lowest-Ranked Champion: No. 214 Mark Philippoussis in 2006
Most Match Wins: John Isner (23)

2019 Finals
Singles: [1] John Isner (USA) d [7] Alexander Bublik (KAZ) 7-6(2), 6-3 Read & Watch
Doubles: Marcel Granollers (SPA)/Sergiy Stakhovsky (UKR) d Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela (MEX) / Marcelo Arevalo (SLV) 6-7(10), 6-4, 13-11 Read More

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Twitter: @TennisHalloFame
Instagram: @tennishallofame

Did You Know?
The Hall of Fame Open is the last grass-court tournament of the season on the ATP Tour and is the only professional event to be played on the surface outside of Europe.