Eastbourne Open Tennis 2013

The 2013 Eastbourne Open is a joint WTA women’s and ATP Tour men’s tennis tournament and one leg of the 3-part grass court season in held in Great Britain. The WTA event is one of twelve Premier category tournaments and the men’s event is one of 39 ATP Tour 250 category tournaments this year. The official name of Eastbourne due to title sponsorship naming rights is the AEGON International.

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I encourage you to “Follow” Eastbourne on Twitter like I do, the official handle is @BritishTennis and the official 2013 hashtag is #AEGONinternational. Please “Like” the official Eastbourne Facebook page just as I do by pasting https://www.facebook.com/britishtennislta into your address bar then click “Like” once you are there.

The 2013 edition of Eastbourne runs from the first day of qualifying on Sunday 16 June through to  Saturday 22 June for the Finals. It is held at the Devonshire Park Tennis Centre, Devonshire Park, College Road, Eastbourne, Sussex, BN21 4JJ.

This year is the 38th staging of the women’s tournament (began in 1974) and 18th straight year of the men’s event after beginning in 1996.

The 2012 women’s singles champion was the unseeded Tamira PASZEK who defeated No.5 seed Angelique KERBER in the final 5-7, 6-3, 7-5 to win her third WTA singles title.

The 2012 men’s singles champion was No.6 seed Andy RODDICK who defeated defending champion and No.3 seed Andreas SEPPI in the final 6-3, 6-2 to win his 31st ATP singles title.

  1. Eastbourne 2013 Order of Play
  2. Eastbourne 2012 Order of Play and Results
  3. Eastbourne 2012 Women’s Singles Draw
  4. Eastbourne 2012 Men’s Singles Draw
  5. WTA Premier Tournaments in 2013
  6. ATP Tour 250 Tournaments in 2013

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