Open 13

The International Tennis Tournament Open 13 Marseille Open also is a year in French Marseille material discharged ATP tournament. The first tournament was held in 1993. The number 13 in the tournament name is the code INSEE of Bouches -du -Rhône, of which Marseille is the capital.

With Boris Becker in 1995 and Marc Rosset 1993 and 1994 the first three years tournament had a winner of a German-speaking country. Furthermore Rosset also won in 2000 and his compatriot Roger Federer in 2003. Record winner are the Swede Thomas Enqvist and the Swiss Marc Rosset, who could win the tournament three times. Last time winner from France was Jo -Wilfried Tsonga in 2013.

The tournament will now take place in February and lasts for a week, the tournament is part of the ATP World Tour 250 tournament of the lowest category of the ATP World Tour. The venue is the Palais des sports de Marseille, it holds up to 5800 seats. It is played on hard court in the hall at least € 621,560 in prize money, of which the winner will receive € 99,545. Tournament director is Jean -François Caujolle.

Previous winners