Swiss Open (tennis)
The ATP tournament in Gstaad ( officially Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad ) is a men's tennis tournament in Gstaad, which is held every year since 1915 in July on sand. It is one of the ATP World Tour 250 ATP World Tour.
Last time winner from Switzerland Roger Federer was in the 2004 record winner in the Open Era, the Spaniard Sergi Bruguera and two Àlex Corretja, who could win the tournament three times. ; in the 60 years of the Australian Roy Emerson won the tournament five times and is the most successful player in the tournament's history. In doubles, the Czech David Rikl was most successful with four titles.
2013 was played for prize money totaling € 467,800, of which the winner receives € 74,000 in the individual event. The tournament directors were Jean -François Collet and Julien Finkbeiner of the Grand Chelem Event SA.