Tel Aviv Open

The ATP tournament from Tel Aviv ( Tel Aviv officially open, in the years 1990-1991 Riklis Classic) is a former men's tennis tournament in the ATP Tour, which was held from 1979 to 1996 in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was played outdoors on hard courts, the venue was the Canada Stadium in Israel Tennis Center (Hebrew: המרכז לטניס בישראל ) in Ramat haScharon, a suburb of Tel Aviv. Today, the stadium is primarily used for games of the Israeli Davis Cup team. The tournament ran last up to its setting in the year 1996 under the ATP World Series, the predecessor series on the ATP World Tour 250 In the years 1998-1999 the Challenger Tour tournament was again held as part of ATP.

Record winner in the individual with three titles is Brad Gilbert, in a double Ilie Năstase could only win more than once. Amos Mansdorf reached a total of five times the singles final and won in 1987 for the first and last time, so he is the only Israeli individual winner. In Tel Aviv, tennis legend Jimmy Connors won his last title and the tournament holds with Aaron Krickstein still the record for the youngest tournament winner ( Krickstein was old when he won in 1983 16 years and two months).

List of winners