Nature Valley Internation tennis live stream

Nature Valley Internation tennis live stream

ATP Eastbourne 2018 Live Stream: Watch and bet on Nature Valley International tennis live from Eastbourne
Andrew Hendrie in ATP Tour 15 Jun 201 8

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Diego Schwartzman, Kyle Edmund, Denis Shapovalov and two-time champion Feliciano Lopez are among the star attractions at the 2018 Nature Valley International in Eastbourne as the ATP 250 event is live between June 24-30.

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Contents
ATP Eastbourne tournament schedule
Who is playing ATP Eastbourne in 2018?
ATP Eastbourne seeds
About ATP Eastbourne
ATP Eastbourne tournament information
Previous ATP Eastbourne champions
How to watch and bet on tennis live from Eastbourne

ATP Eastbourne tournament schedule
ATP Eastbourne 2018 schedule
Date – Time Event Name Location
27 Jun 2018 11:00 R2 Devonshire Park
28 Jun 2018 11:00 QFs Devonshire Park
29 Jun 2018 11:00 SFs Devonshire Park
30 Jun 2018 12:30 Final Devonshire Park

Who is playing ATP Eastbourne in 2018?
The majority of top ATP players traditionally don’t play the week before a Grand Slam, but with Wimbledon on the horizon, the Nature Valley International field in Eastbourne has still managed to lure a number of leading men for the ATP 250 tournament.

One of the main men to watch over the week will be homegrown hope Kyle Edmund. The World No. 18 has taken the mantle of British No. 1 from the injured Andy Murray over the course of 2018 and has been extremely impressive throughout the year, breaking into the top 20 and reaching the Australian Open semi-finals in January.

But how will Edmund handle the pressure of playing at home? With Wimbledon just one week away, Edmund will be determined to build up some form and confidence as he prepares to tackle his home Grand Slam.

Diego Schwartzman hasn’t had much success on grass, but the Argentine is arguably the most improved ATP player over the last 18 months – so much so that he’s on the verge of cracking the top 10 after making Grand Slam quarter-finals at the U.S. Open and French Open in the last 12 months, along with winning the ATP 500 Rio Open in February.

Speaking of rapid rises, how about former Wimbledon junior champion Denis Shapovalov? The teenage sensation was still battling it out on the Challenger Tour this time last year, but after a whirlwind last 12 months or so, Shapovalov is now seeded at ATP tournaments and expected to challenge to make the second week of slams.

You can never discount grass-court specialist Feliciano Lopez, with the Spanish veteran a two-time champion in Eastbourne and also a winner at Queen’s Club last year. With his slick serve-and-volley style, Lopez is one of the few grass-court traditionalists left, and he is certainly among the favourites for another Eastbourne title this week.

Gilles Muller is another veteran with a huge serve who has enjoyed success on grass in the past, while you can also throw Mischa Zverev into the same boat. Other names to look out for during the week include David Ferrer, Filip Krajinovic, Steve Johnson, Daniil Medvedev, Alexandr Dolgopolov and 2011 Eastbourne champion Andreas Seppi.

ATP Eastbourne seeds
Check back here for the ATP Eastbourne seeds when the draw is released.
About ATP Eastbourne
Played in the last week of the ATP World Tour’s short but intense grass-court season – expanded from two weeks between the French Open and Wimbledon to three weeks in 2015 – the Nature Valley International Eastbourne is the last of five tournaments played on grass between the second and third Grand Slams of the year and offers one last chance for players to tune up their games ahead of Wimbledon, as well as 250 ranking points to the winner and substantial prize money as well.

Previously known by various different names including the John Player Open, Slazenger Nottingham Open, Samsung Open and the Aegon Open, the Nature Valley International has a history stretching back to 1970 when the tournament replaced the Manchester Open, Australia’s Andrew Smith winning the inaugural title when he defeated the USA’s Chauncey Steele in the final.

The Nottingham Open was part of the Grand Prix circuit from 1970 to 1977 and briefly elevated to a Grand Prix Super Series event in 1974-5, with Sam Smith, Tony Roche, Jimmy Connors and Frew McMillan among the players who either won the title or reached the final during this time. The 1977 event was abandoned due to rain and the Nottingham Open wasn’t played again until 1995, when it resumed as part of the ATP World Tour.

Between 1995 and 2008, the Aegon Open Nottingham continued to be played at the Nottingham Tennis Centre with Greg Rusedski (1997, 2003), Jonas Bjorkman (1998, 2002), Cedric Pioline (1999) and Paradorn Srichapan (2004) among the retired players who captured the historic trophy.

Richard Gasquet won back-to-back titles in 2005-6 and Ivo Karlovic, the six-foot-ten Croatian with the mammoth serve, followed suit in 2007-8.

In 2009, the tournament moved to Eastbourne where it was combined with the long-standing and very popular women’s event there. Dmitry Tursunov, Michael Llodra, Andreas Seppi and Andy Roddick won the title during the tournament’s sojourn on the coast before Feliciano Lopez won back-to-back titles in 2013-14.

In 2015 with the expansion of the grass-court season, the Nature Valley International moved back to Nottingham became a combined event with the women’s tournament played the week after the French Open and the men’s tournament played two weeks later. Uzbekistan’s Denis Istomin won the title on the tournament’s return to Nottingham, defeating former Queen’s Club champion Sam Querrey in the final. The 2016 edition of the Nature Valley International would be the last time it was staged in Nottingham for the time being, with Steve Johnson winning his first ATP title with a straight sets win over Pablo Cuevas in the final. Novak Djokovic headlined the 2017 tournament as he went in search of match practice ahead of Wimbledon – and although his campaign at the All England Club ended in disappointment, he managed to capture the title in Eastbourne, conquering Gael Monfils in the final.

ATP Eastbourne tournament information
Fast facts about the Nature Valley International
ATP Eastbourne Nature Valley International
Dates June 24-30, 2018
Location Eastbourne, United Kingdom
Venue Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Club
Surface Grass
Category ATP 250
First played 2009
Draw size 32
Prize money €661,085
Most titles Feliciano Lopez (2)
Reigning Singles Champion Novak Djokovic
Reigning Doubles Champions Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan
Previous ATP Eastbourne champions
Previous ATP Eastbourne winners
Year Champion Runner-up
2009 Dmitry Tursunov Frank Dancevic
2010 Michael Llodra Guillermo Garcia-Lopez
2011 Andreas Seppi Janko Tipsarevic
2012 Andy Roddick Andreas Seppi
2013 Feliciano Lopez Gilles Simon
2014 Feliciano Lopez Richard Gasquet
2015-16 Not held Not held
2017 Novak Djokovic Gael Monfils
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