Beach Tennis Open Saarlouis
The German town of Saarlouis will 2024 host for the seventh time one of the most prestigious beach tennis tournaments in Europe as it welcomes the ITF Beach Tennis Open Saarlouis with the Sand Series Saarlouis Classic and the German Championships.
DTB German Championships Beach Tennis, international ITF BT Sand Series tournament, Amateur Cup of Saarlouis, special day for people with disabilities, Open Courts, exhibition area, great side events, pure beach feeling and lots more!
After the huge success in the new location combining 9 courts in the city centre, the world’s best beach tennis players are set to meet once again from 13 to 18 August 2024 in the German region of Saarland for the ITF Beach Tennis Open Saarlouis, where they will battle it out for world ranking points.
World-class beach tennis in Saarlouis!
From 13 to 18 August 2024 the beach tennis world will once again turn its eyes to the German town of Saarlouis as it welcomes the world’s best players for the international Beach Tennis Open Saarlouis. This year’s event, the seventh edition of the Beach Tennis Open Saarlouis. It forms part of the ITF World Tour Sand Series and has a total prize fund of $50,000 – the highest prize money of any beach tennis tournament in the world. The ITF World Tour Sand Series is the ultimate international grand slam series in the sport of beach tennis. Saarlouis is one of just a few selected stops around the world. Fast rallies, a unique urban atmosphere and fantastic fans will all contribute to what is set to be a memorable event. As well as the international Beach Tennis Open Saarlouis, this event will also host the German Beach Tennis Championships where the national champions will be crowned.
Beach tennis in a downtown location – that is what players and fans can look forward to in Saarlouis, a German town on the border with France which has made a name for itself in recent years as one of the world’s top destinations for beach tennis. The growth in popularity of the Beach Tennis Open Saarlouis has now led the organisers to relocate the event to the Großer Markt square in the centre of town. The tournament is once again expected to attract over 400 players, including the international elite.