Rothesay International Eastbourne 2023: Preview, player list, draw and how to watch
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The grass court season rolls on to Eastbourne for the Rothesay International this weekend for the WTA 500 and ATP 250 event at Devonshire Park. Here's everything you need to know.
When is the Rothesay International Eastbourne 2023?
Qualifying at the Rothesay International Eastbourne will take place from Saturday 24 June to Sunday 25 June.
The main draw is set to feature from Monday 26 June to Saturday 1 July.
Where is the Rothesay International Eastbourne taking place?
Devonshire Park is a world-renowned tennis venue and is home to the Rothesay International Eastbourne. Founded in 1894, it is one of the oldest tennis clubs in the world and boasts 12 grass courts.
What is the order of play for the Rothesay Interntional Eastbourne?
The daily order of play will be available in our Score Centre - alongside all the draws, live scores and results.
How to watch the Rothesay International Eastbourne
You can watch this year’s Rothesay International Eastbourne live on Prime Video and via BBC digital channels.
Which British players are competing at the Rothesay International Eastbourne 2023?
Boulter clinched her first career WTA title at her home event in Nottingham this month - defeating three fellow Brits en route to the title. Last year, Boulter beat Karolina Pliskova in Eastbourne to bag her first top 10 win, before losing to future champion Petra Kvitova in three-sets.
In the men's draw - Liam Broady will be hoping to pick up some strong results alongside fellow wild cards Ryan Peniston and George Loffhagen. Peniston defeated now world No.6 Holger Rune in Eastbourne last year, while Loffhagen was a quarter-finalist in Nottingham.
Who is playing at the Rothesay International Eastbourne 2023?
Eight of the current WTA top 10 will be heading down to the South Coast – including reigning Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina, world No.5 Jessica Pegula, former Rothesay Classic Birmingham champion Ons Jabeur and 19-year-old superstar, Coco Gauff.
Defending champion and world No.9 Petra Kvitova is back to try and retain her title. The 33-year-old will be looking to add to her 30 WTA titles, including two Wimbledon singles crowns.
World No.4 and former Birmingham champion Caroline Garcia has also received a wild card into the star-studded line-up in Eastbourne.
In the men’s draw, reigning champion Taylor Fritz will lead the title challenge again this year as the top seed. The world No.8 has won two of his five titles on the grass courts at Eastbourne and will go in search of a hat-trick this year.
Joining him will be fellow American Tommy Paul, 2021 champion Alex De Minaur and former Queen’s titleholder, Grigor Dimitrov.
The wheelchair draws will see two world No.1s in both draws - Dutch star Diede De Groot in the women's and Niels Vink in the quad draws.
Who are the Rothesay International Eastbourne reigning champions?
- Women's singles: Petra Kvitova (CZE)
- Men's singles: Taylor Fritz (USA)
- Women's doubles: Barbora Krejčíková (CZE) & Kateřina Siniaková (CZE)
- Men's doubles: Rinky Hijikata (AUS) & Jason Kubler (AUS)
When is the Rothesay International Eastbourne draw?
Details of the Rothesay International Eastbourne draw to be announced soon.