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Rothesay International Eastbourne

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Rothesay International Eastbourne 2024: Preview, draws, schedule, player list and how to watch


The grass court season is moving on to Eastbourne as the WTA and ATP tours head to the Rothesay International Eastbourne at Devonshire Park.

Find out everything you need to know about the tournament from who's competing to the draws, schedule and past British performances at the event.

When is the Rothesay International Eastbourne 2024?

Qualifying for this year’s Rothesay International Eastbourne will get underway from Saturday 22 to Sunday 23 June.

The main draw will take place from Monday 24 to Saturday 29 June.

Where is the Rothesay International Eastbourne taking place?

The Rothesay International Eastbourne will once again return to Devonshire Park in 2024.

This historic grass court tennis venue is one of the oldest in the world – founded in 1894 – and boasts 12 world class courts.

How to watch the Rothesay International Eastbourne 2024

You can watch coverage of the Rothesay International Eastbourne across BBC TV, BBC iPlayer and digital channels and on the Tennis Channel.

When is the Rothesay International Eastbourne 2024 draw?

More details on the Rothesay International Eastbourne draw and order of play will be available soon.

You will be able to get all the information plus live scores, stats and player profiles through our Score Centre.

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Who is playing at the Rothesay International Eastbourne?


The Rothesay International Eastbourne boasts a star-studded line-up including eight WTA top 20 players.

Top five WTA seeds:

  1. Elena Rybakina (KAZ)
  2. Jessica Pegula (USA)
  3. Danielle Collins (USA)
  4. Jelena Ostapenko (LAT)
  5. Madison Keys (USA)


There are a number of other players to keep an eye out for as well, including Roland Garros runner-up Jasmine Paolini and2021 US Open runner-up Leylah Fernandez.

On the men’s side, past champions are set to return as well as young rising stars.

Top five ATP seeds:

  1. Taylor Fritz (USA)
  2. Tommy Paul (USA)
  3. Alexander Bublik (KAZ)
  4. Sebastian Baez (ARG)
  5. Jiri Lehecka (CZE)


Player entry list

Which British players will be competing at the Rothesay International Eastbourne 2024?


British No.1 Katie Boulter comes into Eastbourne in brilliant form having won her second straight title at the Rothesay Open Nottingham after beating 2016 champion Karolina Pliskova in the final. Boulter has climbed to a career-high ranking of world No.30 this season and captured the biggest title of her career in San Diego.

Wild card Emma Raducanu will certainly be one to watch in Eastbourne. The 21-year-old Brit made her grass court comeback in Nottingham last week where she reached her first WTA semi-final on the surface.

On her return from injury, the young Brit was instrumental in Great Britain’s win over France at the Billie Jean King Cup this year – winning both her rubbers to see the Brits into the Finals.

Jack Draper will lead the British challenge in the men’s draw. The 22-year-old recently became the new British No.1 after winning his first ATP title in Stuttgart.

This year will also see men's, women's and quad wheelchair draws, with British stars Alfie Hewett, Gordon Reid, Lucy Shuker, Andy Lapthorne and more set to star.

Who are the reigning Rothesay International Eastbourne champions?

  • Women’s singles: Madison Keys (USA)
  • Men’s singles: Francisco Cerundolo (ARG)
  • Women’s doubles: Desirae Krawczyk (USA) & Demi Schuurs (NED)
  • Men’s doubles: Nikola Mektic (CRO) & Mate Pavic (CRO)

Past British performances at Rothesay International Eastbourne

Virginia Wade is the only British woman to have won the title in Eastbourne – defeating Billie Jean King in the 1975 final 7-5, 4-6, 6-4. Wade also finished runner-up to USA’s Chris Evert in 1974 and 1976.

In doubles, Jo Durie made the final twice in 1983 with fellow Brit Anne Hobbs, and in 1984 with Ann Kiyomura but on both occasions lost to US duo Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver on their run of six straight titles.

There has been more success in the men’s doubles. In 2012 Colin Fleming and Ross Hutchins became the first Brits to lift the title against countrymen Jamie Delgado and Ken Skupski.

Dom Inglot went on to win it in 2014 with Treat Huey, beating Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares in the final. Lastly in 2019 Jonny O’Mara and Luke Bambridge overcame brother Neal and Ken Skupski 7-5, 6-4 in the final.

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