Rothesay Open Nottingham 2023: Preview, player list, draw and how to watch
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One of the highlights of the summer – the Rothesay Open Nottingham is back for 2023 and set to be better than ever.
Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s Rothesay Open Nottingham.
When is the Rothesay Open Nottingham 2023?
Qualifying for the Rothesay Open Nottingham starts from Saturday 10 June until Sunday 11 June.
The main draw gets underway on Monday 12 June through to finals day on Sunday 18 June.
Where is the Rothesay Open Nottingham 2023?
The Rothesay Open Nottingham will take place at the Nottingham Tennis Centre – home to over 40 tennis courts, including 13 grass.
The Nottingham Tennis Centre is the largest public tennis centre in Great Britain and since May 2022 has been under the management of the LTA.
How to watch the Rothesay Open Nottingham 2023
Coverage of the WTA 250 event at Rothesay Open Nottingham will be live across Prime Video and across the BBC digital channels and red button, while the ATP Challenger will only be available on the BBC.
Which British players will be competing at the Rothesay Open 2023?
Andy Murray is set to star at the Rothesay Open Nottingham this week after receiving a wild card into the main draw. The former No.1 heads to Nottingham in strong form on the grass, having already made the semi-finals at the Lexus Surbiton Trophy.
Meanwhile in the women's draw, Katie Boulter and Katie Swan have received wild cards for this years tournament. Having both found their form on the grass already by reaching the Lexus Surbiton Trophy semi-finals, Boulter and Swan will be looking to carry over their successes into Nottingham next week.
Who else is playing at the Rothesay Open Nottingham 2023?
World No.8 Maria Sakkari has a wild card to compete at the Rothesay Open Nottingham for the second year in a row. Sakkari has reached four WTA semi-finals already this year, including 1000 events in Madrid and Rome.
Reigning Rothesay Open Nottingham champion Beatriz Haddad Maia has also received a wild card to this year's event, as the Brazilian world No.12 returns to defend her title off the back of an epic semi-final appearance at Roland Garros.
Poland’s Magda Linette is set to mount a title challenge in Nottingham this year. The world No.19 made the semi-finals at the Australian Open this year – defeating Caroline Garcia, Karolina Pliskova and Annett Kontaveit along the way.
Another former champion who will no doubt be one to watch this year is Croatia’s Donna Vekic. The world No.22 has already risen by 47 places this year thanks to a quarter-final run at the Australian Open and winning the title in Monterrey.
Tournament Director and former British No.1 Laura Robson recently said that she’s looking forward to seeing Australia‘s Ajla Tomlijanovic this summer. One of the stars of Netflix’s Break Point, Tomlijanovic is on her way back to recovering from injury.
On the men’s side Constant Lestienne, Nuno Borges, Jiri Vesely and Alekandar Vukic make up four of the other five players ranked in the top 100.
Who are the reigning Rothesay Open Nottingham champions?
- Women’s singles – Beatriz Haddad Maia (BRA)
- Men’s singles – Dan Evans (GBR)
- Women’s doubles – Beatriz Haddad Maia (BRA) & Zhang Shuai (CHN)
- Men’s doubles – Jonny O’Mara (GBR) & Ken Skupski (GBR)
When is the Rothesay Open Nottingham 2023 draw?
All information on the Rothesay Open Nottingham draws and order of play will be available in our Score Centre.