Trofeo Conde De Godo - Eliminatorias Tickets
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The Trofeo Conde De Godo - Eliminatorias is a part of the Barcelona Open, one of the most popular tennis tournaments in the world. It is part of the ATP World Tour and was first played in 1953. Since then, it has taken place each year in the capital city of Spain, Barcelona. Its host is the city's Real Club de Tenis and is a 500 Series tournament in the ATP World Tour. The tournament is played in the beautiful Spanish outdoors, on clay courts, and has a total cash prize of almost two million Euros. With Trofeo Conde De Godo - Eliminatorias tickets, anyone can see these rounds of the Spanish tournament, live.
The current sponsor of the Trofeo Conde De Godo - Eliminatorias tournament is Banco Sabadell, thus the name Open Banco Sabadell is often used to describe the tournament. It was first an event that was part of the Grand Prix in tennis, but became a member of the ATP World Tour's 500 Series in 1990. Rafael Nadal, one of the best tennis players in the world today has won the tournament the most times, with eight championships to his name. This event is the second most popular tennis tournament in Spain, after the Madrid Open, which is also an ATP World Tour tennis tournament. The first five winners of Barcelona were all professional American tennis players; Vice Seixas in 1953, Tony Trabert in 1954, Art Larsen in 1955 and Herbert Flam in 1956 and 1957.
Since 2005, Rafael Nadal has won all Trofeo Conde De Godo - Eliminatorias matches and Barcelona Open championships, except for one. In the doubles competition, the first pair to win the competition were Argentinean player Enrique Morea and American player Vic Seixas, who also won the singles that year. More recently, Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski from Poland won the doubles tournament in 2012, with Bruno Soares from Brazil and Alexander Peya from Austria winning it in 2013. In 2010, a senior's competition was also held and Goran Ivanisevic won it.
Host country, Spain holds the record for the most titles won, with eighty six wins, followed by Australia, with forty nine wins, and then the US with thirty nine titles. Argentina ranks fourth with twenty seven titles won and Sweden on a close fifth rank with twenty one titles won. Australian pro tennis player, Roy Emerson holds the record for the most doubles titles won, at seven, with two Americans holding the record for winning the tournament's singles and doubles titles. So, if you wish to find out who wins from whom this time around, get Trofeo Conde De Godo - Eliminatorias tickets today.