The Bavarian International Tennis Championships (German: Internationale Tennis-Meisterschaften von Bayern, known since 1990 by its sponsored name BMW Open) is a men's tennis tournament held at the MTTC Iphitos in Munich, Germany. Held since 1900, the tournament is played on outdoor clay courts and is a part of the ATP Tour schedule.
|Category||ATP World Series|
ATP International Series
ATP World Tour 250 series
|Surface||Clay / outdoors|
|Draw||28S / 16D|
|Prize money||€481,270 (2021)|
|Current champions (2021)|
|Men's singles||Nikoloz Basilashvili|
|Men's doubles|| Kevin Krawietz|
==History== In 1900, the first edition of the tournament was held by the tennis club Münchner Tennis- und Turnierclub (MTTC) Iphitos, which was the first tennis club in Munich having been formed in 1892 by students. The club only had grass courts, and the first edition was therefore played on grass.
The Center Court of the MTTC has been in Aumeisterweg since 1930, and holds 5,600 people.
The tournament has offered prize money since 1970, when the total prizes amounted to $20,000.
- Eoin Connolly (29 April 2010). "BMW keeps name on Munich ATP event". www.sportspromedia.com. SportsPro.
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