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All about the ATP 500 tournament in Vienna, Austria

Dominic Thiem enjoyed a breakthrough last summer when he won his first title on home soil at the General Open in Kitzbuhel. He wants to continue his success at the ATP 500 in Austria at the Erste Bank Open. Winning four tourney titles this season, Thiem makes his ninth appearance in Vienna, where he is twice the quarterfinals.

Recent semifinalist in Shanghai, Matteo Berrettini, is trying to strengthen his position among the top eight in the London ATP competition by providing a strong show in Vienna. Gael Monfils, Diego Schwartzman and Karen Khachanov, who follow Berrettin in the table with less than 1,000 points, are trying to gain valuable competition points to boost their hopes of the Nitto ATP final.

Here's everything you need to know about the Vienna Tennis Tournament: what's on the schedule to see who has won and more. & Nbsp; & nbsp;

Tournament Dates: 21st - 27th October 2019
The raffle ceremony: Saturday, October 19 at 12:00 at Marriott
Schedule & nbsp; (show on official website)
* Qualification: Starts Saturday at 11am
* Main Draw: Starts Monday at 2pm
* Biathlon Final: Sunday, October 27th at 11:45
* Single Match Final: Sunday, October 27th at 2:00 pm
Venue: Wiener Stadthalle
Sessions of the General Court: 8800
Surface: Hard indoors
Prize money: $ 2,296,490 (Total financial commitment: $ 2,433,810) & nbsp; & nbsp;
Badge of Honor (Open Age)
Most Titles, Single: Brian Gottfried (4)
Most titles, doubles: Bob Hewitt, Anders Jarryd, Evgeni Kafelnikov, Lukasz Kubot, Frew McMillan (3)
Oldest Champion: In 2013, 35-year-old Tommy Haas
Youngest Champion: In 1988, 20-year-old Horst Skoff
Lowest ranked champion (since 1978): No. 175 Anders Jarryd in 1990
Highest Game Win: Brian Gottfried (31)
Hashtag: #ErsteBankOpen
Facebook: @erstebankopen
Instagram: @erstebankopen
Twitter: @erstebankopen

Did you know ... Former Austrian No. 1 Thomas Muster never won the Vienna title, though he reached the final three times. Horst Skoff became the first triumph here, defeating Pattern in the 1988 finals. Jurgen Melzer joined Skoff's Honorary Doubles title in 2009-10. & Nbsp;

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