Watch ATP Barcelona Live Streaming, Date, Start Time, Schedule | How to watch ATP Barcelona Online

Watch ATP Barcelona Live Streaming, Date, Start Time, Schedule | How to watch ATP Barcelona Online

ATP Barcelona Live Streaming


A standout amongst the most lofty occasions of the earth court season, the Barcelona Open has been played at Spain’s most established social club, the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona-1899, since 1953 and the 500-level occasion is a critical battleground making a course for Roland Garros.

Rafael Nadal has won the Barcelona Open a shocking multiple times and the King of Clay drives the field yet again when the 2019 release happens from 22-28 April, joined by 2018 sprinter up Stefanos Tsitsipas, French Open sprinter up Dominic Thiem, 2014-15 champion Kei Nishikori and more ATP Tour stars,


ATP Barcelona tennis is live from 22-28 April with play beginning around 10am nearby/11am BST. Bookmaker bet365 are putting forth clients the chance to watch a live stream of the matches nearby in-play wagering.

Watch and wager on Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell tennis live at bet365 > live spilling > tennis (geo-limitations apply; subsidized record required or to have put down a wagered over the most recent 24 hours to qualify)

How to watch and wager on Barcelona Open tennis

  1. Visit the FuboTV site
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  3. Select Live Streaming
  4. Select ‘Tennis’ from the ‘All Sports’ dropdown menu
  5. Appreciate a live stream and in-play wagering for ATP Barcelona tennis, live from Barcelona from 22-28 April 2019

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The 2019 Barcelona Open happens from 22-28 April.

ATP Barcelona 2019

Date – Time                     Event Name                      Location

22 Apr 2019 10:00          R1 Real                           Club de Tenis Barcelona

23 Apr 2019 10:00          R1 and R2 Real             Club de Tenis Barcelona

24 Apr 2019 10:00          R2 Real                          Club de Tenis Barcelona

25 Apr 2019 10:00         R16 Real                         Club de Tenis Barcelona

26 Apr 2019 11:30        Quarterfinals Real          Club de Tenis Barcelona

27 Apr 2019 12:30        Semifinals Real              Club de Tenis Barcelona

28 Apr 2019 15:00       Final Real                        Club de Tenis Barcelona


Who is playing at the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell in 2019?

Rafael Nadal comes back to the competition he’s ruled nearly without interference for well over 10 years. Nadal, Spain’s most loved child and the King of Clay, holds the ATP Tour record for most titles succeeded at a solitary competition, having triumphed at three occasions – the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, the French Open and the Barcelona Open – an aggregate of multiple times.

Nadal has a 58-3 record at the Barcelona Open and is on a 15-coordinate series of wins at the 500-level competition since losing to Fabio Fognini in 2015. He will search for a stunning twelfth title on the court named after him – Pista Rafa Nadal – when the 2019 release starts on Monday 22 April.

Nadal is clearly the star fascination, however the renowned Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell has likewise pulled in an ordinarily sparkling field in 2019. Nadal is joined by three different players positioned inside the best 10: Stefanos Tsitsipas, the Greek who had his achievement run when he made the last of the Barcelona Open in 2018 and has proceeded to achieve the elimination rounds at the Australian Open; Kei Nishikori, the 2014-15 Barcelona Open victor; and Dominic Thiem, the French Open finalist who has beaten Nadal on various occasions on dirt and as of late reinforced his case to be viewed as a contender for the greatest titles when he won his first Masters 1000 Series title at Indian Wells.

Tsitsipas is just a solitary one of the ‘Cutting edge’ stars because of light up the 2019 Barcelona Open, as the Greek is joined by Paris Masters champion Karen Khachanov, his comrade Daniil Medvedev, Australia’s Alex de Minaur and rising Canadians Denis Shapovalov and Miami semifinalist Felix Auger-Aliassime.

The more experienced Fabio Fognini and David Goffin, constantly interminable dangers at any mud court occasion, round out what is an incredibly solid field at the 2019 Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell.


One of 13 ATP 500 competitions for the season, and the just a solitary one on mud, the Barcelona Open was set up in 1953 and is played at the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona – the most established social club in Spain.

An essential stop making progress toward Roland Garros, and a prevalent goal following the consummation of the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters – which formally commences the European dirt court season the prior week – the Barcelona Open has seen a portion of the world’s best ever players beauty it’s respect move over its distinguished history. Amazing names including Roy Emerson, Manuel Santana, Ilie Nastase, Bjorn Borg, Ivan Lendl, Mats Wilander, Thomas Muster, Marat Safin and Juan Carlos Ferrero have all risen triumphant at the Barcelona Open throughout the years. Spaniards generally exceed expectations at the Barcelona Open, with just two finals since 1996 highlighting two players from different nations.

Obviously, the Spanish-conceived King of Clay, Rafael Nadal, has commanded the competition to a remarkable degree in the course of recent years. Nadal’s Barcelona Open profession began with a second-round thrashing to Alex Corretja in 2003 when he was only 16, yet on his second appearance at the competition, he won it, overcoming Juan Carlos Ferrero in the last.

Nadal’s 2005 title was the beginning of a five-year rule at the Barcelona Open before he avoided the occasion in 2010, coming back to win three additional titles in 2011-13 preceding his series of wins was at last snapped by Nicolas Almagro in the quarterfinals in 2014, finishing a keep running of 42 successive matches won by Nadal in Barcelona.

While Kei Nishikori exploited Nadal’s thrashing to guarantee the Barcelona Open title in 2014 and effectively guarded it in 2015 when Nadal lost only his third match in Barcelona to Fabio Fognini, the Spanish left-hander came back to magnificence in 2016 when he crushed Nishikori in the last and proceeded to win the title in 2017 (d. Dominic Thiem) and 2018 (d. Stefanos Tsitsipas).

That brings Nadal’s pull of titles at the Barcelona Open to an astonishing 11 – a men’s tennis record for titles succeeded at one occasion. (Nadal additionally holds that record for 11 titles at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters and French Open).


Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell quick realities

ATP Barcelona

  • Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell
  • Dates: 22-28 April 2019
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Venue: Genuine Club de Tennis Barcelona
  • Surface: Earth
  • Class: ATP 500

First played  1953  Draw estimate  64  Prize cash  €2,510,900

Generally titles

  • Rafael Nadal (11)
  • Ruling singles champion
  • Rafael Nadal
  • Ruling pairs champions
  • Feliciano Lopez/Marc Lopez


These are the positioning focuses granted by the ATP Tour for achieving different rounds at a 500-level competition like the Barcelona Open.

ATP 500 positioning focuses

Round       Point

Victor  500

Sprinter up  300

Elimination rounds 180

Quarterfinals 90  Round of 16  45

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