BRAWO Open: Altmaier Leads The Field In Braunschweig

BRAWO Open main draw cerermony (photo: 0816 Media)


Premiere at the ATP Challenger Tournament in Braunschweig: For the first time, the participants of the singles competition were were drawn live in front of hundreds of visitors at the BRAWO OPEN. The draw ceremony, attended by tournament director Volker Jäcke, ATP Challenger supervisor Andrey Kornilov and Referee Christian Knabe, took place Saturday in front of the main stage at the Braunschweiger Tennis- und Hockeyclub. The result: a balanced, diverse and top-class field with 32 players from 15 nations.

“We expect very interesting first-round matches with many international players at the BRAWO OPEN 2023. There are numerous up-and-coming talents as well as veterans of the tour who have already beaten world stars in their careers,” Jäcke stated.

World No. 66 Daniel Altmaier of Germany is the top seed of the ATP Challenger 125 event. He will start his title bid against a qualifier. Slovakia’s Alex Molcan is seeded second and leads the bottom half of the draw. He will open his campaign against German Jan Choinski, who represents Great Britain.

Home favourite Maximilian Marterer, who was knocked out in the third round at Wimbledon, will meet Italian Franco Agamenone in the first round. Rudolf Molleker and 19-year-old Marko Topo are also part of the German contingent.