The Geneva Open returned to the men’s circuit as an ATP World Tour Masters 250 event in 2015. The event which had been held annually in Geneva from 1980 to 1991 is staged at the Tennis Club de Genève at the Parc des Eaux-Vives, the oldest and largest tennis club in Switzerland. Previous Geneva Open winners include clay court stalwarts like Bjorn Borg, Mats Wilander and Thomas Muster. While Geneva is only Switzerland’s third-largest city it occupies a much larger footprint in world affairs with more than a hundred government and international bodies headquartered here. Blessed with an amazing natural setting, Geneva is on the shores of Europe’s largest Alpine lake and visitors can see stunning views of the snowcapped Mont Blanc and the city’s landmark, the Jet d’Eau. Geneva is undoubtedly Switzerland’s gourmet capital as well as a major cultural hub of the country. Combine all this and add some top-notch tennis action and you are set for a memorable tennis vacation!
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Parc des Eaux-Vives is located in the territory of the former town of Eaux-Vives; it is now part of the city of Geneva on the left bank of Lake Geneva, in the extension to the east of La Grange Park. The areas to stay, considering accommodation options and connectivity to the city are:
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