The Astana Open is set to boast one of the strongest final match-ups of any recent tournament with a stacked draw going into the last weekend.


No.3 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas takes on No.5 Andrey Rublev in a massive semi-final showdown, while former world No.1 Novak Djokovic will face current N0.2 Daniil Medvedev or Roberto Bautista Agut in the other showdown.

Whichever superstars reach the final, you can be sure of a true spectacle as the ATP Tour offers up the finest talents among its ranks.

Tennis appeared to wrap up for 2022 following the Laver Cup, but there's still plenty of action come on hard courts, including the Paris Masters later this month.

The men's ATP rankings are in such a state of flux, for the first time in a generation, given the retirement of Roger Federer, the decline of Andy Murray and a tricky 2022 for Djokovic, meaning every point is sacred at this time of the season. has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Astana Open 2022 tennis tournament.

When is the Astana Open 2022?

The tournament kicked off on Monday 3rd October 2022.

It will draw to a close with the final on Sunday 9th October 2022.

How to watch and live stream Astana Open 2022 in the UK

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Astana Open 2022 schedule

ATP Men's Singles (500)

  • Round of 32: Monday 3rd – Wednesday 5th October
  • Round of 16: Wednesday 5th – Thursday 6th October
  • Quarter-finals: Thursday 6th October
  • Semi-finals: Saturday 8th October
  • Final: Sunday 9th October

Where is the Astana Open 2022 held?

The Astana Open is held at the National Tennis Center in Astana, Kazakhstan. It is played on indoor hard courts.

The tournament is into its third year after being established in 2020 during the COVID pandemic, and has been upgraded to ATP 500 status as tournaments couldn't be held in China.

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