After being absent from the ATP Tour calendar for nine years, Serbia will host its second ATP 250 event in as many months at the Belgrade Open.

Held at the Novak Tennis Centre, the same location as the Serbia Open, which was contested in April, the Belgrade Open will be headlined by World No. 1 Novak Djokovic as he seeks his 83rd tour-level title. Djokovic lifted two trophies on home soil during Belgrade’s previous four-year run, triumphing in 2009 and 2011.

The World No. 1 leads a strong contingent of Serbian players vying for home glory, including Filip Krajinovic, No. 36 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, No. 37-ranked Dusan Lajovic and No. 49-ranked Laslo Djere. Top 20 player Gael Monfils and 2021 titlist Nikoloz Basilashvili will also feature.

Note: The 2021 Belgrade Open will be held behind closed doors due to COVID-19 precautions.

Established: 2021

Tournament Dates: 23-29 May 2021

Tournament Director: Djordje Djokovic

Draw Ceremony: Friday, 21 May at 7:30pm

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* Qualifying: Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 May, 11am
* Main draw: Sunday 23 – Saturday 29 May, 11am
* Doubles final: Saturday, 29 May, 2pm
* Singles final: Saturday, 29 May, 4pm

How To Watch
Watch Live On Tennis TV 
TV Schedule

Venue: Novak Tennis Center
Surface: Clay

Prize Money: €511,000 (Total Financial Commitment: €511,000) 

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Did You Know?
The world-class Novak Tennis Centre complex boasts 14 tennis courts, including 11 clay courts. It also features a ‘trophy room’ that holds on display dozens of trophies and mementos from the World No. 1’s legendary career.