Tel Aviv Watergen Open

World-class ATP

250 tennis tournament returns to Israel after

26 years

The top-20 ranked players internationally will compete in the daily tournament at the   Expo Tel Aviv

The top-tier tour for men is organized by ATP; its

250 tournaments consist of 28 or 32 players, with 20 (or 24) spots accepting ranked players.

The event will feature the world’s top-20 ranked players, who will compete in the daily tournament at the Expo Tel Aviv Complex starting on Sept. 25. Games will take a break for the holiday of Rosh Hashanah. Both singles and doubles finals will be held on Oct. 2, with players vying for nearly $1,200,000 in prize money.

The tournament is coming to Israel thanks to a joint effort by the Israel Tennis Association and Watergen, the competition’s official sponsor.


Opening Hours


Ayalon Darom: Drivers arriving from the north must exit left at the Rokach interchange.

Ayalon Tzafon: Drivers arriving from the south must exit right at the Rokach interchange.
Drivers are to exit at the Convention Center interchange and follow the signs.

Expo Tel Aviv includes approximately 2,500 parking spaces, located within the Convention Center areathe Sports Arena parking lot and the nearby train station parking lot. Additional parking (2,000 spaces) is available at the nearby Ganey Yehoshua parking lot.

Israel Railways (Rakevet Israel): The University Train Station is located near Expo Tel Aviv. Israel Railways

Egged Bus Company – Bus number 521. Egged

Dan Bus Company – Bus numbers 12, 22, 40, 89, 189, 389. Dan 

Metropoline Bus Company – Bus numbers 47, 48, 247 from Central Tel Aviv and Raanana/Kfar Saba/Herzliya/Ramat Hasharon. Metropoline

Kavim Bus Company – Bus number 137. Kavim

A Tel-O-Fun bike anchoring station is located on 106 Rokach Boulevard. Tel Aviv has close to 70 km of marked bike paths, including urban paths and paths located in residential neighborhoods and parks.

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