ATV Tennis Open


The ATV Tennis Open reaches its thirteenth edition this year. The first tournament, worth $10,000, kicked off in 2005, with the Italian Romina Oprandi winning the title. The qualitative leap comes in 2007, when the prize money is raised to $100,000 in an edition with a stellar field of participation: the Belgian Caroline Maes wins, but there are two future top-10 and Grand Slam finalists such as Sara Errani and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (all fifteen years old), as well as Mirjana Lucic and Kristen Flipkens, who would reach the semifinals, respectively, at the Australian Open and Wimbledon in the following years; Alizè Cornet was also on the draw, who the following year would reach the final at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, barely touching a place among the top ten in the world. 2008 was the year of success for Tathiana Garbin, current captain of the Billie Jean King Cup (Italian women’s national team), and the first time at the Antico Tiro a Volo shooting of the then sixteen-year-old Camila Giorgi. In 2015 it is Martina Trevisan, recent semifinalist at Roland Garros 2022, who triumphs. The 2018 final is history: the very young Dayana Yastremska and Anastasia Potapova compete for the title, who a few months earlier had faced each other in the Wimbledon Junior final while the 2019 final sees Sara Errani return to success after a ride as difficult as it is exciting. The last edition of 2022 saw the triumph of the young Tara Wurth, who, starting from the qualifiers, reached the final by beating the top seed Chloe Paquet.

Overall there are five Italian champions of the tournament, while six tennis players present at the Antico Tiro a Volo who have reached the Top-10 in their career (Sara Errani, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Jelena Dokic, Julia Goerges, Jessica Pegula and Aryna Sabalenka). Two Grand Slam finalists and seven Major semifinalists. Also worth mentioning is the presence, over the years, of great protagonists of the WTA circuit such as Karin Knapp, Elena Bovina, Christina McHale, Liudmila Samsonova, Jasmine Paolini, Elena Rybakina and Jil Teichmann. The tournament also brought luck to the Brazilian doubles player Laura Pigossi who, after her victory at the Antico Tiro a Volo in 2018, won the Olympic bronze medal in the women’s doubles at Tokyo 2020.

The tournament

The ATV TENNIS OPEN organized at the Circolo Antico Tiro a Volo is a fundamental stage for Italian sport and for female tennis players on the international scene.
Now in its 13th edition, the tournament which also includes live coverage on the SuperTennis channel, hosted players such as our tennis players Sara Errani (winner of the 11th edition), Camila Giorgi (currently No. 44 in the WTA ranking), Tathiana Garbin (current captain of the Fed Cup national team and winner of the 2008 edition), Karin Knapp, who were part of the Italian Fed Cup team that won 4 editions and more recently, Martina Trevisan (currently No. 20 in the ranking), Jasmin Paolini and Elisabetta Cocciaretto (currently No. 45 in the WTA ranking).
Among the foreign tennis players Romina Oprandi, Jelena Dokic, Christina McHale, Alize Cornet, Ludmilla Samsonova (currently No. 15 in the WTA ranking), Silvia Soler Espi noza, Eleni Danilidou, Dayana Yastremska (winner of the tenth edition), Jessica Pegula and Elena Ribakina, respectively no. 3 and no. 7 in the world ranking, who with their participation brought prestige to the tournament.

Hall of Fame

2022 Tara Wurth
2019 Sara Errani
2018 Dayana Yastremska
2017 Kateryna Kozlova
2016 Silvia Soler Espinosa
2015 Martina Trevisan
2011 Christina McHale
2010 Lourdes Domínguez Lino
2008 Tathiana Garbin
2007 Caroline Maes
2006 Anna Floris
2005 Romina Oprandi

The event

The gala evening dedicated to athletes and sponsors has become an event within an event, with the participation of outstanding personalities from the world of culture, politics, entertainment and sport.

For the Club, the event represents an important moment in which sporting values and competitive spirit intertwine with social activity, giving life to a week of great tennis, during which all enthusiasts will be able to enjoy this great event. which is now part of the elite of Italian sporting events.

Dynamo Camp will be a charity partner of the event – The 13th edition of the ATV Tennis Open aims to create a union between professional sport and social commitment. The partnership with Dynamo Camp, charity partner of the event, is therefore a great novelty.
Dynamo Camp is a non-profit organization that supports the right to happiness of children suffering from serious or chronic diseases. At Dynamo Camp, sick children are simply children, the real cure is laughter and the medicine is happiness. The Circolo Antico Tiro a Volo is proud to contribute with this initiative.

ATV Tennis Open 2023 program

(10th – 16th July 2023)



Qualifiers and opening event
6.30 pm: Tournament - draw draw



Qualifying, start of main draw matches
7.00 pm: Sports Gala Dinner



Meetings daily and evening
8.00 pm: Aperitif by the pool



Meetings daily and evening
8.00 pm: Aperitif by the pool



Meetings daily and
Doubles semifinal



Singles semifinals and
Double finals



Singles finals d
Awards with closing ceremony