Sparkasse Challenger - Val Gardena Südtirol

22. – 29. Oktober 2023



Sparkasse Challenger Val Gardena Südtirol



First Croatian winner in Gardena-Gröden: Gojo celebrates first Challenger Tour triumph

7:6, 6:3 in the final against Klein

The 13th edition of the Sparkasse Challenger Val Gardena South Tyrol has seen the first winner from Croatia. The unseeded Borna Gojo, number 182 in the world rankings, won the final match today at noon in Ortisei against the number 7 seed Lukas Klein from Slovakia, number 163 in the world, with 7:6 (4) and 6:3. Gojo received 6190 euros prize money and 80 world ranking points for his victory, with which he will move into the top 150 players in the world in the ATP rankings for the first time on Monday. 

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Istomin/Karlovskiy win the doubles in Ortisei

Denis Istomin and Evgeny Karlovskiy won the doubles title at the Sparkasse Challenger Val Gardena Südtirol.

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Azzurri say goodbye: The final in Gardena-Gröden is called Klein vs. Gojo

Final on Sunday at 11 a.m.

The No. 7 seed Lukas Klein of Slovakia and Borna Gojo of Croatia will play the final at the Sparkasse Challenger Val Gardena Südtirol scheduled for Sunday at 11 am. Klein won his semi-final against Andrea Vavassori 7-6 (5), 6-4, then Gojo defeated Flavio Cobolli 6-1, 6-1 in a one-sided match in just 45 minutes.

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Thanks Andreas: Party in honour of Seppi

On Friday evening, Andreas Seppi bid farewell to tennis at his home tournament in Val Gardena. His family came to celebrate him, including his daughter Liv, many teammates and friends, and of course his coach, who has coached him for 27 years: Massimo Sartori.

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Vavassori doesn't stop: It's semifinal in Ortisei against Klein - Cobolli imitates him, who will play Gojo tomorrow

Evening dedicated to Andreas Seppieas Seppi

Two out of four Italians reached the semifinals at the Sparkasse Challenger Val Gardena Südtirol. Andrea Vavassori and Flavio Cobolli can still win the most important tennis tournament in South Tyrol, while Luca Nardi and Giulio Zeppieri went out in the quarters. 

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