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Tennis thought differently

Red Bull Bassline is not a regular tennis tournament: As the kick-off of the Erste Bank Open, six of the best players in the world gather for a unique tie-break tournament played while the DJ drops the beats. The court at Heumarkt in Vienna is the center of Red Bull Bassline - just before the Erste Bank Open starts. Keep your eyes peeled to see who's in the lineup this year.
If you want to experience tennis in an unprecedented atmosphere, don't miss the innovative tournament format on October 20 at 4 pm (admission). From 5 pm the six stars will battle it out with the winner raising the trophy just 2 hours later.

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Khachanov wins 2022 edition

The fans in the sold out location Erste Bank Open 2 Go were treated to an entertaining evening. Six of the Erste Bank Open’s stars featured in the second edition of Red Bull BassLine. Andrey Rublev and Taylor Fritz, the two top-seeds, enjoyed a bye in the first round. To kick things off, Grigor Dimitrov made short work of local hero Filip Misolic winning 7-1, 10-8. Afterwards, Khachanov beat Argentinian Diego Schwartzman 7-4, 7-3. In the semi-finals Dimitrov staged a comeback against Rublev after losing the first set to win it in three 5-7, 7-5 7-4. Immediately afterwards, Khachanov cruised to a 7-3, 7-4 win against Fritz to also reach the finals. In the big finals, the fans were treated to some really great tennis. In the end it was Khachanov who prevailed 7-5, 7-5, 4-7, 8-6 against Dimitrov to win the trophy. Rublev took away third place with an easy win against Fritz in the small final.


Red Bull BassLine

At Red Bull BassLine, fans are closer than ever to the players, who can warm up on ergometers right next to the court between their stints and interact with the spectators. From the first serve to the decision in the final, the event lasts around three hours as the sets are directly decided in tie-break format. Red Bull BassLine also brings other innovations to the court. For example, a DJ heats up the fans even during the rallies.


Red Bull Bassline

The tournament is interactive, the referee is omitted - should it be necessary, the players decide for themselves. A moderator conducts interviews with the players on the court between points and captures expert voices of the other participants in the athletes' zone. The task of the line judges is covered by "electronic line calling". Is the pulse at 180 or is the player relaxed and not letting anything get to him? Fans can find out all this through the interactive data shown exclusively to viewers.

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