The Nordic Open, known as the BNP Paribas Nordic Open, is one of the oldest and most prestigious ATP tennis tournaments. Held annually in Stockholm, Sweden, this tournament has a rich history dating back to its inception in 1969. Over the past 54 years, it has consistently attracted top tennis talent from around the world. In this article, we will take a journey through time and explore the complete list of Nordic Open winners, spanning from 1969 to 2022.
List of BNP Paribas Nordic Open Winners (1969 – 2022)
Here is the list of champions who have triumphed at the Nordic Open, showcasing their remarkable tennis skills over the years:
|2021||Taylor Paul||United States|
|2017||Juan Martin del Potro||Argentina|
|2016||Juan Martin del Potro||Argentina|
|2015||Tomas Berdych||Czech Republic|
|2014||Tomas Berdych||Czech Republic|
|2012||Tomas Berdych||Czech Republic|
|2006||James Blake||United States|
|2005||James Blake||United States|
|2003||Mardy Fish||United States|
|1998||Todd Martin||United States|
|1985||John McEnroe||United States|
|1984||John McEnroe||United States|
|1981||Gene Mayer||United States|
|1979||John McEnroe||United States|
|1978||John McEnroe||United States|
|1977||Sandy Mayer||United States|
|1976||Mark Cox||United Kingdom|
|1974||Arthur Ashe||United States|
|1973||Tom Gorman||United States|
|1972||Stan Smith||United States|
|1971||Arthur Ashe||United States|
|1970||Stan Smith||United States|
Who Has Won the Nordic Open Most Times?
Stefan Edberg from Sweden has won the Nordic Open the most times. He clinched the title in consecutive years in 1986 and 1987.
Who Won the First Edition of the Nordic Open?
The first edition of the Nordic Open was won by Nikola Pilic from Croatia in 1969.
Who Is the Defending Champion at the Nordic Open?
As of the latest available information, Holger Rune from Norway is the defending champion of the Nordic Open.
The Nordic Open has witnessed some of the greatest tennis battles and showcased the talents of players from various countries. Over the years, it has continued to be a must-watch event on the ATP Tour, drawing fans and enthusiasts from around the world.