Previous editions

2023 edition

WE REACH THE MAXIMUM INTERNATIONAL CATEGORY ITF1

We have reached the maximum ITF1 category, being the 1st tournament of this category in our country and one of the 10 of the whole world circuit. We do it together with the Cruyff Foundation as an organising entity and international reference for adapted sport, a fact that is a new boost for our tournament.

 

To highlight that for the first time a Spanish player, Martin de la Puente, won the tournament, after defeating the nº 1, Alfie Hewett, and the nº 3, Gustavo Fernández, in the world. For the first time also, we had to cancel a day due to rain.

 

We celebrate a spectacular edition with more than 1600 people who accompanied us plus those who followed us through other audiovisual media (TV, APP…).

Winners

INDIVIDUAL MAN: Martín De La Puente (ESP )

DOUBLES MEN: Alfie Hewett (UK ) and Gordon Reid (UK )

INDIVIDUAL WOMAN: Diede de Groot (NED )

DOUBLES WOMEN: Yui Kamiji (JPN ) and Kgothatso Montjane (RSA )

INDIVIDUAL QUAD: Guy Sasson (ISR )

DOUBLES QUAD: Daisuke Ishito (JPN ) and Koji Sugeno (JPN )

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2022 edition

WE EXCEEDED OUR EXPECTATIONS WITH A RANKING NEVER SEEN BEFORE IN ITF2

We couldn’t have a better celebration of our 5th anniversary than to have the nº 1 (A.Hewett), nº 2 (S.Kunieda) and nº 3 (G.Fernandez) in the men’s world ranking and the nº 1 (D.De Groot), nº 2 (Y.Kamiji) and nº 3 (A.Van Koot) in the women’s world ranking. Unfortunately, Diede de Groot had to withdraw at the last minute due to an unfortunate injury. We recovered the Quad category and we also had the nº 1 Dutchman Niels Vink.

 

More than 1350 people accompanied us, including more than 500 children participating in the educational activities of the tournament with TRAMeduca, and thousands more were able to follow the finals, male and female, through the live broadcasts of Esport3 and TeleDeporte and through the official APP.

WINNERS

INDIVIDUAL MAN: Gustavo Fernández (ARG )
DOUBLES MEN: Joaquim Gerard (BEL ) and Alfie Hewett (UK )

INDIVIDUAL WOMAN: Yui Kamiji (JPN )

DOUBLES WOMEN: Yui Kamiji (JPN ) and Kgothatso Montjane (ZA )

INDIVIDUAL QUAD: Niels Vink (NED )

DOUBLES QUAD: Niels Vink (NED ) and  Kyu-Seung Kim (KOR )

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2021 edition

THE ELITE OF WORLD TENNIS PRESENT AT THE 4TH EDITION OF THE TRAM BARCELONA OPEN

After a year marked by the covid crisis, we returned with more enthusiasm and strength than ever and applying all the health recommendations, we shared a spectacular tournament with more than 400 people.

 

The best players in the world, from 16 different nationalities, came together, with the best rànquing so far. The women’s draw stood out with the Dutch nº 1 Diede de Groot and the world nº 2, the Japanese Yui Kamiji, who played a historic final, repeated at both Roland Garros and the Tokyo Paralympics.

 

In addition to the television broadcast, a great new, the official APP of the tournament with which you can follow all the competition live.

WINNERS

INDIVIDUAL MAN: Gustavo Fernández (ARG )

DOUBLES MEN: Daniel Caverzasch (ESP ) Martín de la Puente (ESP )

INDIVIDUAL WOMAN: Diede de Groot (NED )

DOUBLES WOMEN: Macarena Cabrillana (CHI ) Diede de Groot (NED )

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2020 edition

DUE TO THE SUSPENSION OF THE ENTIRE WORLD TENNIS CIRCUIT AS A RESULT OF COVID-19, THE TRAM BARCELONA OPEN 2020 TOURNAMENT WAS CANCELLED

From the organization we align ourselves with this decision and prioritize the health and safety of all players, involved in the world circuit and all citizens. They were moments of sadness and resignation after so many hours of work and illusions, but looking at the positive side, it helped us to come back stronger and with more spirit and make a great tournament in 2021.

2019 edition

THE 3RD EDITION CONSOLIDATED THE TRAM BARCELONA OPEN

We placed among the top 3 tournaments in the world in the ITF2 category with the presence of 5 TOP10 and 10 TOP20 players worldwide.

 

One more year Alex Corretja was ambassador of our tournament where more than 600 people visited us during the competition and both the men’s and women’s finals were broadcasted on TV3.

WINNERS

INDIVIDUAL MAN: Tom Egberink (NED )

DOUBLES MEN: Tom Egberink (NED ) and Maikel Scheffers (NED )

INDIVIDUAL WOMAN: Jordanne Whiley (ING )

DOUBLES WOMEN: Giulia Capocci (ITA ) and Jordanne Whiley (ING )

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2018 edition

WE MOVE UP TO THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL CATEGORY - ITF2

The Step by Step Foundation joins the tournament as organizer, together with the collaboration of the Cruyff Foundation.

 

The tournament started with an exhibition between Alex Corretja, Sergi Bruguera and the Spanish nº1 and 2, Martín de la Puente and Dani Caverszachi.

 

40 players from 16 countries filled the competition tables and the level of the players rose considerably, with 2 TOP10 and 7 TOP20 world players offering exciting finals, which in the men’s draw were broadcast for the first time on TV3.

WINNERS

INDIVIDUAL MAN: Takashi Sanada (JPN )

DOUBLES MEN: Daniel Caverzaschi (ESP ) and Martin De La Puente (ESP )

INDIVIDUAL WOMAN: Angelica Bernal (COL )

DOUBLES WOMEN: Angelica Bernal (COL ) and Maria Florencia Moreno (ARG )

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2017 edition

1st TOURNAMENT EDITION

Our tournament was born under the name TRAM Barcelona Open – Johan Cruyff Foundation and with the slogan “Mou el límit”.

 

We start in the ITF3 category of the international circuit with 40 players from 13 different countries and we have the presence of 3 players in the TOP20 world.

 

Alex Corretja (former world nº 2) and Jordi Arrese (medalist in Barcelona’92) were the sponsors of the tournament in this first edition.

Winners

INDIVIDUAL MAN: Agustin Ledesma (ARG )

DOUBLES MEN: Daniel Caverzaschi (ESP ) and Martin De La Puente (ESP )

INDIVIDUAL WOMAN: Angelica Bernal (COL )

DOUBLES WOMEN: Shelby Baron (USA ) and Lola Ochoa (ESP )

INDIVIDUAL QUAD: Richard Green (ING )

DOUBLES QUAD: Alfredo Di Cosmo (ITA ) and Andrea Silvestrone (ITA )

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