Bad Homburg Open 2024 powered by Solarwatt

World-class tennis in the historic Kurpark

Bad Homburg Open powered by Solarwatt are WTA 500 tournament starting this season \\ satis&fy has been involved as technical service provider with sound and video from the very beginning \\ New 3-year contract starting this season \\ New LED walls to accompany the tournament upgrade

Three years ago, the first edition of the Bad Homburg Open took place in the Kurpark of the Hessian municipality. A historic location, as this is where the first European tennis court was built back in 1876. Now the success story of the young tournament is being continued on the historic lawn.

A young tournament on a historic site

From this season, the Bad Homburg Open powered by Solarwatt (22.-29.6.2024) is a WTA 500 tournament. This increases the prize money to almost 1 million US dollars and doubles the WTA world ranking points. What remains the same? The top-class female athletes who will compete in the tournament. And the technical support provided by satis&fy as Official Supplier for sound and video, which will continue for at least the next three years thanks to a new contract.

“As a long-term partner of Perfect Match, we are looking forward to celebrating this milestone together this year and in the years to come. Every year, the Bad Homburg Open is characterized by a very special flair and atmosphere. We are proud to contribute to this,” says Niklas Hommel, Project Manager at satis&fy.


Wimbledon flair on a new LED wall

On board from the start: satis&fy accompanies the success story of the world-class tournament since 2021. Once again this year, the Centre Court, where all matches are played after the qualifying round, was equipped with a sound system from L-Acoustics. The K3 system provided an even and crystal-clear sound for the stands. The 8×4.50- meter ROE Black Quartz LED wall with a 4.6- millimeter pixel pitch, in what satis&fy has invested in brand new, flanked the front of the match court at the Bad Homburg Open.

The best conditions for the elite of women’s tennis to prepare for the Grand Slam in London – and of course for the spectators, who were able to experience an emotionally charged week of sport in Bad Homburg.

Photos: Bad Homburg Open/Perfect Match Gmbh Sven Bierwirt