A collection of my photos from the tournament.

Looking across the Rhine in Basel
Around since 1970, Basel is certainly proud of its prestigious tournament.
The St. Jakobshalle in Basel
One of the pillars of the indoor phase of the men's calendar, the event is held at St. Jakobshalle.
Swiss Indoors flower display
This flower display greets you when you walk in the arena.
The Swiss Indoors trophy
The historic cup all the competitors are fighting for.
Roger Federer at the Swiss Indoors
Of course one man is synonomous with this event. Roger Federer started out as a ball kid at the Swiss Indoors and went on to claim the title a record 10 times.
Inside St. Jakobshalle in Basel
A vibrant blue court lies at the heart of an arena that can seat over 12,000 spectators.
Court no.1 at St. Jakobshalle
The second court for matches at St. Jakobshalle is much more intimate and you get a great feel for the the speed and intensity of tennis at this level.
Stan Wawrinka and Casper Ruud at Basel
With Roger Federer absent, there was even more focused support for Switzerland's other male superstar Stan Wawrinka. This was taken during his excellent victory over world no.2 Casper Ruud.
Alejandro Davidovich Fokhina
Alejandro Davidovich Fokhina on Court 1 during a great match with eventual victor Miomir Kecmanovic.
Roberto Bautista Agut at Basel
Perennially underrated, Roberto Bautista Agut had another great week as he made the semi-finals thanks to wins over Laslo Djere, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka.
Scoreboard for Carlos Alcaraz and Jack Draper
Of course with no Federer, there was one player in particular I hoped to see.
Carlos Alcaraz in Basel
It was my first time witnessing a live Carlos Alcaraz match and the world no.1 did not disappoint. While the Spaniard did not lift the trophy in the end, he's a spectacular talent.
Holger Rune at Basel
Holger Rune was one of the most impressive performers of the week. The 19-year-old has a bit of everything in his game and made the final.
Felix Auger-Aliassime at Basel
The best single performance I saw over the week was Felix Auger-Aliassime's 6-1 6-0 destruction of Miomir Kecmanovic. It was no surprise that the Canadian lifted his third straight title by week's end.
Court scene at Basel
While it's an expensive place to visit, it was great to see one of the premier tour events in Basel.

Photos on the trip were take with my Sony A6000 and Oppo Find X3 Neo 5G (phone).

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