A fighting animal

FRANKFURT – Andre Begemann. A fighter, an animal, someone who desires to wear the german eagle on the chest!Although he lost the Davis Cup doubles partnering Tobias Kamke against the Frenchmen Julien Benneteau and Michael Llodra, the Germans fought til the end. ‘Bege’ played the whole match although he was seriously injured during the match. “Of course I wanted to cath the third point for my team, for Germany! And I wanted to beat Llodra again – on the big stage and for our fantastic team”, says Begemann.

Bege doing rehab

“We deserved to win, but some percent points were missing due to the injury, especially jumping, quick steps and playing at the net caused me some problems. Today’s MRI of my knee showed a partially broken tibialis anterior. Unfortunately, I was forced to withdraw from the ATPs in Casablanca and Monte Carlo. I will undergo rehab and hope to be back playing soon!”


Dear fans!

Welcome to the re-launch of my website. I would like to take this opportunity to give you more insights about my life as a tennis professional on the ATP-World-Tour. I wouldn´t be the same without my sponsors, partners and my core team, but most importantly my few fans out there make my travels on tour way more enjoyable. On this platform, I will talk about the time I spent at Pepperdine University as well as the charity work I am engaged in. I am very thankful for your interest and support and invite you to be part of my journeys. Have fun, Bege


Double final lost

GUADALAJARA – Andre Begemann and Matthew Ebden lost their double final in Guadalajara against the Mexicans Cesar Ramirez and Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela with 4:6, 2:6. Andre Begemann is now looking forward to his first Davis-Cup-Match in France.