Germany will become the twentieth different country to host a competitive World Padel Tour event, and the fourth nation to make its debut in 2023 after Chile, Paraguay and Finland.
The Castello Düsseldorf will be the home of the event, giving German padel fans their first opportunity to see the world's best players up close and personal.
Qualifying for the event starts on Saturday September 23rd, while the main draw will get underway on Tuesday 26th.
Check out the men's and women's draws below to see the path to glory for all couples!
Boss German Padel Open men's draw
Number ones Agustin Tapia and Arturo Coello do not have opponents yet as they will face one of the four couples to emerge from qualifying.
Martin Di Nenno and Franco Stupaczuk face a difficult draw, taking on Gonzalo Rubio and Alejandro Arroyo in the round of 32.
Further down in the rankings, Lucas Campagnolo has returned from injury and will play with Juanlu Esbri, meaning the latter player has split from Edu Alonso, who has turned to Miguel Benitez.
Campagnolo and Esbri will play their debut against five-seed Alejandro Ruiz and Juan Tello, giving them a very tough nut to crack in their competitive bow.
Boss German Padel Open women's draw
In the women's draw, the top four seeds get an automatic pass to the round of 16 in Open 1000 events, reducing the number of games in the first round.
Fifth-placed Virginia Riera and Tamara Icardo are the top seed in the round of 32, therefore, and they will take on one of four qualifying couples on Wednesday.
Local representation comes from wild cards Denise Höfer and Victoria Kurz, who have drawn Marta Talavan and Nuria Rodriguez.
The winner of that contest will play three-seed Delfi Brea and Bea Gonzalez on Thursday in the round of 16.