The ATP Mexican Open in Acapulco, Mexico is one of three men’s tournaments taking place this week. Despite Rafael Nadal and Stefanos Tsitsipas not playing this year, there is still plenty of interest with world No. 2 Carlos Alcaraz the headline in the 32-man field. The main draw will run from February 27th to March 4th, 2023. With that in mind, let’s take a detailed look at all the details of the event.
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Where will the ATP Mexican Open 2023 be held?
The 2023 ATP Mexican Open will be held on the Pacific Coast in the city of Acapulco, Mexico, from February 25 (qualifiers) to March 4, 2023 when the men’s singles final will be played.
The ATP 500 event will be held at the Arena GNP Seguros, which has a seating capacity of 10,200 fans in its main square.
The Mexican Open 2023 will be played on outdoor hard courts.
What is the ATP Mexican Open 2023? Time schedule
The ATP Mexican Open begins on Saturday, February 25, 2023 with qualifiers in which 16 players will compete in two rounds for four spots in the main draw.
The second qualifying round will take place on Sunday, February 26th. The action in the main draw begins on Monday with some first-round matches.
The full schedule of the ATP Mexican Open is as follows:
- qualification – 25.-26. February 2023
- round 1 – 27.-28. February 2023
- round 2 – March 1, 2023
- Quarterfinals – March 2, 2023
- semifinals – March 3, 2023
- final – March 4, 2023
Who is playing at the ATP Mexican Open 2023?
The ATP Mexican Open 2023 will feature 32 players in the singles draw, led by world No. 2 Carlos Alcaraz.
Should Alcaraz win in Rio, he will battle Novak Djokovic for first place during the week in Acapulco, with the Serbian star set to play in Dubai.
Defending champion Rafael Nadal will not return as he continues his recovery from injury. While Stefanos Tsitsipas has announced his withdrawal from the tournament due to a shoulder injury.
Casper Ruud makes a rare appearance here after deciding to skip the South America golden swing. USA’s Taylor Fritz and Danish next-gen star Holger Rune make up the top 10 list of players in the draw.
Four players come out of the qualifiers while only one wildcard participant has been confirmed.
Here is the confirmed player list of the ATP Mexican Open 2023 so far:
Please note that the list of participants below is subject to change due to cancellations due to injuries or unknown reasons.
- Carlo Alcaraz
- Kasper Ruud
- Holger Rune
- Cameron Norrie
- Frances Tiafoe
- Thomas Paul
- Alex deMinaur
- Matteo Berretini
- Denis Shapovalov
- Miomir Kecmanovic
- Yoshihito Nishioka
- John Isner
- JJ Wolf
- Brandon Nakashima
- Mackenzie McDonald
- Alex Molcan
- Marco Giron
- Adrian Mannarino
- Oscar Otte
- Michael Mmoh
- Emilio Gomez
- Daniel Altmaier
- Christopher Eubanks
- Nuno Borges
- Rodrigo Pacheco Mendez (WC)
ATP Mexican Open 2023 prize money
The total financial commitment including prize money for the 2023 ATP Mexican Open is $2,178,980. This is a 19% increase over last year’s financial spending.
In addition to prize money, the winner receives 500 ranking list points.
The total singles prize pool for the 30th edition of the ATP Mexican Open is $2,013,940 and is as follows:
- winner – $376,620
- finalist – $202,640
- semifinalist – $108,000
- quarter final game – $55,170
- Second round – $29,455
- First round – $15,710
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How to watch the ATP Mexican Open 2023
If you would like to watch the ATP Mexican Open 2023 on TV, live stream or on-demand, you have the following options:
For international audiences, ATP Mexican Open 2023 matches can be streamed live or on-demand www.tennistv.com for a monthly subscription fee of $14.99 (please confirm on the website that the tournament you wish to watch is not geo-restricted).
In the USA, Tennis Channel Plus the ATP Mexican Open will be broadcast. Games can be streamed in the UK Amazon Prime Video.
In sub-Saharan Africa Supersport TV will have broadcast rights to all ATP matches, while in the MENA region the tournament is accessible on be at sports.
Germany: Sky Germany
France: Canal+, Eurosport
Australia: be at sports
Italy: super tennis
Latin America: ESPN
A full list of all broadcast partners can be found on the official tournament website here.
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Our 2023 ATP Mexican Open Predictions & Tips
Carlos Alcaraz will play in Acapulco for only the second time in his career. He lost to Alexander Zverev on his debut in 2021. Depending on how the Spaniard’s adaptability and transition take him, he will be the favorite to win his first hard-court title in 2023.
Alcaraz is playing on red clay in Rio at the time of writing and will be eyeing the No. 1 in Mexico.
This will be Casper Ruud’s first tournament since his surprise second-round exit at the Australian Open. It’s hard to support the Norwegian given his choppy start to the year and may have rusted in the earlier rounds.
One notable name is USA No. 1 Taylor Fritz, who will be looking to earn valuable points ahead of his title defense in Indian Wells next month. Fritz clinched his first title of the season in Delray and will be full of energy after a week off.
How to buy tickets for the ATP Mexican Open 2023?
Please note that you can purchase the ATP Mexican Open tickets here through the official tournament website. Qualifying tickets are MXN 200 on Saturday and MXN 300 on Sunday. Save MXN$50 with a two-day qualifying pass.
You can buy tickets in three ways. Either online via Ticketmaster, the official ticketing partner of the Mexican Open. Or through the box office by visiting Taquilla Arcos Bosques or by contacting the official numbers displayed on the tournament official website under the tickets tab.