ATP Chile Open 2023 Live Streaming, Betting Tips, Odds, Tickets, Schedule & List of Players
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The final stop of clay court tennis in South America will be at the 25th edition of the ATP Chile Open in Santiago. The 28-player draw is led by Italy’s Lorenzo Musetti, who is ranked 18th in the world. The main draw will run from February 27th to March 5th, 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 Chile Open 2023 be held?

The ATP Chile Open 2023 will take place in the heart of Santiago, the capital of Chile, from February 25 (qualifiers) to March 5, 2023 when the men’s singles final will be played.

The ATP 250 event will be played at the Catholic University Club tennis courts in San Carlos de Apoquindo.

The event is played on outdoor clay courts and is the final stop of South America’s golden swing.

What is the ATP Chile Open 2023? Time schedule

The ATP Chile Open begins on Saturday, February 25, 2023 with qualifiers in which 16 players will battle for four spots in the main draw over two rounds.

The second qualifying round will take place on Sunday, February 26th. The action in the main draw begins on Monday, February 27th with some first round matches.

The full schedule of the ATP Chile Open is as follows:

  • qualification – 25.-26. February 2023
  • round 1 – 27.-28. February 2023
  • round 2 – 1st-2nd March 2023
  • Quarterfinals – March 3, 2023
  • semifinals – March 4, 2023
  • final – March 5, 2023

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Who is playing at the ATP Chile Open 2023?

At the ATP Chile Open 2023, 28 players take part in the singles draw, led by Italy’s Lorenzo Musetti. He is the only top 20 player in the draw.

Four Argentines make up the top 8 seeds, led by their No. 1 player Francisco Cerundolo.

The two-time Roland Garros finalist continues his quest for a first ATP title since returning from a wrist injury last year. He received a wild card in Santiago.

Four players come out of qualifiers while the three wild cards have all been determined.

Here is the confirmed ATP Chile Open 2023 player list so far:

Please note that the list of participants below is subject to change due to cancellations due to injuries or unknown reasons.

  1. Lorenzo Musetti
  2. Francisco Cerundolo
  3. Sebastian Bass
  4. Diego Schwartzman
  5. Albert Ramos Vinolas
  6. Laslo Djere
  7. Pedro Cachen
  8. Bernabe Zapata Miralles
  9. Jaume Munar
  10. Roberto Carballes Baena
  11. Tomás Martin Etcheverry
  12. Pedro Martinez
  13. Dusan Lajović
  14. Juan Pablo Varillas
  15. Thiago Monteiro
  16. Fabio Fognini
  17. Facundo Bagnis
  18. Daniel Elahi Galan
  19. Marco Cecchinato
  20. Dominic Thiem (WM)
  21. Joao Sousa
  22. Christian Garin (WC)
  23. Alejandro Tabilo (WC)

ATP Chile Open 2023 prize money

The total financial commitment including prize money for the ATP Chile Open 2023 is US$ 718,245. This is a 31% increase over last year’s financial spending.

In addition to prize money, the winner receives 250 ranking list points.

The total singles prize pool for the 25th edition of the Chile Open is $642,735 and is as follows:

  • winner – $97,760
  • finalist – $57,025
  • semifinalist – $33,525
  • quarter final game – $19,425
  • Second round – $11,280
  • First round – $6,895

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How to watch the ATP Chile Open 2023

If you want to watch the ATP Chile Open 2023 on TV, live stream or on-demand, you have the following options:

For international audiences, ATP Chile Open 2023 matches can be streamed live or on-demand 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 broadcasts the ATP Chile Open. 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

Spain: Telefonica

France: Canal+, Eurosport

Australia: be at sports

China: Iqiyi

Canada: TSN

Italy: super tennis

Japan: Wow

Latin America: ESPN

A full list of all broadcast partners can be found on the official tournament website here.

You can also watch and bet on the ATP Chile Open 2023 with bet365. Here’s the process you can follow to do just that.

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  • Register with (or log in to your account)
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  • Select ATP Chile Open 2023 live streaming option by clicking above

Please remember that you register on this site and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by clicking on any sport in the last 24 hours have set. Keep in mind that geographic restrictions may apply.

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Our 2023 ATP Chile Open Predictions & Tips

Cristian Garin is the only Chilean to have won this tournament. While he has the clay court skills to thrive on this surface, he has not rediscovered the form that propelled him into the world top 20 a few seasons ago.

This could be a big tournament for Dominic Thiem. I was particularly impressed with the level and endurance he showed at the Rio Open, losing an epic to Thiago Monteiro. If Thiem continues to play with enthusiasm and determination, he could represent good value in the outright market this week.

Lorenzo Musetti is top seed in name only. His form just doesn’t live up to his reputation as a favorite this week. He was upset by Nicolas Jarry at the first hurdle in Rio. It’s now a win in five games for the Italian one-hander.

It’s worth keeping an eye on last year’s finalist Sebastian Baez. The Argentine took a turn in the Golden Swing and returned to the winners’ circle in Cordoba. Baez also made it into the last eight in Rio last week and will be a tough nut to crack on the red clay in Santiago.

How to Buy 2023 ATP Chile Open Tickets?

Please note that Puntoticket is the official ticketing partner for the Chile Open 2023. If you want to buy a ticket, please visit the official website here.

Day tickets are currently on sale which allow you to see all day’s matches.

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