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The Argentina Open is an outdoor clay tennis tournament held in February in Buenos Aires belonging to the ATP 250 category of events.

The event is one of the oldest events in the world having been held since 1926 when Juan Carlos Morea was champion. The event essentially wasn't played only a handful of times and has a long list of champions. Players like Alcaraz, Ruud, Nadal, Moya, Ferrer, Vilas and others have all won the event.

Argentina's own Guillermo Vilas is the most successful player having won the event a record 8 times. The hosting venue has been the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club which has a 5,500-seat main court. Despite being only an ATP 250 event it's generally very popular with the clay court contingent of the ATP Tour and has a solid draw each year.

It's played outdoors on clay in the middle of February being only the second clay event in the calendar behind the Cordoba Open. The 2023 champion was Carlos Alcaraz.

Date: 13 - 19 February
Category: ATP 250
Surface: Clay
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Venue: Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club
Players: 32 players (ATP Entry List)
Prize Money: $626,595 (Distribution Overview)
Points: 250 for champion (Distribution Overview)
Draw: ATP Draw
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