2023 Croatia Open Umag ATP Entry List - Wawrinka, Thiem, Cilic & more

2023 Croatia Open Umag ATP Entry List - Wawrinka, Thiem, Cilic & more

by Zachary Wimer

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The 2023 Croatia Open in Umag promises to be a spectacular event once again with entry list only supporting the claim.

From July 24th to 30th, players will meet at an ATP 250 tournament at ITC Stella Maris in Umag, Croatia. In the past, the event saw the likes of Carlos Moya, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Stan Wawrinka, and many more lift the trophy at the tournament.

But the previous two years were dominated by two members of the newly forming Big Three on the ATP Tour. Carlos Alcaraz won the title in 2021, and Jannik Sinner defeated him in the final in 2022 to win the trophy. Yet, neither of them will compete in 2023.

However, another member of this forming dominance on the ATP Tour, Holger Rune, should have headlined the event. The young Dane recently said that it's too early to talk about a new Big Three, and the three-peat of the NextGen's Big Three won't be completed after he was forced to withdraw from the tournament.

But the field at the event will be still strong as three Grand Slam champions will come to Umag. Three-time major winner Stan Wawrinka is one of them, the 2020 US Open champion Dominic Thiem is another, and home crowd favourite Marin Cilic should join the mix.

Moreover, many youngsters will want to prove their qualities in Umag. The list is led by Jiri Lehecka, but also the likes of Lorenzo Sonego and Matteo Arnaldi will want to do well. Former Roland Garros semifinalist, Marco Cecchinato, will also want to prove that he didn't forget how to play on clay. If you want to see the full entry list for the 2023 Croatia Open Umag, be sure to check it out below.

2023 Croatia Open Umag ATP Entry List:

Seed Name  Seeding Ranking Entry Ranking
1 Jiri Lehecka 33 36
2 Lorenzo Sonego 42 40
3 Sebastian Ofner 58 69
4 Roberto Carballes Baena 60 53
5 Christopher O'Connell 67 70
6 Stan Wawrinka 74 87
7 Matteo Arnaldi 75 78
8 Albert Ramos-Vinolas 79 72
Marc-Andrea Huesler 84 83
Alexei Popyrin 91 92
Fabian Marozsan 93 95
Dominic Thiem 94 90
Marco Cecchinato 95 88
Alexander Shevchenko 96 97
Juan Manuel Cerundolo 100 110
Marin Cilic 102 100
Benjamin Bonzi 107 93
Zsombor Piros 109 112
Jaume Munar 110 108
Taro Daniel 112 105
Federico Coria 113 104
(WC) Dino Prizmic 296


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