How To Watch 2024 Chile Open Santiago Featuring Jarry, Baez, Fils & More

How To Watch 2024 Chile Open Santiago Featuring Jarry, Baez, Fils & More

by Nurein Ahmed

The Chile Open concludes the South American Golden Swing for another year, and the ATP's lesser-ranked players will have another golden chance to win a title on clay.

The draw was recently revealed in which tournament favorite and defending champion Nicolas Jarry learned his draw. It will be exciting to see how 17-year-old Brazilian youngster Joao Fonseca fares after his breakthrough week in Rio de Janeiro.

If you are a clay-court tennis enthusiast, then Santiago is the place to be for the next seven days. In this article, you shall find all the information you need to watch every single minute of this ATP 250 tournament that is taking place in Chile's capital city.

When Does The 2024 Chile Open Santiago Start?

The Chile Open will commence on Monday, February 26th, and the tournament will end on Sunday, March 3rd. This event is part of the ATP 250 series and is played exclusively on outdoor clay courts of the Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo.

Who Is Playing The 2024 Chile Open Santiago?

The biggest star attraction of this tournament is the top seed, Nicolas Jarry. He is a hometown hero. Jarry won this tournament last year in front of his family and close friends. And he'll be looking to go back-to-back, emulating one of the best Chilean tennis players in history, Fernando Gonzalez.

He'll need to keep a close eye on the likes of Sebastian Baez, Arthur Fils, and Alejandro Tabilo. The tournament is packed with a significant number of clay court specialists, including Roberto Carballes Baena, Jaume Munar, and Thiago Seyboth Wild.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Chile Open Santiago?

The Chile Open total prize money is confirmed as $661,585. The winner gets a substantial amount of the entire purse, amounting to $100,640. Additionally, he will receive 250 ranking points. Prize money breakdown and points allocation have been revealed.

Where To Watch The 2024 Chile Open Santiago?

International audience: Live stream available on Tennis TV (monthly subscription fee costs $16.99)

Africa: No live broadcast

Canada: Live broadcast available on TSN Network

Latin America: ESPN International

MENA Region: No live broadcast

UK: Sky Sports Tennis (only the final match)

USA: Tennis Channel Plus


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