How To Watch 2024 Cordoba Open Featuring Cerundolo, Garin, Baez & more

How To Watch 2024 Cordoba Open Featuring Cerundolo, Garin, Baez & more

by Nurein Ahmed

Cordoba Open will mark the first stop of this year's Latin America's famed Golden Swing, where ATP stars will trade hard courts for the red clay.

In its sixth edition as a tour-level tournament, the Cordoba Open has crowned some of the most unexpected champions in recent memory. Will 2024 follow suit, or will a semblance of normality extend this season after Sebastian Baez won it last year?

This article will encompass all the relevant information about the tournament, including details on the entry list, prize money, schedule, and list of major broadcasters.

When Does The 2024 Cordoba Open Start?

The sixth installment of the Cordoba Open will run from February 5th to 11th. It is the first of four tournaments taking place in South America this month. This ATP 250 event will be held on the clay courts of the Polo Deportivo Kempes.

Who Is Playing The 2024 Cordoba Open?

Five of the eight-seeded players in the field are ranked in the world's Top 50, with home players leading the pack. Argentina's Francisco Cerundolo is the top seed.

But it is an even playing field, with countrymen Sebastian Baez and Tomas Martin Etcheverry expected to challenge Cerundolo for the title. The entry list also features multiple clay court champions, including Cristian Garin, Albert Ramos Vinolas, and Roberto Carballes Baena.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Cordoba Open?

The 2024 Cordoba Open will fork out $562,345 to reward all the 28 men competing in the singles draw. The champion will bank $85,535 and receive 250 ranking points. The complete breakdown of the prize money for the tournament has been released.

Where To Watch The 2024 Cordoba Open?

Live streaming will be available for international viewers on Tennis TV.

The major broadcast partners for the 2024 Cordoba Open are indicated below:

Africa: Fans from Sub-Saharan Africa will need to subscribe to Tennis TV.

Australia: BeIN Sports Australia.

Canada: Viewers in Canada can watch the matches from Cordoba on TSN.

Eastern Europe: Setanta Stans.

Latin America: ESPN International Latam.

MENA Region: Viewers from the Middle East will watch on BeIN Sports.

UK: Viewers from the UK and Ireland can watch the action on Sky Sports.

USA: Tennis Channel Plus holds exclusive rights for the Cordoba Open.


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