How To Watch 2024 Dallas Open Featuring Shelton, Tiafoe, Paul & more

How To Watch 2024 Dallas Open Featuring Shelton, Tiafoe, Paul & more

by Nurein Ahmed

The 2024 Dallas Open is upon us, and this only means that the spring hard court swing in the USA is officially back.

Running from February 5th to 11th, this ATP 250 tournament serves as a perfect warm-up tournament after a Grand Slam, and quite a number of top stars on the men's tour have signed up to play.

This article will equip you with all the information you need to know about the 2024 Dallas Open, including the tournament schedule, prize money, entry list, and television guide.

When Does The 2024 Dallas Open Start?

The 2024 Dallas Open will begin on Monday, February 5th, and end on Sunday, February 11th, with the men's singles final. The matches will be contested on the indoor hard courts of the Styslinger/Altec Tennis Complex.

Who Is Playing The 2024 Dallas Open?

The entry list for this tournament was released and featured a multitude of American players. Chief among them are Ben Shelton, Frances Tiafoe, and Tommy Paul, who are all part of the world's Top 20.

Reilly Opelka has taken a wild card into the main draw, and whether he will compete remains to be seen. Having broken into the world's Top 20, French veteran Adrian Mannarino will be a force to be reckoned with.

What Is The Prize Money For The 2024 Dallas Open?

This year's prize money purse stands at $756,020, which is a 6% increase from 2023. The champion in Dallas will make six figures amounting to $114,970 and will receive 250 ranking points. The tournament's prize money and points allocation have also been confirmed.

Where To Watch The 2024 Dallas Open?

International viewers can watch live action on Tennis TV throughout the week. They will need to subscribe to the monthly package on the ATP's streaming platform at $16.99.

Some of the major broadcast partners for the 2024 Dallas Open are listed below:

Africa: No live broadcast on TV. Fans will need to purchase a subscription to Tennis TV.

Canada: Viewers can watch on TSN.

UK: Coverage begins from the semifinal and will be live on Sky Sports.

USA: Live action for the entire week available on Tennis Channel Plus.


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